Jelly doughseeds for Hanukkah

Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah, gather ’round the table, we’ll give you a treat…

Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, arrives at sundown on Saturday and our jelly doughseeds are back on the menu starting Friday! It’s a tradition to eat foods fried in oil to remember the miracle oil that kept a flame burning for eight biblical days. So, jelly doughnuts have become a traditional Hanukkah food.

Our twist on sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts in Hebrew) are two doughseeds: Both filled with our housemade blackberry jam — one with a vanilla bean glaze and one with our own peanut butter glaze.

Happy Hanukkah!

3 thoughts on “Jelly doughseeds for Hanukkah

  1. I am not fond of doughnuts at all, but that was before I tried the pistachio doughnut from Doughnut Plantation. I had three the first time!
    My 14 year old son, Eric, made sure I remember your location! We’re looking forward to go out of state for the best doughnuts!

  2. In our native place we used to celebrate these eight festival days very grandly and i still remember the pleasant taste of these doughnuts that you have mentioned above, they are really yummy.

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