The Jew And The Carrot

Passover Sweets — The Best Recipes on the Web

By Devra Ferst

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Making a delectable Passover dessert is a challenge worthy of appearing on Iron Chef — no leavening, no flour, and if your Seder has meat, no butter. Fortunately, our favorite food sites and cookbook authors have suggestions and recipes for sorbets, toffees and an irresistible sweet matzo brei that can double as dessert. What’s your favorite Passover dessert? Share it with us in the comments.

To get you started, here are 10, incredible recipes for pareve Passover desserts like chocolate balsamic macaroons, pear vanilla sorbet and roasted strawberries with rhubarb. [Food 52]

And several more like matzo toffee with candied ginger, chocolate caramel macarons and hazelnut citrus torte from cookbook author Melissa Clark. [New York Times]

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Matzo brei will never be the same. Introducing: Cinnamon sugar matzo brei with roasted apple charoset. [Tasting Table]

Chocolate-covered matzo is one of the true pleasures of Passover. Here’s an easy way to make it at home. [Food 52]

Imagine this: a macaroon filled with molten chocolate. It’s a reality. [Fork in the Road]

Chocolate. Caramel. Matzo. Brittle. ‘Nuff said. [The Kitchn]

And if you still need ideas, the New York Times has an entire Pinterest board dedicated to Passover recipes [Pinterest]


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