Hanukkah, the festival of lights, is a celebration of miracles and a time of delicious food. In addition to the traditional latkes, jelly donuts — AKA sufganiyot in Yiddish — are another typical tasty item on the menu. Here are a baker’s dozen recipes (that’s 13) to help kick-start your Hanukkah donut making, from classic to fancy to a little out there. Serve these scrumptious pastries piping hot at your holiday gathering.

Classic Sufganiyot Jelly Donut Recipe

1. Classic Sufganiyot: These gems are the total package for a classic experience. Make sure to bite into one when it’s still warm, and don’t worry about getting powdered sugar all over your nose. (via Smitten Kitchen)

Jelly Donut Bundt Recipe

2. Jelly Donut Bundt: This monkey-bread-inspired bundt cake is actually made up of dozens of mini doughnuts. With this on the table, everyone can grab a bite. (via Kosher Scoop)

Jelly Donut Muffins Recipe

3. Jelly Donut Muffins: Want to take your favorite holiday snack on-the-go? These muffins are the answer, with a sweet jelly filling and plenty of cinnamon sugar on top. (via Framed Cooks)

Peanut Butter and Jelly Donuts Recipe

4. Peanut Butter and Jelly Donuts: Jelly’s #1 accomplice? Peanut butter, of course. (via Nutmeg Nanny)

Jelly Donut French Toast Recipe

5. Jelly Donut French Toast: This healthy French toast is masquerading as a jelly-filled Krispy Kreme, and that’s totally okay with us. Can we eat this for breakfast every day? (via Recipe Tin Eats)

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6. Grape Jelly Lemon Donuts: The combo may sound a little unusual, but the tartness of the lemon glaze pairs really nicely with the sweet grape jelly. It’s like a sophisticated version of your favorite jelly toast as a kid. (via Chasing Delicious)

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7. Baked Three Berry Jam Muffins: Another healthy take on a classic sweet breakfast, these giant muffins taste exactly like jelly donuts, and the strawberry preserves are way better than the processed stuff. (via Lavender and Lovage)

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8. Brioche Donuts With Raspberry Jam: These are a little more involved than your typical donuts, but the French twist keeps these delicious and light. Fill with your favorite jam or sauce for a customizable treat. (via A Space for Pudding)

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9. Apple Cider Jelly Donuts: We love this fall interpretation, made all the more seasonal thanks to cinnamon sugar and a spicy apple cider jam. You could even fill these with pumpkin pie filling for a great Thanksgiving dessert. (via Bashful Bao)

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10. Drunken Jelly Donut Milkshake: Two donuts go into this bad boy, plus plenty of ice cream and jam. The shot of Grand Marnier is optional, but we recommend it. (via Southern Soufflé)

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11. Roquefort and Cinnamon Donuts With Cognac Jelly: Get ready to indulge. This decadent donut is filled with a unique blend of chocolate and Roquefort cheese. Just try not to eat them all before you’re finished plating. (via Great British Chefs)

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12. Rustic Raspberry Jam Donuts: You can make these hearty sweets with fresh raspberries or homemade jam. Use whatever sparks your creativity! (via The Farmer’s Daughter)

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13. Strawberry Chia Jam and Glazed Peanut Butter Donuts: These literally have all you could want in a dessert. Salty sweet peanut butter donut + healthy jam with chewy chia bits = a flavor and texture explosion. We’ll take a baker’s dozen, please. (via Half Baked Harvest)

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