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Nov 20, 2015

10 festive Hanukkah recipe and craft ideas

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10 festive Hanukkah recipe and craft ideas Author: Style At Home

Party Planner
Nov 20, 2015

10 festive Hanukkah recipe and craft ideas

By: styleathome.com


Hosting a Hanukkah meal this year? Whether you're looking for tabletop accessories, Hanukkah decor ideas or festive desserts, these projects are sure to help make your celebration fun and festive.


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10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Dreidel garland

"This crafty string of lights is a wonderful way to get kids involved with decorating for the Holiday of Light. This project requires time and patience, as it is quite detailed—nimble hands make easier work of it—but the results are well worth it! It should take you around two hours."   For full details on this project click here.

By: Jessica Strand Source: Aimee Herring Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Beeswax candles

"Light represents the eternal flame celebrated during Hanukkah, and these homemade candles are sure to add a special touch to any holiday gathering. Made of rolled beeswax and sprinkled with silvery glitter, they make great gifts for friends and family!"   For full details on this project click here.

By: Jessica Strand Source: Aimee Herring Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Hanukkah matzo bark

"There’s something about the salty, bland taste of matzo mixed with good bittersweet chocolate that makes this holiday treat addictive—you might want to double (or even triple) the recipe!"   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jessica Strand Source: Aimee Herring Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Chocolate marshmallow dreidel pops

"Who can resist this delicious take on the traditional dreidel that combines delicious marshmallows with rich chocolate?"   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jessica Waks Source: Donna Griffith Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Turquoise-glazed sufaniyot

"During Hanukkah, we eat a lot of fried foods to celebrate the miracle of the burning oil lamp lasting eight days instead of one while the Holy Temple in ancient Jerusalem was under siege by Syrian-Greek emperor Antiochus. One such treat that is commonly served for dessert are powdered sugar jelly doughnuts, called “sufganiyot" in Hebrew."   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jessica Waks Source: Donna Griffith Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Apple sauce

"A common companion to the traditional latke, this applesauce is a great addition to the menu. You may want to make a double batch just in case your guests like it too much."   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jennifer Bartoli Source: Jennifer Bartoli Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Classic latkes

"Latkes are a traditional dish to serve during Hanukkah. These potato pancakes are deliciously cripsy on the outside and made using grated potato."   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jennifer Bartoli Source: Jennifer Bartoli Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Pomegranate latkes

"For a festive addition to traditional latkes, try adding a few tablespoons of pomegranate seeds atop your fritters. The combination is heavenly and also looks beautifully vibrant on a plate."   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jennifer Bartoli Source: Jennifer Bartoli Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Smoked salmon latkes

"For a real holiday meal, add some smoked salmon and finely sliced red onion to top your latkes. With a little cream cheese or sour cream, it's a perfect combination."   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jennifer Bartoli Source: Jennifer Bartoli Credits: Style at Home

10 Hanukkah recipes and crafts for the holidays

Latke salad

"Latkes make a wonderful addition to a crisp green salad. Layer a mix of baby spinach leaves, arugula and radicchio and drizzle with a lemon and olive oil vinaigrette. Top with the crispy latkes. For a more complete holiday meal, try adding a poached egg on top - it pairs wonderfully with the potatoes."   For full details on this recipe click here.

By: Jennifer Bartoli Source: Jennifer Bartoli Credits: Style at Home
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