Our matzo brittle s’mores are featured on The Huffington Post!
Check out this article by Julie Resnick of The Feedfeed for Huffpost Taste:
Reviewing thousands of submissions on #feedfeed each day from our Instagram community, some pretty amazing flavor combinations bubbled to the top that will take your Grandma’s Passover recipes and turn them on their head!
Passover starts this Friday, April 22nd and with that 8-night holiday comes lots of Matzo! Matzo is unleavened bread made simply with flour and water (and sometimes eggs) and is punched with hundreds of holes to keep it from rising. To me (and I think most!) Matzo is pretty bland. That is until you get creative! So put down the peanut butter or cream cheese and check out the amazing ways the feedfeed community is incorporating Matzo into their home cooking in new and inventive ways!
Matzo Brei Breakfast Sandwich With Ricotta & Sautéed Kale
Photo/ Recipe by @iwillnoteatoysters of I Will Not Eat Oysters
Who needs bread when you can have Matzo Brei, which is a dish of broken up matzo that has been mixed with eggs and then cooked, resulting in a scrambled egg type concoction, but with slightly more texture. In this rendition, @iwillnoteatoysters creates a batter out the matzo and egg mixture and pan-fries it in oil creating a perfectly crisp vessel for the fried egg, sauteed kale and ricotta cheese breakfast sandwich.
Chocolate Fruit and Nut Matzo Toffee
Photo / Recipe by @simplybeautifuleating
Add toffee to almost anything and it would be delicious, but this matzo toffee by @simplybeatifuleating is beautiful to look at too! Make a double batch so you can gift one to friends or family and save the other all for yourself! Watchhow Debi makes this on our Snapchat!
Matzo Around the World: French, Thai, Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean and Hawaiian
Photo / Recipe by @ferrarokitchen
Never eat boring Matzo again! These amazing globally inspired matzo topping ideas will keep things interesting all Passover long!
Matzo Brittle S’Mores
What better way to enjoy Matzo than as S’mores? If making homemade marshmallows is not your thing, consider using store-bought marshmallows or even try filling the matzo brittle squares with ice cream for a frozen treat!
Charoset Ice Cream with Apples, Honey and Walnuts
Photo / Recipe by @kaleandcaramel
Ok, so no matzo here, but Charoset ice cream? Where have you been all my life! How good would this be as a matzo ice cream sandwich? For those unfamiliar, Charoset is a mix of apples, walnuts, honey, red wine and cinnamon, and in the story of Passover represents the mortar the Jews used to build bricks while they enslaved in Egypt.
Matzo Bars With Almonds, Oranges And Sesame Seeds
Photo / Recipe by @buttersugarflowers
I love this flavor combination! It reminds me of classic baklava, but is much easier to make.
Spinach, Artichoke and Roasted Red Pepper Matzo Kugel
Photo / Recipe by @myfoodthoughts
Everyone’s favorite dip in kugel form! The artichokes, spinach and roasted red peppers are a welcome addition to the classic matzo kugel base of this recipe.