Jewish Breads and Pastries
Dried fruit is a common ingredient in Jewish pastries. The unique combination of chocolate and prunes combine deliciously in the cleverly folded dough.
Challah is a traditional airy, soft bread. Enjoy it fresh from the oven, or make French toast with day-old slices.
Chocolate babka gets its signature chocolate swirl from rolled dough scattered with chocolate chips. It has just the right amount of sweetness.
Enjoy these jam-filled cream cheese pastry bites with tea.
Macaroons are a must-have for Passover, when tradition forbids leavened bread. But these chewy coconut treats are delicious anytime.