So it’s Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and you are either plant-based yourself or being challenged to cater to someone who is.
This post is a quick roundup of our 5 favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes. They’re all vegan and all are made easier with a Vitamix.
Plus, they’re crowd pleasers, so make them to share!
Getting Creative with Rosh Hashanah Recipes to make them Vegan
You know the most traditional Rosh Hashanah dish is apples and honey.
But honey is not plant-based. And you still want to have a blessed year.
Might we suggest our no-heat vegan caramel to go with your apples?
Are you on appetizer duty? Try this Mock Chopped Liver.
It’s not our recipe. But, we found it on the awesome website, The Nosher.
Can’t say I’ve ever eaten real chopped liver. But this stuff I’d consider!
In charge of a salad?
It’s not hard to leave out the animal products from tasty salads.
But if you want to wow your hosts? Make your own fall-themed dressing!
I love our Pumpkin Balsamic Vinaigrette. And make sure to throw in the visually pleasing and traditional Rosh Hashanah ingredient: pomegranate arils
Considering bringing a soup?
Is your crew is a little more experimental with their dinner choices? Try our Thai Pumpkin Soup.
It has the distinct flavor of the season, but is elevated from ho-hum to yum! Just make sure Bubbie is warned about the jalapeño.
And for dessert, here’s a recipe that has been passed down through the generations: Apple Cinnamon Cake.
We’ve made some changes to the recipe to keep up with the times here. But even though it’s much healthier than it once was, it magically still tastes the same!
There you have it, our five favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes. Make them!
And have a very happy and healthy new year!
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