6 Beautiful Pans for Rosh Hashanah Desserts

Make your holiday meal festive with these fun molds for cakes, cookies, and mousse.

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is a lovely time to cook your heart out. And don’t forget the most important part of the meal: dessert! Your last course can be especially festive when baked in one of these holiday-inspired pans.

1) Pomegranate Cookie Cutters

2) Honeycomb Pan

Imagine a traditional honey cake baked in this pull-apart cake mold!

3) Beehive Pan

Or just make one enormous beehive honey cake!

4) Star of David Bundt Pan

Any cake looks Jewish and festive baked in this shape!


5) Hamsa Cake Pan

Who doesn’t love a hamsa?


6) Apple-shaped Mousse Molds

Extra talented in the kitchen? Make apple mousse your dessert!

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