Yeast Dough Hamantaschen

yeash hamantashen

March 7th 2011By admin


Wild Blueberry Filling


January 29th 2013By Felisa Billet


The Ten Best Hamantaschen Recipes


February 26th 2012By Hadassah Sabo Milner


Thanksgiving Savory Hamantaschen

Thanksgiving Hamantaschen

February 26th 2014By Melinda Strauss

Purim and Thanksgiving come together for the perfect holiday bite! These savory hamantaschen, filled with ground turkey, roasted squash and tons of sage, are perfect as an appetizer or as a side dish. Serve with your favorite cranberry sauce.


Techina Date Hamantaschen with Silan Glaze

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February 19th 2015By Rebecca Pliner

This is my mother in laws go to hamantaschen recipe. Being the good obedient daughter in law that I am, I went ahead and changed it up- Mediterranean style! Sticky date syrup glaze is drizzled over these nutty techina hamantaschen. Don't be afraid to bake with Techina! Typically a falafel topper, this condiment shines in baked goods. Think of it as the new peanut butter... But better! For more of my wild and untraditional baked goods, head on over to


Super Ez Hamentashen Dough

Super Ez Hamentashen Dough

March 7th 2011By admin

These Hamentashen can be whipped up in 3 minutes using cake mix and it makes a perfect project for your kids.


Savta Cookie Dough

cookie dough

February 8th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This dough is wonderful as a plain cookie, which is why it also works beautifully for Hamantashen and even rugelach.


Ruth Book’s Famous Hamentashen


March 7th 2011By Joy of Kosher

They're not called famous hamentashen for nothing! Make this recipe your own and you will be revered (just like Queen Esther).


Purim Cake Pops

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February 24th 2012By Miriam Pascal


Pumpkin Whole Wheat Hamantashen

pumpkin whole wheat hamantash

February 25th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

These came out amazing with White Whole Wheat flour, if you using regular whole wheat they will be a little darker.


Poppy Seed Hamantaschen Filling


February 28th 2011By wheatgirl

For best flavor and texture, ground poppy seeds are a must. You will find the mixture in finer spice stores and European markets or order it from places like online. Or, get a poppy seed grinder and grind the poppy seeds yourself. Just soaking poppy seeds does not soften them enough nor does a food processor or coffee mill do an adequate job. IF you cannot find a grinder nor ground poppy seeds, then 'doctor' up store-bought poppy seed filling with ground raisins, grated apple, some jam, a bit of honey and it will still be quite exceptional.


Poppy Seed Filling

Poppy Seed Filling

September 11th 2012By Felisa Billet

Enjoy the traditional Jewish hamantashen filling, poppyseed.


Pecan Pie Hamentashen

Pecan Pie Hamentashen

March 2nd 2012By Shoshana Ohriner


Peanut Butter and Jelly Hamentaschen


Pareve Cinnamon Dulce De Leche Hamantashen

Pareve Cinnamon Dulce De Leche Hamantashen

March 7th 2011By Joy of Kosher


Not Just Hamantashen


February 29th 2012By Tina Wasserman


Non-Dairy Purim Treats with Candy Sushi

Pecan Pie Hamentashen

March 2nd 2012By Shoshana Ohriner


Lemon Meringue Hamantaschen

Lemong Meringue Hamantaschen

February 14th 2011By Galiah Morgenstern


Lemon Hamentaschen (Hamantashen)

Lemon Hamentaschen

February 19th 2013By Paula Shoyer


It’s On The Inside That Counts – Hamantashen Fillings

Date-Nut Filling

February 14th 2013By Felisa Billet