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Jesus is the Good News: Hamantaschen for Purim

Jesus is the Good News: Hamantaschen for Purim

I wish I'd seen this LAST week!  Chocolate chip cookie stuffed chocolate hamantaschen (bakeologybylisa.com)

I wish I'd seen this LAST week! Chocolate chip cookie stuffed chocolate hamantaschen (bakeologybylisa.com)

Find The Ten Best Hamantaschen Recipes here! http://www.joyofkosher.com/2017/02/top-ten-hamantash-recipes/

The Ten Best Hamantaschen Recipes

Find The Ten Best Hamantaschen Recipes here! http://www.joyofkosher.com/2017/02/top-ten-hamantash-recipes/

Rice Crispie Treat Hamantaschen! There are SO many different ideas for hamantaschen. This one looks good!

Rice Crispie Treat Hamantaschen! There are SO many different ideas for hamantaschen. This one looks good!

Celebrate Purim! Hamantaschen with poppy seed and apricot filling

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Egg Roll Hamantaschen | Community Post: 36 Mouthwatering Hamantaschen To Make This Purim

Community Post: 36 Mouthwatering Hamantaschen To Make This Purim

Egg Roll Hamantaschen | Community Post: 36 Mouthwatering Hamantaschen To Make This Purim

Hamantaschen via @toriavey Jackie gave me one. Eaten for Purim - story of Esther & Haman. Hamantaschen are now said to represent the ears, pockets, or tri-cornered hat of Haman, the villain of the Purim story who tried to kill all of the Jews in ancient Persia. “Taschen” means “pocket” or “pouch” in German, and in some countries (like Israel), the sweets are referred to as “Haman's ears” instead.

How to Fold Hamantaschen

Hamantaschen via @toriavey Jackie gave me one. Eaten for Purim - story of Esther & Haman. Hamantaschen are now said to represent the ears, pockets, or tri-cornered hat of Haman, the villain of the Purim story who tried to kill all of the Jews in ancient Persia. “Taschen” means “pocket” or “pouch” in German, and in some countries (like Israel), the sweets are referred to as “Haman's ears” instead.

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