Warm Sticky Chocolate Mousse Cake

Warm Sticky Chocolate Mousse Cake

December 2nd 2011By The Kosher Butcher's Wife

This is absolutely divine, absolutely simple, and absolutely Geshmak!


Super-Moist Secret-Ingredient Chocolate Cake

Secret-ingredient Chocolate Cake

June 4th 2013By Gluten-Free Nosh

Can you keep a secret? This gluten-free chocolate cake has a top-secret ingredient that keeps it rich and moist. No crumbly, dry cake here. The only catch is that you can’t reveal the secret ingredient to your guests, at least not until after they’ve devoured a piece of this delectable chocolate cake topped with a delicate pink buttercream frosting. Ready? Promise you’ll keep reading? The secret ingredient is … borscht. That’s right, pureed beet borscht gives the cake extra moisture and richness, without any noticeable beet taste. (Note: Do not use “Russian style” borscht, which contains garlic. That would be bad.) If you are not-gluten-free, simply sub all-purpose flour instead of the brown rice flour, sorghum flour and tapioca starch, and omit the xanthan gum.


Red Velvet Marble Cake

Red Velvet Marble Cake

November 30th 2011By Paula Shoyer

Red Velvet Cake is a recent addition to kosher tables and probably has increased in popularity due to the prevalence of red velvet cupcakes in cupcake shops. It tastes like chocolate cake but not a very chocolaty one.


Quinoa Chocolate Cake

Quinoa Chocolate Cake

February 14th 2012By Joy of Kosher

I choose coconut palm sugar because it is low on the glycemic index. After reading about it on Natural News, it has quickly become my go to sugar alternative. It tastes so yummy its hard to believe that it isn’t every bit as bad for you as white sugar. One thing I want to mention is that I did cook it in small individual dishes and while I think the batter would fill two baking pans, I didn’t test this out for myself.


Orange Chocolate Cake

orange chocolate cake

March 23rd 2010By Joy of Kosher

This moist cake is lower in fat because orange juice replaces part of the oil. To make it parve, try using non dairy sour cream instead of yogurt or even coconut milk. Enjoy the citrus flavors with mixed with dark chocolate.


One Bowl Chocolate Layer Cake

One Bowl Chocolate Cake

March 7th 2011By admin


On Tu B’Shvat, Make Sweets From the Tree, Not Just the Fruit!


January 17th 2011By Rachelle Ferneau

In celebration of "The New Year for the Trees", Tu B'Shvat, we eat and cook with the fruit of the tree. This year we suggest eating the actual tree. Cinnamon is a warm, sweet spice made from the inner bark of a tree. It is delicious in this Cinnamon Chocolate Cake with Cinnamon Glaze and these Cinnamon Walnut Cookies.


In the JOK Kitchen with Let My Children Cook! *Giveaway*


German Chocolate Cake in a Jar

German Chocolate Cake in a Jar

November 30th 2011By Nechama Fiddle


Chocolate Parfait

chocolate parfait

September 15th 2013By Shifra Klein

This dessert tastes like a molten chocolate cake, but with much less work. The inspiration for this dessert is from Glatt a la Carte in Brooklyn, N.Y. It can easily be made ahead and will wow your guests with its gloriously rich, chocolaty flavor.


Chocolate Carrot Cake

chocolate carrot cake

September 13th 2013By Shifra Klein

Chocolate is a great flavor addition to the classic carrot cake. This cake is moist and satisfying and really simple to make. A great option for a Rosh Hashana (or anytime) dessert, celebrating the tradition of eating carrots on the Jewish New Year.


Chocolate Cake

Chocolate Cake

April 6th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Enjoy this non dairy chocolatey cake for a any occasion. It is moist and fluffy and absolutely divine.


Babka Bundt Cake

Babka Bundt Cake

November 30th 2011By Paula Shoyer

Everyone loves chocolate babka. Here is a way to make it look more like an elegant cake, but still have the soft and gooey experience of traditional babka.


4 Pesach Desserts Better Than a Bakery

passover desserts

March 20th 2013By Joy of Kosher