Rosh Hashanah – Easy recipes for Jewish new year

Whether you are Jewish yourself, or you want to celebrate the culture of your friends and family, we’ve rounded up some easy traditional recipes to try out for Jewish New Year.

What is Rosh Hashanah?

If you don’t know much about Rosh Hashanah, it is the celebration for Jewish New Year.  It is the first of the High Holidays (or High Holy Days), which is a ten-day period leading up to Yom Kippur, the holiest of all Jewish days. On Rosh Hashanah, Jews from all over the world celebrate God’s creation of the world.

Recipes for Jewish new year

Take a look at our favourite sweet treats to try out this Rosh Hashana. Click through for the full recipes now.

Hanukkah Honey Balls

These delicious sweet treats are perfect for sharing with friends and family. You thought you liked dough balls, you will LOVE this sweet and sticky variation.

Honey balls for jewish new year

Apple Spice Cake

This simple, yet DREAMY cake recipe is sure to have the whole family coming back for seconds. The frosting is made with sour cream, which brings out the tanginess of the apples. Yes please.

Spiced apple cake

Challah Bread

Challah bread is buttery, delicious and versatile. Add seeds, chocolate or raisins to make it extra delicious. Best eaten straight out of the oven and torn into big chunks.

Challah bread for jewish new year

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