Celebrate Passover with Crafts and Food

Searching for new recipes that are kosher for Passover? Try these while you teach your kids the story of the holiday with a few cute crafts!

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Dill-Flavored Matzah Ball Soup

Dill-Flavored Matzah Ball Soup

This delicious soup is comfort food at its best. Homemade matzah balls paired with the fresh flavor of dill make for a winning combination.

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Passover Mandel Bread

Dasha Wright

Passover Mandel Bread

This twice-baked treat is perfect dipped in your morning coffee. The classic flavors of cinnamon and sugar get a sweet boost with yummy chocolate chips.

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Roasted Asparagus with Garlic

Tina Rupp

Roasted Asparagus with Garlic

Roasted asparagus is the perfect side for your family's seder. Fresh lemon provides a tangy bite.

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Chocolate Break-Up

James Baigrie

Chocolate Break-Up

For a sweet snack this Passover, try this recipe for Chocolate Break-Up. Chocolate and nuts dress up traditional matzoh for a fun and festive delight.

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Passover Sponge Cake

Dasha Wright

Passover Sponge Cake

The absence of leavening agents makes this sponge cake the ideal dessert for Passover. Orange juice adds a light citrus element.

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Passover Pompom Critters

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Passover Pompom Critters

Kids might actually fall in love with these pompom critters that represent the 10 plagues.

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Parting of the Red Sea Diorama

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Parting of the Red Sea Diorama

Create these clever characters out of corks and bottle caps.

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Button Cup

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Button Cup

Make a special cup for Elijah by attaching mosaic beads to a wine glass.

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Get Crafty!

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Get Crafty!

Check out this awesome book of Jewish crafts to find more Passover ideas!

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