Top 5 Video Recipes for a Vegan Rosh HashanahSivan Pardo Renwick
The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, is almost here! Time for new beginnings, sharing the vegan love with your family members around the dinner table, and indulging in some awesome vegan food!
Whether you are hosting the holiday dinner at your home or attending a festive dinner at a friend or family member’s house, we’ve got you covered!
The following recipes for a vegan Rosh Hashanah all have a traditional twist (pomegranates and apples, anyone?). You could make some of these on the spot, while you could prepare others in advance or bring with you to serve your loved ones on this festive day:
#1 Pomegranate Champagne Spritzer
Simple to prepare, bubbly and festive! This Spritzer uses the traditional pomegranate to add sweetness and color to your holiday drink. For a non-alcoholic version, simply use sparking water instead of vegan Champagne.
#2 Slow Cooker Apple Butter
The traditional Rosh Hashanah apple stars in this vegan version of apple butter! Just make sure your molasses are vegan, and allow enough cooking time before blending. Serve with a traditional vegan Hallah bread and you’ve got yourself a beautiful sweet treat to share!
#3 Vegan Broth
No Jewish holiday meal can begin without a hearty bowl of soup. This vegan broth has deep flavors and unconventional ingredients that come together to create the traditional look and feel in a soup bowl full of compassion.
#4 Avocado, Apple and Pomegranate Salad
Let’s face it: I don’t know a single vegan who doesn’t LOVE avocado as much as I do. In this beautiful, colorful and refreshing recipe, you’ll find avocado combined with both apples and pomegranate to create a tasty salad that fits right in with the Rosh Hashanah theme.
#5 Vegan Cheesecake Bites
What better way to end a holiday meal than a scrumptious vegan dessert? Replace the strawberries in this recipe with pomegranate juice, and these vegan cheesecake bites will be not only cruelty-free and delicious, but also traditional and in holiday spirit!
Hope you enjoyed our selection of vegan recipes for Rosh Hashanah!
Below you will find some helpful items for your festive feast, from pomegranate juice and apple scented wax cubes, to honey alternatives such as Date Syrup and Agave Nectar.
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Wishing you and yours a happy and delightful Rosh Hashanah! May this year expand compassion for all living being to all of those around us.
She is qualified by the T. Colin Campbell Center for Plant-Based Nutrition, and leads classes, workshops, and online communities on various vegan living topics.
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