From brisket and kugel, to latkes, rugelach, and challah bread, these Hanukkah recipes are perfect for celebrating the Festival of Lights.
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Challah is a rich and slightly sweet pillow-y bread that is traditionally served every week for the Sabbath and major Jewish holidays.
These classic Potato Latkes have a tender inside and crispy exterior. Traditionally made for Jewish holidays, anyone can enjoy this latke recipe.
Classic Matzo Ball Soup for Passover, Hanukkah, Yom Kippur, or when you’re feeling under the weather!
Noodle Kugel is a traditional Jewish holiday casserole similar to bread pudding, but with noodles instead of bread.
It’s so festive with pretty blue and white colors, no bake, and a fantastic last minute treat for holiday parties!
With a moist and chewy inside and toasty outside, they are completely irresistible!
Deep fried pillowy Sufganiyot Jelly Donuts are a real Hanukkah treat! Dusted in powdered sugar, they are completely irresistible!
Rugelach may look and taste fancy, but these cookies are surprisingly easy to make.
Crunchy with a light almond flavor, Mandelbrot is a twice-baked, non-dairy Jewish cookie that’s similar to Italian biscotti.
Matzo Toffee is the best sweet and salty treat for Jewish holidays! Crunchy, buttery, and undeniably addicting.
It’s a simple dairy-free loaf cake where honey really shines, with a super moist crumb and crisp caramelized edges.
This Poppy Seed Cake is light and moist, with a sweet but nutty flavor and a little bit of texture thanks to the poppy seeds.