I was talking to my friend Rivky Manies, author of the cookbook “Recipes Unplugged”, a superb and handy recipe collection, that uses no machinery (other than an oven or stove top) and asked her about her favorite donut recipe;
Here's yet another activity to keep your children entertained over Hanukkah. With all the Rainbow Loom craze going on, I figured that loom bands would certainly be the perfect idea to keep the children busy at your Hanukkah party.In honor of Hanukkah, I set up the Rainbow Band Stand to look like a menorah.
Arrange different color loom bands in 8 shot glasses. For the shamash, I used...
Here is a Hanukkah game that is sure to keep all players laughing and giggling. My sister came up with this idea a few years ago, and it is always a blast to play.I hope that you will enjoy this game as much as my family does.
Hannukah fun! Number of players: 2 or more Ages: 5-105 Supplies: One wrapped gift per player and this “right-left” story printed out
Players sit around the table or in a circle on the floor, each...
Gelt Necklaces-where style and tradition meet! Standing at the Paskez booth at Kosherfest last week, I noticed chocolate Chanukah Gelt in a variety of colorful wrappers. Always on the lookout for Chanukah party ideas, keepsakes, and crafts, I realized that there was potential for a great craft. Mimicking the Susan B. Anthony necklace, I found out that these colorful gelt coins, when paired with a matching chain, make an adorable necklace! They can be made very basic and simple with just string,...
Here's another idea for these sleek looking shot glasses that I used to create the pearl hanukkah-candy-menorah/. As with the candies, they create simple, yet striking (and certainly sweet)
centerpieces for your Chanukah parties!
Striped Jello Menorah
With a couple of simple steps you can create eye-catching striped jello “candles”. You’ll find that not only are the results a conversation piece, but each step fun and intriguing as you add each layer one by one.
For best results use Kolatin® Jello, as it congeals...
Here is a fantastic idea for the children to make and use at a Hanukkah party.This will remind you of Spin-Art It’s very simple to make ,and it will put to good use all of those old CD’s laying around.
- Crayola marker or comparable size
- Glue gun
- Stickers, rhinestones (optional)
- Decorate CD with stickers and rhinestones (optional).
Nun-Gimmel-Hey-Shin- You’ll be amazed how this dreidel can spin! Though not the toy for a game of Dreidel to compete- You’ll have a blast making it, and it’s fun to eat!
10 Gum Drops, Dots, or Licorice Nibs 21 Toothpicks
Construct two squares, using four candies and four toothpicks for each square.
Attach the two squares with four additional toothpicks to form a cube.
I found these sleek looking shot glasses in a number of discount stores. Lined up neatly, they can create a simple, yet striking (and certainly sweet) centerpieces for your Hanukkah party.When purchasing the shot glasses, stick with something simple. The simpler the glass, the more dramatic the projects will look.
Hanukkah Donut Pops
This is a Hanukkah variation of cake pops. Purchase unglazed donuts pre ordered from a local donut shop or you can make them on your own using a Mini Doughnut Maker (I prefer to make them on my own, this way I avoid some of the excesses oil donuts are notorious for). Decorate them with the icings and toppings listed below, wrap them in a clear cellophane paper and...