Chocolate Stars of DavidThe 8-day Jewish holiday Chanukah has arrived, and we’re celebrating with chocolate covered pretzels! ✡️ We used cauliflower pretzels to keep them gluten-free and dye-free candy to decorate. Happy Hanukkah to all that celebrate!
Chocolate MenorahThe 8-day Jewish holiday of Chanukah is celebrated by lighting an additional candle on the candelabra every night while singing traditional melodic songs. 🕎 In a world that can at times be tumultuous, may the menorah remind us all that light transforms darkness. We wish everyone a wonderful and peaceful holiday season.
Chanukah Apple PopsYou'd never guess these Chanukah treats are actually apples! With just some fruit, chocolate, pretzels, and dye-free sprinkles, your kids can transform basic ingredients into festive holiday snacks. Such a fun activity to get your kids into the holiday spirit!
Fruit DreidelsThese fruit dreidels are a fun snacktivity for children to celebrate the Festival of Lights. With only three ingredients needed, this snack can be made gluten free and vegan. Happy Chanukah to all who celebrate!
Sufganiyot MuffinsWith Chanukah finally here, we baked these “healthified” sufganiyot muffins. Generally, we eat fried jelly donuts stuffed with strawberry jelly on this holiday, so in order to get that same jelly-donut feel, we baked vanilla-maple muffins stuffed with naturally sweetened strawberry preserves. These gluten-free muffins are so unbelievably moist and dusted with cinnamon to give them a warm winter feel.
Cauliflower Latkes (Pancakes)These cauliflower latkes are a great alternative to traditional Chanukah potato latkes! Loaded with fiber and B-vitamins from the cauliflower and high in protein from the chickpea crumbs, this is a lighter version of the classic that's also kid-friendly.