23 Delicious Gifts to Celebrate Hanukkah

Whether you need an addition to your table or something for your host, these Hanukkah gifts are sure to delight.

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December 05, 2022

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The eight days of Hanukkah are always filled with laughter, light and tons of food. Hanukkah is a time to recall the miracle of the oil that was only supposed to last for one day, but made it all eight to light the temple. To celebrate, there are plenty of fried foods like latkes, games of dreidel and, of course, the lighting of the menorah.

Plus, we can’t forget gifts. If you’re celebrating with loved ones this year or just want to let someone know you’re thinking of them during your Hanukkah celebrations, we’ve rounded up more than 20 great Hanukkah gifts to give this year.

$150
Goldbelly

This gift from famed New York City spot Russ and Daughters is a Hanukkah celebration in a box. It comes complete with latkes, applesauce, sour cream, their delicious Scottish smoked salmon, plus Hanukkah candles and chocolate gelt. No need to run to the store for anything else.

$100 $75
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This stunning and timeless menorah is designed to represent the tree of life. It’s small enough for any sized home but sure to garner compliments from any Hanukkah guest. It’s a Hanukkah heirloom you’ll want to pull out year after year.

$169
Lewis Barbecue

A brisket always makes a beautiful main dish for a Hanukkah gathering, but preparing one can be laborious. This year, let the masters at Charleston’s Lewis BBQ do the hard work for you. They’ll ship a cooked USDA prime brisket to sous vide or place in the oven. In a few hours you’ll have a beautiful and impressive piece of meat that serves a crowd.

$86
Statement Home

This collaboration from Statement Home and Kicks by Sammy is the perfect way to display anything from your freshly fried latkes to your menorah. The acrylic tray comes with a reversible insert with one side designed for Hanukkah and the other with a simple Star of David, that would be a fit for any Jewish holiday.

$30
Anthropologie

Sufganiyot, or jelly donuts, are an important part of the Hanukkah table. This year, try your hand at making them with this handy kit. The box includes all the dry ingredients you need. You just need to pick your favorite jelly, supply the wet ingredients, and follow the instructions to yield perfectly-fried jelly donuts for your table.

$79.95
Goldbelly

These Kosher mini latkes are the perfect appetizer for any Hanukkah gathering. They come in three varieties including original, sweet potato and artichoke, so you can get creative with your toppings. Simply pop these in the oven for five to seven minutes and you’ll have hot, crispy latkes.

$59.95
Williams Sonoma

These stunning stoneware plates are the perfect size for piling up latkes or indulging in a Hanukkah cookie or two. The blue and yellow motif is fun for Hanukkah and beyond. They are dishwasher and microwave safe, too.

$11.50
See's Candies

A friendly game of dreidel always makes a Hanukkah celebration more fun. This festive box of 48 solid milk chocolate SEE’s coins is the perfect addition to the game winnings or really just to eat while opening Hanukkah presents.

$48
marzipops

These adorable Marzipan dreidels will put a smile on your face with the cute dreidel puns like, “Got Gelt?” or “Anyway you spin it.” Perfect to add some humor to any Hanukkah celebration and they’re delicious too.

$44.95
Williams Sonoma

This star of David bundt pan can take any simple cake and turn it into a work of art. Perfect for a coffee cake or even kugel, it can really be used for any Jewish holiday or Shabbat gathering.

$40
Pottery Barn

Adding beautiful linens is a great, subtle way to make your holiday table more festive. These blue and white cloth napkins are adorned with a star of David and hamsa design, and use sustainably sourced materials.

$38
Homesick

After you're done frying up latkes and sufganiyot, you might just want to light a candle (and open the windows!) before the guests come. This latkes and lights candle has notes of apple, vanilla, and butter, so the smells still stay festive without smelling overly fried.

$7.99
The Elegant Farmer

Wisconsin’s Elegant Farmer is known for their incredible apple pie in a bag, but everything made with their apples is delicious. Whether you are team applesauce or team sour cream for your latkes, this homemade applesauce is one you’ll want to try. If you want to really mix it up, try their peach, cherry or strawberry rhubarb versions.

$14.95
Crate & Barrel

A beautiful menorah deserves beautiful candles. These blue, hand dipped ombre candles come 45 to a box, the perfect amount to get you through all eight days of Hanukkah. You’ll be excited to watch them glow each night.

$39.99
M&M's

For an extra special dreidel haul or just something cute for noshing, these festive blue and white candies will do the trick. Customize them with any message you want (or images like dreidels and menorahs). Who doesn’t love M&Ms?

$56
Goldbelly

These Hanukkah rainbow cookies may not have the rainbow layers, but are still just as delicious with the traditional cake layers with raspberry jam in between each. These blue and white bites are topped with chocolate and fun designs like sugar dreidels.

$49.95
Goldbelly

The delicious treat that originated in the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe is a delicious and the perfect addition to any Hanukkah table. Breads Bakery in New York City makes some of the best. The extra babkas freeze well, so order some extra for yourself and your host.

$45
New York Seed + Mill

This is not your typical halva. The delicious sesame dessert has gotten a bad rap for being incredibly dry and something you’d often only see your grandma eat. Seed + Mill has flipped the script and created a more modern version of the sesame treat with flavors like pistachio and dark chocolate sea salt. This trio is a good reason to put halva back in the rotation of holiday treats.

$205
The Caviar Company

It’s been a long year, so if you’d like to make your Hanukkah celebration extra indulgent nobody is judging. This gift set comes with all you need: three one-ounce tins of beautiful domestic caviar (you can choose international or imported for an additional fee), mother of pearl spoons, crème fraîche from Bellwether farms, and a pack of delicious mini latkes.

$70
ACME Smoked Fish

Hosting a Hanukkah brunch? This sampler is the perfect accompaniment. Many people top their latkes with smoked salmon, but you can serve bagels or eat it any way you wish. This sampler from Brooklyn’s Acme includes their traditional smoked salmon, gravlax, and pastrami smoked, making it a fun variety for the table.

$18
Rustic Bakery

Kids (ok, adults too!) always love festive cookies in various Hanukkah shapes like dreidels and the Star of David. These from Rustic Bakery deliver with a subtle vanilla taste. The cookie jar comes with a cute Hanukkah tag that’s perfect for gifting, too.

$51 for 4 pints
Clementine's Naughty & Nice Ice Cream

Make ice cream part of your Hanukkah tradition with these festive flavors from St. Louis small-batch ice creamery, Clementine’s. Go boozy with their challah bread pudding flavor or appeal to all with halvah with cherries.

$68
Olive & Cocoa

If you are looking for the perfect mix of Kosher Hanukkah treats, this crate has you covered. A smattering of blue and white delights — jelly beans, chocolate covered pretzels, star sugar cookies — they’re the perfect addition to your holiday table.

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