Who says latkes are only for dinner? These unique spins on tradition take the sweet approach—fry your dessert latke and eat it, too!
These crunchy latkes, topped with brown sugar, chocolate and sprinkles, are like chocolate-covered potato chips…only prettier.
Latkes with a twist! This apple pie variation is sure to please any palate. (No applesauce needed here!)
These perfectly pumpkin latkes are topped with a tart apple-cranberry sauce that brings a deep citrus spice flavor to the dish.
This is the perfect sweet and spicy combo! The cocoa powder, brown sugar and cayenne pepper truly elevates the neutral potato flavor. Tip: Don’t skip the cinnamon whipped cream!
This recipe combines two elements of traditional Hanukkah food—cheese and oil. While oil is better known (hello, fried foods!), we also eat dairy to commemorate the bravery of Judith, whose courage led to the Maccabee victory.
These latkes are topped with a simple marshmallow sour cream sauce (um, yum!) and a pear and cranberry compote instead of the traditional applesauce.
Toasted marshmallows and chocolate drizzle all over crunchy sweet potato graham cracker latkes. Enough said!
A delicious blend of Japanese and Jewish cultures, these latkes are made with mochi flour, which makes them light and chewy. The Asian pear and persimmon relish (stewed in brown butter, we might add) completes this sweet pairing.
If you’re craving a sweet dish, drizzle these crispy latkes with a simple brown sugar syrup and sprinkle with cayenne candied pecans. Then prepare to swoon.
Why should potatoes have all the pan-fried-until-crunchy fun? Drizzled with apple-caramel sauce, these sweet latkes are your new fall (and, OK, Hanukkah) favorite.
These red potato latkes are topped with balsamic-brown-sugar strawberries and mint-maple-syrup whipped cream. Need we say more?!
This riff on tradition is naturally sweet with a touch of spice.