7 Jewish Foods To Keep You Warm This Winter

Get cozy with these delicious Jewish soups, carbs and sweets.

Yeah, yeah we know that hot chocolate is like the coziest thing to drink when it’s dreary and cold outside. And while hot chocolate has a surprising Jewish history, we also love to snuggle up with babka, chicken soup and a whole bunch of other cozy Jewish dishes. Here are a few of our favorites to make your winter a little warmer:

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  1. Chicken Soup with Matzah Balls
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Photo credit Kris Osborne

2. Foolproof Sourdough Challah

3. Sweet and Sour Meatballs

4. Yemenite Vegetarian Soup

5. Rye and Creme Fraiche Strata with Smoked Salmon from Food and Wine

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Photo credit Doug Schneider

6. Sweet Noodle Kugel

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Photo credit Sheri Silver

7. Caramelized Banana Bread Babka

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