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Win a Zoku Ice Pop Maker!


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You can win this awesome Zoku ice pop maker (courtesy of The Kitchen Clique)! In order to have a chance to win this please leave a comment below answering this question: what classic recipe do you want to see remade? IF your recipe is featured in the next issue of Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller magazine you will win the Zoku Ice Pop Maker!

Only one recipe per person can be submitted. Only ONE recipe will be picked by the editorial staff of JoK and will be featured in an upcoming issue of the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller magazine. Contest is open to US residents only. Contest closes Wednesday June 22nd 2011 at 9am. Good Luck!!


More on the Zoku Ice Pop Maker:

The Zoku Quick Pop™ Maker freezes ice pops in as little as seven minutes right on your countertop without electricity. Quickly make striped pops, yogurt pops or (for the first time ever at home) flavored core pops. To enjoy Quick Pops at a moment’s notice, simply store the compact base in your freezer. The kit includes six durable, reusable plastic pop sticks that have unique ridged designs that allow pops to adhere securely, with special drip guards for tidy eating. A specially designed Super Tool helps to quickly release the frozen treats from their molds. The unit can make up to 9 pops before refreezing the unit again. Includes 1 Quick Pop Maker, 6 sticks, 6 drip guards, and 1 Super Tool.

Value – $49.99

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About Hadassah Sabo Milner


HaDassah Sabo Milner is a Welsh Jew who lives in Monsey NY. She is a writer and a blogger and a lifelong foodie. She's married with four sons who provide her with much fodder for her writing projects. HaDassah is also a social media rockstar who can update multiple platforms simultaneously whilst cooking Shabbat dinner for 70. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter Twittr , and read her blog In The Pink .




121 Responses to Win a Zoku Ice Pop Maker!

  1. avatar says: SarahG

    I’d like to see healthier versions “kugel”

  2. I’d love to see healthier versions of stuffed cabbage!

  3. avatar says: ed

    Asian Chicken Salad

  4. I thought long and hard about this and came up with quite a few Jewish/Kosher/Israeli dishes I’d like to see remade but every one of them were dishes that I’ve been able to make myself with satisfying results. I kept trying to think of one recipe that I wasn’t satisfied with and realized what it was: Sweet Round Holiday Challah! I have tried numerous recipes that promised to be moist, sweet, with a tender dough but really always came out dry and hardly sweet dough. I’ve been disappointed so many times I’ve almost given up.

    My idea of the perfect sweet Challah for the holidays (namely, Rosh Hashanah) is a dough that is close to a cinnamon roll type dough, nicely sweet, and maybe with an apple filling.

  5. avatar says: Sarah

    I would like to see a jazzed-up version of chicken soup.

  6. macaroni salad withot mayyonaise or bottled dressing

  7. avatar says: esther p

    Challah dough recipe for breadmaker, made with at least 50% (or 100%, even better) whole wheat flour.

  8. avatar says: Annulla

    Stuffed cabbage. I always use my mom’s recipe (actually, it is Leah Leonard’s recipe) and it is delicious, but I’d like to see a “refreshed” version of the dish.

  9. avatar says: I.M.


  10. shepherd pie thats easy to make

  11. We would like to see a new updated version of potato kugel.

  12. I would love to see broccoli kugel creamy and low fat.. that and a perfect challah recipe for the bread machine that actually tastes like egg challah not white bread.

  13. I’d be your BFF if you could make potato latkes that are just a little bit healthier.

  14. What about a healthy spin on a classic: cholent?

  15. avatar says: Hindy

    I would love to see a good kosher bowl of pho!

  16. Recipe for raisin challah!

  17. avatar says: Yaffa

    A great, QUICK AND EASY pad thai recipe?!

  18. Chicken Pot Pie.
    Oh please, oh please, oh please.
    I can just hear Jamie now -
    “Pour a bag of frozen peas into a bowl…”

  19. avatar says: Heather

    an easier, more specific, recipe for broccoli loaf

  20. avatar says: Leah

    something for the summer. like a cold soup! or sorbet!

  21. an interesting stuffed chicken breast recipe–fancy enouh for shabbat but not time consuming to make

  22. hope about a healthy spin on cheesecake

  23. avatar says: Nina

    I’d love to see a deconstructed chulent dish

  24. avatar says: Leora

    I always thought it would be nice to have meatballs from the crock pot on Shabbat. I have made then before but thought they were over cooked. I am looking for a recipe were the meat will stay light, moist and able the have a long looking time (from start of Shabbat till lunch).

  25. avatar says: Estee

    I don’t know if you’re familiar with this, but I’m a huge fan of this: (not sure what it’s called! ;-) ) sliced boiled eggs layered with sliced cooked potatoes, with cream cheese and/or sour cream (mayo maybe?) between the layers! It’s an awesome dish, but I think it needs some vegetables to make it into a one-pot complete dinner! (possibly named rukudkrumple…a strange Hungarian name!)

