Non-Dairy Chocolate-Filled Hamantaschen

 
  • Cooking and Prep: 2 h
  • Serves: 10
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If you love hamantaschen, don’t pass up this recipe – parve hamantaschen from a soft dough that melts in your mouth – you won’t believe it has no butter – and with a rich chocolate filing that’s a breeze to prepare. Happy Purim!

Ingredients (10)

Dough

Chocolate Filling

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Prepare the Dough

  1. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl.

  2. Add vanilla, oil, and water, and combine with your hands just until the dough comes together.

  3. Cover the dough with plastic wrap and chill in the refrigerator for about an hour.

Prepare the Filling

  1. Break the chocolate into cubes and place in a medium bowl. Add coconut cream or parve whipped topping. Melt together in the microwave or in a double boiler until chocolate everything is melted and mixture is combined.

  2. Add egg and combine until it is well incorporated into the chocolate mixture. Chill for half an hour in the refrigerator until firm. Should be a spreadable texture.

Variation:

In place of chocolate, use your favorite filling.

Shape and Bake

  1. On a lightly floured surface, roll out the dough to a quarter-inch thickness. Cut out circles of dough.

  2. Into the center of each dough circle, place one teaspoon of the chocolate filling. Fold into a hamantaschen shape (pinch the corners well so the cookies don’t open while baking), and place on a baking sheet lined with Gefen Easy Baking Parchment Paper. 

  3. Into the center of each dough circle, place one teaspoon of the chocolate filling. Fold into a hamantaschen shape (pinch the corners well so the cookies don’t open while baking), and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. 

  4. Heat the oven to 170 degrees Celsius (340 degrees Fahrenheit). Bake for 15–20 minutes or until the the hamantaschen turn golden. Allow to cool to room temperature. Dust with confectioner’s sugar before serving.

Note:

Keep hamantaschen in an airtight container for up to a week.

  • Devorah Faygi Perl

    Baking

    170 degrees? Is that a typo? How can anything bake on such a low temp?
    Posted by Bakedandcalm |February 24, 2020
    Replies:
    Esther Leah
    The temperature is in Celsius, clearly stated in the instructions. It is about 340 Fahrenheit. In Israel, most ovens are in Celsius and in England and Europe.
    Posted by Esther Leah|February 25, 2020
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    It is 170 degrees Celcius. Which is 340 degrees Fahrenheit.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|March 2, 2020
    0
 
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  • Devorah Faygi Perl

    Baking

    170 degrees? Is that a typo? How can anything bake on such a low temp?
    Posted by Bakedandcalm |February 24, 2020
    Replies:
    Esther Leah
    The temperature is in Celsius, clearly stated in the instructions. It is about 340 Fahrenheit. In Israel, most ovens are in Celsius and in England and Europe.
    Posted by Esther Leah|February 25, 2020
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    It is 170 degrees Celcius. Which is 340 degrees Fahrenheit.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|March 2, 2020
    0

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