I love making amazing healthy food for family and friends on the holidays. The trick is to make gourmet, delicious food, that nourishes the body and soul, without adding sugar, toxins and inflammatory foods. My guests love joining us and don’t feel like they are coming over for a “healthy” meal. Here are several of my Rosh Hashannah recipes that I get asked for regularly. I’m happy to finally be able to them put here all in one place! Each recipe is delicious, gluten free, and full of so many healing foods. The recipes here are mostly grain free, all are gluten free, and are processed sugar free. Much of this list is Paleo and GAPs friendly as well. It’s all super delicious and of course there's lot's of honey. Enjoy and shanah tovah u'metukah!
Gluten Free Oat Challah with Honey and Dates
This special version of my gluten free oat challah has chopped dates plus a cinnamon honey swirl. Instructions for the Rosh Hashannah challah are at the bottom of the recipe!
Chicken Soup with Herbs, Leeks, and Gluten Free Matzah Balls
If you love traditional matzah ball chicken soup, but are gluten free, or have gluten free guests, look no further. This recipe is lovable for so many reasons, the first of which is that it is absolutely delicious. It is also Paleo and GAPs friendly.
This brisket recipe is just sweet enough for Rosh Hashannah. My guests love it and my kiddos will eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner until it’s gone. This recipe is also Paleo and GAPs friendly.
Apple Cider Glazed Butternut Squash
This apple cider glazed butternut squash recipe is so simple and a wonderful addition to the Rosh Hashannah menu. It is Paleo, GAPs and Whole 30 friendly.
Gluten Free Honey Cake with Honey and Maple Sugar
This is an amazing recipe for delicious, moist, nut free, gluten free, dairy free honey cake. I make it for our family and friends and for many years I have been asked to bring it to the synagogue for kiddush.
9/7/2018 08:50:22 am
I would love these recipes. I’ve tried making gluten free matzah balls but they fell apart.
9/9/2018 08:14:06 am
These gf matzah balls are really lovely!.. They don't fall apart at all, but be careful not to overcook. Let me know how they turn out!
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