It's common to welcome in the Jewish New Year with extra-sweet dishes to usher in a sweet new year. These recipes are perfect to serve after dinner or throughout the holiday.
The Jewish New Year is upon us again, and with that comes the tradition of indulging in sweets and seasonal foods to welcome a sweet new year. It's customary to incorporate flavors like apple, honey, and pomegranate throughout the meal, but, for dessert, it's crucial (and traditional) to end on a sugar explosion.
Bake these recipes this Rosh Hashanah for the sweetest (and lightest) New Year yet. Keep in mind, if you're looking for a dairy-free recipe to follow Jewish dietary laws, swap butter with shortening, canola oil, or vegan butter and choose a plant-based milk to replace cow's milk.
Autumn pears cook down in a delicious honey, orange, and cinnamon mixture.
With only six ingredients, this buttery, honey-filled dessert is a win.
Lick your fingers clean of this honey-infused, nutty masterpiece. Replace half of the butter with applesauce to bring the Rosh Hashanah flavors forward.
Apples shine alongside rhubarb in this delicate fall dessert.
Forget salted caramel. Miso brings the same salty twist to the sweet dessert, with an umami finish you didn't know you needed.
Whole grain crust and light yogurt combine for a hearty apple treat, with zero New Year guilt.
Individual hand pies are perfect for little ones, or to freeze for another night.
Buttery, flaky crust underneath and on top perfectly sliced apples. What else could you want?
Moist cake, crunchy nuts, creamy yogurt, and buttery crumble come together for the best dessert ever.
The real secret ingredient in this pie isn't even the walnuts, it's the vodka.
Pomegranate juice gives a deep flavor, while the seeds on top double as a fruity bite and burst of color.
This super simple recipe lets apples truly shine, all with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
Gorgeous and sweet, this is a perfect end to your holiday meal.