Applesauce - Nechama Cohen

Nechama Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Diabetes Association (JDA) and author of EnLITEned Kosher Cooking, shares this low-carb, fat-free recipe for Applesauce. Cohen writes, "It’s hard to go back to store-bought applesauce after tasti ...

This Applesauce Cranberry Ice is the perfect ending to a filling Passover Seder meal. This recipes comes from Tamar Ansh's Passover cookbook, A Taste of Tradition: Pesach - Anything's Possible! This is a lite dessert, and it can be made in well in advance ...

My mother traditionally served Baked Apples with Dried Fruit and Cherry Liqueur for the Jewish holiday of Tu B'Shvat. I'm making a change. I'm going to start preparing and serving these delicious baked apples throughout the year in my home.

Banana Cookie Ice Cream is the perfect, parve, lite, sweet ending to a Shabbat meat meal. Both old and young guests at my Sabbath table enjoy this kosher dessert recipe. And my daughter loves to whip it up with me while our challot are in the oven. This r ...

My kids love this Passover dessert because it doesn't taste like a Passover dessert. And I like it because it is quite easy to prepare. Serve this Brownies with Banana Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce for either Passover or a gluten-free treat year-round.

I used to make a cake and then find I lacked the powdered sugar needed to make the icing. Now, thanks to this recipe, I'm always able to glaze my cakes. Water, cocoa, sugar, margarine and vanilla extract is all that is needed to make this delicious parve ...

Chani Capland is an amazing cook who has her own kosher catering business in Columbus, Ohio. This recipe for Chocolate Macaroons comes from her collection of low-fat Passover desserts.

This recipe was given to me by an old flatmate who is also an artist. She prepares the most wonderful food, and this chocolate mouse always gets rave reviews. Make sure to use parve chocolate and parve margarine for the mousse to be parve. Thanks Liora!

In kosher homes, festive meals are often meat and dairy desserts can not be served after a meat meal. Therefore, pareve desserts play a leading role in the kosher recipe box. This recipe for pareve Coconut Ice Cream is a big hit in my home, especially on ...

Dazzle family and friends with these moist and delicious Passover Chocolate Nut Cookies. They can be made in just 15 minutes using one bowl and one cookie sheet.

This Dried Fruit Compote is the perfect ending to a filling Passover Seder feast. This compote also works well for a Shabbat dessert or Tu B'Shvat treat.

In England a sponge pudding is a hot cake that is served for dessert. Traditionally it is steamed in a water bath in the oven for over 1 1/2 hours. However, this recipe "cheats" by cooking the pudding in a microwave for less than 10 minutes.

What better ending to a kosher Chinese meal than fried bananas. Just dip the banana pieces in a pancake-like batter and fry in hot oil. Serve the fried bananas in a sweet syrup or ice cream for a unique and tasty dessert.

This is the perfect summer Sabbath lunch or Seudah Shlishit dessert, especially when you have invited guests. This Frozen Lemon Dessert is pareve, easy to make, and a light, sweet ending to a festive meal.

This Fruit Compote, contributed by Susan Portman, is easy to make and aesthetic to serve at the end of a festive Sabbath or holiday meal. My 9-year-old son prefers this compote to chocolate cake.

A long, long time ago, when I was in preschool in Israel, I used to make these treats. And today in Israel, preschool children continue to make them. Israelis call them Kadori Shokolad (Chocolate Balls), but elsewhere they are referred to as truffles. By ...

Popcorn is a wonderful kosher snack. Since it is pareve, it can be eaten after both meat and dairy meals. And Kettle Corn is an especially wonderful treat, with its combined salty and sweet flavor. This Kettle Corn recipe comes from Susie Fishbein's <i>Ko ...

Get the great taste of chocolate chip cookies without taking the time to form each cookie. Blondies are chocolate chip cookies in the form of brownies. Just prepare the dough, pour into a baking pan, and bake chocolate chip cookie bars.

My kids love these peanut butter chocolate bonbons (Buckeyes). They are easy to make, can be made in advance, pareve and sinfully delicious. However, I can't make them too often because I end up eating too many of them myself!

Through the combined flavors of warm peaches, cinnamon and oats, this easy-to-make Peach Crisp is calming and comforting. Since it is made with fresh peaches, it is the perfect summertime dessert. And since it is parve, it is the perfect ending to a koshe ...