Grain- and vegetable-inspired menus and dishes to commemorate the Jewish holiday, Sukkot.
I’m keeping it traditional with cinnamon; but instead of nutmeg, let’s go cardamom (just because I like how exotic that spice sounds, smells and tastes). Slather caramel sauce on the base crust, top with the pear mixture, and then top with your creative crust of choice. For a nice little down-home, diner-style finish – after brushing your crust with egg wash, sprinkle it with turbinado sugar. #shabbat #dessert #pie
This is the muffin for the apple lovers in your house! Apples are used here in three ways: applesauce for moisture, fresh grated apples for texture and dried apples for chewiness. Feel free to add other healthy ingredients, such as walnuts to the batter or sunflower seeds to the tops. #roshhashanah #healthy #muffins
Chia is an ancient superfood only recently recognized for its nutritional value for being high in fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and many vitamins and minerals. It's super easy to make into a delicious pudding you can serve for a healthy dessert and filling breakfast. No cooking needed! #shabbat #breakfast #pudding