Eat Jewish Recipes
Though the original versions contained coffee, now it's usually just an accompaniment.
A beloved cake made famous by a "Seinfeld" episode.
These Italian-style mini cakes have long been a staple of the synagogue Kiddush.
Rosh Hashanah Food
When you need a break from honey cake.
Apples and honey around the High Holidays are certainly not the only ways to ensure a sweet new year.
Pomegranate is not only good for you, but is also a traditional Jewish food.
Crunchy dough boiled in honey.
A classic dessert for a sweet new year.
Date honey, called silan throughout the Middle East, changes everything.
You won't miss refined sugar or butter with this sweet treat featuring cinnamon and cardamom-spiced nuts covered with honey syrup.
An Italian Rosh Hashanah favorite.
Bite into these heavenly biscuits with melty chocolate for an instant mood-lift.
This homage to old-school Jewish delis is sweet, fizzy, and delicioius. Don't forget the cherry on top!
This frozen ode to everyone's favorite deli treat has actual chunks of black and white cookies throughout.
What's better than babka or cheesecake? Babka AND cheesecake, all in one bite.