Chanukah contains so much to entice, excite, and enthrall children. And often, it coincides with your child’s vacation time. Here are some great recipes that will let you enjoy quality time with your kids in the kitchen and superior noshing!
Popcorn balls are a blast to make and even more fun to eat. It’s a great idea to invest in a candy thermometer as you’ll use it for this recipe as well as for the fudge. It also comes in handy when you’re frying doughnuts.
If you like other “stuff” in your popcorn balls, such as peanuts or chocolate chips, feel free to experiment. view recipe –>
Every fudge recipe I’ve ever come across has sweetened condensed milk as one of the ingredients. This fudge is easy and delicious and is great with soy milk.
This is another recipe that calls for a candy thermometer. It is very important to use in this dessert so the mixture reaches the right consistency and will stay soft and fudgy even in the refrigerator. view recipe –>
I made these cheesecake pops for my friend Joyce’s grandson’s shalom zachar and they were polished off in a flash!
Some cake pops are made by using a melon scooper or mini ice cream scooper to scoop out the cake; I find it easier and just as cute to cut them up into little squares when they’re cold. The pareve cheesecake recipe here works very well because it’s a dense cheesecake that cuts easily and tastes wonderful with the chocolate. view recipe–>
An oldie but goodie. view recipe –>
This article originally appeared in Mishpacha Magazine.