These sweet and savory recipes feature the classic and infallible Rosh Hashanah combination: apples and honey.
Sweet, cake-like challah makes luxury bread pudding. This one is sprinkled with apple cubes caramelized with honey, then topped with flaked almonds for crunch.
Filled with Granny Smith apples, this Dutch baby pancake from Martha Stewart is a perfect fall dish for Rosh Hashanah.
These tender cream cheese croissants are filled, you guessed it, with apples and honey! Want a shortcut recipe using store-bought pie crust? Try this one.
This easy fall recipe is the perfect dessert – and the crust is enhanced with pistachio sugar for a crispy texture and impressive presentation.
This old-fashioned recipe is proven for a reason. Under the raisins for the cranberries, add cinnamon, top with whipped cream or ice cream – the choice is yours!
Grilled salmon fillets are garnished with a simple mix of balsamic vinegar and honey sautéed apples in this 25-minute meal.
In this recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi, warming cinnamon, burnt honey, sweet apples and tangy orange come together to make a festive dessert.
The cheese in this tasty breakfast recipe balances the sweetness of the apples.
Crispy and delicious, these chicken drumsticks feature a syrupy sauce made with apple juice, apple cider vinegar, soy sauce, honey, lemon zest and red pepper flakes.
Top these soft, caramelized apples with vanilla ice cream for an easy, sweet treat.
In this aperitif (gluten-free!), The melting brie oozes between the “petals” of fruit and nuts sweetened with honey.
These simple apple pies, made with frozen puff pastry, are perfect with vanilla ice cream.
Wow your guests with this French dessert with a sophisticated taste (and looks!): It’s floral, sweet and a little tart.
These cookies are soft and chewy – they get their sweet apple flavor from apple butter and are topped with honey frosting and decorative sugar for a little crunch.
This mouth-watering pie features a rich honey custard in a homemade pie crust, topped with Golden or Red Delicious apples.