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Rochel's Recipe Blog

Find out the secrets to all those mouth watering delicacies that you always wanted to serve to your own guests.

Honey Cookies

I hope you all had a wonderful Rosh Hashanah.

My friend who gave me this recipe told me the following.

“My mother calls this recipe “LOTS of Honey Cookies” because it yields a tremendous amount. So you might want to halve the recipe. My mother makes one batch of dough before Rosh Hashanah, and freezes it and bakes batches of cookies until after Simchat Torah.”

This recipe is simple and makes a lot.



Honey Cookies



8 eggs

2 cups of sugar

1 ½ cups oil

450gr of honey

2 teaspoons of vanilla sugar

10 cups of flour

3 tablespoons of baking soda



Mix all together and refrigerate for a few hours.

Shape in to little balls and bake it for 12 minutes on 180°.  

A Gamar Chatimah Tovah


Tzimmes is a side dish that is eaten throughout the whole month of Tishrei, because of its sweetness, and because in Yiddish carrots are called meren which means more it signifies to multiply in all goof things.

Almost every home has a different version of tzimmes. Some make it with carrots and some with sweet potato. Here is one which is easy but takes some time.







Sesame seeds


Peal carrots and slices round circles

Cover with water

Let it boil until soft (a few hours)

When water is boiling out add honey

Let the carrots caramelize

Add sesame seeds

I would like to wish you all a very happy and healthy sweet new year. May every one of you be blessed with only good.

Honey Cake

So as we all know Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner. On Rosh Hashanah we eat many sweet things as a symbol to ask G-D to bless us with a sweet new year. I will try to post as many recipes as I can for Rosh Hashana.

After trying many different honey cakes I finally found one which came out light and fluffy and not heavy and dry.

Just to share with you a fond memory of mine. The first time I attempted to bake a cake in my life was when I was about 15. I carefully followed the directions when it said a cup of coffee I thought it meant literally a cup of coffee. Thank  G-D someone caught me after I said there wasn’t enough coffee in the house. Please note that when it says a cup it means to prepare a cup of coffee like you would drink it.




3 eggs

1 cup honey

1 cup sugar

1 cup warm coffee water

½ a cup of oil

2 teaspoons of baking soda

1 teaspoon of baking powder

2 teaspoons of vanilla

3 ¾ cups flour



Preheat oven to 180. Beat eggs and honey and then add sugar. Mix in baking soda and baking powder; add the rest of the ingredients one by one mixing the batter between each ingredient.

Pour batter in a baking dish and bake until tester comes out clean about ½ hour.

This recipe was given to me once again by my friend Rivky G. it's her mothers recipe.


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