Shabbat Recipes On A Budget
We make Shabbat every week. It’s such a special gift and is always a very much needed break at the end of the week. But let’s be honest, all the food, snacks, wine, and treats can add up really quickly.
Shabbat should be a time for relaxation and family time, not a time for financial worry.
We’ve chosen recipes that are budget friendly AND Shabbat-worthy. All the recipes below require basic pantry ingredients (for the most part), are super tasty, and will make your family and guests super happy- which everyone should be on Shabbat.
Enjoy and Shabbat Shalom!
- Harissa Honey-Roasted Potatoes by Shay Siff
Sweet Potato Mushroom Kugel by Brynie Greisman
- Sheet-Pan Capon Dinner by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen
- Sweet Roasted Pears and Yams by Chaia Frishman
- Potato Cauliflower Soup by Sara and Yossi Goldstein
- Colorful Fried Rice from the Dining In Cookbook
- Teriyaki Roasted Cauliflower and Broccoli by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen
- DIY Seasoned Rice by Brynie Greisman
Velvety Yellow Split Pea Soup by Chavi Feldman
- Oven-Fried Chicken Fingers by Tanya Rosen
- Kasha Varnishkes by The Taste of Kosher
- Easy BBQ Chicken from the Dining In Cookbook
- Honey Coated Crispy Chicken by Elky Friedman
- Presto Yerushalayim Kugel from the Nitra Cookbook
- Rebbetzin Braunstein’s Carrot Cake by Family Table
- Pastrami Lukshen Kugelettes by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen
- Garden Vegetable Potato Soup from the Dining In Cookbook
- Sloppy Joe Phyllo Lasagna by Chavi Feldman
- Sweet and Sour Meatballs from the Dining In Cookbook
- Umami-Glazed Wings by Michal Frischman
- Superior Chocolate Chip Cookies from the Nitra Cookbook
- Chocolate Fudge Pie with Pretzel Streusel Topping by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen
- Moist Cinnamon Swirl Bundt by Nechama Norman
- Caramel Apple Crisp by Rivky Kleiman
- Cinnamon Palmiers by Paula Shoyer
- Mini Sprinkle Cookies by Leah Nagel