I grew up eating these sephardic donuts and they are the easiest donuts you will ever make! The dough comes together in less than 10 minutes, let it rise for 1 hour, and then you just drop messy bunches of the dough right into the oil. And don’t skimp on the powdered sugar!
Preparing for Thanksgiving is something I think about year round and I realized I never actually shared this recipe on my own blog! Thank you to an Instagram follower for asking me to update my Modern Jewish Thanksgiving Menu and now this recipe is here!
Here is a great hamantaschen dough that does not have to be refrigerated before you roll it out. I also love that you don’t need a stand mixer. Just a bowl and a spoon. This dough reminds me of a sugar cookie dough and it is very easy to handle. If you are looking for a richer […]
Yeah, these are as legit as they look!! Shredded carrots and spices like cinnamon and nutmeg in the dough, homemade pecan bourbon raisin filling, topped with cream cheese frosting that basically tastes like cheesecake. I left out the coconut because I’m the only one in my house who actually likes coconut…so totally top these bad […]
I can’t stop baking with tahini! Ever since I made the Thanksgiving-inspired tahini cranberry brownies I keep finding new ways to adapt them. Yes, these dairy free and grain free chocolate chip cookie sticks are actually an adaption from the brownie recipe because I’m awesome like that. Enjoy!
These latkes are INSANE!!!!! Legit, what could be bad about cheddar, jalapeño, cream cheese and potatoes?!?!? Jalapeño Poppers are traditionally made by stuffing fresh jalapeños with a mixture of cream cheese and cheddar, dipping in egg and bread crumbs, then deep frying. I’ve already turned hamantaschen into jalapeño poppers so it was time to do […]