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At summer camp, one of our favorite Israeli snacks is Bamba, which we especially enjoy on Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel Independence Day. You can make a delicious version of this poppable, Israeli snack right in your home.
These soft, seasoned potatoes are a Shabbat favorite at Reform Jewish summer camp. Pair them with a protein and a green veggie for a complete and delicious meal.
These creamy, crunchy chocolate balls are easy to make and fun to eat. Coat them in coconut, sprinkles, or both!
This is one of the many tasty recipes taught to campers at URJ Eisner Camp over the summer. Tomato jam is delicious on a grilled cheese sandwich, as a hot dog or hamburger condiment, or with eggs.
Have you tried avocadoes, bananas, ginger, chocolate or cayenne pepper in charoset? How well does traditional apples-nuts-wine charoset stand up to her cousins? Have an international Jewish taste test and discover your favorites
URJ Camp Kalsman campers learned to make this fun and easy dessert at virtual summer camp during the 2020 pandemic. Nw there are entire Camp Kalsman families out there making Pretzel S’mores! Here's the recipe so you can join us.
Crispy, savory, cheesy, and perfect, the pizza roll takes one of my favorite foods and transforms it into a portable, snack-sized treat. I've been known to grab a handful of these and a few pieces of fresh fruit from the shuk and call it lunch.
Here’s how to go about creating your own Rosh HaShanah cheese board, whether to serve as a holiday appetizer or a lunchtime indulgence during the Yamim Noraim.