Rosh Hashanah Apples & Honey

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Grilled Apples With Cheese & Honey

Dessert meets the cheese plate when you drizzle grilled apples and flavorful cheese with honey and toasted pecans for a quick and healthy finish.

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Mini Brie & Apple Quiches

We love the way Brie and apples taste together in these mini quiches. Mini phyllo cups make it swift and simple to create an elegant appetizer.

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Mom's Apple Squares

They are best enjoyed slightly warm. Gently reheat any leftovers in the oven or toaster oven to recrisp the crust!

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Free-Form Apple Tart

Try Arkansas Black apples for this recipe to create a tart taste.

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Honey Oat Quick Bread

This bread has a pleasant flavor and divinely moist, tender crumb. It goes well with almost any soup or chowder.

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Honey & Goat Cheese-Filled Fig Muffins

Sweet figs and a filling of tangy goat cheese give a surprising twist to these hearty breakfast muffins.

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Honey-Soy Broiled Salmon

One sweet, tangy and salty mixture does double-duty as marinade and sauce. Toasted sesame seeds provide a nutty and attractive accent.

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Mixed Greens With Berries & Honey-Glazed Hazelnuts

For a sophisticated starter, try this colorful salad, which marries fresh berries, caramelized nuts and tangy feta cheese.

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The Jewish New Year is a time to reflect, make memories with family and enjoy the food customs and traditions that come hand in hand with the holiday. One of the oldest Jewish traditions of Rosh Hashanah is the belief that eating sweet foods will help express hope for a sweet new year. The custom of pairing apples and honey, two sweet foods, together symbolizes this hope for a bright future.

Whether you combine the two, like in our first recipe on this list, or you enjoy the sweet taste of honey and apple separately, these recipes will help you get ready for a sweet New Year. Click through to find some of our favorite apple-inspired dishes and sugary, sweet honey filled choices.

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