Purim is coming! Whether you’re looking for a creative gift to include in some or you’re looking to treat yourself, we’ve got you covered.
Learn more about the history of hamantaschen in our Hamantaschen Guide, then take your pick between dairy dough and pareve dough, or try our gluten-free dough. Now you're ready to plan the rest of your holiday menu!
- Apple Hamantaschen Galette
- Chocolate-Filled Hamantaschen
- Hamentaschen de Panama
- Mohn (Poppy Seed) Filling
- No-Bake Hamantaschen
- Prune Filling
- Vegan Hamantaschen
- Curried Lentils and Vegetables
- Korean Braised Sriracha Brisket
- Oven-Fried Curried Tofu
- Pizza Hamantaschen
- Pomegranate Orange Sheet Pan Chicken
- Vegan Purim Pasta with Cabbage, Poppy Seeds & Pepitas
Other Savory Treats
- Persian Cauliflower and Raisin Kuku
- Persian Herb and Cheese Hamantaschen
- Persian Mast o Khiar (Cucumber Yogurt Salad)
- Persian Spinach and Pine Nut Kuku
Other Sweet Treats
- Almond Poppy Seed Pound Cake
- Almond and Sesame Seed Brittle
- Easy Palmiers
- Haman’s Ears
- Lemon Poppy Seed No-Bake Energy Bars
- Poppy Seed Cake with Blueberries and Labneh
- Queen Esther's Jaffa Poppy Seed Tea Cake with Orange Brandy Sugar Glaze
Looking for cocktails (or mocktails) to round out your menu? We've rounded up recipes for 9 drinks for a spirited Purim. Determine which cocktail resembles who you’d be in the Purim story, or try the whole M’gillah!
If you haven’t yet mastered the art of folding hamantaschen, check out this easy tutorial, which includes this how-to video from Jewish cooking expert Tina Wasserman. Tell us: What’s your favorite hamantaschen filling?
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