Kosher Desserts for the Coming Summerby Kosher River Cruise Kosher Tour Operator
It’s getting quite warm at this time of the year. Spring is in full bloom, with the clouds clearing up and the flowers blooming outside. Pretty soon, we’ll be enjoying the sunshine of the summer season. On any other occasion, we’d excitedly recommend great outdoor activities and events that you can create or participate in. Sadly, the events of last year have made it difficult to do such things, but don’t fret! Summer can still be a lively time, even if you’ll have to wait a while before going on kosher tours. Summer can be enjoyed in your house with the right mindset. You can camp in your backyard, read stories from the past, or even just bask in the sunshine, even while staying at home. Another way to enjoy your summer indoors is with great and delicious food, summer kosher dishes that can liven up your household. Here are some suggestions from all over the web.
Adeena Sussman’s Flourless Chocolate Cake (Via My Jewish Learning)
Made specifically for Pesach, this flourless delight is something that you can savor in almost any occasion. The great thing about chocolate cakes is that they work well with both celebratory events and day-to-day happenings. Want to cap off an important day with something sweet and memorable? Try a flourless chocolate cake. Want something to look forward to after your busy work week? Try a flourless chocolate cake!
Get this lovely recipe here: https://www.myjewishlearning.com/recipe/flourless-chocolate-cake/
Jamie Geller’s Gluten Free Chip Smores
The s'more is a staple in any campfire trip, a glorious and intimate combination between crackers, chocolate chips and marshmallows. The taste of the s'more is heightened by the company you’re with and the surroundings that you’re in. Want a gluten-free, nonstandard version of this classic treat?
Check out this rice cake and potato chip s'more recipe here: https://jamiegeller.com/recipes/gluten-free-chip-smores/
Miriam Szokovski’s Summer Bounty Plum Galette
The galette is a piece of French cuisine that, while not as popular as the baguette, is just as versatile. This foldable pastry delight can be used for many dishes, both savory and sweet. As the name suggests, this summer bounty plum galette is a delight to bite into during the summer season. We can even imagine eating one aboard a luxurious kosher cruise.
Get this glorious recipe here: https://www.chabad.org/recipes/recipe_cdo/aid/4061033/jewish/Summer-Bounty-Plum-Galette.htm
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