- 3 eggs
- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup cottage cheese
- 1 cup matzo meal
- 1 Tbsp. sugar
- 3/4 tsp. salt
- 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
- Beat eggs with milk. Add cottage cheese.
- Mix matzo meal with sugar, salt and cinnamon. Add to egg mixture
- Drop from tablespoon onto hot, greased frying pan. Brown on
- Serve hot with sour cream, applesauce or sugar.
Hanukkah candy dreidel
Children will love to make their own edible dreidels.
- Thread the toothpick through the marshmallow.
- Add a Hershey's chocolate kiss to the end.
- Spin and eat!
*A small piece from a licorice string can be used to make this
totally edible and eliminate any hazards from the toothpick for
Source: The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen, Authored by Joan
Nathan. Copyright by Schocken Books Inc.
Hanukkah cupcake menorah
This edible menorah should not take the place of lighting a real
Hanukkah Menorah, but it is fun for kids to make, light and then
eat and fun to use as a centerpiece for a Hanukkah party.
- For each Cupcake Menorah you want, make 9 cupcakes using a
simple cake mix.
- Frost each cupcake.
- Use aluminum foil to create a boat large enough to hold 9 cupcakes
in a row.
- Line 8 cupcakes in a row. Raise one cupcake (the Shamash) higher
than the rest by placing it on top of some cookies.
- Insert a candle into the center of each of the 9 cupcakes.