This Tu B’Shvat snack (or breakfast!) is a perfect kid-friendly treat. It also gives kids the opportunity to pick and choose the ingredients of their dish. In our house, we promote this yogurt-based muesli as a healthy and exciting snack.
These mini donuts make the perfect party treat!
For our friends in Israel, a fabulous cheese cake using Israeli ingredients!
Every family has their own recipe that they hold near and dear. We’ve managed to pry a few away!
Why buy the store brand when this is easier, healthier and delicious?
Who doesn’t love a good cupcake?! These Sukkah cupcakes are easy to make. Use your favorite cake recipe to make cupcakes. My kids love this basic yellow cake recipe. They can make it almost entirely by themselves because most of the ingredients are pre-measured. These cupcakes are the perfect Sukkah project for big and little hands alike.
End your Purim seuda with a bang!
Sure it involves a special dish and cheese cloths, but do read below for some clever alternatives. You can find coure de la crème moulds in specialty bake shops. These are ceramic dishes shaped like hearts with holes in the bottom to let the whey drip out. If you don’t feel like buying the dishes, there are alternatives.
This is a simple yet elegant way to serve any stone fruit. Try nectarines, plums, apricots or cherries.