Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas or Chrismukkah, these unique babka recipes are for you. Use holiday spices, classic foods or Asian flavors to keep the holiday merriment going.

Gingerbread Babka

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Warming spices with an extra kick of ginger, white chocolate and pistachios come together for a delightful stuffed treat.

Coconut Custard Babka

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Oh. My. Yum. One of the best Asian filings—coconut custard—is baked into babka. A little crunchy on the outside and soft and pillowy on the inside, this fusion treat is a slam dunk.

Chocolate Babka Bread Pudding With Rum-Spiked Cherries

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Decadent and delectable, this recipe from Guy Fieri will send you straight to Flavortown.

Fruitcake Babka

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OK, OK, hear us out. We know fruitcake can be kinda gross, but this is fruitcake babka. And it’s slathered with a rum glaze, so can it really be that bad?

Eggnog Babka

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Stuffed with a white chocolate and eggnog ganache and topped with brandy syrup, this babka is the definition of Chrismukkah.

Red Bean Bread

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Another dim sum favorite, sesame balls filled with red bean paste are one of the best things about eating Chinese food on Christmas. Can’t get takeout? Bake up some swirly bread with red bean paste of your own.

Sugar Cookie Crumb Topped Babka

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What says winter holidays more than sugar cookies? Nothing. Embrace the sugary spirit by baking sugar cookie dough into babka dough and adding sprinkles!

Christmas Babka

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This wreath-shaped babka is brimming with the quintessential holiday flavors of orange, cranberry and clove. Top with simple syrup and roasted almond slivers.