In these uncertain times, I’ve decided to repost a recipe from several years ago Not only are these easy but they can serve as a fun project with the kids. Coconut Pyramids are delicious treats that remind us of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt. These were originally introduced to me by a beloved family member when I visited her in England. She told me that she made them every Passover. In order to recreate her recipe, I took my “Awesome Coconut Macaroons” and changed them into cute little pyramids! If you want to drizzle/dip with chocolate, or hazelnut spread, check out the tip section below.
Be well and stay safe. Have a Happy Passover! The Recipe
Here is a quick and easy dessert for Chanukkah and also healthy! You can make this with graham cracker crumbs and/or shredded coconut. I make this gluten-free using gluten-free graham cracker crumbs. (Coconut is naturally gluten-free). This is the perfect ending to your Chanukkah feast. Young children will enjoy getting the banana slices ready for frying. An added bonus: the coconut oil leaves a wonderful scent in the house! Happy Chanukkah, Chag Chanukkah Sameach! The Recipe
This is a recipe from my son’s friend’s family. I am re-posting this recipe because it is by far the most requested Passover dessert by my family! This is the easiest chocolate covered matzah recipe and will certainly steal the show (Seder)!! This would also make a great host/hostess gift to bring to the Seder. Enjoy!
I wanted to make something different this year for Chanukkah. I came up with these delicious and easy latkes that taste just like apple pie, crust and all! Serve them for dessert at your Chanukkah gathering, they are not too sweet and are healthy. Top them with dairy options (see below) or just eat them plain. Enjoy and Chag Chanukkah Sameach!The Recipe
Shavuot, the holiday that celebrates the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people on Mt.Sinai, begins tonight. It is customary to eat dairy foods. Here is a simple, delicious and calorie-friendly dessert that you can make in a flash. Enjoy and Chag Sameach!! The Recipe
For Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, or at any time, here is an easy and quick dressing for cut fresh fruit. It incorporates honey, an important ingredient in holiday cooking, ensuring a sweet New Year. Shanah Tovah! Have a happy and a healthy New Year!
1 Tbls. honey
½ cup orange juice
Zest from ¼- ½ orange
Mix all ingredients in small bowl.
Marinate cut fruit of your choice in dressing or serve on the side ladled over fresh cut fruit.
This will be the perfect ending to your wonderful Seder, so delicious, lightly sweet, and a breeze to prepare. I took a shortcut and used frozen fruit. This dish is pareve, and can be lightly reheated if you have any leftovers (not likely!). Everyone will want this recipe, you might be starting a new tradition! Wishing everyone a Happy Passover, Chag Sameach! The Recipe