Only a few weeks till Passover…Passover starts April 14th.I’ve got the scoop on G-free Passover finds and eats here.
Growing up, Passover desserts were famously boring and not so great. Well, except for chocolate covered matza, which was awesome. Generally, cakes were dry and crumbly, and, well, not marvelous. Since I’m grain free and soy free, I realized that most of my recipes are naturally and happily good to go for Passover.If you’re strictly kosher, ya gotta use the OUP (Kosher for Passover) ingredients or it’s not okay for Passover.
I’ve linked to some of my normal favorite brands in recipes. Every ingredient in these recipes (almond flour, nuts, chestnuts, chocolate, cocoa powder, stevia, agave, quinoa, etc.) is naturally OUP has a brand that is marked Kosher for Passover. I started trying to edit these recipes to included these brands and realized how impossible that would be, because many products have Kosher for Passover versions ONLY this time of year, so you may need to seek out different brands or buy a different batch for Passover if you’re strictly Kosher.Enjoy!
Bittersweet Chocolate Chestnut Fudge (GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar free and vegan)
Bliss Dip(GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar free and vegan)
Cinnamon Roasted Walnuts (GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar free and vegan)
Chocolate Banana Mousse Pie (GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar optional and vegan) Use an almond meal crust, or go crust-free
Chocolate covered clementines and pomegranates (GF, CF, EF, SF, low sugar and vegan)
E’s Cake (Chocolate Hazelnut Torte) yes, some kinds of Nutella are Kosher for Passover!
Easy almond cookies (GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar free and vegan)
Easier Easy Almond Cookies (GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar free and vegan)
Flourless Chocolate Torte (GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar free and vegan)
Tropical Bananas (GF, CF, EF, SF, sugar free and vegan)
Tuxedoed Strawberries (GF, CF (if you have CF chips), EF, and vegan)
PS–I looked over all these recipes to double check their Passover status, but if I’ve goofed, please drop me a line.