21 Vegan Hanukkah bites everyone will enjoy
From jelly doughnuts to "cheese"-filled blintzes, these vegan Hanukkah recipes are worth celebrating.
Chocolate or cinnamon sugar? If you can't decide between these two vegan rugelach recipes, just make both!
Decadent apple fritters will really give you something to celebrate this Hanukkah.
Broccoli and "cheese" fritters are the perfect finger food for your Hanukkah party.
Sunchokes don't get used often enough, but this latke recipe is the perfect excuse to pick some up.
Mixed berries give these blintzes the perfect hint of sweetness.
Fried churros dusted in cinnamon and sugar are made even better by chocolate sauce in this recipe.
Crispy sweet potato latkes make a pretty pair with some festive spiked applesauce.
It's easier than you think to give blueberry blintzes a vegan makeover — just see this recipe.
Dip these crispy vegetable fritters in a tangy balsamic sauce.
Your favorite dessert just got a little healthier thanks to this vegan kugel recipe.
Parsnips give a slightly sweet flavor to these crispy vegan latkes.
They're not actually fried, but these vegan cinnamon sugar doughnut muffins are almost just like the real thing.
Ditch the jar — this homemade applesauce is so much better than anything premade.
Oozing with raspberry jam, these vegan rugelach are what you've got to make this year.
Raspberry jelly and fried dough — it doesn't get better than this.
Spicy-sweet vegan chai sufganiyot are the perfect way to celebrate.