Sukkot Crackers

Sukkot Crackers

4 eggs
3/4 cup sugar
5 tablespoons cocoa
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 cup oil
2 packages graham crackers
1 cup orange juice
chocolate sprinkles

In a mixer, beat eggs, sugar, chocolate and vanilla extract. Add oil gradually without stopping the mixer, until it forms a cream.
Pour the juice into a bowl. Dip the one cracker at a time into the juice. Cover the bottom of a medium sized pan with these crackers. Spread a layer of cream on the crakckers. Put another layer of wet cookies and on them another layer of cream. Continue like this finishing at the top with a layer of cream. Sprinkle the top with sprinkles and put it in the refrigerator.
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Kylo Ren The First Order January 28, 2017

question- Just like Mr. Spock asked, I'd like to ask, what do crackers have to do with Sukkot? Is this supposed to look like a succah? Reply

Mr. Spock U.S.S Enterprise January 7, 2017

Not logical. Highly illogical. What do crackers have to do with Sukkot? Reply

moussia February 6, 2014

sooo good I love it . it was so good Reply

Sheila Mt.Laurel, Nj October 19, 2011

Raw eggs ? A mousse type of pudding. This was a fun and tasty dessert. Reply

Anonymous May 16, 2011

yummyness that sounds awesome!!!!!! Reply

Miriam Cohen Melbourne September 18, 2010

substitute I would try a pudding instead of this cream. Like the ozem or glick's brands where you justadd milk. Reply

sara Staten Island, New York September 4, 2010

sara Can't use raw eggs in recipes at this time. Reply

chana Chicago, IL. September 25, 2009

Sukkos crackers This sounds yummy for me. Reply

Chani Benjaminson, September 12, 2008

eggs Can you use pasteurized eggs? If yes you may want to substitute with that ingredient. Reply

Anonymous September 11, 2008

Sukkos crackers What can be used besides raw eggs? Reply