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How to Make an Edible Sukkah a Craft for Sukkot

By Edited Jul 13, 2016 0 0

Making an edible Sukkah, a craft for Sukkot, is a sweet and tasty way to celebrate the Jewish harvest holiday. While making your own Sukkah may not be possible, everyone can make an edible Sukkah and then eat it in your synagogue or friend's Sukkah!

Things You Will Need

Graham cracker boards broken in half-three sets of two for each child

Tub of chocolate icing

Thing pretzel sticks

Wonka Runts (fruit shaped candy)

Paper Plate one for each child with his or her name written on it with a Sharpie

Plastic knife for each child

Paper or plastic bowls for icing and bowls for Runts

Hand wipes

Step 1

If you are working with a large group of children place the Wonka Runts in a few separate bowls. Do the same for the tub of icing and make sure each child has his or her own plastic knife.

Step 2

Have the graham cracker boards pre-cut for the kids, as an adult hand can do this more evenly and with less breakage.

Step 3

Give each child three cracker boards on a paper plate. They will place icing on the edges and "glue" them to the inside of the back wall, not edge to edge. Put on as much icing as needed.

Step 4

When the structure of three walls is upright and stable, spread icing over the pretzel sticks and lay across the two walls to make the roof.

Step 5

When enough icing has been slathered across the top, then add five or six pieces of Runts candy. If the children want to, they can put icing on the front outside edges and "glue" the Runts to that surface.

Step 6

When enough icing has been slathered across the top, then add five or six pieces of Runts candy. If the children want to, they can put icing on the front outside edges and "glue" the Runts to that surface.

Creating an edible sukkah for Sukkot with your children is a delicious way to celbrate this fall festival holiday!

Tips & Warnings

Variations:

Instead of using Runts, you can put Fruit Loops on the pretzel sticks and then glue them down with icing.

Be sure no child has any food allergies before you create and eat this craft.

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