Shana Tovah ~ Round-Up of Recipes, Simanim Cards, Menu Plans & More

It’s not quite time for me to tell you “Shana Tova”, but since yomtov starts Sunday night, I have to be honest with myself that I just may not manage to get to my computer on Sunday.

(Am I the only one who finds the way this falls out challenging? I’ve been cooking and freezing ahead, but I’m still worried that motzei Shabbat is going to be a very late night!)

Since I may not get a chance to pop back in here before Rosh Hashana, I wanted to take a second to bump up for you all of my favorite Rosh Hashana resources. No need to go searching in the archives — it’s all here!

Rosh Hashana Simanim

Download your Simanim cards (I love this little card so much that I made it a free gift for you, too!)

How to Braid a Round Challah- It’s super easy, I promise!

Rosh Hashana Honey Cookies

My 2022 Rosh Hashana Menu Plan (Including these yummy-licious honey cookies!)

If you haven’t written up your menu yet, write it on this pretty menu planner – it’ll look great on your fridge 🙂

Rosh Hashana Dessert Recipes

Rosh Hashana Dessert Recipes

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Apple-Stuffed Challah Recipe (I used this recipe, but braided with the technique up above to make these!) I promise, it’s easy – but if you want an even easier method, try this —> Crazy Easy Apple-Stuffed Challah

Rosh Hashana Simanim Tapas Menu

Rosh Hashana Simanim Tapas-Style Menu – This is so much fun! We first did this in 2014 or 2015 and it’s now become an annual tradition!

Delicious Rosh Hashana Side Dishes

Delicious Rosh Hashana Side Dish Recipes

36 Apple Recipes for Rosh Hashana Collage

36 Apple Recipes for Rosh Hashana from (Apple Parsnip) Soup to (Apple Cake) Dessert

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How to Host a Honey Tasting on Rosh Hashana

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Rosh Hashana Honey Mustard Salmon **Be sure to read the comments for tons of amazing honey recipes shared and submitted by KOAB readers!**

How to Seed a Pomegranate — You guys! We have a POMEGRANATE TREE in our yard! Anyone want to come pick one for your table?!?!

And finally, if you have young children hankering for something to do, print out these cute Free Rosh Hashana Coloring Pages.

Plus, here are all my Rosh Hashana Menu Plan posts from year’s past!

Hope your cooking and preparations are going well! Wishing you and yours the sweetest of new years!

xo

Comments

  1. HI, Hope you’re adjusting well in Israel! The link to the mustard salmon is not working

  2. Roberta Langman says

    Coloring pages link doesn’t work either.
    But I’m wishing you a Shana Tova. Enjoy your new home.

  3. The Zinfindal and Pomegranite Sorbet recipe doesn’t come up anymore. Do you have any other source for that recipe or remember it. It sounds so good! Thank you, Lynn

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