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Hanukkah Desserts

Looking for Hanukkah desserts? Get easy to make Hanukkah desserts. Taste of Home has dessert recipes for Hanukkah including Hanukkah rugalach, cookies, and more Hanukkah desserts.

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Raspberry Chocolate Rugelach

Raspberry Chocolate Rugelach

Raspberry Chocolate Rugelach

Since we celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas, these cookies were always on the menu. The cookies can be covered and refrigerated overnight or frozen for up to two months. —G.P. Busarow, Whitehall, Montana

Cannoli Cheesecake

Cannoli Cheesecake

Cannoli Cheesecake

Combining two of our favorite desserts, this is a traditional holiday treat in my Italian family. We're always certain to pass down the recipe to the next generation.—Marie McConnell, Shelbyville, Illinois

Crisp Lemon Tea Cookies

Crisp Lemon Tea Cookies

Crisp Lemon Tea Cookies

Almost as much fun to eat as they are to decorate, these lemony cookies are the perfect backdrop for baking bits, sprinkles or glitter. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Winter Fantasy Poinsettia Cupcakes

Winter Fantasy Poinsettia Cupcakes

Winter Fantasy Poinsettia Cupcakes

Best-selling authors of the book Hello, Cupcake!, Karen Tack & Alan Richardson, spent a few days with us creating one-of-a-kind beauties that you can make at home—no special tools or talents required. Just bake your favorite cupcakes, have your favorite vanilla icing on hand and HAVE FUN!

Pistachio-Cranberry Rugelach

Pistachio-Cranberry Rugelach

Pistachio-Cranberry Rugelach

Traditional rugelach gets dressed up for the holiday with pistachios, cranberries, and snow-white icing. Rich but not too sweet! — Deborah Hinojosa, Saratoga, California

Cranberry Persimmon Cookies

Cranberry Persimmon Cookies

Cranberry Persimmon Cookies

During the holidays, I bake double batch after double batch of these moist drop cookies. Dotted with dried cranberries and pecans, the cake-like treats never last long.

Coconut Washboards

Coconut Washboards

Coconut Washboards

This simple yet satisfying coconut cookie recipe has been around for generations. Pressing a fork into the top gives the look of an old-fashioned washboard. —Tommie Sue Shaw, McAlester, Oklahoma

Chunky Apple-Cinnamon Cake

Chunky Apple-Cinnamon Cake

Chunky Apple-Cinnamon Cake

Here's a nice change from apple pie that's tasty and worthy of a special get-together—and it's very easy to make! Add a scoop of ice cream if you like. —Ellen Ruzinsky, Yorktown Heights, New York

Glazed Lebkuchen

Glazed Lebkuchen

Glazed Lebkuchen

Honey and spices give great flavor to these cake-like bars topped with a thin sugar glaze. They're especially popular around the holidays.

Apricot Raisin Rugelach

Apricot Raisin Rugelach

Apricot Raisin Rugelach

My Rugelach makes a classic addition to holiday trays. The flaky, buttery pastry slices encase a spiced fruit and walnut filling.

Brandy Pear Pie

Brandy Pear Pie

Brandy Pear Pie

I tapped into my French heritage for this recipe by incorporating Calvados, an apple brandy from the Normandy region of France. The sweet filling is balanced out by a buttery crust making for an indulgent treat.—Nicole Jackson, Beverly, Massachusetts
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