The Most Drool-Worthy Hanukkah Food on Instagram

Some of the most beautiful Hanukkah treats ever.

From cookies to latkes to donuts and other fried treats, Instagram is all abuzz with all delicious things to celebrate Hanukkah. If you aren’t following along, we highly recommend you scroll through and get inspired or hungry or both. Here are some of our favorites so far.

From @sarahscookiejar in Michigan, these stunningly decorated cookies. Want to try your hand at some Hanukkah-decorated cookies? Follow our ultimate guide to decorated Hanukkah cookies.

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We can’t get enough of the decorated cookies, like these from @empeckabledesserts. Almost too beautiful to eat!

This menorah-shaped challah from @leland_of_antioch is too stunning for words. Perfect for Hanukkah Shabbat or for any Hanukkah celebration. We are seriously impressed.


In the category of mouth-watering latkes, there are almost too many to name. But we’ll start with these super-crispy potato latkes topped with French yogurt from @drew.foods. Um, yes please.

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Next up: this potato rosti (ok its not QUITE a latke, but still) topped with all kinds of deliciousness including cured salmon and caviar from @cy_eats. Call this delicious creation whatever you want — we will eat this all eight nights thankyouverymuch.

These sweet potato and currant latkes served with cinnamon honey cream is ideal for someone with a latke sweet tooth. Recipe is included in the post from @raleys.

Sweet Potato & Currant #Latkes with Cinnamon Honey Cream . Ingredients Cream: – 1 cup Sunnyside Farms Sour Cream – 2 tbsp. honey – 1/2 tbsp. cinnamon – 1/8 tsp. Raley’s Salt Latkes: – 1 lb. #SweetPotatoes, peeled – 1 small #onion, peeled – 1 cup Zante dried #currants – 1/3 cup whole wheat flour – 1 tsp. ground #cloves – 1 tsp. Raley’s Salt or to taste – 1/4 tsp. freshly ground pepper – 2 #GreenOnions, sliced – 1 Raley’s #Egg at room temperature – 1/2 cup Raley’s Vegetable Oil – Ground #cinnamon for garnish – 2 tbsp. chopped fresh #parsley for garnish . Directions Prep: 15 minutes #Cook: 30 minutes Serves: 6 1. Stir together sour cream, honey, cinnamon and salt in a small bowl. Set aside. 2. Grate potatoes and onion separately, using the largest holes of a box grater. Place grated onion in towel and lightly squeeze to drain. Stir together #potatoes and #onions in a medium bowl. Add currants, flour, cloves, salt, pepper, green onions and egg; stir well to mix. 3. Heat #oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Drop batter by heaping tablespoonful into pan and cook for about 3 minutes or until golden brown around the edges. Turn latkes over, press lightly with a spatula and cook for 3 more minutes. Continue cooking latkes in batches with remaining potato mixture. 4. Serve with a dollop of sweetened #SourCream and garnish with cinnamon and parsley. . . . #Raleys #BelAir #NobHillFoods #RaleysRecipe #Hanukkah #Chanukah

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And finally in the category of drool-inducing donuts is our new favorite Israeli bakery crush, The Showroom Bakehouse @theshowroombakehouse, located in Tel Aviv. They are pumping out all kinds of crazy sweet concoctions for Hanukkah including s’mores donuts and caramel popcorn donuts. We are in love.

Another Israeli banging out some killer donuts is chef Lior Maschiach @lioroooosh whose baked creations always have us wishing we lived just a smidge closer to Israel.

Over in Scotland @rabcooks is wowing us with these VEGAN Nutella sufganiyot. Can you ship some to New York please?

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These festive blue and white sprinkle-covered donuts from Broad Street Doughnut Company @broadstr-doughco just scream HAPPY HANUKKAH. Which is what we want to scream at all of you, nicely of course.

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