Hamantaschen are delicious little triangular cookies that are eaten on Purim. They are the most popular Purim snack. They are most often filled with raspberry, apricot, chocolate, or poppy seed fillings. There are many other variations available as well.
The fruit filled Hamantaschen are the most widely seen Hamantaschen around. They are made with apricot and raspberry preserves or jam for filling. The Hamantaschen’s crispy cookie balances nicely with the soft and chewy center from the filling.
The chocolate filled Hamantaschen are usually the most requested flavor. Everyone loves to enjoy these Hamantaschen especially when they are warm. The gooey chocolate with the crunchy cookie are a delicious combo. These tend to be the most decadent flavor available, so these may be eaten up the fastest!
Other common Hamantaschen available are the prune Hamantaschen and poppy seed Hamantaschen kinds. They may not be the most obvious flavors for a dessert but they definitely succeed in providing a tasty treat. It is even a great excuse to enjoy a dessert for a nutritional supplement.
No matter which flavor Hamantaschen you choose to enjoy on Purim, you really can’t go wrong. You can bake them up and give them out as part of your Mishloach Manot or simply buy them wherever they are sold.