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Add a seasonal twist to the traditional braided bread by adding pumpkin!
There’’s not much this “Jewish Penicillin” can’’t cure!
Though they’’re not fried in oil, these struedel-like cookies are a Hanukkah delicacy.
Fruity, fizzy, and fun, this toasty punch is a perfect drink for a party or special dinner.
The ancient Israelites may not have been noshing on onion rings, but these tasty Os capture the holiday spirit.
The latkes are gone, and you still have a pint of leftover sour cream? Give this tangy tart a try!
With only enough oil for one night of light, the temple lamps burned for eight.
This all-fruit interpretation of sufganiyot uses apples and pears instead of dough for a (slightly) healthier — but just as festive — take on the classic sweet.
A dish hearty enough for an army of hungry Maccabees, this root beer-infused brisket uses a slow cooker to lock in moisture.
Sometimes you just need a no-frills latke. Celebrate the miracle of lights by frying up a batch of these potato pancakes.
Applesauce is to latkes what ketchup is to French fries — you can eat ’them without, but why would you? Since this ultra-simple recipe also freezes well, you can enjoy the fruits of your labor long after the candles have burned low.
Curry powder adds a little heat to this Hanukkah table classic, while sweet potatoes give the meal a nutritional boost.
Is there a better way to celebrate a miracle than with jelly donuts? The lemon zest adds a sophisticated twist to the traditional version, though if your kids are purists — or picky eaters — they’’re also delicious citrus-free.
How cute are these deep-fried delights? While these mini donuts are perfect for any festive party, you may find yourself whipping up a batch to keep hidden in your own kitchen!
Mandel brot are deliciously crunchy twice-baked cookies — think the Jewish version of biscotti.
If you want all your favorite traditional flavors without any added guilt, look no further than this delicious brisket recipe.
Double the deliciousness this holiday season with 16 Hanukkah recipes that are sure to impress your guests.
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