Tu Bishvat

18 Best Tu Bishvat Desserts Ever

Kosher.com Staff January 23, 2024

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We all know the tradition of eating different fruits on Tu Bishvat. The question is, how are you going to serve fruits in a different and festive way that everyone in your family will enjoy?

There are endless amounts of Tu Bishvat recipes on our site, but there’s something about Tu Bishvat desserts that bring the whole family around the table extra quickly.

How does Pomegranate Chocolate Clusters, 3-Ingredient Tu Bishvat Flower Planters and Tu Bishvat Date Crunch Bark sound? Yes please!

Whether you’re looking for a Tu Bishvat dessert that is more involved, or you’re the type to make something that only takes you about 10 minutes, we’ve gathered 18 best Tu Bishvat desserts ever for you to bookmark and use in a couple days when kids will be continuously asking to bake something festive with you at home.

We guarantee your family will enjoy these recipes!

1. Tu Bishvat Date Crunch Bark by Esty Wolbe

Celebrate Tu Bishvat with Esty Wolbe as we create a delicious Date Crunch Bark, capturing the essence of the Jewish New Year for Trees.

2. Tu Bishvat Shkediyah Chocolate Bark by Erin Grunstein

Celebrate Tu B’shvat with this beautiful and kid-friendly treat. How can you go wrong with chocolate and fruit?!

3. Pear Crumble by Esther Ottensoser

Tu Bishvat is almost here and what better way to celebrate than with a cranberry-stuffed pear topped with crumble. Don’t just make this for Tu Bishvat, this crumble is the perfect dessert all year long!

4. Tu Bishvat Cookies by Faigy Murray

Every year I make some elaborate dish using fruits for tu bishvat. One year it was olive infused chicken. One year I made a fruit infused meat. My kids were not happy lol This year I decided to make them something I know they would like it and eat!

5. A Fun Tu Bishvat Craft For Kids Of All Ages by Sara and Yossi Goldstein

Celebrate Tu Bishvat with this cute kid-friendly craft! Kids will have so much fun gluing together wafers with icing and filling them with crushed sandwich cookies. You can use whatever candy fruit and/or vegetables you can find!

6. 3-Ingredient Tu Bishvat Flower Planters by Rachel Kor

We couldn’t close out the Tu Bishvat season without this craft for your kids to enjoy. This one only requires a few ingredients and will keep the kids busy for a while!

7. Crème Brûlée Fruit Skewers: The Perfect Treat For Tu Bishvat by Sara and Yossi Goldstein

These bruléed fruit skewers are something special! Delicious fruit is topped with turbinado sugar, a type of raw brown sugar, and is bruléed with a kitchen torch. The result is sweet fruit with a caramelized flavor and crunch that’s perfect for celebrating Tu Bishvat.

8. Fruity Choco Clusters by Chaya Ruchie Schwartz

These are so simple, yet so pretty and delicious! Try it, the results will speak for themselves. You can customize the fruit to your liking.  

9. Chocolate Pomegranate Pie by Sara and Yossi Goldstein

Pomegranate and chocolate are an incredible dessert combination. This pie is decadent yet simple and lets the flavors do the talking.

10. Fruit Salad by Faigy Murray

Every time I make this, I ask myself why I don’t make it more often! It’s amazing on its own, and it’s delicious spooned over sponge cake, almost like a fruit salsa. But my favorite way of enjoying it is with yogurt and some granola sprinkled on top for extra crunch.

11. Fruity Chocolate “Bar”k by Menachem Goodman

Tu Bishvat is the day we celebrate nature, the blossoms of the trees, and the fruit of Hashem’s labor. This yummy treat is not only simple to make; it is a way to bring the spirit of the new year for the trees into your children’s day.

For a cute Tu Bishvat idea, place the finished bars in a small plastic bag. Attach a little note and place it in your child’s backpack or tote for a yummy treat that will make their day!!

12. Chocolate Caramel Apple Sticks by Malky and Yossi Levine

This treat has all the flavors of caramel apples, but it’s a lot easier to prepare. Slice, dip, set, and enjoy!

13. Chocolate-Dipped Clementine Flowers by Malky and Yossi Levine

14. Pomegranate Chocolate Clusters by Malky and Yossi Levine

Tart pomegranate and sweet chocolate come together to form one delicious treat.  

15. Pineapple Pops by Malky and Yossi Levine

16. Chocolate Lollipops with Dehydrated Fruit by Esty Wolbe

Fruit and chocolate is a classic combo for any occasion, and these pops are a fun way to enjoy them! Make sure to lay a whole piece of whatever fruit is inside, so the lucky recipients of these treats will know what they’re biting into.

Watch how Esty does it on Easy Does It!

17. Chocolate-Doused Fruit Rolls by Esther Ottensoser

Not into raisins and bokser? Here’s an easy and elegant way to take your Tu B’Shevat menu from meh to magnificent.

18. Glazed Fresh Fruit Salad with Baked Cinnamon Twists by Rivky Kleiman

Refreshing, light, and oh, so tasty. A dessert you’ll keep making again and again.