These crescent-shaped pastries are made with a flaky, cream cheese dough and filled with sweet fillings like jam, cinnamon, and nuts. They're often rolled up and dusted with powdered sugar.
Babka is a sweet, twisted bread or cake, typically swirled with cinnamon, chocolate, or sometimes fruit. It's known for its tender, buttery layers and a delightful, gooey filling.
Traditionally eaten during Purim, hamantaschen are triangular-shaped cookies or pastries filled with various sweet fillings like fruit preserves, poppy seeds, or chocolate.
Kugel is a comforting dessert made from baked noodles or rice mixed with eggs, sugar, and often flavored with cinnamon and raisins.
These deep-fried jelly-filled doughnuts are a Hanukkah staple. They are often dusted with powdered sugar or glazed with a sweet syrup.
Traditionally served during Rosh Hashanah, honey cake is a moist, spiced cake sweetened with honey.
A simple yet flavorful dessert made by simmering dried or fresh fruits with sugar and spices. It's often served as a refreshing, sweet side dish or topping.
A modern twist on the classic babka, chocolate babka is swirled with layers of chocolate and often drizzled with a sweet glaze.
This flaky pastry is filled with sweet fillings like apples, cherries, or poppy seeds. It's often sprinkled with powdered sugar and cinnamon for extra flavor.