Not Your Bubbies’ Latkes
Latkes, delicious latkes. Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside – just the way bubbie made them. You can’t beat the Hannukkah classic. But, let’s mix it up this year with a new spin on the Hanukkah favorite. Here’s a new recipe to enjoy for each crazy night!
Thai Sweet Potato Latkes By A Pretty Life In The Suburbs
People love Thai food for its amazing variety and flavors. Now, it can be paired with a whole new flavor, Hanukkah. What’s not to love?
The Salmony Spud by my name is yeh
Lox, it’s not just breakfast anymore in this recipe.
Mexican Potato Latkes By What Jew Wanna Eat
Pair the Mexican Potato Latke with a margarita for a festive Hanukkah night.
Poutine Latkes with Parmesan Gravy by Busy In Brooklyn
Poutine, a Canadian specialty made with french fries and cheese curds, makes for a mouthwatering latke.
Parsnip Latkes with Creme Fraiche and Caviar by The Little Ferraro Kitchen
Elevate the latke with caviar.
Sweet Potato Latkes With Brown Sugar Syrup & Candied Pecans by Tori Avey
This savory variation is great for Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.
Spanolatkes by Love U Madly
Enjoy a latke with a Greek twist. No such thing as too much feta, spinach, and tzatziki.
Cauliflower Latkes by The Forest Feast
Move over kale, cauliflower is the new “it” vegetable.
Zucchini Latkes by Weelicious
Switch it up completely and add more vegetables to your diet with these zucchini latkes.
No matter which latke recipe you try first – one thing is certain – Hanukkah will never be the same!
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Jeri is a wife, lawyer, and stay at home mom with a weakness for yoga pants and reality TV. She lives in Florida with her husband, son, and three dogs. All through law school she aspired to be a great lawyer. Now, she aspires to be a great lawyer and great mom. She is still figuring out how to manage both but she’s enjoying the journey. In her free time, you can find Jeri hanging with family, on the tennis court, or at the movies.