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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.

These Seven Layer Bars are too sinful for everyday, but they are perfect for celebrating special occasions. My wife inherited this recipe from her mother and is known for giving these delicious bars to families celebrating a bar or bat mitzvah. This desse ...

These Chocolate Chip cookies are unique because they are made with oil instead of margarine and with whole wheat flour instead of white flour. The kids devoured them, even though they are healthy cookies. And my 12-year-old son commented that he felt more ...

During the holiday of Sukkot, you can make these fun Torah Cookies, from <i><a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/koshercookbooks/gr/bk_remer.htm">Dinner Du Jour and More!</a></i>, with your children. They will enjoy the holiday togetherness, and they w ...

An enthusiastic visitor to the About.com Kosher Food site and mother of three has contributed this Quick Kosher Cookie Recipe. It is very easy to make with just four ingredients and four steps. And it is very versatile as a variety of cake mixes and mix-i ...

While these crispy Honey Oatmeal Cookies are delicious anytime of the year, I especially bake them for the holiday of Succoth. I like to cook with honey in the autumn in the hopes of a sweet new year, and my kids love to eat these treats in our Sukkah.

This is another unique, easy to make, and amazingly delicious recipe from Susie Fishbein. The recipe comes from her Kosher by Design - Entertains cookbook. I serve these parve Pumpkin Doodle Cookies, next to Chocolate Pecan Pie and Apple Pie, for dessert ...

Who would think to put a delicacy like croissants in a kosher cookbook for children? Susie Fishbein, of course. Susie has developed a recipe for Chocolate Croissants that is simple enough for children to make, and tasty enough for both children and adults ...

Meringue cookies take time to prepare and bake, but the work itself is simple. I made these meringues with my 6-year-old, as the recipe came from Susie Fishbein's <i>Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen</i> cookbook. When the cookies came out of the ove ...

I have a confession to make. Please don't tell anyone. I pretend to make these Oatmeal Cookies for the kids, but I actually make them whenever I'm craving a hearty, sweet treat. Shhhh....

Want to serve a great tasting and easy to make dessert that isn't the same old same old? Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer published this delicious kosher Chocolate Raspberry Bars recipe in their cookbook, Our Customers' Favorites. Enjoy!

Rugelach means "little twists" in Yiddish and refers to yeast dough rolled around a sweet filling. This popular pastry has Jewish Ashkenazic (Polish) origins. Traditional rugelach dough contains cream-cheese, and traditional rugelach fillings are chocolat ...

In Mexico, they are called wedding cookies. In Russia, they are called tea cakes. And in Europe, they are called Butter Nut Balls, Viennese Sugar Balls or Snowballs. Whatever you call them, their round-shaped, butter nut flavor, and powdered sugar coating ...

Years ago my cousin served this as the Sabbath lunch dessert. It is easy to make, can be served after a meat meal (it is parve), and loved by children. I suggest adding this Double Chocolate Gooey Brownie Recipe to your Shabbat dessert recipe collection.

The vanilla sugar and orange juice give this Apple Crumble an extra special taste. This is one of my all time favorite recipes! This dessert is especially delicious when served in the Sukkah during the holiday of Succoth.

This kosher pareve Apple Meringue Pie is the perfect Rosh HaShana dessert. Apples are traditionally eaten for the Jewish New Year, and meringue adds an extra sweet touch.

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 ...

Baba Ghanoush - also known as Baba Ghanouj and Baba Ganoush - is a dip or spread made of roasted eggplant and tahini. Simply roast the eggplant, scoop out the softened pulp, and then puree with tahini and seasonings. The seasonings used in this recipe for ...

Matboucha, a traditional Moroccan dish, is so popular in Israel that it can be found right next to the Hummus on Israeli grocery store shelves. Once you make it yourself, you won't want to settle for store-bought Matboucha anymore. My neighbor in Israel, ...

My sister-in-law in Atlanta, Georgia introduced me to this recipe. I brought it back to Israel, serving it for Seudat Shlishit and at holiday meals that are traditionally dairy like Hanukkah and Shavuot, and it is always a big hit. Easy to prepare and del ...