Close your eyes and imagine a cross between toast, cake, and French toast. Are you thinking of bread pudding? If so, you’re on the right track. Bread pudding is creamy yet chewy, and should definitely be eaten on the couch while you're wearing cozy socks.
Apples dipped in honey are eaten during Rosh Hashanah to signify hope for a sweet new year. While apples and honey are a delightful snack, I decided to round out the meal with an apples and honey strudel, topped with a nutty tahini glaze. Tart and soft, and just a little sweet with honey and bourbon-soaked dates, this apple strudel is one of those dessert-or-breakfast pastries you’ll make once, and then likely once a week for the rest of fall. I think a sour Granny Smith is the best baking apple, but if you like them super sweet, go for Gala.