“The Rugelach”

rugelach

My mom used to get tubs of Rugelach that we would eat way too much of.  I really missed it, so I was happy to find this recipe in “The Joy of Vegan Baking” by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau.  We had some people at the party who are the farthest thing from vegan, and they couldn’t stop eating these.  They’re actually not that difficult to make, just a little time consuming.  They’re definitely worth it!

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7 Responses to ““The Rugelach””

  1. “Looks pretty, but also looks like a pile of things I would never eat. What do you call it again? Huh. I guess I’ll try one to be polite. Huh. I better eat another six to keep up appearances. I hope there is another plate of those at the table. I miss them now.”

  2. excuse me while i wipe the drool off my chin *wipe* thank you. now…. can i have the recipe?? i LOVE rugelach ssssssssooooooooooooooooooooooo much, and must admit i too ate tubs of these things…. but how can you not??

  3. These were INCREDIBLE….Absolutely the best thing ever. The only problem with them is that you will find yourself craving them daily!

  4. I tried making these awhile back they fell apart. To this day, I don’t know where I went wrong. Your’s look awesome.

  5. made these last night and i have to tell you they tsted nice but were not pretty to look at ;)

  6. I found my recipe for these in a magazine. I wasn’t aware that they were Jewish cookies. My family loves them. I make them for Christmas. Is that OK? LOL

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