Between the endless rounds of dreidel and lighting of the candles each night, there is plenty of fun to be had throughout the eight days of Hanukkah. After a hearty dinner of brisket, challah, and other Hanukkah staples, you've got to finish the night with some sweet desserts. From rugelach to donuts to macaroons, we aren't shy about ending the festival of lights with a great treat. Whether you're hosting a Hanukkah party or just wanting to make a little something for your family at home, these healthy Hanukkah dessert recipes are the ultimate guide to your sweet Hanukkah celebrations.
Cherry and Pistachio Rugelach
You can switch out the cherry preserves and dried cherries for another fruit that comes in both spread and dried form, such as apricot, currant, or blueberry.
Pretty Packaging: These rustic cookies can handle a more rustic approach to wrapping. Carefully place the cookies into a cellophane bag, then drop inside a burlap bag; cinch with a ribbon.