It’s time to celebrate Hanukkah the vegan way! Here we have loads of tips and recipes from the Food Monster App to make preparation a breeze. Here you will find entrees, desserts, and side dishes that are delicious, vegan, and kosher. Your vegan Hanukkah will be the best ever!

1. How to Cook Vegan Jewish Cuisine For Any Holiday, Dinner, or Occasion

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Seitan Pot Roast

Everyone knows how you good you feel after a bowl of chicken soup with matzoh balls or a rich pot roast. But what happens when you switch to a plant-based diet (other than your mother worrying you’re not getting enough protein)? No worries, we can make all the traditional Jewish dishes, including that Matzoh Ball Soup, without meat, dairy, or eggs. Here’s how to cook vegan Jewish food that will have you all faklempt. Read about How to Cook Vegan Jewish Cuisine For Any Holiday, Dinner, or Occasion!

2. Celebrate the Festival of Lights With These 18 Vegan Hanukkah Recipes

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It’s Chanukah time … or Hanukkah … however, you spell it, it is a time for festivities and delicious food! Hanukkah is the holiday that celebrates the victory of the Maccabees and the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. It is a holiday of miracles, when a tiny quantity of oil that should have only lasted one day burned for eight days. To commemorate this miracle, it is traditional to eat fried foods such as latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiyot (doughnuts). It’s also a time for family gatherings and dinners filled with delicious foods. Check out how to Celebrate the Festival of Lights With These 18 Vegan Hanukkah Recipes!

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3. 8 Ways to Make Your Hanukkah Miraculously Delicious and Plant-Based

5 Vegan Latkes To Make For Hanukkah!

Hanukkah is the holiday that celebrates the victory of the Maccabees and the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. It is a holiday of miracles, when a tiny quantity of oil that should have only lasted one day burned for eight days. While we probably think we can live on latkes and doughnuts, this is also a time for family gatherings and big dinners. Make it a true celebration by putting out a traditional and amazing feast of dishes that everyone will enjoy. Here are 8 ways to make your Hanukkah miraculously delicious.

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4. 8 Tips for Having a Healthier Hanukkah

Harvest Latkes

It’s almost Hanukkah and that means eight days and nights of festivities and food. However, the traditional dishes eaten at Hanukkah are not the healthiest. The holiday celebrates the victory of the Maccabees over the Syrian-Greeks. When the Maccabees rededicated the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, they only had enough oil to burn for one day but a miracle occurred and the oil burned for 8 days. Fried foods such as latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts) became the traditional fare for Hanukkah because they are cooked in oil and remind us of the great miracle that happened there. Check out 8 Tips for Having a Healthier Hanukkah!

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5. 10 of Our Best Vegan Recipes for Hanukkah 2018!

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Challah Made With Aquafaba

Happy Hanukkah, everyone! To celebrate this holiday, we gathered 10 awesome and festive Hanukkah recipes from our awesome bloggers and our Food Monster App to help you have the very best dinner around. We hope that you enjoy! Check out 10 of Our Best Vegan Recipes for Hanukkah!

6. 20 Plant-Based Hanukkah Recipes To Make it the Best One Yet

Pumpkin Spiced Latkes

Hanukkah is quickly approaching and that means lots of traditions – playing with dreidels, lighting the menorah, and eating lots of fried foods! We scoured the Food Monster App for our most celebratory recipes and we’re left drooling over these tasty finds. There’s a little something for everyone; plenty for the sweet tooths, low fat recipes for the health conscious, and “meaty” recipes for those looking for something hearty and indulgent. Let’s dig in and let the celebrations begin! Try these 20 Plant-Based Hanukkah Recipes To Make it the Best One Yet!

7. Vegan Latkes and More: 18 Recipes for a Festive Hanukkah

Potato and Onion Kugel

Potato and Onion Kugel

Hanukkah is here and that means lots of traditions – playing with dreidels, lighting the menorah, and eating lots of fried foods! Hanukkah celebrates the victory of the Maccabees, the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, and the miracle of oil lasting eight nights when there was only enough for one night. We have lots of recipes to make your holiday festive. Check out these 18 Recipes for a Festive Hanukkah!

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