You may make a noodle kugel for dessert. This traditional Rosh Hashanah meal serves, but it can easily be halved or quartered to serve six. You can also use raisins, figs, or almonds instead of apples and pomegranate seeds. A kosher meat meal can also be served. Don’t be scared to utilize dairy-free alternatives if you’re a vegetarian.
Pomegranate knishes are a classic Rosh Hashanah recipe, but challah and honey pastries are also available. Another popular option is apple-based knishes, and the traditional bread is challah.