There are a number of variants to this recipe. When I was little, my mother used chow mein noodles, and because they were curly, we called them chocolate spiders. But this finished product looks a lot more like branches – ergo, “chocolate s’chach.” If you like the combining sweet and salty flavors (plus crunchy and chewy), this dessert is bound to be a hit with adults and kids alike!
If you love blueberries, you know it’s hard to resist a freshly baked blueberry muffin. By filling the muffin cup to the top, causing the muffin to overflow, and sprinkling a streusel topping, your friends and family will never guess that you baked these instead of buying them.
Serve it on spaghetti or as a spread on Challah (of course our favorite!). Homemade pesto is always a welcome addition to a meal.
This is one of my favorite dressings. I whip it up even to put it on lettuce and cucumbers!
This oil and vinegar dressing packs a great punch!
A great blend of spices makes this French dressing unique!
This dip became a favorite at our Shabbat table and at parties.