Jewish cakes

    Find Jewish cakes - both traditional recipes, as well as cakes that can be enjoyed whilst keeping kosher. We have delicious almond apple cake, matzo cakes, Jewish apple cake, Passover chocolate brownies and lots more.

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    31 reviews

    Serve this delicious brownie cake made with matzo meal at Passover!

    Recipe by: Sharone Rosen

    24 reviews

    A delightful orange-flavoured sponge cake, perfect for Passover. This cake recipe uses fine matzo meal.

    Recipe by: JANWEISBERGER

    9 reviews

    This cake uses ground almonds to replace the flour usually found in cakes. Be careful when preparing the almonds in a food processor because electric machines bring out the oil in nuts. Whizz a handful at a time.

    Recipe by: Barbara

    174 reviews

    A moist apple cake that is perfectly spiced with cinnamon. There's no dairy in this recipe. Use a mild-flavoured vegetable oil for best results, such as rapeseed or sunflower. The oil is what helps to keep this cake deliciously moist.

    Recipe by: JBS BOX

    27 reviews

    This moist honey cake filled with raisins and almonds is perfect for Rosh Hashana. It receives extra flavour from a honey and lemon glaze.

    Recipe by: san

    79 reviews

    This is an easy recipe and it tastes great! A simple cake made from scratch, flavoured with honey and orange.

    Recipe by: Julia

    5 reviews

    Here's my "deceptive" purple velvet torte. It's gluten free, dairy free and kosher for Passover. Enjoy!

    Recipe by: elanaspantry

    No reviews

    This recipe has no fat and transforms some everyday ingredients in to something very delicious. This cake recipe also ticks all the boxes for a flexible cake, it can be made in advance, it is parev and it is ideal for Pesach.

    Recipe by: deniseskitchen

    64 reviews

    My mum, Faye Grant, has been making this apple cake for her Seders for years. It's the best apple cake recipe you'll ever taste!!

    Recipe by: Shelley Ross

    No reviews

    We traditionally bake honey cakes for the Jewish New Year. I usually find them too dry or too sweet. This honey-drenched cake is moist and delicious. It improves with age, so prepare it a day or two before serving.

    Recipe by: Edith

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