Purim. We are instructed in the scroll of Esther (9:19) to send gifts to one another.are gifts of food that friends (and prospective new friends!) exchange on
Often presented in baskets, mishloach manot include at least two different types of food, including Many families purchase or bake hamantaschen to include in these baskets and to enjoy at home. Mishloach manot may also include a wide variety of foods and treats. These gifts are frequently referred to by their Yiddish name, shalachmanos., the traditional three-sided pastry eaten on Purim.
social justice aspect of the holiday., a second Purim tradition, are gifts given at this season to those in need so that they, too, can celebrate Purim with a special meal (Esther 9:22). Many families have committed to participating in this important
Check out this cute video for a few mishloach manot ideas, then find even more creative ideas to try this year: