On Purim, the Jews of Iraq ate Sambusak pastries filled with cheese and decorated with sesame seeds. Aside from Purim, these versatile pastries can be served as snacks, hot or cold.
Desserts and Baking
Pumpkin and chocolate are a delicious, but underrated combination. This parve babka makes a perfect dessert for Thanksgiving or Shabbat-holiday. It's also great as a breakfast bread.
This beautiful cake is a parve version of the seasonal pumpkin pie. A delicious dessert to end your holiday meals.
These brownies are super easy and super delicious. They really don't take much more effort than a boxed mix!
Why not take Rosh Hashanah up a notch this year with a round Apple and Honey Babka? That will guarantee you a sweet year ahead!
Does baking strudel intimidate you? Not this recipe! The apples and honey come together so there is no need for added sugar. Delicious!
These doughnuts are the perfect way to end your holiday meal. They're all dressed up and ready to be served to family and friends. They can also be made into muffins or mini-muffins.
Many places are nut-free in order to avoid risks for those with allergies. Here are healthy, packable snacks that your kids can take wherever they go. Quick-Easy-Delicious!
Think that matzot are dry and tasteless? Try this simple traditional dish that is a combination of matzot, eggs, nuts, and dried fruits. Its sweet taste and nutty texture is a great side dish at your Passover table!
Check out these mouth-watering hamantashen recipes that sure to add smiles to your Purim gifts.
This simple, one-bowl recipe will have you coming back for more! If you’re a chocolate lover (or even if you're not), this is the recipe for you!
Here's a recipe for the most delicious nut and coconut cookies you’ve EVER eaten. Make a double batch (it might not be enough) and enjoy them throughout the holiday period!
Enjoy this rugelach that’s not only delicious but healthier too! Freezes well, so make extras of this sure-to-please dessert.
Any kid raised in Israel will tell you they grew up on Crembo. This recipe will show you how to make these delicacies completely from scratch.
The secret of a good chocolate chip cookie is a soft and chewy texture, achieved by baking them only until they are just cooked, not a second longer.
This is fantastic both pre- and post-fast! Easy to make, tasty, healthy and filling. This recipe can also be made without a bread machine.
My favorite recipe now! One bowl, dump & go, very forgiving recipe and it turns out moist and freezes well! Excellent for Rosh Hashanah!
This recipe is a one bowl wonder! Switch out veggies per your and kids’ desires! A fantastic power breakfast or side dish, and the kids won’t know they are eating veggies!