Moist Holiday Honeycake
Spiced fragrant honey cake is a tradition on Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year, which generally falls in September). Unfortunately, most honey cakes turn out to be dry, brick-like things, inedible except with a hot beverage. Some call honey cake the fruitcake of the Jewish people. BUT NOT THIS ONE! This cake is genuinely moist and yummy. It will serve about 12 guests at a holiday meal, but I promise that your family will chisel away at it until it's gone before the morning comes.
Best Carrot Cake Ever
A moist and flavorful recipe that makes a large quantity of cake. I have been hounded to make this cake time and time again.
Passover Chocolate Torte
Garnish with a sprinkle of sugar and some strawberries! The center will be a little fudgy tasting! There are never any leftovers to worry about.
Cardamom Rose Meringues
These light, fluffy meringues with the delicate flavor of rose are enhanced by a kiss of cardamom.
Salty and sweet with a crunch! Easily substitute different types of chocolate and/or peanut butter. Nuts are a great addition.
Easy Purim Hamentashen
A relatively easy recipe for both the cookie and the fillings. Kids will have fun kneading, rolling and pressing the cookie cutters. This includes instructions for milchig and pareve cookies.
My brothers and I used to eat this when we were younger. They're a lot like doughnuts but with the added fun of topping them with your favorite toppings. After a while of not having these, I started making them on my own for my family, and I enjoy them as much today as I did back then!
German Apple Cake I
This German Apple Cake is a moist dense cake that keeps well. It has been a family favorite for twenty years.
Big Soft Ginger Cookies
These are just what they say: big, soft, gingerbread cookies. They stay soft, too. My oldest son's favorite.