KosherEye Featured Product
We have featured this company previously—how we love their Chipn'etzel line. . . but now we tried their newest product...and once again, we are hooked.
The Sara Snacker Peanut butter oatmeal chippy is a new cookie in their product line, baked with "extra creamy, dreamy peanut butter, crunchy whole grain oats and deep, rich chocolate chips". Trust us – these cookies are delicious, addictive and quite a luscious snack – and maybe, well why not, a new breakfast food -- perfect with our morning coffee.
Sara Leand is CEO and founder of the company. She created the Sara Snacker brand while in her college dorm room and sold them to the students on campus and to local stores. Fast forward past a career as a television agent and production company owner – now as a wife and mother, she is back in the cookie business!
For us, these cookies have a perfect balance – satisfying our sweet tooth but not too sweet. A new favorite snack, nosh or breakfast treat.
• Gluten free, All natural
• Made in small batches
• Certified kosher, Circle K-Dairy
• A portion of the purchase proceeds from each sale is donated towards the fight to cure Alzheimer's disease, www.alz.org
Available nationally, find a store near you or purchase online at SaraSnacker.com.
The Bold New Condiment
What is Slawsa? Cool. Crisp, cabbage based-relish with a salsa twist – it is rooted in an old family recipe that almost never made it to market until Julie Busha brought it to life.
We especially like it atop or on the side of hot dogs, burgers, pulled beef and for a kicked up a notch cole slaw or tartar sauce.
On November 15, 2013, Slawsa's founder Julie Busha entered the Shark Tank on ABC TV. The popular show features a panel of five Billionaires who consider investing in the presenter's business. Well Slawsa did not attract investors, but it certainly attracted attention. Julie's confidence and pride in the product was quite evident.
Slawsa is parve, is a hybrid condiment available in over 5,000 grocery stores nationwide.
• fat-free, cholesterol-free, gluten-free
• Low in sodium
• OU kosher parve, vegan
Here's a Slawsa recipe for an awesome tartar sauce: Slawsome Tartar Sauce
For more information or recipes, visit slawsa.com
Since 1865 Philadelphians and tourists have trekked to the Old Original Bookbinder's Restaurant, located dockside on the Delaware River. The restaurant grew originally out of the life of the seaport itself when Samuel Bookbinder opened for business.
Bookbinder's Specialties now offers some traditional restaurant favorites for at home use, and sold online and in specialty and grocery stores nationwide. Four of the varieties are both kosher and parve. We found these convenient to use, and an excellent addition to lunch or dinner cool weather meals.
Cuban Black Bean –Puréed black beans accented with corn, red peppers, onions, carrots, and a hint of proprietary spices. Fiber with good taste – need we say more? Vegetarian, Vegan & Kosher
Tuscan Minestrone – A blend of Mediterranean vegetables, beautifully combined with ripe tomatoes, white beans and gourmet spices. Only 80 calories per cup and 3 grams of fiber. Vegetarian, Vegan & Kosher
Zesty Tomato – A delicious combination of pureed ripe tomatoes, jalapeno peppers and ginger – a little ying and yang – not your traditional cream of tomato soup. Vegetarian & Kosher
Brandywine Mushroom – Brimming with a blend of fresh mushrooms in a sherry wine base. Vegetarian, Vegan & Kosher
• All Natural
• Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Vegan
• OU Kosher
• Approximately $3.00 per 16 ounce jar
As a lifelong chocoholic it is a struggle for those of us on the KosherEye team to pass by all of the fine chocolate stores that are not certified kosher. So when we find a fine kosher chocolate store and factory, we feel that we have reached Willy Wonka land.
Since 2009, Miami Beach Chocolates is recognized throughout the South Florida area as "Fine Handmade Chocolates". Its products are made with all natural ingredients including fine chocolate, butter creams, fruits and nuts. Miami Beach Chocolates does not add preservatives, extenders, or additives. The company is owned by Rachael and Eli Schachter, a mother and son team that focuses on quality, taste and presentation. Each bite, at least the ones we sampled, provided a rich, luxurious chocolate experience. The chocolate can be enjoyed by any consumer – choices include parve (dairy free) and cholov Yisroel dairy and regular dairy confections.
Available in Cholov dairy, Regular Dairy, Parve-Dairy Free
Seasonal Novelties including Passover
Can be shipped throughout the U.S.
Kosher certified by KM Kosher (Kosher Miami) and ORB (Orthodox Rabbinical Board of Miami)
The chocolate is available for order and can be shipped throughout the U.S. Miami Beach Chocolates is a franchise of Schakolad.
Visit the website at miamibeachchocolates.com
Coconut milk is a rich and creamy nondairy staple used in many global cuisines. For centuries, it has been a popular ingredient in cultures world wide, including Thailand, the West Indies and Hawaii. Coconut milk has served to nourish millions worldwide. Those in the continental U.S. are just becoming familiar with this food, its uses, and its beneficial fats. Native Forest introduced the first certified organic coconut milk to North America in 2001. Try it in soups, stews, curries, smoothies and baked goods.
• 13.5 ounce can
• Plant based, vegan, dairy free
• Kosher certified kehillah kosher (heart k)
• Rich in phosphorus
Native Forest Organic Coconut Milk is available on line, and in mainstream supermarkets, including Whole Foods.
Enjoy this recipe for Loco Coco Pumpkin Pie
By Rachel Harkham author of Get Cooking: A Jewish American Family Cookbook written with Doni Zasloff Thomas. For more fun and tasty recipes check out www.reciperachel.com
1 15-ounce can solid pack pumpkin puree
1 ¼ cup unsweetened full fat coconut milk like Native Forest
¾ cup packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
½ teaspoon nutmeg
¼ teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 regular 9" pie crusts (store-bought or homemade), or 1 deep dish pie crust and 2 tartlet shells
Place the oven rack in the center of the oven. Preheat oven to 425F.
In a large bowl, whisk together the pumpkin puree, coconut milk, sugar, spices, and salt.
Stir in the eggs one at a time until well incorporated. Stir in the vanilla. Pour the pumpkin filling into the prepared crusts.
Bake for 10 minutes. Reduce heat to 350F and bake for another 45-50 minutes, or until pies are set and the centers are not jiggly.
Serves about 6-8.
Recipe: kosher, parve, dessert
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