There are so many amazing hamantaschen photos on Instagram (that have our mouths salavating), that we just had to look up the recipes and share some of our favorites. Here are our top 10, although it was soooo hard to choose!
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I met Liz Rueven approximately a year ago, and she is one amazing woman, extremely talented, knowledgeable and friendly. I was so thrilled when she used some of our Hanukkah décor for her WTNH segment and am excited to share some of the wonderful recipes she features on her site. These hamantaschen have the perfect pairing of chocolate and orange.
Liz Rueven teamed up with Rachel Berger, The Kosher Dinner Lady, to create this beautiful and scrumptious dessert.
Who doesn’t like smores? Chocolate and Marshmallow in between graham flavored cookie dough. Need I say more?
Nina Safar suggests creating a hamantaschen sandwich bar for Purim with crispy triangle shaped cookies, an assortment of ice cream flavors, and toppings. Sounds like a winner to me!
I love the story behind these vibrant treats. Melinda Strauss’ husband came home with a bottle of rose’ and suggested that she make a Rose’ Hamantashen, and so she did. They look amazing and are almost too beautiful to eat (almost)!
Not sure which of these recipes would be my kids favorite, but these Oreo Hamantashen from Whitney Fisch may just be it.
Growing up in Brooklyn (where there are lots of Italian bakeries) I have had my share of delectable cannoli’s. A cannoli hamantashen is one I have never had, and just have got to try.
My son has a gluten sensitivity so always looking for great gluten free recipes. This is one that is on the top of my list.
I have mentioned what I think would be my kids favorite but hands down this would be my husband’s favorite. He is always looking for mini hotdogs at every event and we made sure to have them at our wedding.
Two favorite holidays, Purim and Thanksgiving in one creative meal!
Now, if you have never made hamantaschen before, we found this great article by Shannon Sarna, The Nosher with tips on how to make.
…and if you just don’t have the time to make, check out this awesome guide from Amy Miller, The Nosher on the best places to purchase these Purim (and anytime) treats across the U.S.