Chanukah is the Jewish eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights,” celebrated with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers, and foods fried in oil. Why particularly oil you ask? Well, the miracle of this holiday was that there was only enough oil to light for one day, but the oil actually burned for 8 days! Yeah!!!! While we love traditions, we also like healthier versions. After all, we are in the 21st century! This year our first candle lighting starts Sunday, December 2nd.
Let’s look at easy fried donut holes, funnel cakes and some baked donuts!!!
Fried donuts that are easy to make:
- Donut holes using pancake mix. Click here for the recipe
- Funnel cake doodles. Click here for the recipe
- Baked donuts https://www.deliciouswithout.com/donuts/
Ideas for filling:
If you make your donuts in a muffin tin, you can get some pretty cute little puffs to fill. Using a filling tip on a piping bag, you can easily fill the donuts!
- Strawberry, whipped cream, vanilla custard, chocolate cream/mousse
Us your imagination and top with whatever you like
- Chocolate, Maple, cinnamon and sugar, powder, sprinkles. Click here for the recipes
Watch Miriam talk about the“festival of lights” on Breakfast Television!