Matzah Puppy Chow is the Passover snack you’ll want all year round! Sweet and chocolatey and hard to stop at one bite. How were your Passover seders? Mine were fantastic! I went home to CT and had a lovely time with the fam. We cooked a lot of course- my brisket was especially tasty- and we all made sure to have our obligatory four glasses of wine. All in all a success! I will make sure to do a recap this week. Here is a quicky Passover snack that will convert even staunch matzah haters. Matzah Puppy Chow! It’s not the prettiest dish on the block, but it sure is addictive. Based on the ever popular
crack Chex Puppy Chow. Here is all you need!
Make sure to use kosher for Passover confectioner’s sugar (it has potato starch instead of cornstarch). First up, put your chocolate chips, peanut butter and butter in a sauce pan and cook on low to medium heat until all melted and no lumps remain. Then add in the vanilla.
Matzah Puppy Chow
- 9 pieces matzah (broken into bite sized pieces)
- 1 cup kosher for Passover semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup almond butter or cashew butter. (Peanut butter works not during Passover or if you eat it during Passover!)
- 1/4 cup butter or margarine
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 1/2 cups kosher for Passover confectioner's sugar
- Prep a cookie sheet with wax paper and set aside.
- First up, put your chocolate chips, nut butter and butter in a sauce pan and cook on low to medium heat while stirring until all melted and no lumps remain. Then stir in the vanilla.
- Remove from heat and add your broken up matzah in and coat the matzah in the chocolate.
- After that, add the confectioner’s sugar and mix up until all your matzah is covered.
- Spread the mixture on the wax paper to cool. I popped mine in the refrigerator to make the process faster. Then eat and enjoy!
- Store in an airtight container if there is any left!