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Jamie Geller

5 Crave-Worthy Chanukah Desserts readers, meet one of our newest contributors, Jamie Geller! 

Whether you celebrate the Festival of Lights or not, we can all agree that there’s something unbeatable about sweet, fried desserts.

While these are traditionally served during Chanukah, you can add them to the menu at any celebration for a show-stopping twist on traditional desserts.

1. Jelly Doughnuts (Sufganiot)


Uber-easy jelly-filled doughnuts are ideal for Chanukah or anytime you get a craving. This version is fried in the traditional style, or you can try a baked option for a lighter take!

2. Nutella-Banana Egg Rolls

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The name says it all. These dessert egg rolls combine warm banana and creamy Nutella with a crunchy egg roll wrapper. Warning: You probably can’t have just one!

3. Cinnamon Sugar Churros


Light, crispy, and covered in sugar. These churros bring this fair-favorite straight to your kitchen in a recipe that’s a blast to make. For a fall twist, try Ginger Churros with Caramel Apples.

4. Apple Zeppole with Jelly Dipping Sauce


Zeppole are Italian pastries that consist of deep-fried dough balls. For the best results, make these right before serving so they’re hot and have the perfect texture!

5. Chocolate Raspberry Wontons


These bite-sized desserts are ideal for parties. Perfectly packaged in wonton wrappers, their crackling bite and burst of fruit are delightful and decadent.

Looking for more, amazing Chanukah recipes? Check out Jamie’s 8 Thanksgivukkah Latkes You’ll Love!

3 Responses to “5 Crave-Worthy Chanukah Desserts”

  1. Renita doyle says:

    I was looking for a recipe I saw on Rachel ray
    Everyday magazine site but I don’t have a credit
    Card to fill out the rest of that okay

  2. Renita doyle says:

    The recipe had peaches biscuik mix cinnamon milk
    it was on Facebook but I can’t find it on there now alright
    can’t think of the rest of the ingredients

  3. Debbie says:

    Love the donut recipe. Thanks.

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