for their gooey chocolate rugelach, Marzipan Bakery are offering a
seriously delicious cake in the spirit of Rosh Hashana. The cake (parve)
is soft, moist and perfectly sweet with a hint of nuts and dried apple
made using high quality honey and this is evident in its rich and
authentic taste. The cake comes attractively presented with a Shana
Tovah sticker, and is available in a compact size at an affordable NIS
15 (NIS 25 for two) or NIS 24 for a regular-sized cake. Enjoy!
44 Agripas Street
Kosher (Rav Rubin, Beit Yosef, Rabbanut)
Bakery is known for their high quality breads and confectionery, and
their selection of four honey cakes (dairy) are as excellent as
expected. Made using pure honey and without added sugar, their cakes are
simple, rich and tasty.
of the most special is the honey, apple and butter cake with toasted
slithered almonds on top, but it really depends on what you enjoy. The
other cakes on offer include pure honey (with sesame seeds sprinkled on
top); honey, dates and nuts as well as honey, cranberries, raisins and
nuts. Cakes cost NIS 30.
74 Agripas Street
those who are sensitive to eggs, sugar or wheat or simply prefer a more
natural alternative, Natural Choice Bakery is offering a selection of
great honey, date and apple cakes. Their whole-wheat honey cake (no
added sugar or eggs) is made using pure honey and is sweet and
try the spelt date cake with no added sugar or eggs for an enjoyable
dessert and healthy start to the New Year. The egg-free 400 gram cakes
cost NIS 26.
111 Agripas Street
Kosher Mehadrin (Belz)
Cake are offering a wide selection of Rosh Hashana-inspired cakes
including regular honey cakes, honey cakes with apple, apple pies and
others with nuts.
honey and apple cake has both apple inside and on top and meets all the
criteria you’d expect from a good honey cake: sweet, soft and fresh.
Each cake costs NIS 26 (NIS 42 for two), or NIS 34 for a bigger cake.
103 Agripas Street (other branches around Jerusalem & Israel)
Kosher Mehadrin (& Chatam Sofer)
you’re looking for a dessert other than honey cake that incorporates a
Rosh Hashana symbolic food, try the chocolate chip apple cake (parve)
from Magdaniat Pe’er in the Mahane Yehuda market.
the cake doesn’t feel quite as wholesome as a pure honey cake, it does
score high on taste and originality. The outside is crisp and the inside
is soft, moist and sweet with bits of apple and scatterings of white
and dark chocolate chips. The cakes sell for NIS 20.
33 Eitz Chaim Street, Mahane Yehuda
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