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26 Fruity and Delicious Ways to Celebrate Tu B’Shevat

26 Fruity and Delicious Ways to Celebrate Tu B'Shevat

Unless you happen to own a fruit-bearing tree in Israel, Tu B’Shevat (the day that marks the beginning of a “new year” for trees) is a day of symbolic rather than practical significance. We celebrate the day by eating fruit (fresh or dried!) and by reflecting on all the homiletical lessons trees and the growing process can teach us.

We hope these recipes will inspire you to create something beautiful and tasty to mark the occasion. Read on for our top Tu B’Shevat picks.

  1. Mixed Berry Gelee by Victoria Dwek
  2. Infused Water by Rorie Weisberg
  3. Chocolate Lacy Lollipops by Esther Ottensoser
  4. Chocolate-Doused Fruit Rolls by Esther Ottensoser
  5. 2-Ingredient Lychee Blueberry Sorbet by Chaia Frishman
  6. Passion Fruit Sorbet by Renee Muller

  7. Passion Fruit Salad by Renee Muller
  8. Frozen Berry Smoothie by Esty Wolbe
  9. Chocolate and Dried Fruit Bars by Sweet Moments (Rega Matok)
  10. Seven Species Salad by Elana Heideman
  11. Pecan Fig Mini-Tarts by Menachem Adelman
  12. Chocolate Bark/Chocolate Lollipops by Bonnie Klein
  13. Custard-Filled Flan Pie by Brynie Greisman

  14. Exotic Mix Salad by Esther Ottensoser
  15. Clafoutis with Red Grapes by Janie Chazanoff
  16. Citrus Fruit Medley by Dining In
  17. Salad Spread by Esther Ottensoser
  18. Tropical Breeze Salad by Victoria Dwek and Leah Schapira
  19. Crumble-Stuffed Pears by Esther Ottensoser
  20. Hot Grapefruit Drink by Shaindy Ausch
  21. Grape Juice Fruit Sorbet by Sara and Yossi Goldstein
  22. Poppy and Fruit Salad by Renee Muller
  23. Berry-Swirl Cake by Faigy Grossman
  24. Glazed Fresh Fruit Salad with Baked Cinnamon Twists by Rivky Kleiman
  25. Dairy-Free Apple-Craisin Custards by Chevy Slomovics and Raizy Janklowitz
  26. Almond-Pear Tart by Estee Kafra