10 Passover Dessert Recipes That Are Totally Kosher
Although Girl Scout cookies and cakes are a no-no this Passover, you don’t have to rely on macaroons alone to get your sugar fix. Read on for crowd-pleasing, kosher dessert recipes that are flourless and fantastic.
1. Chocolate Hazelnut Bars: Chocolate and hazelnut go together like peas and carrots, but the former duo is way more exciting. These nom-worthy bars are a dream, and since they’re GF, vegan, Paleo, and kosher, they can be enjoyed by everyone. (via At the Immigrant’s Table)
2. Chocolate Caramel Matzo Bark With Strawberries and Coconut: These pretty and swirly matzo bark pieces are springtime perfection. (via Bakers Royale)
3. Pecan Banana Matzo Pancakes: Gooey bananas and crunchy pecans make for a sweet breakfast OR dessert. We’d like to stress that even if you aren’t celebrating Passover, you should still make these lovely cakes. (via I Will Not Eat Oysters)
4. Chocolate Matzo Crunch: This is one of the most craved Passover treats out there, and for good reason. Roughly chopped pistachios are sprinkled over a chocolatey topping, then lightly sprinkled with sea salt for that sweet ‘n’ salty goodness we covet. (via Tori Avey)
5. Lemon Almond Sponge Cake: For those who prefer cake for dessert, this fluffy and spongy masterpiece is calling your name. If you think the crunchy slivered almonds are the best part, just wait until you’re introduced to the drizzle of warm lemon sauce. (via Life’s a Feast)
7. Mixed Berry Pavlova Layered Cake: If you’ve yet to sink your fork into a pavlova, we’re urging you to get on that ASAP. Layers of berries and whipped cream are sandwiched between crisp and airy meringue discs to create a total showstopping treat. (via Truffles and Trends)
8. Three-Ingredient Jelly Ring Cups: Be still, my heart. These brilliant chocolate cups are filled with an all-natural fruit jelly to keep them free of additives and preservatives. As if all that wasn’t awesome enough, they’re done in under 20 minutes. (via C It Nutritionally)
9. Chocolate Teff Cake: Okay, so *technically* teff is a flour, but it’s considered kosher for Passover. (Score!) It pairs wonderfully with chocolate, making this brownie-like cake a fab choice for seders and beyond. (via West of the Loop)
10. Gluten-Free Passover Chocolate Pistachio Cake and Chocolate Glaze: With wonderfully tender cake like this, who needs flour? These bite-sized treats are easy to gobble up, and they’re small enough to shrug off the guilt. (via Urban Baker)
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