They’re easy! They’re delicious! And kids love to make them. Happy Chanuka one and all.
An adorable (and delicious) way to end your Rosh Hashana meal.
Loved this idea for apple-shaped cupcakes from TipHero.
The debate rages on: Is apple cobbler a side dish or a dessert? I grew up in a home where sweet dishes were strictly for dessert. If you’re saving this apple cobbler for the end of your meal, consider serving it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. But why not serve it as a side dish? Either way, this apple cobbler is the perfect complement to your Rosh HaShana meal.
The honey cake served at my childhood home was generally brick-like, left untouched by children, and gobbled up by the older generations. This cake is sweet, light and fluffy, with a delicious honey coating, and my kids gobbled a loaf of it in a single sitting. Wrapped tightly, it freezes very well.
Nothing shouts Purim louder than these!
Just in time for Rosh HaShana, Cooking Light magazine offers up this delicious recipe. (It looks so good I may even make it tonight!)
This delicious snack will help get your kids ready to celebrate a sweet New Year!