The Best Chanukah Recipes from Latkes to Desserts

The Best Chanukah Recipes from Latkes to DessertsChanukah is celebrated on the 25th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev (late November or December, depending on the lunar year.) Since the name itself means “to dedicate,” Chanukah commemorates the rededication of the Temple that was once stolen and desecrated by the Greeks in 168 B.C.E.

When the Jews regained control of their place of worship, only enough oil remained to light the menorah for one night. Miraculously, the flame stayed lit for eight whole nights, which signifies the celebration of the Eight Nights of Chanukah.

Eight nights of celebration calls for eight nights of Chanukah recipes!

We’ve got you covered below!  Kick off your latke party with these amazing recipes! They are sure to delight.

Chanukah is a beautiful tradition that has been passed down for thousands of generations. Below, we have found some time-honored classic Chanukah Recipes served during the Jewish holiday. But since we always like to bring a brighter variety to the table, we’ve found some unconventional Chanukah recipes for you to try at home, too!

 

 

Sweet Potato, Turnip And Parsnip Latkes

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Homemade Hanukkah Gelt

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Rogalik

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Cheese And Herb Rugelach

Cheese And Herb Rugelach

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Dilled Matzo Ball Soup

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Glazed Apple Bundt Cake

Glazed Apple Bundt Cake

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Pumpkin Cranberry Munchkins For Thanksgivukkah

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Sufganiyot

Sufganiyot

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Hanukkah Potato Chips

Hanukkah Potato Chips

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Rainbow Latkes

Rainbow Latkes

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Brisket

Brisket

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Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler

Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler

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Vegan Cauliflower Steaks With Roasted Carrots

Sweet Potato Turnip And Parsnip Latkes

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Traditional Potato Latkes

Latke Party for Chanukkah

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Delicata Squash and Sage Biscuits

Delicata Squash and Sage Biscuits

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Fried Chickpeas With Sage Recipe

Fried Chickpeas With Sage Recipe

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Double Deep Chocolate Hanukkah Layer Cake

Double Deep Chocolate Hanukkah Layer Cake

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Get the recipe here for this Double Deep Chocolate Hanukkah Layer Cake 

 

 

 Challah

Challah

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Classic Potato Kugel

Classic Potato Kugel Recipe

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Zucchini Fritters With Tzatziki

Zucchini Fritters With Tzatziki

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The Best Chanukah Recipes from Latkes to Desserts

 

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Jessica Melvin is a student of Pediatric Occupational Therapy. She has been interested in the growth and development of infants and children for many years. In 2012, Jessica devoted more than 200 volunteering hours at an orphanage in Costa Rica while simultaneously shadowing an English teacher at the local elementary school. She has worked as the lead infant teacher at a preschool for over 3 years, and she recently spent 9 months nannying twin toddlers. Struggling with weight in her teenage years, Jessica lost nearly 80 pounds due to a change in her diet and an increase in exercise. Her experience has inspired her to help educate the parenting sector about the importance and availability of health conscious decision-making. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys teaching yoga to toddlers and friends, reading inspirational books, and re-creating healthy recipes.