What did Queen Esther eat for breakfast? We think it may have been Haman's hat which is why we have put 10 large pieces of hamentashen into our brand new Purim breakfast basket. (If you aren't up on the Purim story, we eat the triangle shaped cookie called hamentashen to remind us of the evil-seeker, Haman.)
This terrific new basket, which will remind it's recipient that it's time to enjoy and have fun, includes:
-10 hamentashen cookies including best selling flvaors apricot, raspberry, chocolate, poppyseed and prune
-One plain challah from Zomick's
-A serving size of all-natural, award winning Maple Nut Matzolah. Delicious and nutritious granola made with matzo, nuts, raisins and coconut-yummy!
-From Israel, Beit Yitzhak 100% fruit spread, either pomegranate or fig, depending on availability
-Coffee and tea for 4
-All items carefully placed on a wicker platter that is attractive and reusable, wrapped in cello and tied with our "Happy Purim" ribbon.
Every item is certified kosher by a leading kosher certifier such as OU, OK, Star K and K of K. Each item is clearly marked