3 Sweet Treats Made with Matzo

You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy this Passover staple! We’ve built three sweet treats around the kid-friendly unleavened bread. 

Made with only flour and water and baked quickly, this flatbread symbolizes humility. According to religious history, the Jewish nation relied on it—along with their faith in God—for sustenance as they traveled through the desert to the Promised Land.

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Matzo Chocolate-Banana Layer Cake

Alexandra Grablewski

Matzo Chocolate-Banana Layer Cake

Let them assemble—and eat!—this so-easy, no-bake dessert that incorporates melted chocolate, homemade whipped cream, and banana slices.

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Matzo Brei With Berries and Caramel

Alexandra Grablewski

Matzo Brei With Berries and Caramel

This scrambled-egg-and-matzo concoction is a traditional Passover breakfast, but we’ve sweetened it up for any time of day by adding caramel and berries on top.

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Matzo Crunch Bites

Alexandra Grablewski

Matzo Crunch Bites

Matzo balls aren’t just for soup! Kids will get a kick out of rolling the dough made from dates, almond butter, and matzo, and then dipping it into shredded coconut, cocoa powder, powdered sugar, or chopped almonds.

All recipes by Amy Kritzer. She's the founder of the blog What Jew Wanna Eat, author of Sweet Noshings, and the owner of ModernTribe.com. In her spare time, she likes theme parties and glitter.

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