Matza CrunchI just made a fresh batch of matza crunch! How can anyone deprive themselves of sweet and gooey caramel covered matza with chocolate drizzle? It's a simple recipe that you can make. The worst part about it....the clean up. Click on this link for a detailed matza crunch tutorial.
Frozen Lemon DessertAnother dessert that I made last year was a frozen lemon cake. Click here for a tutorial on how to impress your guests with a light lemony frozen dessert that you would never even know was kosher for Passover!
Sponge CakeI'm sure that your mother or grandmother has their favourite sponge cake recipe that rises sky high when baked without any egg yolks. I still can't get it right! But, when my aunt showed me how to do it, (she has perfected this cake) her recipe and the moistness of her cake was delicious. Click here for a detailed tutorial on how to make my Auntie Helen's Sponge Cake.
Cheesecake SquaresIf you are a cheesecake lover, like my husband and I, I improvised and made this version of cheesecake squares last year. Since lemon is a staple in Passover desserts, this is yet another recipe that includes it! But, why not change it up by omitting the lemon and adding chocolate?
Chocolate Chip CookiesAttention all of you mommy's with kiddies...Ryan absolutely loved mixing up the batter for these kosher for Passover chocolate chip cookies we made together last year. This is an easy recipe to make with the kids over the weekend and believe it or not, these cookies are actually delicious!
MeringuesFor those of you with a sweet tooth, (like me), meringues are always a sweet treat that are simple to make. If you have a piping bag and a star tip, they look really pretty, especially if you add a little food color to brighten them up. They taste just as yummy when the fluffy egg white mixture is spooned onto a cookie sheet and baked!
Wishing you and your families a SWEET Passover!