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Pesach Fingers


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Pesach Fingers

This great take-a-long snack couldn’t be easier to prepare!


  • Ready Time : 0 min


30 fingers


  • 2 six ounce packages ground almonds
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • Baking Chocolate, Melted


In a medium bowl, combine the almonds, sugar, and eggs. Refrigerate until hardened.
Preheat oven to 350⁰F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Remove from refrigerator and roll into short, thin strips of dough and place on baking sheet.
Bake for 15 minutes.
Remove from oven and let cool. Dip one end into melted chocolate.





16 Responses to Pesach Fingers

  1. I love these easy cookies. I made them with ground hazelnuts because that is what I found at the store and they were so good, the hit of the meal. It is a joke how easy they are.

  2. avatar says: Nanabird4

    Looks easy. Thanks for all your wonderful recipes.

  3. avatar says: shosh

    im super excited to make these cookies! just wanted to know what the texture of the cookie is…

    • They are slightly chewy, they remind me of these chocolate horns my dad used to buy, hope that helps, I know you will be happy with these.

  4. avatar says: ariel

    No oil or margarine in this recipe??

    • No, the eggs pull it all together and the nuts have fat in them too so it works, I did use my hands to mix it together, was difficult with a spoon.

  5. avatar says: miriamt

    Made these on pesach, husband and kids loved them!

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  7. avatar says: brachie

    does anyone know how many cups is 6ozs of ground almonds? my bag is much bigger

  8. avatar says: mslbl

    Made them, my adult children LOVED them!

  9. avatar says: mslbl

    Would send a pic, but they were gone before I could get my camera.

  10. Can I make these with almond flour instead of ground almonds? How will that affect the texture?

    • I have to say I wouldn’t recommend it, I make these every year, but I think they need that bit of texture that the flour wouldn’t give.

      • avatar says: Jill

        Thanks! That’s what I figured so now I’m back to the store to get ground almonds.

  11. avatar says: Risa

    Can I make them with no nuts. I am a peanut and all nut allergy?

    • I believe these would work with almost any nut, but I can’t imagine them without any since they are the main ingredient.

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