Salty matzo balls paired with sweet sugar and creamy chocolate makes for the perfect bite-sized dessert. If you’re not a fan of chocolate, dip baked matzo balls into caramel or sweet yogurt sauce and good luck stopping after just a few. Learn how to make your own now.
With the addition of beets, dates, and candied walnuts, this version is a new way to prepare your traditional charoset. And an even newer way to serve it? Set some aside to add to your favorite breakfast smoothie. Get the full recipe after the jump.
Take leftover charoset and add it to Greek yogurt and a few other ingredients for a creamy, filling smoothie. We subbed in a traditional charoset for our new beet and date version. Get the twist after the cut!
This matzo cracker house is the perfect craft for kids and doubles as a great conversation piece. We used Passover candies to cover up imperfections, but it’s not about making it perfect—just have fun! Learn how to make your own after the cut.
We all love s’mores. If you’re celebrating Passover, matzo is a versatile little unleavened bread and makes the perfect graham cracker replacement for this much-beloved treat. It’s simple to make—just three ingredients—and the kids will love it (the adults will, too).