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Aranygaluska is a Hungarian Jewish dessert, generally baked for Purim. The name aranygaluska literally means “golden dumpling” and by the 1880s, this dessert was being referred to in Hungarian literature.

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Chocolate and walnut vegan challah

Mouth-watering challah bread oozing with a delicious dark chocolate and walnut filling. The only issue is you won't be able to stop at one slice. #dairyfree #eggfree #vegan

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Magen David buns

Rich, fruity, spicy & delicious, each of these buns sports a magnificent Magen David on its golden, shiny top. Enjoy them warm, cold or toasted. (Parve)

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Roasted root vegetables with honey & apples

Apples & honey aren't just for desserts! Try them in these delicious roasted root vegetables - a perfect autumnal side for Rosh Hashanah or any festive meal.

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Vegan millionaire's shortbread bars (Twix bars)

Crumbly shortbread biscuit, gooey dairy-free caramel and luscious dark chocolate. These gorgeous vegan millionaire's shortbread slices are a sure-fire hit! (Parve)

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Cheese and herb scones

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Spiced apple challah

Tasty vegan challah dough is wrapped around delicious spiced apple filling to create sensational Rosh Hashanah challah! Plus 3 beautiful ways to shape it.

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Apple and Almond Cake

APPLE AND ALMOND CAKE It's astonishing how buttery this cake tastes, given that there is not a gram of butter in it. The flour is replaced with ground almonds - and cooked, cooled, pureed fruit provides moistness and flavour.

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Vanilla Bean Sufganiyot with Halva, Cookie Butter, Praline, and Chocolate Variations