By Sari Arrow
Shana Tova! With Rosh Hashanah right around the corner, it is time to start planning what will be at your family dinner. Everyone knows that traditionally, apples and honey are served together in hopes of a sweet new year. As delicious as that is, we don’t need to stop the apple theme there!
This year, you should make a raisin challah apple betty for dessert! This recipe combines some of the best parts of Rosh Hashanah; apples, honey, and challah! This phenomenal bread pudding can be served alone or with a scoop of ice cream (that’s the way I like it). The mix of hot and cold takes this dessert to a whole new level.
I know preparing for a holiday is a lot of work and very time-consuming. There is so much to cook and plan. Sometimes, we try to look for things that are quick to make. When looking at a recipe, especially one that is baked, you should pay attention to the estimated preparation time (25 minutes for this recipe). This way you know how long it is going to take to put it together and then you stick it in the oven until it’s done. Raisin challah apple betty is the recipe that will save you so much time and end the meal in the sweetest way!