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Happy Christmakwanzakkah! Yes, that's right -- we're celebrating Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah all in one fell swoop this week, and we've got plenty of gingerbread, rugelach, and pound cake to get us through the next three holidays. Want to share in the holiday spirit with us? Just read these links.

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Deep-Fried Rugelach  Gingerbread CakeGingerbread Cabin  Nutella Rugelach

  • Make this gingerbread cake for a beautiful, simple dessert option. (Fork to Belly.)
  • Want to impress your friends? Build a wintery gingerbread cabin. (Hint of Vanilla.)

  • Fill your rugelach with Nutella for a twist on the original jam-filled cookies. (Hummingbird High.)

Oreo Truffles  Cherry Dark Chocolate RugelachApricot Jam Pound Cake  Tahini Hot Chocolate

  • Roll some festive chocolate-Oreo truffles to give as gifts this year. (A Beautiful Mess.)
  • More rugelach, please! This time it's filled with cherries, dark chocolate, cinnamon, and pecans. (The Candid Appetite.)
  • Whip up a loaf of this apricot jam pound cake for Kwanzaa. (Kwanzaa Culinarians.)

  • Add some tahini to your hot chocolate for a nutty, rich flavor. (My Name Is Yeh.)

Photos on top by (clockwise) What Jew Wanna Eat, Fork to Belly, Hummingbird HighHint of Vanilla

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Photos on bottom by (clockwise) A Beautiful Mess, The Candid Appetite, My Name Is YehKwanzaa Culinarians

Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!


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