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Hanukkah Crafts

Edible Menorahs

Its "candles" might not glow, but the menorah sure tastes good.
Its "candles" might not glow, but the menorah sure tastes good.

You probably have used a menorah for your Hanukkah celebration, but have you ever had an edible menorah? You'll have fun making -- and eating -- a menorah that looks so great.

What You'll Need:

Bread

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Cream cheese or butter

Butter knife

Pretzel sticks

Carrot stick

Raisins

Spread bread with cream cheese or butter, and arrange eight pretzels on the bread as candles.

Poke them through the bread so they stand up. Use the carrot stick as the shammes -- the candle that is used to light the other candles. Put the carrot stick behind the other candles.

Place raisins as flames at the ends of the carrot and pretzel sticks. You may need to use a dot of cream cheese to make them stay.

Use your menorah as a centerpiece for your Seder.

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