Nothing marks the end of the Yom Kippur fast like a bagel (or two) with all the fixings. Serve this "Break the Fast" Bagel Board to slowly refill your stomachs after a day of fasting.
The Best Tuna Salad
Serve freshly made Tuna Salad as a lighter dish to refill a fasting Yom Kippur tummy. Furthermore, this recipe is delicious served on toast, crackers, a bed of greens, or grilled as a very delicious tuna melt.
This classic cheese Blintzes recipe makes a thin, crepe-like pancake filled with a creamy cheese filling, pan fried, and topped a simple berry sauce, or served with fresh fruit. Serve this as a sweet treat to break the fast for Yom Kippur.
Everything Bagels and Blueberry Lox
Get ready for a twist to a classic Bagel and Lox and a delicious dish to "break the fast" of Yom Kippur.
Basbousa (Semolina Cake)
This dense, moist, and aromatic Basbousa Cake will melt in your mouth! Filled with coconut, orange, almond, and honey – you can't go wrong with this dessert.
Coconut Water Smoothie
During the fast of Yom Kippur, your body cleanses itself from toxins. Instead of breaking the fast with heavy foods, try this hydrating and clean eating smoothie.
Challah Bruschetta with Lemon Ricotta and Honey
Challah Bruschetta with fresh lemon ricotta, olive oil, honey, lemon zest and salt is delicious, Kosher, and the perfect Yom Kippur appetizer for any table.
Rugelach Cookies with Cream Cheese Dough
A traditional Jewish treat, Rugelach tastes like buttery, light, and flaky croissants, but aren’t nearly as fussy. Break the fast of Yom Kippur with these delicious treats.
Roasted Eggplant Yogurt Dip
Flame roasted eggplant with Greek yogurt or labneh, roasted garlic, and tahini - what more could you ask for? This is a creamy, healthy and delectable dip that's suitable for breaking the fast of Yom Kippur.
Jeweled Black Rice Salad
Just take one look at this beautiful salad – it truly is a jewel! I love this gorgeous, subtly sweet side dish with forbidden rice, roasted butternut squash, apples, fresh mint and pomegranate arils. Serve this as a side or main dish for breaking the fast of Yom Kippur.