3 Sufganiyot Doughnuts That Are Not Filled With Jelly

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Jelly donuts are the classic Hanukkah dessert. Doughnuts are eaten because they are fried like latkes and commemorate the miracle of the oil in the temple. But why did jelly become the go to filling? There are several reasons mentioned around the Web, but there is no reason that you have to limit yourself.  

If you do want traditional jelly sufganiyot check this out

If you want a change, here are 3 new ways to fill and top your doughnuts that will surely please everyone.  

LEMON CREAM PIE DOUGHNUTS WITH MERINGUE TOPPING

Lemon Cream Doughnut

It's like a hand-held lemon meringue pie!!!

MALTED CHOCOLATE DIVINE DONUTS

Malted Chocolate Doughnuts

This is for the chocolate lovers among us. Rich chocolate inside and out--we can't get enough. 

PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY DONUTS

Peanut Butter and Jelly Filled Doughnuts

The classic sandwich spreads come together in this doughnut. Jelly on the outside and peanut butter is the filling--creamy and indulgent. 

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