Honey cake, or lekach, is traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashanah. Look here for interpretations of this recipe.
This is a moist honey cake with raisins and almonds and a honey and lemon glaze. We serve it at Rosh Hashanah.
This is an amazing dessert cake from Latvia. It's a beautiful combination of sour cream and honey in five thin cake layers. Very quick to cook with a very impressive result.
Tiessennau (cakes) Mel (honey) is a Welsh (Cymreag) recipe for sweet little cakes.
This is a traditional Greek cake called karithopita where a honey lemon syrup is poured over the lightly spiced walnut cake to create a moist and delicious treat with a minimum of fuss.
A lovely apple cake with a lots of apples and extra special flavour from walnuts, coffee, lemon and spices. A nice morning tea or special occasion cake.
You have to try these delicious cupcakes with strawberries and whipped cream. Perfect for an after dinner treat or a snack!
A really nice sweet carrot cake with cream cheese icing. If you ever wondered what those tins of crushed pineapple were for, this is it!
Honey lovers will love this cake which has honey in it and glazed over it. I even put a little honey in my tea when eating this.
This cake highlights the honey and orange to create a wonderful accompaniment to a cup of tea or coffee. Serve sliced with butter or margarine. Yummy.
The flavour of this cake can be a bit strange if you are expecting chocolate but once you get into it the carob and honey flavours are really nice.