Make Dr. Blossom’s vegan sufganiyot for your Hanukkah celebrations! »
Mayim Bialik shared her vegan sufganiyot recipe with PETA, because they’re pals, and it sounds delicious because when do jelly donuts not sound delicious? When you’re dead, I imagine. Unfortunately, PETA didn’t include a photo of these little treats, so we found a couple of other vegan sufganiyot recipes with gorgeous photos, because what’s a recipe without a picture?
The above is of Season of Karen’s baked vegan sufganiyot, a variation on a recipe from Vegan Yum Yum. Below, Inhabitat’s vegan and gluten-free version, adapted from a Babycakes recipe.
Which are you making? All three, right? Happy Hanukkah, let’s eat fried dough and potatoes until we pop!
Happy Hanukkah! Celebrate with Matzoh ball soup* from the Bitter Sweet blog! This recipe and the rest in the post come from Nava Atlas’ Vegan Holiday Kitchen, which I think I must get immediately! This picture is just too yummy looking! I love anything matzoh! Is it matza or matzoh? I always pronounce it like matza but my spellcheck is clearly leaning towards matzoh. But spellcheck is not always culturally aware. It seems to have only JUST learned edamame. But good for you, spellcheck! Progress is progress.
I used to love matzoh ball soup! I also used to be quite fond of matzoh brei. Does anyone have a great recipe for that? Tell me!
*Reader Yse informs me that celebrating Hanukkah with matzoh ball soup is like celebrating Christmas with a chocolate bunny! My bad! What a dolt. I’ll put up some latkes later. They are my real fave anyway.
Happy holidays from Brianna and her hot latkes!