Adminwpi

This 2-Minute Carrot Salad takes longer to eat than it does to make. The recipe is so simple that your children can make it. And since it is colorful and tasty, the kids are also likely to eat it. Add a healthy, sweet touch to your next meal by putting th ...

I like to be able to quickly make a variety of salads, especially in the summer. They add a colorful, healthy and light touch to everyday and Sabbath meals. Simply buy a package of ready-cut vegies, combine a few ingredients for the dressing, and stir. In ...

4-by-4 Chicken

Did you know that your child can prepare chicken for the Sabbath dinner? This 4-by-4 Kosher Chicken recipe, from Miriam Zakon's wonderful The Kids Kosher Cookbook: Do-It-Yourself Recipes Your Kids Will Love to Cook, is easy and delicious. Your child will ...

Our cousin from Minneapolis, who regularly hosts Shabbos meals for large crowds, has become reliant on this Adaptable Shabbat Torte lately. Meryll claims that once you get the hang of the cake, you can make it on autopilot in less than 10 minutes (if you' ...

This is a delicious, sweet, parve side dish to serve on Passover. Adina's Sweet Potatoes are also easy to make. I cut the potatoes, and my kids mix the sauce and pour it over the potatoes. After baking the potatoes, we all enjoy eating them together, usua ...

Store-bought granola bars tend to be expensive, and they often contain non-healthy ingredients. Making homemade granola bars is easier than you would expect. You can even have your kids help you prepare these healthy snacks. This granola bar recipe is ver ...

These kosher and parve Almond Horseshoe Cookies can be served with tea at the end of a Sabbath or holiday meat meal. These cookies are festive, light, nut-flavored, and chocolate-dipped.

When I served this carrot salad for Shabbos lunch, my Dutch friend said "This salad tastes like Thanksgiving." She said the combination of carrots, apples, pecans, cinnamon and sugar are very "American." So I've decided to call this salad American Carrot ...

My mother-in-law is an excellent baker, and she contributed this Apple Cake recipe to the About.com Kosher Food site. Since this moist and delicious cake is pareve, you can serve it for dessert after a festive meat meal. While this apple cake is especiall ...

What do you get when you cross apples with flour, oil, eggs, sugar and spice? This kosher parve Apple Cake recipe from Ohio caterers Paula Levine Weinstein and Julie Komerofsky Remer. Julie says this recipe is by far their customers' favorite dessert.

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.

Apple Glazed BBQ Chicken

Chavi Feldman of Chashmonaim, Israel contributed this Apple Glazed BBQ Chicken recipe for the autum Rosh Hashanah holiday. This chicken recipe uses apples which are both a symbol of the Jewish New Year and reflective of the season of the year.

While I'm personally not a big fan of Apple Kugel (is it a dessert or a side dish?), I do really enjoy eating it during Passover. Something about the bland and heavy feeling of Passover food makes Apple Kugel a welcome Pesach dish.

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.

In her book <i>That Hungarian's in my Kitchen</i>, Linda Radke shares her Hungarian Jewish Gramma's recipe for parve Apple Strudel. No one makes strudel like Hungarians!

This Apple Torte has replaced chocolate cake as our favorite Shabbos dessert. I'm glad because I'd rather that we all eat a dessert with apples in it. In addition, this impressive looking cake is surprisingly easy to make and especially delicious. If you ...

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 ...