- Almond Cloud Cookies
and intensely almond-y, here's our version of the King Arthur Bakery's
best-selling cookie. This cookie is gluten-free!
- Banana Nut Coffee Cake
Celebrate Passover with a delicious cake made with matzo meal.
- Banana Passover Sponge Cake
- Brownies for Passover
brownies are delicious during Passover or any time of year!
- Cheese Latkes with Roasted
These latkes are the perfect answer to those who feel intimidated by all the
grating, squeezing, and kvetching that happens over potato versions. They're
very easy to put together, and the results are terrific.
coconut macaroons are sticky-moist on the inside, and coated with rich dark
chocolate. Without flour or leavening, they're a sweet finish to the Passover
- Chocolate-Dipped Matzos
recipe will satisfy any sweet tooth - not only during Passover, but any time
of the year.
- Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
chocolate-shop treat is much easier to make than you'd think. Fresh strawberries
and good chocolate are all you need.
- Chopped Eggs and Onions
- Chopped Herring — Chopped Herring
is delicious piled on matzo.
- Cinnamon Lamb — This recipe works
equally well with a crown roast of lamb or lamb chops. Choose among herbs and
spices or add a few of your own.
- Coconut Macaroons for Passover —
The perfect dessert after a Passover dinner.
- Easy-Does-It Latkes
those salty/crunchy/smooth potato pancakes fried in oil, are a Chanukah staple.
- Flourless Chocolate-Pecan
Cake with Apricot Glaze
delicious cake will receive rave reviews at Passover, as well as throughout
- Mushroom Matzoh Lasagna —
This recipe makes a great vegetarian entree for Passover. It was created by
Louise Fiszer, co-author of A Good Day for Salads.
- Passover Cheese Blintzes
- Passover Egg Salad
- Passover Flourless Chocolate
Cake — This cake features both chocolate and cocoa; the combination
gives it a rich, dark color, and deep chocolate flavor. A chocolate ganache
glaze takes it over the top.
- Passover Fruit Crisp — Dried
fruits, red wine, spices, nuts and matzo meal are the signatures that create
a classic dessert.
- Passover Jam Thumbprint Cookies —
These delicious cookies are perfect for Passover since they use potato starch
and matzoh meal instead of flour.
- Passover Matzo Honey Cake —
This has the texture of a sponge cake, but the flavor of a dense honey cake.
- Passover Orange Roast Brisket
- Passover Popovers
- Passover Popovers 2
without flour — who knew? These light, airy treats combine the best characteristics
of popovers, muffins, and cream puffs. Bake them for your seder, and serve to
- Passover Red Snapper
- Passover Roast Chicken
- Passover Rhubarb Cobbler
- Potato Kugel Puffs
classic potato pancakes with traditional ingredients and preparation.
- Sephardic Chicken Soup —
Although Sephardic Jews always eat rice during Passover, the Ashkenazi do not.
This soup tastes delicious with or without the rice.
- Sorbet Ruffles
- Stuffed Potato Pancakes —
This is a great Passover appetizer recipe!
- Tangy Charoset Bites