Jewish Desserts Everyone Needs to Try

These bite-sized cookies are filled with spicy cinnamon and nuts. You can also find other rugelach varieties like raspberry, cranberry and chocolate.

Rugelach

Babka is a dense braided bread stuffed with sweet fillings like chocolate, cinnamon sugar, apples or raisins.

Chocolate Babka

Traditionally eaten during Purim, these pastries are a favorite of most and make a large enough batch for seconds.

Hamantaschen

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Originating from Poland, this traditional Jewish dessert is typically served during Rosh Hashanah. You can also serve this dense apple cake with a cup of coffee for breakfast.

Jewish Apple Cake

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Hanukkah Cookies

He posted a video on social media of him wearing an Eagles jersey and saying he was rooting for the opposing team

Sufganiyot

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