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Have you heard of Matzel Toff? Matzel Toff! uses only the finest ingredients to enrobe Streit’s matzah in mouth-watering toffee and rich chocolate. There are no preservatives or artificial flavors in their Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt, Milk Chocolate, Parve Dark Chocolate (kosher for Passover) and Parve Dark Chocolate with Coconut (kosher for Passover) varieties.

Certified Kof-K Kosher, Matzel Toff!‘s Milk and Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt varieties are strictly kosher but not kosher for Passover. Their kosher for Passover varieties are: Parve Dark Chocolate, Parve Dark Chocolate with Coconut and Milk Chocolate for Passover.

Matzel Toff! is manufactured in a facility that uses nuts, soy and egg.

Currently JDeal is running an awesome deal that allows Three boxes for $25 (a $37 value) or six boxes for $49 (a $69 value) or twelve boxes for $88 (a $127 value) of Kosher for Passover Parve Dark Chocolate Matzel Toff! (shipping included) – Click the link to take advantage. This Deal Ends Sunday Night.

HOWEVER – Matzel Toff! is giving one lucky JoK reader the chance to win ONE FAMILY BOX of Kosher for Passover Matzel Toff! Winner must be US Resident of the 50 states and territories. Contest Ends Wednesday March 21 2012 at 12pm. Winner will be chosen by online randomizer from qualifying entries.

Matzel Toff! was featured in our kosher product spotlight of 2011 post.
Read Jamie’s Interview with Abigail Hendel Levy, co-founder and CEO of Matzel Toff!.

To Enter: Please leave a comment below answering this question:
What does Passover mean to you?

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About Hadassah Sabo Milner


HaDassah Sabo Milner is a Welsh Jew who lives in Monsey NY. She is a writer and a blogger and a lifelong foodie. She's married with four sons who provide her with much fodder for her writing projects. HaDassah is also a social media rockstar who can update multiple platforms simultaneously whilst cooking Shabbat dinner for 70. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter Twittr , and read her blog In The Pink .




19 Responses to Win Matzel Toff!

  1. avatar says: Amy

    Passover means spending time with my adorable nephews! They live in New York, but are coming to Chicago for Passover this year (along with their parents).

  2. Psssover means all the children and grandchildren together and more fruits and vegetables consumed with no complaints from the kids. It’s the healthiest food week of the year.

  3. avatar says: Leens

    Passover to me means making chocolate matzah rocky road candies for my family and friends!

  4. avatar says: AllisonRD

    Passover means a sense of freedom…from all the dirt and grime around the house!

  5. avatar says: JoanyPony

    Passover means that all of my children and grandchildren gather at our home and continue traditions passed down from my parents and start traditions of our own.

  6. avatar says: Avraham

    I enjoy reading the story of Passover and when the children search for the Afikomen.

  7. avatar says: silverfur

    Passover is a time for remembering the past and exploring the foundations of my faith. It is a time for connecting the past with the present and looking toward the future.

  8. To me, Passover is about remembering and reassurance about G-d’s promises. We celebrate the Passover to remember how G-d delivered us from Egypt and He gives us a promise that He will return for us again and will always be our Deliverer.

    Psalm 77:11 says, I shall remember the deeds of the L-rd; Surely I will remember Your wonders of old.

  9. Spiritually, it’s remembering our past and how G-d freed us to serve him. Hopefully we will return once again to Yerushalayim. It is a very family-oriented Yomtov focusing on educating our children. On a physical level it is a chance to get a fresh start with a clean house and to be creative in the kitchen WITHOUT losing our cool.

  10. It is a way to connect with both my religion and my family over a great meal.

  11. avatar says: fbogus

    To my daughter it means Aunt Frances’ matzah ball soup and Ima’s brisket and “I have to eat matzah again?!” To me husband it means family. To me it means I once again have to figure out how to get 16 people at a table that seats 10, 12 if you squish together.

  12. Family, food, and tradition. Always been my favorite holiday. My fondest memories are of everyone around the table during the seder and of everyone together during chol hamoed.

  13. avatar says: nyhilary

    To me, Passover is family. My mom, brother and I are all separated by thousands of miles and it’s the one holiday we are all together.

  14. avatar says: shwaks

    Passover is FAMILY………..

  15. Passover makes me proud to be Jewish, makes me rethink how and what I eat impacts my spirituality.

  16. avatar says: Ari Ross

    Passover to me is all about reliving our rich history, celebrating our traditions, and realizing how lucky we are to have everything that we have today.

  17. avatar says: Lynne

    Pesach enables me to connect with all of my immediate and extended family, to my fellow Jews all around the world, to past & future generations, and to Jews that I do not know. We all share, have shared , or will share the same story of freedom and Jewish tradition, sing and pray together, and share the same story and traditional foods as we celebrate the retelling of the Pesach story.

  18. avatar says: tramp

    Getting together with family and friends, eating traditional Jewish food and have a Seder.

  19. It means relatives from afar will come, and we will have family time-a tradition worth keeping

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