Recipe Roundups

Warm Desserts to Keep You Cozy on Chilly Sukkot Nights

Kosher.com Staff October 9, 2019

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Fall is officially here, and with it comes a chill in the air, which means you’re going to need some help staying cozy in the sukkah when the temps drop at night. Tea and coffee are great, but we all know dessert’s the real way to go! I mean, what’s better than warm desserts right out of the oven?!


Plus, your guests will feel right at home when the warm aromas of apples and spices greet them at the door. It’s a total win-win!


  1. Warm Chocolate Cake in Individual Glasses by Leah Barzel

  2. Caramel Apple Crisp by Rivky Kleiman

  3. Hot Oat-Chip Pie with Maple-Pecan Sauce by Faigy Grossman

  4. Cookie Dough Fudge Pie by Miriam Pascal

  5. Apple Smores Tartlets by Faigy Grossman

  6. Hot Fruit Tarts by Sara Wasserman

  7. Crumble-Stuffed Pears by Esther Ottensoser

  8. Chocolate Custard Cookie Pie by Michal Frischman

  9. Apple Blueberry Crisp by Brynie Greisman

  10. No-Margarine Chocolate Babka from the Dining In Cookbook

  11. Deep-Dish Caramel Apple Cake by Estee Kafra

  12. Cinnamon Bun Pie by Miriam Pascal

  13. Fruity Cake with Crumbly Topping by Temi Philip

  14. Baked Cinnamon Pears from the Dining In Cookbook

  15. Sweet and Salty Layered Mocha-Chocolate Pie by Faigy Grossman

  16. Cranberry-Pear Pie by Tamar Teitelbaum