  26. avatar says: 6chickens

    I’d love to have a Fettuccine Alfredo recipe that’s PAREVE but still tastes GOOD.

  27. avatar says: Yocheved

    I would love to see a new rendition on matzah balls!

  28. avatar says: Orit

    I would like to see a new healthier version of farfel.

  29. avatar says: wgoldbe4

    Before I was Kosher, I loved the classic stringbean casserole made with campbell’s cream of mushroom soup which is still advertised in so many food ads and magazines! Tried to replicate it but just can’t seem to get the consistency and flavoring quite right. Would love to have a delicious “classic kosher” version!

  30. avatar says: Shoshana

    general tsos chicken

  31. My mother used to make a dish for Chanukah with sauerkraut, potatoes and hot dogs, almost like a soup, to go with the latkes. It is a Polish/Russian dish. All the recipes I see online require non-Kosher ingredients. Would love to have this recipe as my ‘holidays’ are RH and Chanukah.

  32. avatar says: sar

    pareve ice cream–preferably chocolate chip cookie dough!! (and without an ice cream maker??)
    second choice- cchip brownies

  33. avatar says: onit z

    ICED TEAS. So easy, quenching and nutritious! Where are the recipes?

  34. avatar says: Jen

    I’d love a parve, lighter version of cinnamon buns

  35. a lighter matzo brittle recipe – so we could enjoy it all year long!

  36. avatar says: Rochel

    I’d like to see a good recipe for pita. My family doesn’t like the thin store bought ones.

  37. My husband can’t have any salt (just what’s natural is okay – figure 500 per day — yeah, really a small amount)
    Many recipes have WAY too much salt in them. How about a Shabbos meal that low in sodium that actually tastes good to people that can and are use to alot of salt.
    Sorry, to ask the impossible but there’s alot of “us” out there that are part of the Baby Boomers and still want us to enjoy life AND have tasty food but WITHOUT all the salt.
    Thanks for your time.

  38. avatar says: Judy

    Since my kids are allergic to dairy and soy, I would like to treat them to delicious, homemade parve “ice cream”. Any ideas?

  39. A really good pareve cornbread, please!

  40. avatar says: tasty

    Gefilte fish that actually tastes good and not like rubber!

  41. avatar says: Leiba

    low-fat version of shnitzel sandwiches

  42. avatar says: Star K

    I am desperately looking for a low carb & sugar free (yet easy) chocolate cake. Most recipes call for several types of flour that aren’t readily available.

  43. avatar says: sandy

    potatoe latkes or pierogies

  44. avatar says: Jamie

    I’d love to see a remade recipe for chicken marvelosa.

  45. avatar says: Jamie

    I would like to see a lighter version of potato kugel. I already use olive oil instead of parve margarine, but the end result is still heavy and greasy.

  46. avatar says: ilene

    A really good recipe and tutorial for lasagna. Mine always comes out terrible. All soggy and mushy.

  47. avatar says: Elizabeth

    cholent that doesn’t taste like lead or glue

  48. avatar says: Liz Spear

    I’d like to see the classic creamy noodle mushroom casserole re-done.

  49. eggplant parmesian redone

  50. avatar says: deana c

    I would love to see chicken ala king remade.

  51. avatar says: Debra

    Shepard’s Pie (Dairy Free and Kosher of course =))

  52. avatar says: Rachel BL

    It’s time to reconfigure Green Bean Casserole. I’ve made many a variation, but it’s hard to get my hubby’s mind off his mom’s full-fat classic version.

  53. avatar says: Elana

    gefilte fish – the boil in the water version is so soggy

  54. avatar says: Bruchie

    No fail cheese blintzes

  55. avatar says: Hill

    Grilled Cheese! There are so many nonkosher restaurants that make so many variations and we are missing out!

  56. avatar says: Malkie

    Tuna casserole

  57. avatar says: Rivka

    Cholent! Without all the fat and grease.

  58. avatar says: R

    Napoleans & Fettucine Alfredo definitely are keepers that need to be redone due to the fat content. Puhhhlease teach us how to make em light & delish!

  59. avatar says: R

    Ok — just read the rules after I posted :-) down to one recipe –
    Fettucine Alfredo – the light version!

  60. avatar says: Davida

    Moroccan Cigars

  61. avatar says: Yiskah

    Scallop Potatoes ;) ummm awesome for Shavuot!!!

  62. avatar says: tsgoldman

    Turkey meatloaf and turkey burgers that don’t taste like sawdust!!!

