Gallery6 Rugelach Recipes We Love
With their flaky, pastry crust-like dough and sweet interior swirls, rugelach are an awesome cookie to have around at any time of the year. But they're particularly welcome on Rosh Hashanah, when eating dessert symbolizes having a sweet new year.
These crescent-shaped cookies are made by rolling a triangle of dough around a sweet filling such as chocolate, fruit, or nuts. Our suggestion? Make one dough and a few fillings—it's a simple and fun way to make an assorted cookie plate.
Check out 6 of our favorite varieties in the slideshow above or go straight to the recipes below.
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