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Celebrate the Festival of Lights with these tasty treats

It’s the first night of Hanukkah, and you’ve been preparing all day for your traditional feast. The rugelach smells incredible, the latkes are perfectly crisp, and your jelly doughnuts are almost ready when you realize that the kids are bored. They’ve grown tired of playing dreidel, and now don’t have anything to do to get them in the Hanukkah spirit. These edible Hanukkah treats are the perfect crafts to distract your children while you’re preparing the delectable holiday meal.

Edible Hanukkah Crafts for Kids

It’s the first night of Hanukkah, and you’ve been preparing all day for your traditional feast. These edible Hanukkah treats are the perfect crafts to distract your children while you’re preparing the delectable holiday meal.

Bread Menorah

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Have each child spread a slice of bread with nut butter. Stick nine carrots or celery sticks in a straight line down the center, each stick representing one of the nine candles on a menorah. Place a raisin on top of each “candle” using a dab of nut butter to represent the flames. Admire, photograph, and then eat for a tasty and nutritious treat.

Challah Menorah

Have your kids use challah dough to shape an edible menorah. Everyone will marvel at how incredible your golden brown menorah looks when it emerges from the oven. Place this on the table as a beautiful Hanukkah centerpiece.

Cupcake Menorah

Have your children group their cupcakes together to look like the base and add one larger line of cupcakes in the middle to create a menorah. Light the candles and take a photo of the kids standing behind their masterpiece before they blow out the candles and devour their creations.

Dreidel Cookies

Making sugar cookies isn’t just for Christmas. Buy some dreidel cut-outs, and make sugar cookie dough from scratch. Have your kids drizzle these dreidels in blue and white vanilla frosting. Teach them about the Jewish alphabet by having them draw the letters onto the cookies with icing.

Edible Torah Scroll

Have your kids create edible Torahs by wrapping two pretzel sticks, representing the atzei chaim, with a Fruit Roll-Up used to represent the mantel. Use silver balls to represent the crown of the Torah by placing them on top of the two pretzel sticks. Place one on each person’s plate for Hanukkah dinner as an adorable pre-dinner treat.

Hanukkah Gingerbread House

Create a gingerbread house with blue-and-white frosting to make a Hanukkah-inspired treat. You could also create one that looks like a synagogue. Celebrate your Jewish heritage by teaching your kids about the story of Hanukkah as they make their gingerbread masterpieces.

Homemade Applesauce

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Make an activity out of cooking homemade applesauce by teaching your children about the significance of the fruit in Jewish culture. Simply break the apples down in a pot, and have your children mash the soft flesh into a smooth sauce.

Homemade Gelt

Why bother with purchasing the store-bought, foil-wrapped variety when you can create your own gelt at home? There are a plenty of ingredients to choose from and chocolates to dip with, so you can create something “healthy,” like chocolate dipped apricots, or more indulgent, like chocolate-dipped wafer cookies or Oreos. Simply cover your desired ingredient in chocolate, and then wrap in gold foil to create homemade gelt.

Star of David Treats

Make a batch of Rice Krispies Treats, and have your kids mold them into Star of David shapes. Once the stars are set, your children can decorate the treats with blue-and-white frosting and sprinkles to represent Hanukkah.

Marshmallow Dreidels

For teaching children how to play the game, these are a fun tool to make and eat afterwards.

Skewer a marshmallow with a pretzel stick, taking care not to break the pretzel. With a bit of peanut butter or Nutella, “glue” an unwrapped Hershey’s Kiss to the flat side of marshmallow and set aside. Roll and dip the dreidel in melted chocolate, then let harden on a wax paper-lined baking sheet. Once the dreidel is hardened, you can pipe the various symbols onto the chocolate covered marshmallow with melted white chocolate. Let the dreidels harden overnight before using them to play games.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

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About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


Hanukkah Recipes for Kids

Need some food art inspiration during the upcoming festival of lights? Because I believe that no child should feel left out, food restriction (or religion too), I was so excited to take a stab at some super fun Hanukkah recipes for kids this year and could not be any more excited to share them with you here!

Let this Hanukkah season be full of creativity with edible treats that any child will love (adults too!) The best part is that all 4 of these Hanukkah Recipes for Kids are no bake and easy to make. Oh and they are also gluten free and vegan too. Now tell me, who’s got your back? That’s right, it’s me.

1. Hanukkah Puppy Chow : Take an old tradition of Puppy Chow and give it a Hanukkah twist with this delicious dessert snack. It’s the perfect blend of salty and sweet…and a hint of blue!

Hanukkah Puppy Chow

  • 3 Tbsp. peanut butter
  • 1 bar of nondairy white chocolate
  • 1 1/2 c. gluten free cereal
  • 1/4 c. powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. nondairy white chocolate chips
  • 1 handful gluten free pretzel sticks
  • blue colored allergen-friendly candies (I used NoNo’s)
  1. In a microwave safe bowl, warm up the peanut butter and white chocolate together until just melted.
  2. Place the cereal in a large plastic bag, add the melted peanut butter and white chocolate to coat the cereal. Add the powdered sugar, seal, and shake vigorously until evenly coated.
  3. Pour into a bowl, add the pretzels, white chocolate chips, and NoNo’s (or other blue-colored candies).

2. Star of David Pretzels : Surprise your little ones with a special treat with these Star of David chocolate-covered pretzels in their lunchbox. What a creative way to celebrate the holiday!

Star of David Pretzels (makes 10)

  1. You will need 6 pretzel sticks per star. Dip each pretzel stick into the melted chocolate. Assemble together on a piece of wax paper and coat with sprinkles.
  2. Allow to set until hardened. You can place in the freezer to expedite this process.

3. PB & J Dreidels : Turn a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich into fun-sized, edible dreidels! Don’t forget the strawberry Hebrew letters. Too cute for words.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Dreidels (makes 6)

  • 6 pieces of gluten free bread
  • peanut butter
  • jelly of choice
  • 3 strawberries, cut in half for the Hebrew letters on top
  • 6 gluten free pretzel sticks
  1. Slather peanut butter on 3 pieces of bread and peanut butter on the other 3.
  2. Cut the crusts off and slice in half. Cut the edges off for the dreidel shapes.
  3. Using a knife, cut out the Hebrew letters into the strawberries and place on top.
  4. Stick a pretzel stick into the tops of each dreidel.

4. Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt : Turn those fun Hanukkah coins into peppermint deliciousness. These peppermint patties are made with this secret ingredient that you’d never guess it was. Oh, and it can be made without refined sugar. That’s right, you heard me correct!

Peppermint Patty Hanukkah Gelt (makes 10 coins)

  1. After you have finished making the peppermint patties according to the recipe, wrap up in gold and/or silver foil.
  2. That’s it. So easy right?!

What are you waiting for? Go celebrate the festival of lights with creativity and glee with these 4 Hanukkah Recipes for Kids. And if you make any of these for your little ones, I so want to see them. Tag me on @forkandbeans and #forkandbeans on Instagram so I can get a peek!

YOU ALSO MIGHT LIKE:

About Cara

Based in Chicago with her husband and son, Cara is the creator behind the site Fork and Beans: A place where kids can have fun with their food.


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