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Different Ways Of Presenting Jewish Mandel Bread In A Hanukkah Gift Basket

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The best gift that you can give your loved ones this festival of light is undoubtedly the Jewish Mandel Bread. It is time now to ponder on the different ways of presenting Jewish Mandel bread in a Hanukah gift basket especially when you want your delicious gift to look alluring as well.  But what exactly is a Jewish Mandel Bread?  The term literally means the almond bread, but there is much more that goes into the Jewish biscotti as the Mandel bread is otherwise known as.  


 



Light and fluffy, the Jewish Mandel Bread can be addictive as well. The very light waft of lemon and almond within the baked biscotti is delightful and the rows of the lightly baked Jewish Mandel Bread can certainly appeal to the eye making your abdomen growl with hunger pangs even if you have just had your dinner.  Adding a little cinnamon powder enhances the taste of the Jewish Mandel Bread just a bit more and it can certainly find its way into the Hanukkah gift basket especially if you are keen on adding several types of Jewish Mandel Breads to it.


                                                                                                                                 


The cookies known as the Jewish Mandel Bread can also be spruced up with exotic toppings like the Lime Pie, Peanut Butter and jelly; the later are a firm favorite with the kids. The Stuffed Oreo and Apple crumbs along with an assortment of chocolates completely camouflage the Hanukkah Gift Basket making it a veritable treat for sore eyes as well.


                                                                                                                                           


Another option of presenting Jewish Mandel Bread is to opt for a whole wheat and gluten free kind. The health conscious will definitely be grateful for receiving it and the orthodox Jewish friends will undoubtedly get to cherish the kosher gift so thoughtfully packed with the choicest pieces of Jewish Mandel Bread.


                                                                                                      


People following certain dietary restrictions need not be kept apart now! Gift baskets filled with Parve Jewish Mandel Bread are available now and can be safely eaten without having to worry about serious health issues arising from these delectable cookies. 


                                                                                                 


While it is definitely much more satisfying to create a gift basket and adorn it with pieces of Jewish Mandel Bread yourself, the time as well as the intricacies involved might not quite be suitable for you. The best alternative is to get professional help who will then get to enlighten you about the different ways of presenting Jewish Mandel bread in a Hanukkah gift basket.       


                                                                                                                              


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