First up is my own Apple Cake...everyone who has made this has raved about how delicious it is!
Such pretty Honeycomb Sugar Cookies from A Beautiful Mess.
Taiglach are small, knotted pastries boiled in a honey syrup, a tradition for Rosh HaShanah —these are from storyofakitchen.Honey Cake Skewers with Honey Caramel Sauce from the Oh Nuts blog are so chic.
This beautiful trifle shows off the pomegranate, an important symbol of Rosh HaShanah. If you or your hostess is kosher you'll probably want to substitute soy milk and a nondairy whipped topping to enjoy this after a meat meal.
If you're gluten-free like I am these honey cakes from glutenfreecanteen are perfect.
Honeyed Pears in Puff Pastry are so elegant and look like little bee hives!
Or, just forget baking and dip some small apples into caramel with an apple twig for the stick!
What will you be having for dessert?