So light and airy it’s thought to be the food of angels. This simple angel food cake is virtually guilt-free! (It’s also perfect for this Shabbat where the Torah makes mention of Jacob wrestling with an angel.)
This variation on a favorite adds just a little twist to the classic angel food cake.
Hot chocolate is a tried and true way to brave a cold winter day!
Cookies. Cream. Pie. Yum! This recipe is so easy my four year old can makes this pie by herself!
With so much zucchini in my refrigerator, I decided to try something a little different. This cake is so rich and moist! And the best part? It yields 3 loaves! One for now, one to share with a friend, and one to freeze for another time!
In our house, we’ve got two summer rituals that bookend the summer: the first official ice cream of the summer (on my daughter’s birthday, May 26th) and the last official ice cream of the summer (on my husband’s birthday, August 30th). All ice creams in between are simply celebrating summer months. But recently I decided why limit all that goodness to the summer so, following my friend’s guidance, I made ice cream cone cake!
Who needs to slave away at a hot stove this summer? This no-bake strawberry treat is a favorite for “little hands” to prepare and eat!
This recipe is from Levana Kirschenbaum’s new cookbook, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen.
I developed this wonderful recipe to accommodate kosher diners after a meat meal as well as dairy intolerant diners. Although it is delicious as is, feel free to substitute dairy ice cream for the sorbet, keeping the color scheme monochromatic: vanilla, coffee, chocolate. I tried with a red layer (berry) and found it disrupted the earthy color and flavor theme.