In my constant effort to create desserts that no one can say no to I have found a non-dairy version of Peach Kugel. It may not be the most traditional dish but it makes an effort.
This year my son is about to turn three and is now ready to learn about his family and the holidays they celebrate. My dad taught me about Judaism when I was his age and I appreciated all the holidays. I celebrated hanukkah at home and Christmas with my mom’s family. Just like I got an Easter basket while celebrating Passover and my birthday!
So I decided to start out with a menu I remember from my grandparents house during a few of the holidays. Mushroom Barley soup from Sabbath with the Goldbergs.
Brisket from one of the holidays with Grandma Newman.
Latkes from Hebrew school events.
Coconut Macaroons from eating those after dinner with Dad.
Peach Kugel from Passovers in Florida. Ready for some delicious memories? Maybe you can use these to create a memory in your family.
Non-dairy Peach Kugel
5 sheets of unsalted matzo crunched up
1/2 hot water
-Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 13×9 glass pan.
-Toss the crunched up matzo in the water until slightly fluffed up.
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1/2 cup Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Sugar
1 tsp McCormicks Roasted Saigon Cinnamon
1 29 oz can of Sliced Peaches,drained
-Mix all of these together in a bowl and pour over the matzo.
-Sprinkle a thin coating on top.
-Bake for 30 mins covered with foil. 10 mins uncovered. Serve warm or cold.