LYL: Rugelach

However you pronounce the name, I hope these were delicious!  Looking forward to reading all about these!

This gorgeous sampling was baked by one of this week’s hosts – Jessica of My Baking Heart.  Our other host this week is Margaret of The Urban Hiker.  Either of these two fabulous bakers should have the recipe link.

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