For Hanukkah, it’s traditional to serve up LOTS of fried foods for any holiday meal or get together. Sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts), latkes (potato pancakes), and anything else fried in oil are all Hanukkah staples. But try out a few of my tasty alternatives to some traditional Hanukkah favorites and keep yourself (and your heart) from suffering fatty oil overload!
Posted on December 18th, 2012
Try this new bright and fresh spin on roasted potatoes – it’s a Parmesan Lemon Smashed Potatoes Recipe that is so delicious and yet so easy. Plus it looks incredible and would make a lovely addition to the holiday dinner table. The energy of the lemon zest adds a beautiful and fragrant sunny taste to the potatoes, while the garlic and Parmesan accent the earthy flavors
Posted on December 20th, 2011
photo credit: cybele pascal Braised Brisket has always been a traditional Hanukkah recipe, so it’s certainly something I plan on making each year. Brisket is notoriously a fatty meat, but I’ve altered the traditional Braised Brisket recipe to make it a lot leaner and healthier. The key step is getting the flat, first-cut section of [...]
Posted on December 14th, 2011
This Hanukkah, instead of preparing the usual greasy and oily latkes, try this Potato and Zucchini Latke Recipe! You get 3 latkes with a side of tzatziki sauce for just 5 Points +. The best thing though, is that these latkes are SO incredibly delicious! And I truly think they are even better than traditional, all potato latkes.
Posted on December 6th, 2011
If you need a tasty, yet healthy idea for a Hanukkah party appetizer (or any holiday party!), this delicious Olive and Mushroom Tapenade Recipe will have your guests squealing with delight.
Posted on December 16th, 2009
As the cold weather really kicks in for these last few weeks of 2008, it’s time to enjoy some hot, yummy holiday recipes that will warm your tummy and soul! This low calorie Peppered Beef Brisket in Beer Holiday Crock Pot Recipe is the perfect dish to take away that winter chill.
Posted on April 2nd, 2009
When I found this Weight Watchers Beef Stew Slow Cooker Recipe, I literally was drooling. Though I initially thought it was just a traditional beef and vegetable stew recipe, it’s actually a classic Jewish recipe for Tzimmes!