Fruitcakes, Holiday decorated cookies and... Debbie's Rugelach. I like to think outside the box when it comes to gifts, and food always is well received. If you're asking what a Rugelach is...
"...a traditional Eastern European pastry. It’s name comes from the Yiddish word “rugel”, meaning “royal”. Contemporary Jewish-American rugelach descends from this tradition, using a wide variety of fillings. There is no other Jewish sweet that has become more mainstream than rugelach. Delicious for dessert with your coffee or tea, or even as a tasty snack!"
We received Debbie's Rugelach in all 3 varieties, Traditional Currant Walnut, Decadent Chocolate Chip, and Very Apricot. One thing they all have in common is their delicious flakiness and cinnamon and sugar topping. Its almost hard to believe how limited the ingredients list for these little pastries is! Now, I had never heard of Rugelach pastries before, but I like sweet treats. They smell fantastic, but the taste just takes the cake.
The Very Apricot rugelach is "moist, tart dried apricots with just the right amount of cinnamon and sugar for a not too sweet indulgence". The little chunks of dried apricots mixed with the flaky pastry is delicious! I also found the Traditional Currant Walnut irresistibly great. They were both my favorite. The Decadent Chocolate Chip was favored among my little siblings, who described it as "mmm chocolatey" lol. Debbie's Rugelach will maintain their glavor and texture for several months in the freezer, but there was non left over to save this time around.
At $9.95 for a pack of 8, Debbie's Rugelach is certainly a great gift idea for the foodie friends you have. Also, at $19.95 for a pack 18 they are a wonderful idea for Holiday parties. Debbie's Rugelach also have a special promotion where you get a FREE 8-piece assorted bag with the purchase of $25+ or if you refer 2+ friends! Treat your friends and family to some Rugelach! :)
Debbie’s Rugelach will maintain their flavor and texture for several months in the freezer. They can be stored at room temperature or refrigerated in an air tight container for at least a couple of weeks. They are great warm, too. You can take them straight from the freezer or at room temperature to the microwave for 30-40 seconds.
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