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Snacks : Holidays > Hanukkah

Tasty Menorahs added 11-30-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Bread, cream cheese or butter, carrot sticks, pretzel sticks, raisins
 Help each child:
 1. spread bread with cream cheese or butter
 2. arrange 8 pretzels as candles and carrot stick as large candle in center
 3. use raisins as flames at ends of carrot and pretzel sticks


Potato Latkes (Pancakes) added 12-2-02 Original Author Unknown

Potato pancakes, called Latkes, are one of the traditional foods of Hanukkah. Try
these with your class, using an electric skillet, but remember to use caution
around the hot oil.

Need: 2 cups peeled and grated potatoes, 2 tsp. grated onion, 1 egg, 6 Tbs. flour, 4 Tbs. oil

Mix together all ingredients except oil. Heat oil in a pan. Drop a tablespoon
of the mixture into oil. Cook and turn once until brown on both sides. Serve
with applesauce.





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