Eight Top Hanukkah Foods

A DIFFERENT TREAT FOR EACH CRAZY NIGHT

Baz Bagels’ Hanukkah Brunch Kit
Baz Bagel Classic Hanukkah Bagel

Hanukkah is almost here, and if you’re anything like us, you’re thinking about the food! You’ll find plenty of classic Hanukkah foods, like latkes and jelly donuts, on Goldbelly, but we’ve also got a spectacular assortment of Hanukkah foods both sweet and savory that are shipping nationwide in time for the holiday, and they’re guaranteed to put a smile on your family’s faces. Here’s one delicious Hanukkah food for each night of the holiday. 

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Hanukkah Rice Krispie Treats

Treat House’s Hanukkah Rice Krispie Treats

Treat House is putting a modern and stylish spin on classic Rice Krispy Treats, and they’re doing Hanukkah right with these themed treats – including a few big, chocolate-covered ones.

Jake Cohen’s Blue & White Cookies

Jake Cohen is a social media star and cookbook author who’s putting a fun and unique spin on classic Jewish treats. Case in point? This combo pack of black & white cookies, which have become blue & white cookies in honor of Hanukkah; and babka, which gets the birthday cake treatment with hundreds of sprinkles.

Carousel Cakes’ Hanukkah Blue Velvet Cake

Carousel Cakes’ Hanukkah Blue Velvet Cake

Carousel Cakes is renowned for its Red Velvet Cake, which has been named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things. In honor of the holiday, they’ve transformed it into a Blue Velvet Cake, a blue vanilla layer cake with cream cheese frosting.

Baz Bagels’ Hanukkah Brunch Kit

Baz Bagel’s Hanukkah Brunch

New York’s Baz Bagel has become famous for its tie-dye bagels, and these are colored blue and white in honor of the holiday. But these are no gimmick: they’re handmade and kettle-boiled in the classic New York style. This Hanukkah pack has everything you need for a Hanukkah brunch, partnering up the bagels with choice of two cream cheeses, a half-pound of classic Nova, and 6 Hanukkah Black & White Cookies.

Big Fat Cookie’s Giant Hanukkah Cookies

Big Fat Cookie’s Giant Hanukkah Cookies

Big Fat Cookie is creating some truly giant cookies – each one clocks in at six ounces! These huge special-edition Hanukkah cookies come in a variety of flavors, including Oreo, Peanut Butter Chocolate, and “Sufganiyot-ish,” decked out for the holiday. 

Zahav’s Lamb Shoulder Meal Kit

Zahav’s Lamb Shoulder Meal Kit

Philly’s Zahav is one of America’s most renowned modern Israeli restaurants, and their large-format Lamb Shoulder is their most iconic dish. To make this family-size feast, an entire lamb shoulder is brined, smoked, confited, and finally bathed in a rich pomegranate glaze. It’s shipped alongside hummus with pita, jasmine rice, and a selection of six Salatim (vegetable salads) on the side. And for dessert, olive oil basboosa.

Jars by Dani’s Mini Hanukkah Cake Jars

Jars by Dani’s Mini Hanukkah Cake Jars

If you’ve never eaten layer cake out of a jar, you’ve been missing out! In flavors including Red Velvet, Cake Batter, Banana Pudding, and Cookie Dough, these Hanukkah cake jars are fun for the whole family.

Gotta Have S’More’s Hanukkah S’mores

Gotta Have S’More’s Hanukkah S’mores

Gotta Have S’more is famous for their whimsical s’mores cupcakes, layered with a graham cracker crust, toasted marshmallow, and chocolate on top. These Hanukkah S’mores are filled with a special topping for a burst of delicious goodness, and are decorated with edible Hanukkah-themed decorations.

Dan-Meyers
Dan Myers

Dan Myers is Goldbelly’s Senior Content Manager and Senior Editor of the Goldbelly Blog. He joined Goldbelly in 2020, and as the company’s primary copywriter he also writes copy for all brand marketing initiatives including marketing emails as well as on-page descriptions for all new merchants and products.

Before joining Goldbelly, Dan spent seven years as Deputy Editor for The Daily Meal, a food and drink website. During his time there, he wrote everything from news briefs to major tentpoles including the 101 Best Restaurants in America and the 50 Best Burgers in America, forming a base of knowledge that has served him well at Goldbelly.

Prior to joining The Daily Meal, Dan founded and spent several years running a neighborhood blog called Here’s Park Slope, based out of the neighborhood in Brooklyn. Its primary focus was on the opening and closing of local businesses (especially restaurants), and it was named Brooklyn’s Best Neighborhood Blog by The L Magazine.

Dan graduated from NYU with a degree in Communication & Mass Media, and still lives in Brooklyn with his wife Janie and French Bulldog, Nugget.