Forget the delicious food and eight days of gift-giving, ask any Jewish child their favorite part of Hanukkah, they’re like to say playing dreidel. The dreidel game has withstood many generations, and continues to be popular among children of all ages, who love the friendly competition the game stirs up, as well as the chance to win milk chocolate coins known as gelt.
This clever food craft transforms the dreidel—a traditional top—into an edible treat, that just might be more tempting to participants than the prizes themselves! An irresistible combo of peanut butter, pretzels and marshmallow, these delicious dreidels might not make it through a full game before they are devoured by a hungry player!
Large chocolate morsels
To assemble the dreidels pierce a marshmallow with one pretzel stick taking care so not to push it all the way through. Next, spread a small amount of peanut butter on the flat side of an unwrapped chocolate morsel and stick to the bottom of the marshmallow (opposite the pretzel stick).
Note: If you plan to actually play with these dreidels you’ll have to draw the proper Hebrew characters on four sides of the marshmallow. You can do this using gel icing or edible ink markers, both available at your local baking supply store.
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