15 Recipes for Hanukkah

Put on your yamacha, it’s time to celebrate Hanukkah!

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Like almost EVERY JEWISH HOLIDAY, Hanukkah is commemorated by eating food…lots and lots and lots of food.  We play dreidel for chocolate coins, we eat potato pancakes and donuts fried in oil, and if we’re really lucky, we get to dine on brisket, mandel bread, and rugulah cookies (or as we call them in our house, JEW-galah cookies!).

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While lighting the menorah and playing dreidel are important traditional rituals that make this holiday so fun, you really can’t celebrate Hanukkah without eating some tasty food…so here are 15 delicious recipes that you can make for Hanukkah, or any day!

Adam Sandler Hanukkah GIF by Saturday Night Live

15 Recipes for Hanukkah

Jumbo Potato Pancake with Sage

jumbo-pancake

Crispy Potato Latkes

pancakes

Caramel Apple Upside Down Noodle Kugel

noodle-kugel

Olive Oil Cake

olive-oil-cake

Pinata Dreidel Cookies

dreidel-cookies

Mandel Bread

mandel bread

Chocolate Pumpkin Almond Rugelach

rugeleh

Perfect Potato Latkes

potato pancakes

Jelly Doughnuts (Sufganiyot)

jelly donuts

Salted Chocolate Caramel Tart

chocolate tart

Gingerbread Hanukkah Cookies

gingerbread cookies

Stained Glass Hanukkah Cookies

stained glass cookies

Homemade Hanukkah Gelt

gelt

Jelly Doughnut Muffins

donut muffind

Hanukkah White Hot Chocolate

white chocolate

Every Monday is a “Reci-bee” post, where I share my favorite recipes, recipe collections, and cooking and baking hints and tips. 

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