The Hanukkah meal is a special dinner for us during the winter holiday season. We look forward to it all year long. As soon as the gluten-free latkes hit the plate, they seem to disappear. Thankfully, now that the boys are older they do all of the latke frying!
Hanukkah the Festival of Lights
I’m sharing our Paleo Hanukkah Menu so that you can enjoy this amazing holiday too. You don’t have to be Jewish to celebrate the Festival of Lights.
Healthy Hanukkah Recipes
Latkes with applesauce are my favorite part of the Hanukkah meal. My latkes are gluten-free, grain-free, paleo, and SCD. Homemade Apple Sauce is also a part of our family tradition. I began making apple sauce from scratch when the boys were infants, and now they frown upon store bought version.
I also serve roasted broccoli, one of their favorite everyday dishes, though you could replace it with asparagus or zucchini. Of course, I bake a chicken, which my husband loves. This comprises our traditional, yet healthy Hanukkah meal.
Paleo Hanukkah Menu
Fried food is a huge part of the Hanukkah tradition, and I must confess, it’s my favorite. Here’s my Paleo Hanukkah Menu!
Butternut Squash Latkes or Carrot Scallion Latkes
Jelly Donut Cupcakes
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Your Hanukkah Traditions
What is your favorite way to make latkes (fried vegetable pancakes) and what condiments do you serve them with? Do you have any favorite Hanukkah traditions that make the holiday special for you and yours?
This Hanukkah Menu is an oldie but goodie from the archives, I first posted it in 2012.
Hi Elana. Thank you for all your recepies. Hoppfully u will post before passover some cake recepies for passover. It’s a beutiful synagogue. Some day i should visit. Thank u again.
Tzipora, you’re very welcome! I have a wonderful Passover Menu here:
And all of my cake recipes are kosher for Pesach: