Chocolategelt.com specializes in Purim products. We offer everything you need to put together a very nice affordable shalach manot gift for your project. See below our 5 easy steps how to create a successful fundraiser or mailing package. SAMPLES AVAILABLE, just contact us!
Gourmet Style Hamentashen
BULK Case of 350 cookies
NEW! Individually Wrapped Hamentashen
Chocolate Dipped, Sprinkled, Chocolate
Assorted Style Purim Hamentashen
BULK Case of 400 cookies
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BULK with with complimentary bags for packing.
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Several easy steps to plan your project and make it a great success!
STEP 1: Choose your shalach manot packaging
The fun hamantash shape adds an extra Purim feel to the shalach manos making it the perfect box to be given to all. Designed in Israel. 2 assorted designs. Dim: 8 3/4" sides x 3" High.
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This beautiful box with designs reflecting the story of Esther and mitzvahs of Purim will be perfect for your celebration. Each side of the box is shown in the picture. Happy Purim is written in English on one side and in Hebrew on another side of the box. Dim: 9" x 5" x 5.5"
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STEP 2: Fill up your package with Israeli goodies
Delicious halva snack bar made in Israel. Great for mishloach manot. Kosher Pareve Badatz Jerusalem. Product size (including wrapper) 3.5" x 2" x 0.5".
View Pricing and more Details. Click here.Pesek Zman - Chocolate mini candy barDelicious swiss style milk chocolate bar with crispy wafer and hazelnut filling inside. Pesek zman means "time out" in Hebrew. Product size (including wrapper) 4" x 1.75"x 0.5".
STEP 3: Add Hamentashen - What is Purim without these?
Discount Bulk Case of Hamantashen (400 cookies - 30 lbs)
Baked under strict Rabbinical supervision: Parve Pas Yisroel
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Purim Hamentash / Candy Bag
Great for packing hamentashen and candy.
Size: 4" wide x 2.5" deep x 6" tall.
STEP 4: Complement your gift with a mask and a grogger.
Purim Masks Case of 60
100 Purim character masks assortment. Price varies depending on quantity.
Multi-color Half Masks
A set of 12 multi-color eye masks. Lots of fun and the best value! Order in bulk and save.
Traditional Purim Metal Groggers (144 pcs)
144 Assorted Metal Groggers. These groggers are the noisiest ever. They'll add lots of fun to your Purim party!
Israeli Style 6 inch Groggers (100 pcs)
These colorful clown graggers (groggers) are great for Purim celebration.
STEP 5: Put it all together. You are done!
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Purim Mishloach Manot / Party Supplies Samples Kit
We created this package for everyone who is involved in organizing Purim shalach manot fundraisers and needs to see our products before buying them in large quantities. Please specify which products you would like to see.
Discount case of 400-420 Hamantaschen.
Complimentary bags to pack hamentashen
in sets of 2 or 4 cookies come with the case!
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The three-cornered filled pastries known as Hamantashen are a traditional Purim treat. The name literally means "Haman Pockets," but they are also called "Haman's Hat." Is Israel they are called "Ozney Haman" -- Haman's Ears! In Yiddish, the word for poppy is mon. Tash means pocket. A "mon-tash" then, is a "poppy pocket," which is an apt description of the pastry itself. When the Hebrew definite article "Ha" is added you get "ha-mon-tash." The fact that the "ha-mon" part sounds like the name of the villain of the Esther story may be the reason that the "hamantash" became associated with Purim. In any case, in the Jewish world of today it wouldn't be Purim without them, so here's a recipe so you can make your own:
4 cups flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 pound of butter, melted
1 cup honey
Poppy-seed filling (buy ready made or make your own).
Preheat oven to 350ºF
Sift together the flour, baking soda and salt into a large bowl.
Mix in the eggs, honey and butter.
Roll out the mixture onto a lightly flowered board. (This is a very sticky dough because of the honey, so have some extra flour handy to sprinkle in as needed in order to get it to roll flat).
Use a glass or cookie cutter with about a 3" diameter to cut the dough into little circles.
put a little filling in the center of each circle and fold the edges into the three cornered shape, leaving an opening in the center.
Bake for 30 minutes.
YIELD: about 48 hamantashen.
POPPY SEED Filling:
2 cups poppy seeds
1 cup water
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
Bring water to boil in a small saucepan
Put seeds in a strainer and pour the boiling water over them.
Grind the seeds in a mortar or food processor.
Place the ground seeds in a medium saucepan and add the honey, sugar and salt.
Cook over a low flame until thick, stirring continually.
YIELD: enough filling for about 48 hamantashen.
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