Epic vegetarian Rosh Hashanah recipes list! 80+ fab food ideas using traditional ingredients

Rosh Hashanah recipes

A definitive resource for vegetarian & vegan Rosh Hashanah recipes. Over 80 hand chosen sweet & savoury dishes, all featuring traditional ingredients. Shana Tova! Rosh Hashanah is almost here, so to help you plan, I’ve put together a list of delicious vegetarian and vegan Rosh Hashanah recipes using traditional festive …

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Sticky & spicy honey cake with a sweet honey drizzle

sticky & spicy honey cake

A rich, dark, and sticky honey cake spiced up with fiery ginger and zesty orange. A delicious way to celebrate a sweet New Year – or a treat any time! Growing up, my Mum never made honey cake for Rosh Hashanah. She would make an enormous slab of the darkest, …

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Honey roasted root vegetables with apples

Apples & honey aren't just for desserts! Try them in these delicious roasted root vegetables - a perfect autumnal side for Rosh Hashanah or any festive meal.

Honey and apples! Does anything shout Rosh Hashanah more? I must admit, I’m guilty of adding them to all sorts of dishes, but these roasted root vegetables are definitely among my favourites. If you’re a regular reader here, you’ll know I love roasted vegetables (for instance these, these, these or these). So …

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Rustic apple galettes with honey and thyme

Apple galettes with honey and thyme

September is here, the air is getting crisper, the leaves have started to turn golden, and autumn is on its way. Maybe it’s the season, or maybe its the fact that Rosh Hashanah is looming, but this time of year is all about APPLES. Crisp, juicy, sweet, fresh, delicious, ripe, lovely …

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Rosh Hashanah apple & honey cake pops – no baking required!

Apple & Honey cake pops for Rosh Hashanah

First, let me show you how cute these easy-to-make little apple and honey cake pops really are. Adorable!  These were super easy to make, and are really a variation on my cheat’s truffle cake pops, which I made for Pesach a couple of years ago. For Rosh Hashanah, I used a …

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