Passover Desserts for Jew

Hey you! I am taking a little cooking break to relish in the sweet, sweet hipster scene that has descended upon Austin for SXSW. But I didn’t want to leave Jew hanging! Here are a few desserts I am toying with for the flour-less holiday of Passover. What do you guys think I should make?

  • Chocolate Caramel Matzah Crunch
  • Bubbe’s Famous Flourless Chocolate Cake
  • Macaroons
  • Chocolate Chip Meringues
  • Any other ideas??

rugrats passover

 

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Comments

  1. i’d love to see a matzoh crunch- a less-formal dessert for packing in lunches or snacking on everyday other than the usual fancy dessert served at the seder.

    can’t wait to see your passover recipes!

  2. Thanks for the feedback! I think the matzah crunch will be a crowd pleaser.

  3. I vote for the chocolate caramel matzah crunch.

  4. Have a beer and rock out for me this week, would ya?

  5. I make the matzo caramel crunch so I to vote for it….it is equivalent to crack for a crack addict (or so I’m told..no personal experience!) I see people make it with unsalted butter, but I always use salted. It gives more depth of flavor in my humble opinion. My recipe calls for 4 plain unsalted matzos, 1 cup salted butter, 1 cup packed brown sugar, 1 cup chopped pecans, 1 cup chocolate chips, and one 2 oz package of sliced almonds. Which recipe do you use?

    • With four votes, I think matzah caramel crunch is the winner! I actually have never had it so I am pumped to play with a recipe!

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  1. [...] belated Purim, friends! With a whopping four votes (including mine) on my first ever informal poll, Chocolate Caramel Matzah Crunch (CCMC) is the Passover dessert winner! You lose, macaroon! I will [...]

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