May 9, 2012


Charoset is traditionally served during Passover and can be found on the Seder plate. My family and I celebrate Passover each year. It is a special remembrance of the story of Moses in Egypt and a great reminder of the Last Supper. This wonderful mixture of apples, walnuts, and spices cannot only be enjoyed during Passover but throughout the year.
My family loves Charoset for an afternoon snack and I am enjoying it as a light, easy lunch option. Very refreshing and wonderful served on Matzos.


Recipe that my family uses
2 gala apples
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
a pinch of nutmeg
a pinch of cloves
1 tsp honey
1 TBS sweet Passover wine
(you can use grape juice for children)

Core and peel apples (you can leave the peel on if you like). Finely chop apples. In a medium size bowl add apples, walnuts, cinnamon, honey, wine or grape juice. Add more honey if needed and stir, combining well.
If you like this recipe check out my Charoset inspired

Crock pot Apples Stuffed with Walnuts

Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day!


  1. Hopping over from FB! Your Charoset looks scrumptious! I think I will stay for a while and browse your delicious blog :) Happy to follow!

  2. Wow this looks really delicious. I love that combination of spices with apples! Thank you so much for following my blog. Returning the favour :o)


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