Why is it that on Shabbat, everyone is hungry?

This post will hopefully help you fill those incredible rumbly little tummies when you can’t prepare a full meal.

Here are some snacks that we like to enjoy on Shabbat.

 

I hope these ideas keep everyone full and happy on Shabbat. What little snacks do you like to prepare for Shabbat? Please share your ideas or recipes below. ๐Ÿ™‚

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10 Responses

  1. yummy yummy! those peanut butter balls sounds delicious, and I love ants on a log too! You have inspired me to make some new shabbat snacks!! Shabbat Shalom!

  2. great list! I just made the frog’s eggs pudding, but I think I’ll have to call it something else otherwise my kids might think I’m trying to make them eat something unkosher!

    thanks again for all the ideas ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Isn’t it great to have kids that are concerned about what they eat? My kids named it so they knew it was okay lol. But the resemblance is uncanny. Shabbat Shalom!

  3. – raw veggie rolls with wheat tortillas or flatbread
    – raw rice paper wraps (avocado, carrot, cabbage etc.)
    – crackers with nut butter
    – homemade potato chips with black bean dip
    – dark chocolate covered dried cherries

  4. We like homemade yogurt and granola. Every other shabbat or so I also make Chewy Chocolate Bars: 1 c. almond butter, 3 c. coconut (unsweetened), 1/2 c. cocoa powder, 2/3 c. raw honey, 1 tsp. salt. Mix until well blended. Press into 9 x 13 dish, or roll into balls. Chill and enjoy! One of my kids’ favorites.

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