8 Types of Chanukah Latkes…

Actually 9 types of Chanukah Latkes…

Chanukah Latkes!


Latkes are delicious. That is a fact.


To celebrate the miracle of oil we have a custom to eat foods fried in oil. I love my latkes with both sour cream and applesauce (yes, both!) but sometimes it can be a bit bring to have plain potato latkes every night! (I know you don’t NEED to have latkes every night but…. Like I said before, they are delicious!). The good news is that Jewish Cooking has exploded with all sorts of new cooks, chefs, and websites who have all put their own twist on the classic potato latke.


You can make a different one every day or even have a Latke Cook-off where each person makes a different latke for everyone to taste! Let me know which one you love the most!


8 Types of Chanukah Latkes


  1. Classic Potato Latkes. Because we don’t mess with tradition! https://jamiegeller.com/recipes/latkes-potato-pancakes/


  1. Beet Latkes with Chive Goat Cheese. https://blog.williams-sonoma.com/beet-latkes-recipe/



  1. Gluten Free Latkes. https://healthyrecipesblocom/latkes/


  1. No-Potato Vegetable Latkes. https://jamiegeller.com/recipes/no-potato-latke/



  1. Potato-Apple Latkes. https://www.landolakes.com/recipe/19504/potato-apple-latkes/


  1. Salami Potato Latkes. https://www.busyinbrooklyn.com/tag/latke-recipe/



  1. Easy Sweet Potato Latkes Recipe. https://www.tablespoon.com/recipes/easy-sweet-potato-latkes/7bf1a993-9772-4df5-a393-c55129dab4ae


  1. Falafel Latkes. https://www.thedailymeal.com/recipes/falafel-latkes-recipe


I wrote this list but then when I was researching other Chanukah things I came across this recipe. How could I not include it? It looks delicious! And so different and interesting. We will TOTALLY be trying it this year. I mean, how could we not?!?! So instead of 8 latke recipes you get 9. Please don’t hate me!


  1. Mexican Chocolate Latkes with Cinnamon Whipped Cream https://whatjewwannaeat.com/mexican-chocolate-latkes-wayfair-hanukkah/

8 Nights of Channukah Latkes

Chanukah, Channukah, Channuka, Hannukah, Hannuka, Hanuka…. No matter how you spell it you can celebrate! Check out all the things you can do this Chanukah here.


2 thoughts on “8 Nights of Chanukah Latkes

  1. I love latkes! Mum will sometimes make them as a treat for family get together breakfasts – dunno if that’s traditional or not but they are waaaaay better than a hash brown or toast.

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