Our Totally Perfect Tu B'shevat Picks
Tu B'shevat means a time to celebrate in the middle of a long cold winter. Know what guys, it means the winter is almost over. Shall we wax poetic about all the buds, blossoms and fruits in the recipes below? Let's just say they are bright, fruity, and remind us of Tu B'shevat, and therefore they deserve honorable mention!
These Cranberry Pean Biscotti by Estee Kafra are so well balanced, we almost feel like they work on your diet. Either way, they're so worth it.
Cabbage and Persimmon Salad: Fresh, crunchy and sweet is the name of our game.
SO many ways you can shake up this Pear and Crispy Crumb Cake. Need ideas? Give us a ring.
Crumble-Stuffed Pears: This effortless beauty just became your Shabbos dessert. Donesky.
Fruity Quinoa Salad: This recipe went viral for a reason. Major perk, you can make it without the lettuce, and throw in whatever fruits you have on hand. Perfect for Shabbos day.
Fruity One-Bowl Granola: This can live in your freezer till Pesach, but obviously it won't make it that long. Such a great multi-purpose food that will have your house smelling dead good.
Fresh 'n Festive Salad: Not all fruity salads are created equal. I'm serious. This one is just different. In the best way possible, of course.
Frozen Mango Strawberry Pie: Mango and strawberry scream summer, and that is exactly why we want to make this dessert right now.
Layered Salad with Silan Almond Dressing: There are so many checks in this recipe for Tu B'shevat, which is why it's the most obvious salad of choice!
Blood Orange Pomegranate Salad: Ok, we're cheating, this wasn't exactly in Family Table, but since Chaia is one of our faves, and this salad totally deserves an extra special shout out, it's in this roundup. Also, Chaia is the ultimate authority on Tu B'shevat as she owns a fruit platter business!