Hanukkah starts at sundown on December 20, and lasts for eight nights of celebrating, with candle lighting, dreidel spinning, latke frying, and, of course, enjoying holiday desserts.

Here are eight delicious-looking Hanukkah desserts:

Hanukkah Rice Krispie Treats1. Hanukkah Rice Krispies Treats (shown)

These cute treats are easy-to-make and fun to decorate.

2. Homemade Gelt

This year, skip the store-bought gelt and make your own amazing Apricot Gelt using this recipe from Martha Stewart.

3. "Glittered" Sufganiyot

No Hanukkah celebration is complete without the traditional fried doughnuts—try these glittery ones, also from Martha Stewart.

Tiny donuts made with Cheerios4. Tiny Doughnuts (shown)

Kids will love making these adorable itty-bitty doughnuts from cheerios, frosting, and sprinkles.

5. Shin Newtons

This easy DIY recipe explains how to make dreidel cookies from fig newtons, pretzel sticks, and icing.

6. Hanukkah Cake Pops

These festive cake pops feature the Star of David, or try these cake pops that look like dreidels.

7. Numeral Cookies

These cookies count off the days of Hanukkah from 1 to 8, perfect for kids who want to savor every night, or they would make a fun hostess gift, too.

Cupcake Menorah8. Cupcake Menorah (shown)

What could be sweeter than a menorah made from cupcakes? Use a giant cupcake in the middle for the shamas candle.

What's your favorite Hanukkah dessert? Share your recipe, or a link to the website!