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Orange, Sesame, and Honey Cookies

These are some of our favorite cookies. Crunchy and soft (is that combination even possible?) and subtlety sweet with a really cool orange honey scent. If you love toasted sesame seeds then you are going to love these. And in case you’re wondering….yes, they are even good frozen   Orange, Sesame, and Honey Cookies   Ingredients:   1 1/4 cups
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Apricot-Toasted Nut Granola

We know – Granola. It sounds so boring. Like how many granola recipes are out there? Tons is the correct answer and seriously, aren’t they really just about all the same?….We get it, granola is granola. Except when it isn’t. This isn’t the normal granola. The nuts are toasted first, lots of dried apricots, plump big raisons, honey and cardamom.
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Rosh Hashanah Honey Cake Apple Muffins with Honey Glaze

  It is Rosh Hashanah and so we wish you a very Happy New Year! For anyone out there that doesn’t know, Rosh Hashanah is literally the beginning of the Jewish New Year. So celebrate and be happy and have a wonderful New Year!! It is tradition to eat apples dipped in honey, to symbolize our hopes for a “sweet”
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Rosh Hashanah Honey-Walnut Cookies

  Happy New Year! Rosh HaShanah (ראש השנה) is the Jewish New Year. Over the centuries it has become associated with many food customs, for instance, eating sweet food to symbolize our hopes for a “Sweet New Year.” Typically honey is involved, as are apples. We did not put apples in these cookies however, there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t.
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Nana’s Honey Cake

This is a recipe handed down generations, literally. Rebekkah’s great-grandmother used to make this to celebrate the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. Let us be the first to tell you this honey cake is definitely a keeper. It is moist and deeply rich tasting and full of love. Because come on, how could a recipe from Old-Nana not be? It’s
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honey orange biscotti

Honey Orange Biscotti

I’ve recently started loving tea. I always liked tea before, but for some reason it was always second-best to coffee. No more! When Susie and I were in London last month, I picked up some tea from Fortnum & Mason (visit their website – their store is fantastic!). Anyways, this tea is amazing, so I decided to make something that could be
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  FLAPJACKS. When I say “flapjacks,” I’m guessing you’re thinking about pancakes. I certainly was until I learned of the British variety of flapjacks. These flapjacks are much more like granola bars, except that one of their main features is golden syrup, another item I had never heard of. Golden syrup is not as widely available in the U.S., and around me
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apple cupcakes

Apple Cupcakes with Honey Frosting

Happy October all! We’re officially into Fall! Fall is by far my favorite season. Sure, I’m cold all the time and love summer, but nothing beats New England in the Fall. Fall also means more pumpkins, more leaves, fewer thunderstorms, and more candy! I created this recipe last month, but I think it works really well for all of fall.
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No Cholesterol Low Sodium Chocolate Chip Cookies

  Yes, that is a mouth full of a cookie title isn’t it ? !! Not too mention that it sounds boring and come on already, how good can those kind of cookies actually be? OK, so they are not going to taste exactly like the kind we love….you know, rich tasting and the full of butter kind. But they
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Honey Cake for a Happy New Year

  Hello and Happy Rosh Hashanah from both of us here at Oh My Sweetie Pie. Every year, at least one of us makes Old Nana’s Honey Cake for Rosh Hashanah. Old Nana was my great-grandma (so, my dad’s mom’s mom). My mom wrote down this recipe after watching Old Nana make the cake. It’s great! FUN SIDE NOTE: Have
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