A sophisticated turn on the standard latke.
Sweet potato latkes offer up some beta-carotene to offer up some health to our latkes!
Why buy the store brand when this is easier, healthier and delicious?
Move over potato latke – I’ve found my new favorite patty! This dish is so easy to make, your kids can prepare the batter for you (but it’s probably safer for everyone if you do the frying!). Depending on your palate, you can serve these delicious corn patties with a side of salsa, a drizzle of maple syrup or on their own.
There are a number of variants to this recipe. When I was little, my mother used chow mein noodles, and because they were curly, we called them chocolate spiders. But this finished product looks a lot more like branches – ergo, “chocolate s’chach.” If you like the combining sweet and salty flavors (plus crunchy and chewy), this dessert is bound to be a hit with adults and kids alike!
Who doesn’t love a good cupcake?! These Sukkah cupcakes are easy to make. Use your favorite cake recipe to make cupcakes. My kids love this basic yellow cake recipe. They can make it almost entirely by themselves because most of the ingredients are pre-measured. These cupcakes are the perfect Sukkah project for big and little hands alike.
Why not start your festive Purim meal with a classic Martini?
This great fruity drink will deceive you! Sip slowly or you may get a little too woozy a little too quickly!
Achashverosh was a notorious insomniac. When cuddling with his favorite teddy bear under his fluffy blanket failed, he was known to summon his diary and his favorite drink! Ok, maybe I embellished the story as told in the Megillah a bit, but this after dinner drink is certainly fit for a king!