Orange Honey Cake with Orange Mousse

 
Orange Honey Cake For Rosh Hashannah

September 2nd 2011By Paula Shoyer

This is a new kind of honey cake for Rosh Hashanah. I have made it square, but you can make it in 8-inch round pans too. I like to decorate the sides of the cake with candied orange slices (recipe below) but quicker options are sliced almonds or chopped pistachio nuts. Decorate the top with sliced berries, but always wait until just before serving so the fruit doesn’t bleed onto the cream.

 

Orange Honey Cake Recipe

 

September 5th 2010By Levana Kirschenbaum

I actually succeed in turning quite a few people on to my honey cake. Mine is moist and spicy and easy to love; I trust it will make you forget all the indignities of past dried-out and brittle honey cakes. I make it several ways, all scrumptious, but this is one of my favorite. The secret ingredient, orange marmalade, was shared by my dear friend Leah.

 

Mom’s Honey Cake

 

March 7th 2011By joyofkosher

A holiday classic, this honey cake is guaranteed to please.

 

Marmalade Spiced Honey Cake (inspired by Marcy Goldman)

 
marmalade spice honey cake

October 5th 2011By davises88

I've been making this honey cake for years now. But a happy accident several years ago has improved the cake. My sister make homemade etrog marmalade one year and gave me a jar. I substituted her marmalade for orange marmalade when I next made the cake. A dear friend makes homemade etrog liqueur, which I then drizzled over the cake. The next year my friend gave me the boozy pulp from when the liqueur was decanted. (Making the liqueur takes months of steeping and waiting.) I froze the pulp and defrosted some to add to the cake. Because the etrog has been shredded very fine, it basically disappears into the cake but adds a little texture and a lot of flavor. Although it was steeped in alcohol, it does not taste overly strong. If you have etrog liqueur, it's wonderful to drizzle over the cake before serving. I've also drizzled Single Malt Scotch over the cake with good results. The men at the table appreciated the smokey flavor and said it was like having a cake and a l'chaim at the same time. This cake freezes very well.

 

Honey Pecan Streusel Cake

 
Honey Pecan Streussel Cake

September 10th 2013By Melinda Strauss

This recipe makes two loaves of cake, perfect for a two-day Yom Tov. Instead of making an average honey cake this year, jazz up your recipe with a crunchy streusel topping! Here is my adaption of the honey cake my Savta always made for Rosh Hashanah.

 

Honey Cake Muffins

 
Honey Cake Muffin

August 23rd 2010By joyofkosher

 

Hazelnut Honey Cake

 

August 23rd 2010By joyofkosher

 

Easy Honey Cake

 
Easy Honey Cake Recipes for rosh hashanah

August 17th 2010By lea

This easy recipe calls for using coffee (it may be decaf). You may also add nuts or chocolate chips but they do fall to the bottom. It is very loose when the ingredients are mixed together, do not worry it will harden. Do not over cook it is quite moist.

 

Chiffon Honey Cake

 

August 23rd 2010By joyofkosher

 

honey cake

 

October 7th 2011By joannablumenthal

This recipe is for the cake contest for the month of october. I got this reciope from http://www.kosherbakingandpastry.com/2010/08/rosh-hashanah-recipe-honey-cake.html I use it every year!we share it with all of our friends!! also it lasts for a while, we always make extra, and since we are usually stuffed post yuntif-this cakes is still good for break-fast!