Apple Kugel

Apples apples everywhere!  

Although I may be one of the only people left who has not really begun to think about Rosh Hashanah menu planning yet… apple season falling out at the same time as this special holiday makes it a lot easier to be inspired with apple-filled recipes.

IMG_0067My daughters went apple picking with their school last week and came home with large bags filled with amazing crisp, sweet and absolutely delicious apples from a local farm. Right away we got to work with this easy and healthy apple and honey dish. A wonderful way to start a sweet New Year!

Apple Kugel




7 cups chopped apples (10 small or 7 large apples)

IMG_00741/2 lemon

2.5 cups almond flour

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon salt

5 eggs

1/4 cup oil

1/3 cup honey

sprinkle cinnamon



Pre-heat oven to 350.  Peel and chop apples.  Sprinkle lemon juice over apples, cover tightly with plastic wrap and set aside.  In a large bowl, combine almond flour, baking soda and salt.  Add eggs, oil and honey and mix well.


Pour in greased ramekins and sprinkle lightly with cinnamon. Bake 40-45 minutes or until light brown.

Yield: 15 ramekins 

Happy and Healthy New Year to All!

6 thoughts on “Apple Kugel”

    1. Hi Sherry, I don’t make brisket often, but if I do, I typically put rings of onions and chopped garlic at the bottom of the roasting pan, with a drop of water. I season the top with salt and pepper and then more onions and garlic. I cook it on low (about 325) for a few hours depending on the size. It’s basic but always a winner in our house!

  1. What type of apples are the best to use for this dish. This dish looks soooo good! I will try it for the holidays. Thanks for sharing. Harvey is gluten free , I always look for something new.

  2. Looks amazing!
    1-Where can one buy almond flour?
    2-how would you adjust the recipe if making it in ine pan?
    Thanks and Shana Tova!

    1. thanks tamara! most grocery stores have almond flour, and for sure every health food store has. I order very good quality flour from
      I do mine in one oan all the time, the problem is we finish it too quickly that way! I would bake this recipe in a 9 by 13 baking pan for about one hour or until looks light brown on top. Shana Tova!

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