Poppyseed Rugelach - Little Broken
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Apricot Walnut Rugelach (VIDEO) - Simply Home Cooked
This is perhaps the easiest Rugelach recipe you've ever seen! These apricot walnut rugelach cookies are filled with apricot jam and chopped walnuts.
Savory Herb and Cheese Rugelach - The Little Ferraro Kitchen
Ditch the sugar and make avory herb and cheese rugelach with creamy ricotta, Parmesan cheese and caramelized garlic.
Raspberry Apricot Rugelach Bars
My Raspberry Apricot Rugelach Bars are made like a classic rugelach recipe, but in an easier bar form. They're buttery, flakey, and delicious!
How to Make Rugelach Cookies | Sally's Baking Addiction
Ever wonder how to make rugelach cookies? These filled cookies have a buttery, flaky crust and are filled with sweet cinnamon walnut filling!
Poppy Seed Rugelach Recipe
Classic poppy seed rugelach cookie recipe. This delicate, flaky cream cheese cookie is rolled and cut so a spiral of the poppy seed filling is visible, and the flavor fills every bite. Other traditional rugelach fillings include chocolate, dried fruit, and nuts.
Easy Rugelach Recipe
Though rugelach is enjoyed year-round, this fruit-and-nut pastry is especially popular during Hanukkah. Cream cheese in the cookie dough -- which is chilled for hours before it is rolled out and filled with apricot preserves, currants, walnuts, and raisins -- helps produce an extra-flaky crust.
How to make Israeli chocolate rugelach
This video breaks down the making of Israeli chocolate rugelach, a traditional dessert that is much simpler than it appears.
This Is Ina Garten’s Favorite Cookie Recipe of All Time
A little over a week ago, I attended Cherry Bombe’s Jubilee, where I heard Ina Garten share some of her wisdom behind being an entrepreneur in food. Between talking about making yourself do something scary and how to hire people, she took time to share her very favorite cookie recipe. Can you guess what it is? Her favorite cookie recipe of all time is the Salty Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookie that she has on her website.
Rugelach with Apricot and Pistachios Recipe | Williams Sonoma Taste
You can’t rush the preparation when making this rugelach with apricot and pistachios recipe, but you can make them ahead: Freeze the shaped cookies on a baking sheet, transfer to an airtight container and freeze for up to 1 month. Bake them straight from the freezer, adding a few minutes to the baking time.