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This list will ensure that you have a special dessert for each night of Hanukkah.
Article Image From: Miri in the Village
1. Crispy Chocolate Hanukkah Bark
Nothing makes you feel special like being presented with a homemade gift, thoughtfully made and wrapped up beautifully just for you. With this in mind, I created a fabulously crispy, fruity, and festive Chanukah chocolate bark, lovingly topped with Chanukah-themed decorations.
From: family friends food
2. Hanukkah Stained Glass Cookies
I love how these cookies let the light shine through. It has a “wow” factor with kids and adults. Serve them as dessert for the 8 nights of Hanukkah and it will be a hit.
From: Living Sweet Moments
3. Snickerdoodle Noodle Kugel
Each thick slice of this towering kugel is swirled with cinnamon sugar and is coated with a rich and creamy sauce (similar to a dessert bechemal sauce) that’s simply divine. It’s all topped with a snickerdoodle cookie streusel that’s mind-blowing and will knock your socks off. The not-so-secret ingredient? No Yolks!
From: The Domestic Rebel
4. Nutella and Brown Butter Rugelach
Nutty, chocolatey, and sweet: a sundae in rugelach form.
From: Serious Eats
5. Vegan Hanukkah Star Spelt Cookies
Today’s new and improved Vegan Chanukah Star Spelt Cookies are a softer and more melt-in-your-mouth-ish version of last year’s recipe. They use spelt flour, so they are not gluten-free, but spelt is a low-gluten grain which personally sits well with me (unlike wheat).
From: the Colorful Kitchen
6. Hot Magen David Buns
These buns are wonderful hot from the oven, or warm with butter. Or cold. Or split and toasted and spread with butter and honey. Oh yum. To be honest, you can put just about anything on them, they’ll still be delicious.
From: Family Friends Food
7. Easy to bake Rugelach
This easy rugelach recipe is one that you will definitely want to add to your collection of holiday desserts. We’ve included step by step instructions below, you just can’t miss. You might want to get your family involved too, since making the cookies is definitely a labor of love. Just be sure to include about 2 hours of time for chilling the sweet pastry dough into your schedule. I love to make them in early December because this is a cookie that freezes beautifully. Even if you don’t celebrate Hanukkah, they are just too pretty not to bake!
8. Mini Sufganiyot
After spending a few days getting the thumbs down signal from my kids, I finally touched upon a winner. Using a 40/60 ratio, I was able to come up with a blend of alternative flours that replicated the original.
From: Urban Baker
9. AllSpice Blueberry Sufganiyot with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Filling
This is great for the flavor thrill-seeker. Unique, but with beautiful round flavors.
From: Miri in the Village
10. Hanukkah Sugar Cookies
Our tasty Hanukkah Sugar Cookie recipe makes a dough that is easy to roll out and cut into shapes. Kids of all ages will enjoy decorating (and eating!) these wonderful Hanukkah Sugar Cookies.
11. Hanukkah Cupcakes
Give them a try, and I would love to know what you think. By the way, this is a very easy recipe to make any time of year with your favorite frosting. Happy Holidays to you all!
From: Community Table
12. Bubbie Ruth’s Mandel Bread
The word mandelbrot means almond (mandel) and bread (brot) in both German and Yiddish. In America, these tasty little cookies are known as mandel bread. Typically mandel bread are twice-baked, which makes them crispy and crunchy. They’re perfect for dipping in your tea or coffee. Because most of the moisture is baked out of them, they also have a fairly long shelf life.
From: Tori Avey
13. Jewish Apple Cake
This Jewish Apple Cake is moist and full of sweet apples and cinnamon. Be sure to grab a slice before it’s all gone.
From: The Farm Girl Gabs
14. Halva and Chocolate Babka
Halva and chocolate combine in this heavenly babka. We all love chocolate babka, but try adding some halva and it takes it to another level.
From: Joy of Kosher
15. Hanukkah Honey Cookies
Celebrate Hanukkah with honey-flavored cookies cut into traditional holiday shapes.
From: Table Spoon
16. Chocolate Marshmallow Dreidels
For an easy spin on the Hanukkah top, whip up these fun, kid-friendly treats. Marshmallows form the dreidels’ bodies, chocolate kisses serve as the tips, and pretzel sticks act as the knobs. A quick dip in melted chocolate provides a surface for piping white-chocolate Hebrew letters.
From: Martha Stewart
17. Crisp Hanukkah Dessert Wraps
I’ve had great fun experimenting with fillings for these wraps. When developing recipes, I try to keep an open mind by asking myself, “What if …?” What if I added raspberry jam, so they would taste like little jelly doughnuts? Or what about a blintz filling, because blintzes are popular on Hanukkah? Or how about filling them with chunks of chocolate, or peanut butter, or bananas? The more I played, the more I realized that almost anything is delicious when enveloped in a warm, crispy golden wrapper.
18. Coconut Macaroons
These sweet and chewy two-bite macaroons have only five ingredients (not including the delicious bittersweet-chocolate drizzle).
From: Food & Wine
19. Chocolate Chip Challah
This Chocolate Chip Challah is delicious, impressive, and perfect to serve with your Hanukkah dinner or on Shabbat! It will disappear off the table.