8 Fun & Edible Hanukkah Crafts

Take a bite out of your favorite eight-night holiday with these creative (and delicious) edible Hanukkah crafts!

Whether you’re planning a traditional celebration or jumping on the Thanksgivukkah band wagon, make your Hanukkah celebration memorable with a festive spread of Hanukkah cupcakes and a few of these sweet yet sophisticated edible ideas! Set up a craft station for the little ones to create their own edible beauties, or craft them beforehand to send home as party favors. Don’t forget the DIY party poppers!


  • Edible Dreidels

    Wouldn’t the dreidel game be much more fun if your dreidels were edible?! Okay, so maybe you’d rather eat these than spin them, but we guarantee guests will ooh and ahh over our edible Hanukkah Dreidels.

  • Dreidel Piñata Cookies

    Edible dreidel piñata cookies? Yes please! Tablespoon has the how-to for this creative and cool Hanukkah cookie idea. These candy-filled treats would make for one unforgettable party favor or dessert!

  • Hanukkah Lollipops

    Using candy melts and sprinkles get the family together for some crafting fun with these creative Hanukkah lollipops from Design Megillah. Decorate with your favorite highlights of Hanukkah to really make these pops festive.
  • Menorah Challah

    Why simply serve bread in a basket when you can turn that buttery loaf into a edible menorah?! Bible Belt Balabusta created this savory challah creation – we have a feeling you’ll need a fresh loaf for each of the eight nights.

  • Edible Hanukkah Memory Game

    Using chocolate coins, Scrumdilly Do started her own exciting tradition with this edible Hanukkah memory game. Choose the appropriate decorative paper to fit your décor for the ultimate party game and take home gift in one!
  • Hanukkah Gingerbread House

    How about a Hanukkah Gingerbread House? Purchase a generic build-your-own kit and decorate in blue, yellow, and white, or follow Forward’s how-to for creating your own.
  • DIY Glittered Donuts

    Whether you’re baking up your favorite batch of Hanukkah donuts, or running out to your local bakery for a dozen jelly filled creations, take your desserts to the next level with this glitter donut idea from The Jewish Hostess! This fun how-to is so simple that even kids can roll up their sleeve for some sweet and sticky fun.

  • Edible Torah Scroll

    Who knew something as simple as pretzels and fruit roll up could be magically transformed into a Hanukkah-friendly edible torah scroll?! This quick and creative craft from Bible Belt Balabusta can be made by guests of all ages – perfect for a post-dinner activity.

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