15 Mouthwatering Hamantaschen Recipes for Purim

Whether you like your cookies classic, or savory, or even rainbow-dyed, there's a recipe out there for you.

It’s time to start fantasizing about hamantaschen. These three-cornered cookies, are typically filled with jams, poppy seeds, Nutella, or chocolate ganache. But here at The Nosher, we like to get pretty creative.


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Whether you like your cookies classic, or savory, or even rainbow-dyed, there’s a recipe out there for you. Check out our list below, and share your favorites with us by commenting!

New to hamantaschen? Our how-to video is a great place to start. And for more Purim recipes, click here.

Classic Hamantaschen

Best Hamantaschen Recipe

Gluten-Free Hamantaschen

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Milk and Cereal Hamantaschen

Chocolate Chip Cookie Hamantaschen

Guava and Cream Cheese Hamantaschen

Speculoos Hamantaschen

Chocolate Hamantaschen (yes this deserves its own category!)

Triple Chocolate Hamantaschen (above)

Hamantaschen with Ganache and Salted Caramel

Decadent Chocolate Hamantaschen

Chocolate Hamantaschen with Irish Creme Filling

Savory Hamantaschen


Pretzel Dog Hamantaschen (yeah, those gorgeous bites above)

Feta and Tyme Hamantaschen

Pizza Margarita or Steak & Mushroom Filled Hamantaschen

Wild and Crazy Hamantaschen

Unicorn Hamantaschen (pictured above)

Rice Crispy Treat Hamantaschen

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