We're making the festival of lights brighter with 8 new twists on traditional Hanukkah recipes.
Traditionally served in Israel in the weeks leading up to Hanukkah, these sufganiyot get a modern update with creamy dulce de leche filling.
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Prep Time: 60
Total Time: 165
Servings: 30 servings (1 sufganiyot each)
Fun to enjoy during a spirited round of dreidel, these simple-to-make cookies require only three ingredients.
Prep Time: 10
Total Time: 20
Servings: 16 servings
The traditional version of this Hanukkah treat is usually filled with jelly, but using hazelnut spread as the filling updates it into a new holiday classic.
Prep Time: 640
Total Time: 660
Servings: 8 servings
We livened up traditional latkes by using sweet potatoes and adding tart apples and cinnamon. This Hanukah favorite is ready in only 30 minutes.
Prep Time: 15
Total Time: 30
Servings: 6 servings (2 latkes each)
While rugelach are traditionally filled with fruit or jam, you can give a spin to tradition and serve them as a savory finger food before holiday dinner.
Total Time: 75
Servings: 10 servings (2 each)
Golden delicious apples are transformed in just 45 minutes into sweet and cinnamony homemade applesauce. Serve it chilled on its own or as a warm side dish.
Total Time: 45
Servings: 8 servings (1/2 cup)
With a quick 20-minute prep time, this cheese-laden side dish is the perfect foil for a meaty holiday entrée.
Prep Time: 20
Total Time: 80
Adding soy, ginger, sesame and other Asian ingredients to this classic slider recipe creates a fusion combination that's truly delicious.
Prep Time: 5
Total Time: 180
Servings: 6 servings (2 sliders each)