Fresh Baked Community Recipes — jewish
A celebratory board created using the Seven Species! The Jewish holiday of Tu B'Shevat is the festival during which we celebrate the renewal of nature and the coming of spring.Tu b’Shevat is a day to remind ourselves that it is our duty to care for the environment. Children often think of it as the birthday of the trees!
1 Cup dried apple rings (dehydrated, not crunchy) ½ Cup pitted dates, soaked in water for 15-20 minutes ¼ Cup almonds ¼ Cup old-fashioned oats 1 Tablespoon honey 1.5 teaspoon CINNAMON SHTIK® ½ teaspoon vanilla Drain the dates. But reserve the date water. Put all of the ingredients in a food processor. The ingredients should come together to form a dough. If it is dry and is not coming together easily- add back some of the reserved date water just a teaspoon at a time. Process again and see if you need to add more date water. Remove the processed...
I could have called this No-Brainer GF Banana Oat Bread. This is a 1-bowl, healthy, GF, dairy-free morning breakfast-snack-tea time bread. You can make it in muffin form which bakes in under 20 minutes or cake form which bakes in 30 minutes. No stand mixer is required. This is so quick, easy and mess-free that you could put this into your morning breakfast rotation. It’s done before you can finish your cup of coffee. You could also pre-measure the dry ingredients the night before (they all fit into a 2 cup capacity measuring cup) and have them ready to toss...
At our house, we call it “The Soup”. A warm blend of turmeric, cumin and spices from the shuk give this hearty, vegan soup an unforgettable flair that will have even your reluctant vegetable eaters asking for seconds. It is so jam-packed with fiber rich vegetables, it is almost a stew.