5 chef-inspired Shavuot recipes

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Dairy… it’s a love hate relationship but with Shavout right around the corner it’s time to embrace it.

Yotam Ottolenghi’s Honey & Yogurt Set Cheesecake

Yotam Ottolenghi’s Honey & Yogurt Set Cheesecake (Photo: Jonathan Lovekin)

What’s especially great about this cheesecake is that you can prepare it up to 2 days before Shavuot and it will still be fresh and delicious for the holiday. Just make sure to top the honey and thyme directly before serving!

You can find the recipe here.

Uri Scheft’s Cheese Straws

Uri Scheft’s Cheese Straws (Photo: Con Poulos)

This recipe claims to be the ultimate snack.

Michael Solomonov’s Hand Stretched Phyllo Bourekas with Spinach and Kashkaval

Bourekas by Michael Solomonov (Photo: Michael Solomonov)

Chef Michael Solomonov is a five-time James Beard Foundation award-winning chef, so you know whatever recipe he publishes has to be good.

Ron Ben-Israel’s Cheddar, Cranberry and Pistachio Cookies

Ron Ben-Israel TREATS (Photo: Arthur Field)

Didn’t think cheddar, cranberries, and pistachios could go together? Well, think again. You can find the recipe here.

Eyal Shani’s Classic Cheesecake

Eyal Shani’s Classic Cheesecake (Photo: Miznon)

And finally, there’s Eyal Shani’s classic Israeli cheesecake. If you’re looking for a soft and fluffy way to finish off your Shavuot dinner, this is the perfect dessert for you. You can find the recipe here.

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