Hanukkah is an eight day Jewish holiday that celebrates a miraculous a flame that burned for eight days. Because of this, many traditional Hanukkah foods are cooked in oil to represent the miracle of the light that burned in oil. Of course, the best fried food is a donut, whether you're opting for a cake or yeast version. For a lighter spin on these holiday treats, some of our donuts are baked as opposed to fried, which may seem counterintuitive to the holiday's symbols. However, we think it's the thought that counts, and there's nothing like a sweet, sugary donut to get you in the mood for the holiday season.
Sour Cream Donuts
Enjoy these delights for half the calories of a donut-chain version in just 40 minutes. At only 170 calories, these donuts offer that same great taste of your favorite store-bought treat, without all the extra calories and fat. Not only are they kid-approved, but baking them is much easier, way healthier, and less labor-intensive than going through with frying them.