23 Sugar-Free Classic Jewish Desserts

We get lots of requests from our readers for different kinds of recipes, and recently we have been getting several requests for more sugar-free or reduced sugar desserts. And we want you to know: we are listening! So whether you are cutting back on sugar intake in general or need to keep a low-sugar diet for medical reasons, you can still enjoy some of your favorite sweet noshes.

Do you have an amazing sugar-free recipe? Don’t forget to share below!

Rugelach
Easy Strawberry Rugelach from 52 New Foods
Sugar-Free Rugelach from AllRecipes.com

Babka
Chocolate Banana Babka from Occasionally Eggs
Whole Grain, Coconut Sugar Babka from Bob’s Red Mill

Macaroons
Honey Macaroons from Elena’s Pantry
Coconut Macaroons from Wellness Mama
Double-Dark Chocolate Coconut Macaroon Tart from Oh She Glows

hamantaschen purim dough baking

Hamantaschen
Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Hamantaschen from The New  Yiddish Kitchen
Honey Hamantaschen Cookie Dough from Joy of Kosher

Cheesecake
Lemon Cheesecake with Blueberry Sauce from Every Last Bite
Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

apple cake

Apple and Honey Cakes
Honey and Lemon Cake from Donuts, Dresses and Dirt
Gluten-Free Honey Cake from Garden Fresh Foodie
Apple Cake from Amy’s Healthy Baking
Apple Cake from Matchbox Kitchen

Challah
Apple and Honey Challah from The Smitten Kitchen
Wisconsin Maple Syrup Challah from The Challah Blog
Cherry Chocolate Maple Challah from Life’s a Feast
Gluten-Free Challah from The Nosher

Other Noshes
Gluten-Free Tahini Halvah Brownies from The Nosher
Date, Cocoa and Hazelnut Bars from May I Have That Recipe
Chocolate Donuts from Elena’s Pantry

Keep on Noshing

Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cheesecake

Three desserts in one — and all kosher for Passover.

Gluten-Free Tahini Halvah Brownies Recipe

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Sweet, Savory & Boozy Hamantaschen

On Purim we are supposed to drink until we can no longer tell the difference between good and evil, right? ...