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Kosher Dessert Recipes

Desserts

  • Golden Apple Crumble

    Posted By Rivkah Solomon on August 17, 2015 | Leave a Comment

    Golden Apple Crumble

    A golden brown crumbly topping mixed with soft cinnamon apples is the best touch to warm up anyone's mood in summer or winter!

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  • Delectable Italian Tiramisu

    Posted By Rivkah Solomon on July 23, 2015 | Leave a Comment

    Delectable Italian Tiramisu

    Coffee-flavored and with a crunchy lady finger base, this Tiramisu dessert is to die for.

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  • Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 05, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread

    Mandel bread is also known as mandelbrodt, its original Yiddish name, and is commonly associated with Eastern European Jewish cuisine.

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  • Jewish Apple Cake

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 04, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Jewish Apple Cake

    Apple cakes are a common dessert in Jewish homes for holidays and other celebrations. Most commonly eaten on Rosh Hashanah for its sweet, apple-y taste, this Jewish Apple Cake can be prepared for other holidays, including Shabbat, Purim, Sukkot, and Tu B’Shevat.

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  • Pareve Chocolate Cake

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 04, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Pareve Chocolate Cake

    Pareve chocolate cake is a great dessert for any Shabbat meal. It’s easy, simple, and makes everyone happy.

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  • Israeli Rugelach Recipe

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on March 04, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Israeli Rugelach Recipe

    Any American who has been to Israel knows the truth about Israeli rugelach. The soft, gooey consistency of rugelach in Israel is nearly impossible to find in the States.

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  • Homemade Israeli Halva Recipe

    Posted By Sarah Weiss on January 08, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Homemade Israeli Halva Recipe

    Halva is known around the world in completely different forms. Flour based halva is popular in Iran, India, and Turkey. Halva made from wheat semolina is found in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Cornstarch halva is very popular is Greece.

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