The Dinner Menu:
- Gefilte Fish
- Israeli Salad
- Butter Lettuce Salad with Beets and Corn
- Round Challahs
- Green Beans with Tomatoes
- Israeli Cous Cous with Lentils
- Sweet Potato Apple Bake
The Dessert Table
A Rosh Hashana dinner is full of sweet symbols for a sweet new year. So I figured it was appropriate to have a sweet table, full of sweet things.
- Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries (I doubled the recipe that I found here). These were a huge hit, and so simple to make. The only thing I would do different next time, is that I used a ziplock bag with the corner cut off to fill the strawberries and it was really messy. Next time, I would use a real piping bag or a spoon.
- Chocolate Lacies (store purchased)
- Meringue Cookies (store purchased)
- Carmel Apples from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory - We sliced them to make it easier to eat and share.
- Chocolate Moose
- Chocolate Covered Strawberries
- Apple Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream
- Apple Pie Pops (from a recipe I found here - I used frozen Pillsbury pie crust and they came out great).