This charoset recipe is one of my favorite Passover desserts. During the Seder, this sweet, fruity dish holds a special, symbolic place, reminding us of the mortar which the Jews used to bond bricks while enslaved in Egypt.
My version of charoset is a blend of the two traditions –and as always, gluten-free and lower in sugar!
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