5 Fruit Desserts for Tu B’Shevat

Tu B’Shevat, aka the New Year for trees, is traditionally celebrated by eating fruit, specifically the fruits of Israel, which includes grapes, figs, pomegranates and dates.

Here are 5 of my favorite fruit desserts that will add a sweet treat to your celebration:

1. Frozen Yogurt Grapes 

Quick option for those short on time and popular with kids.

2. White Chocolate and Fruit Bark

I love how the colors pop against a smooth white background. Really yummy and can be prepared in advance.

3. Fig Bars with Walnuts

Anything with a crunchy topping is popular at my house. These are like upscale Fig Newtons.

4. Citrus and Pomegranate Fruit Salad 

A lighter option for anyone on a diet or diabetics.

5. No-Cook Date Truffles

No baking, very little fuss and a fun project for the whole family.


Do you have a special fruit recipe to share?

16 thoughts on “5 Fruit Desserts for Tu B’Shevat

  1. ellen beck

    I eat frozen grapes all summer long, these are much fancier! I like the idea of figs and dates both fruits I love but it doesnt seem to be many recipes for. I love your fig newtons they look delicious.

    1. The Jewish Lady Post author

      If you enjoy dates, you might want to try date and nut bread. It’s a moist, slightly sweet treat and easy to make (no yeast). I love frozen grapes, too!

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