  63. avatar says: Hindel

    a great tasting meat lasagna

  64. avatar says: Jenny

    low fat pareve risotto, with no cheese or butter

  65. avatar says: dvora

    gefilte fish in a way that disguises the gefilte fish…

  66. avatar says: Devora

    a baked chicken that I can serve for shabbat lunch (not saucy) and that will not dry out and is not just plain roasted or breadcrumbed chicken

  67. avatar says: Vicki

    A parve cheesecake that doesn’t taste pareve!

  68. avatar says: Steve

    Beef Stroganoff

  69. avatar says: Zahava

    Potato kugel! One that still tastes really good without all the carbs, fat and cholesterol.
    Also- I think the grape p;opsicle that are store bought should have a new recipe. They taste so artificial and not like grape. I hope to win the ice pop maker so I could make natural tasting ice pops using grape juice! Thanks

  70. Non-Dairy Ice cream desserts that taste authentic!

  71. avatar says: Joanna

    a noodle kugel that isnt so heavy or doesnt have those large hunks of canned fruit in it!

  72. avatar says: entins

    key lime pie redone as pareve but not tasting like it

  73. avatar says: AidelK

    Hmmm. I think a fun pizza–you know like with pepperoni or bbq chicken–only NOT. I like the cheese on it, so I don’t want to give that up. Looking forward to a new recipe!

  74. Sweet noodle kugel

  75. avatar says: Leslie

    How about some more dishes with an Asian or Thai flair?

  76. avatar says: Lea

    Morrocan fish recipe like what’s served in Israel Fri. nights.

  77. How about a great Kuchen?

  78. avatar says: Kelly Rae

    Homemade vanilla bean or other flavoured ice cream – only made with an alternative ‘milk’ such as plain soy, oat or rice – so it can be served as a pareve dessert. I enjoy the ‘custard-base- recipes most as they are creamy and include eggs for texture and taste.

  79. Brownies – sugar (refined) free and vegan

  80. avatar says: Jan Moore

    I want to see a new version of Banana Pudding. Oh, and chocolate chip cookies maybe with orange zest in them and dipped in orange icing.

  81. avatar says: Nechama

    Danishes. They’re yummy but nobody’s done anything new with them…
    Maybe savory? Or filling swirled into the dough…yum…

  82. avatar says: ferriz

    mac n cheese. so boring normally. needs a modern updated twist of yummy goodness!

  83. avatar says: Ilissa

    Tandoori chicken

  84. avatar says: sarale

    Parve Peanut butter Ice cream made with raw eggs. I would like it to be made without raw eggs.

  85. penne a la vodka !!!! my favorite please redo a low fat version! maybe with some whole wheat noodles too!

  86. A newer version of lasagne would be good.

  87. A new Brisket redone would be awsome especially since its summer.

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  88. Love to see some healthier Passover recipes especially the desserts without calling for 6 dozen eggs!

  89. avatar says: Mir

    I’d say comfort food, like mac and cheese.

  90. avatar says: lesliedf

    I’d like to see a kosher recipe for Chicken Kiev

  91. Would love to have a new version of beef and noodles

  92. Strawberry Blintzes

  93. lemon merengue pie

  94. Stir-fry beef or chicken dishes without oyster sauce

  95. avatar says: Mrs. Doll

    I would love to see some coconut chocolate, almond joy Popsicle type, dairy free dessert. Yum~

  96. Challah, I would like to learn another way to braid it. Thank you for this opportunity.

  97. Grilled Cheese!

  98. avatar says: Rachel

    sweet and sour chicken, without the yucky artificial store-bought sauce!

  99. avatar says: Misty

    I would like a good recipe for Apple Cake, not Apple Pie, not Apple Strudel, but Apple Cake. I miss my granma/bobe’s Apple Cake….

  100. avatar says: Tova

    faux crab cakes

  101. potatoe kugel like the one you buy in a store. mine never comes out smooth enough.

  102. southern fried chicken!

  103. avatar says: Darcy B

    I would like to see pizza re-done healthy kosher and low sodium. I want everything re done low sodium—everything has too much sodium.

  104. avatar says: hbomb

    I’d like to see a chicken alfredo redone. Healthier, with something added in other than the chicken and sauce, but all goes well together
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  105. Real Fudge using an alternative to evaporated or condensed milk for those of us that only drink Cholov Yisroel, or for when we need it Pareve.

  106. avatar says: RiSa

    Fudge! Using an alternative to condensed sweetened or evaporated milk. For times that I need it Pareve and when Cholov Yisroel is unavailable.

  107. avatar says: meme

    I would like to see a kosher version of Sheperds pie

  108. avatar says: Gianna

    Cinnamon toast.

  109. I loved my grandmothers homemade caramel and chocolate date nut roll.

  110. avatar says: Anna

    Macaroni and Cheese!

  111. I would like to see macaroni and cheese remade.