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10 Vegan Hanukkah Recipes

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Hanukkah is here and that means spinning dreidels, lighting the menorah and feasting on delicious food! Speaking of food… Here are ten vegan Hanukkah recipes for every vegan celebrating out there:

Pumpkin-Spiced Latkes

© One Green Planet

What’s Hanukkah without potato latkes? This recipe from One Green Planet is the perfect vegan version of your favourite Jewish dish – but with a twist!

This easy recipe serves 7-8 people and the added pumpkin flavour gives it an extra special touch.

If you’re not a pumpkin fan, there’s no need to worry! One Green Planet also has a recipe for Sweet Potato and Apple Latkes. Both recipes are vegan and gluten-free.

Vegan Challah

© My Jewish Learning

Hanukkah’s isn’t the same without homemade challah. My Jewish Learning has provided the perfect vegan challah recipe.

Vegan Sufganiyot (Jelly Doughnuts)

© Hell Yeah It’s Vegan!

Everybody can’t wait for dessert all because of one culprit: sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts). Thanks to this recipe from Hell Yeah It’s Vegan!, you won’t have to miss out!

You can also try actress Mayim Bialik’s recipe via the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETAhere.

Oven-Roasted Beets

© Delish

This easy recipe makes a great appetizer or side. Created by Delish, this recipe is not only simple, but delicious, as well!

Vegan Rugelach

© Genius Kitchen

Another pastry to look forward to is rugelach. You’ll find it at bakeries and cafes everywhere in Israel and most likely at every Hanukkah table.

We recommend adding vegan dark chocolate chips and marzipan pieces inside the dough of this vegan rugelach recipe from Genius Kitchen after rolling it out to add a little extra sweetness.

Egg-Free Vegan Matzo Ball Soup

Check out this vegan Ashkenazi Jewish soup recipe from The Spruce. It’s healthy, vegan and delicious!

Classic Applesauce

© Standard

Top things off with a little bit of applesauce. This classic recipe from Martha Stewart features McIntosh apples, which make the recipe that much more authentic.

Cabbage Rolls

© FatFreeVegan.com

Take your feast up a level with these vegan cabbage rolls from FatFree Vegan Kitchen. They’re just as good as the rolls with beef – only minus the cruelty!

Mushroom Walnut Pâté

© One Green Planet

Bring something new to the table with this vegan and gluten-free Mushroom Walnut Pâté recipe from One Green Planet.

It’s easy to make and the final product can be enjoyed on breads or as a vegetable dip.

Chocolate Mandelbrodt

© Vegan Start

Mandelbrodt, also known as Mandel Bread, is another reason to look forward to dessert. This recipe from Vegan Start is easy and the perfect addition to your Hanukkah feast.

Oh! And here’s something extra

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