There’s nothing quite like an apple and honey ginger crumble for Rosh Hashanah.
During Rosh Hashanah, we dip apples in honey to symbolize the start of a sweet new year. Many families enjoy a passed down family recipe of apple cake or spiced honey cake, and if you ask, anyone will tell you that their family’s secret recipe is the best there is.
Luckily, you don’t need an inherited family recipe to make the best Rosh Hashanah (or Sukkot, or any fall day!) dessert. If you do have a family recipe, isn’t it time to try something new? If you or your partner are new to Jewish cooking, this is a foolproof recipe that you can make together. I’m putting a new twist on apples and honey with this Apple and Honey Ginger Crumble. It’s easy to make, full of comforting autumn flavors and a hint of unexpected spice. Make your Rosh Hashanah menu uniquely yours with this new spin on a classic tradition.