Real Food Rosh Hashannah! Happy Near Year!

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I know it’s a little late to start planning for your holiday meal, but I thought that if you were like me, and running behind, you could use some real food, grain free holiday recipes.

Wednesday at sundown marks the Jewish New Year of 5775 and the beginning of the high holidays. Jews all over the world celebrate with a special dinner featuring apples and honey to symbolize a sweet new year. A festive round Challah is served to symbolize the cycle of the year. There is a recipe for a delicious grain free Challah below.

Shanah Tovah everyone! Have a good new year!

Thanks to Real Food Kosher, Homemade Mommy and Yummy Inspirations for sharing some of their great holiday recipes!

Real Food Rosh Hashannah

Appetizers

Sides

Entrees

Dessert

Beverages

Enjoy!

Shared at: Allergy Free Wednesday, Real Food Wednesday

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