Celebrating the Jewish New Year? Here are 15 delicious and healthy gluten-free Rosh Hashanah desserts for you! Paleo, keto and vegan options included.
So much going on this weekend, friends! Rosh Hashanah is starting soon, so I’m putting together a little list of tasty Rosh Hashanah desserts for you all to try. Whether you’re celebrating the Jewish New Year or not, these are still some amazing recipes!
It’s traditional to eat apples and honey for Rosh Hashanah, as well as pomegranates, dates, and figs. These recipes aren’t all traditional ones, but they all fit the bill deliciously enough. 😉
Honey Walnut Apple Crisp
Apple Cinnamon Kugel
Sweet, warm, and beautiful, this coconut flour-based Apple Cinnamon Kugel from Health Home & Happiness is the perfect comfort food.
This simple paleo, gluten-free, and vegan Apple Crumble from the Unconventional Baker is a favorite go-to dessert.
Cinnamon Apple Scones
The sweetness of the apples pair so well with the warmth of the cinnamon in these easy Cinnamon Apple Scones from Raia’s Recipes.
Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake
Fill those cool, crisp fall weekend mornings with the smell of fresh gluten free Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake from Raising Generation Nourished!
Apple Gingerbread Muffins
Soft, slightly sweet, gluten-free, and vegan, these Apple Gingerbread Muffins from Strength & Sunshine are a delicious breakfast, snack, or healthy dessert!
Challah with Apples & Raisins
It wouldn’t be a feast with challah! This gorgeous gluten-free Challah with Apples & Raisins from GF Jules is sure to please.
Maple Apple Cobbler
This grain-free Maple Apple Cobbler from Raia’s Recipes is the perfect treat, whether you enjoy it for breakfast, dinner, or dessert!
Chocolate Dipped Pomegranate Stuffed Dates
These delicious little Chocolate Dipped Pomegranate Stuffed Dates from Recipes to Nourish are the most tantalizing little bites! These sticky medjool dates taste just like caramel dipped in delectable chocolate goodness and they have a surprise, tart, juicy bite on the inside that is so good!
Fig Breakfast Bars
Turn breakfast or snack time into a delicious treat with these Fig Breakfast Bars from Raising Generation Nourished!
Cinnamon Maple Nut Butter Covered Apples
All the flavors of fall converge in these easy, real food Cinnamon Maple Nut Butter Covered Apples from Raia’s Recipes.
Fig & Chocolate Flourless Cake
This gorgeous Fig & Chocolate Flourless Cake from the Unconventional Baker can be made raw, since it’s eggless, grain-free, and dairy-free.
Honey Apple Cake
This Honey Apple Cake from Only Taste Matters keeps the tradition of serving honey cake for a Rosh Hashanah dessert alive and delicious.
Spiced Apple Cider
This Instant Pot Spiced Apple Cider from Recipes to Nourish is full of fresh, homemade apple juice made from scratch. It has delicious subtle hints of orange, ginger, cinnamon, cloves and maple. Truly the best combination for this warming drink.
Probiotic Apple Pie Ice Cream
No need to feel guilty enjoying this treat! Full of nutrients, and easy to whip up, this Probiotic Apple Pie Ice Cream is perfect for any time of year!
Paleo Baked Apples with Pecan Crumble
Crunchy pecans, blended with shredded coconut, and sweetened with honey all nestled in an apple half and baked to perfection. These paleo Baked Apples with Pecan Crumble from Prepare & Nourish are paleo, primal, and GAPS compliant.
Spiced Applesauce Cake
This is one of my family’s favorite Rosh Hashanah desserts. But whether you’re celebrating Rosh Hashanah, or just in search of an easy treat, this gluten-free Spiced Applesauce Cake from Raia’s Recipes is the perfect fit.
Spiced Apple Butter
This easy Spiced Apple Butter in the Instant Pot will fill your kitchen and your spoon with the delicious smells and tastes of fall! It’s paleo, GAPS-friendly, vegan, and low-carb.
Thank you so much for the invitation to link up! I am excited to share my new recipes for a simple “Watermelon Salt Water Taffy” and these amazing Waffles I made with “Sprouted Watermelon Seed Flour” a whole new grain-free ingredient I am currently loving in my paleo breakfast pastries!!
Wishing everyone an extra Savory Saturday!!
Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing with us, Andrea! I’m so excited that you did! 🙂
Even though we are not celebrating Rosh Hashanah, this is a great round up! Apples, honey, figs, and dates are some of my favorite foods. Thanks for hosting the link up!
Glad to, Heather! Thanks for sharing with us!
Thank you so much for the feature and have a great weekend! 🙂
Glad to feature your recipe, Sarah! Thanks so much for sharing with us!
So much yumminess this week! All of those peach recipes, yum! And the GF pasta, chocolate chip popsicles, and pizza muffins. Yum!
This week I shared a Homemade Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream recipe and Concord Grape Gummies. Thanks for hosting! Have a wonderful weekend!
Thanks so much for sharing with us, Emily! Hope your weekend is wonderful, too!
Hi Raia! Thanks for hosting! I’m loving all the apple and peach recipes! This week I’m sharing
Chocolate Chip Pancakes. I hope you have a great week!
Thanks so much for sharing with us, Sandi!
Shanah tovah Raia 🙂 I hope you had a sweet celebration 😉
Thank you! It was. 🙂
What a mouthwatering spread! So hard to choose a favorite! Yum!
I want them all, too!
Oh My Goodness, these sound outstanding. I’ll have to start with the chocolate covered stuffed dates and then go from there.
I hope you enjoy them, Andrea!
Such a delicious collection of recipes! Everything looks and sounds so good and festive ♥
What a gorgeous round-up! All of these recipes look amazing, I especially like those chocolate-covered pomegranate stuffed dates! Yum!
Thanks, Michelle! I hope you get to try them!
What a delicious round up. So many of these recipes are calling my name. I’m a big apple dessert fan and here you have posted lots of ideas for me to try! Love those cinnamon maple nut butter covered apples!
Thanks, Jacqueline! I hope you try them!