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Jewish families make mishloach manot at home and distribute them to friends. Often presented in baskets, mishloach manot include at least two different types of food, including , the traditional three-sided pastry eaten on Purim. 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.
Check out this cute video for a few mishloach manot ideas, then find even more creative ideas to try this year: