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December 5, 2014  RSS feed
Culture

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How to eat sufganiyot without (too much) guilt

By Jaime Geler JNS.org

The average Hanukkah sufganiya (jelly doughnut) has between 300 and 400 calories of nearly pure oil and fat. In honor of the miracle God bestowed on the Maccabees, making oil meant for just a day last eight days, the delicious doughnut and other traditionally oily Hanukkah foods become annual killers for your diet.

For those who are health conscious but do not want to be deprived of the annual treat, here are two healthier recipes. Consider substituting or reducing ingredients further as needed for your diet.

Jamie Geller is the only bestselling cookbook author who wants to get you out of the kitchen – not because she doesn’t love food – but because she has tons to do. Geller, her husband and five children live In Israel. Her latest book is “Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes.”



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