Top Hanukkah Recipes

A Hanukkah Recipe Roundup

Hanukkah Cookies

Even though latkes are a Hanukkah favorite, it might be a good idea to cook something else as well. Here’s a list of some of the best Hanukkah recipes on the web.

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Doughnuts galore

Hanukkah Doughnuts

Doughnuts are a more popular Hanukkah food in Israel than here, but it doesn't mean that we don't love eating them — especially these ones.


Jelly Doughnuts

Better than the Dunkin' Donuts version, these deep-fried jelly-filled sufganiyots are a holiday treat.


Spiced Cake Doughnuts


A wonderful holiday  twist on traditional jelly doughnuts.

Lots of Latkes

Vegan Latkes

A vegan version of Hanukkah latkes that still manages to be crisp and tasty.


Ricotta Pancakes

From The Daily Meal

The 'original' latkes were actually made with creamy cheeses like ricotta.


Homemade Potato Latkes

From The Daily Meal

Jewish food historian Gil Marks gives us his own recipe for Hanukkah latkes.


Perfect Potato Latkes

From The Daily Meal

Creating a perfectly crisp yet moist latke requires a delicate balance of the right oils and fats; a feat that this recipe worked hard to achieve.


The Latke Experiment

From The Daily Meal

For first-time latke makers or anyone needing a little encouragement, read about one cook's struggle to get it right.


Gluten-Free Potato and Zucchini Pancakes

From The Daily Meal

This version of traditional latkes incorporates healthful zucchini giving the dish a little more texture and nutrients — without sacrficiing taste. It's also the winner of our cookbook giveaway contest.


Latke Garnishes

Homemade Apple Sauce

Nothing makes a latke better than a homemade apple sauce — try this easy, do-it-yourself recipe.


Main Courses

Jewish Beef Brisket

From The Daily Meal

A longtime family recipe is the source of this brisket dish.


Fried Chicken for Hanukkah


Sticking with the fried-food theme of Hanukkah, this chicken recipe is a tasty and crunchy main dish.


Braised Brisket and Root Vegetables

If you want to add some vegetables and greens to your Hanukkah table, then take advantage of seasonal root vegetables that work perfectly alongside braised brisket.


Hanukkah Cutout Cookies

Add some fun to the dessert table with these creative cookie shapes.

Hanukkah Cookies

Almond icing gives these buttery cookies a nutty kick.


Honey Cookies

Hanukkah-blue frosting atop honey-flavored cookies makes these cookies irresistible.



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