Now that we’ve infused all the things, it’s time to get baking. It wouldn’t be Rosh Hashanah in our house without a yummy appetizer or two, so I came up with these apple and honey turnovers. I love how they turned out, and so did my taste testers.
So you’re probably like, “Rin, we can’t actually have people over this year.” I know. I wish we could, too, but I have good news for you. These apple turnovers not only freeze well, but they also make an excellent breakfast. Ask me how I know, ha!
Another bonus is that they’re hearty enough that if you wanted, you could wrap them up to share via porch drop off for friends or family nearby. It certainly won’t be the usual way we celebrate, but if we get creative enough; we can still smile together through the holidays.
How are you changing up your High Holiday plans this year? Let me know on the comments below.