Cheese Cake, Cheese Blintzes, Cheese Muffins, how about Cheese Cookies?!? This recipe originally appeared in a Mishloach Manot presentation I did for the Mishpacha Magazinelast year.As one of the themes was photography, I topped off of the arrangement with these delectable Cheese Cookies (thus the “Just say Cheese!”).This recipe is easy to make, and judging by the positive feedback I received, these cookies will be a great addition to your Shavuout baking.
As we are surrounded by fall’s beautiful foliage outside, how about bringing some color, creativity and fun indoors as well. Perfect for a long Sunday afternoon - you wont be”leaf” how much your children will enjoy creating these “tree”ts.
Lately, I have been getting a lot of requests for ideas of things to send to a Shalom Zachar and Kiddush. Biscotti seems to be a great thing to send to a Simcha; they are delicious, easy to make and easy to package. Here's a simple way to "dress up your biscotti" and make it not only delicious and practical, but glamorous too! Candy Pearlsare available in many colors. Have fun color coordinating your biscotti to match your special occasion
After the photo shoot for Mishpacha Magazine (where this article originally appeared) I had this cake, and a Chometz cake on my kitchen counter, and…. The chometz cake didn’t stand a chance! This cake is seriously delicious! It is tasty enough to be served "plain" or it can be enhanced with a confectionary sugar design or a delectable frosting(see recipe below).I have a friend who is a fabulous baker. She told me that after she made this recipe for the first time, she threw out all her Pesach brownie and chocolate cake recipes.
Shortly after I set up a booth for Gefen featuring their new "Wonder Melts", Leah Shapira of "Cook Kosher" fame asked me to create a post for her Hamentash Week. With candy melts still on my mind, I figured why not try them for a Hamantaschen filling as well? Sure enough it turned out to be a perfect and fun alternative to a jelly filling.