Matzah Brei and Beyond: Recipes for Passover Brunch at Home
Passover is the most celebrated Jewish holiday in America, with almost 90 percent of American Jews observing the holiday in some way – and although this year's observance looks different than ever before, there is still hope to be found and delicious Passover foods to enjoy.
Depending on what ingredients are available to you, here are some of our favorite recipes for Passover brunch home brunch for your family. See a recipe you like but can't make right now? Save it for next year and start daydreaming in advance...
Chag sameach, friends.
- Matzah Brei
- Sweet Vegan Matzah Brei with Cardamom Cashew Crème and Berries
- Sunday Morning Shakshuka
- Mina de Maza [Matzah Pie]
- Caramelized Red Onion & Dill Frittata with Smoked Salmon
- Matzah Pizza
- Mock Mac and Cheese
- Seder Plate Salad
- Israeli Green Salad with Strawberries
- Herb Salad with Feta Cheese, Halvah, and Green Almonds
- Chicken Salad Veronique with Avocados
- Kale, Mango, and Almond Salad
- Passover Bagels
- Matzah Meal Popovers
- Roasted Asparagus with Parsley Pesto
- Tri-Colored Sweet Potato Kugel
- Chocolate Quinoa Cake
- Matzah Toffee Squares
- Passover Key Lime Pie
- Matzah Candy Buttercrunch
- Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Matzah Squares
- Chocolate-Drizzled Coconut Macaroons
- Double Coconut Chocolate Macaroons
- Matzah Meal Fritters
- Passover Apple Cake
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