Celebrate Passover with Crafts and Food

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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!

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.

Dasha Wright
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.

Tina Rupp
Tina Rupp

Roasted Asparagus with Garlic

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

James Baigrie
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.

Dasha Wright
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.

Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom
Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom

Passover Pompom Critters

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

Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom
Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom

Parting of the Red Sea Diorama

Create these clever characters out of corks and bottle caps.

Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom
Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom

Button Cup

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

Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom
Courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom

Get Crafty!

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

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