Whether we care to admit it or not, winter is coming! That means we’re gearing up for all things winter and got you covered with the essentials to bring to your next Hanukkah Party. Whether you celebrate Hanukah or not, the festive Jewish holiday has many traditional delicacies that are perfect for winter. Keep reading to find out what you’ll need to bring to your next Hanukkah party!
Latkes, AKA potato pancakes, are a delicious and greasy food that no home should be without during the cold holidays. They’re a delicious reminder of when the oil lasted for 8 days before going out and a testament to the Jewish spirit! For a tasty alternative or more variety, try making sweet potato or zucchini latkes! Enjoy with a side of sour cream and apple sauce!
No Hanukkah celebration can be completed without donuts, commonly known in the Jewish community and in Israel as “sufganiyot.” There are so many ways to have them, but sufganiyot are typically jelly donuts with powdered sugar! The simpler the better!
While not as traditional as Sufganiyot or Latkes, Hanukkah cookies are fun to bake and a great way to celebrate the holiday. Grab your Hanukkah cookie cutters add some blue sprinkles to the mix and prepare to light up your guests’ world!