Strawberry Sorbet


Spicy Nut Truffle

Spicy Nut Truffle

March 6th 2013By Levana Kirschenbaum

For nut lovers only: the famous Pfeffernusse, Sephardi style. Perfect for Passover and gluten-free without even trying. Don’t try to bake them on a disposable cookie sheet, or the bottoms will burn.


Raw Date Brownies

raw vegan brownies

January 13th 2014By Chana Schottenstein

Try my raw, flour-less brownie which is sweet and rich, made up of ground nuts and dates to make the perfect brownie texture, and has a kick of rich dutch cocoa and espresso.


Raspberry Truffles

Passover Cookie Platter

March 22nd 2012By Shoshana Ohriner


Raspberry Almond Macaroons


April 4th 2011By Joy of Kosher

This isn’t the all-American coconut macaroon with which many people are familiar. Instead, it’s a lovely, light-as-a-feather French sandwich cookie, which starts with puffy wafers of ground almonds, confectioners’ sugar and egg white. This version is sealed with a rich, pink, raspberry-flavored buttercream.


Pomegranate Ganache Filling


January 23rd 2013By Shoshana Ohriner


Pistachio Meringues

Pistachio Meringues

March 2nd 2012By Shoshana Ohriner

There are two options with these meringue cookies. The pistachios can be folded in to the cookie or sprinkled on top. The meringues with the pistachios folded in are flatter and a bit crisper, but also have a stronger pistachio flavor. The ones with the nuts on top have more volume and the rose water flavor is more prominent. Taste testers were evenly divided as to which version they liked better so I have included both options.


Pesach Almond Snaps

Pesach Almond Snaps

March 23rd 2012By The Kosher Butcher's Wife

These are so yummy you'll want to make them all year round.


Passover Tiramisu


March 6th 2013By Harmony Sage Fried

The perfect Passover dessert is found with this Tiramisu. Ladyfingers are easy to make for Passover and serve as the foundation for this creamy sweet and delicious dessert.


Passover Pecan Brownies

Passover Pecan Brownie

March 6th 2013By Levana Kirschenbaum

Here comes the timeless classic, the little black dress of your dessert repertoire. In my cookbook you will find all the year round brownie variations (using natural margarine spread, which we don’t have on Passover). I whip up brownies at the drop of a hat: I am often asked to do just that, so I double the recipe and pour the batter into a (real, not disposable) large cookie sheet with sides, and show up at the party with my goodies. You won’t feel any difference whatsoever in the flavor or texture in the Passover version, using potato starch. Two simple secrets for the success of this dessert: very good chocolate for this and absolutely every chocolate dessert, and not a second more baking time. Even if they look barely set to you, the residual heat will do the rest. I love to make them in a round tart pan and cut them into wedges; but of course, any baking pan will do.


Passover Lemon Bars

Passover Lemon Bars

March 7th 2011By Joy of Kosher

Note: This recipe has been updated in 2015 taking into account some of the comments and having been retested, it is now better than ever. Take your Passover dessert-making to new heights with lemon bars. These tasty parve treats add zing to dessert and snack time. Keep reading for a lime version.


Passover Chocolate Mousse with Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Chocolate Mousse withExtra Virgin Olive Oil

July 28th 2011By Chef Laura Frankel

Don't let the name put you off, the richness of high-quality chocolate is balanced by the fruitiness of the olive oil. This lush parve dessert is perfect for Passover or anytime.


Passover Chocolate Cake Dessert

passover chocolate cake jelly roll

March 6th 2013By kosher foodies

We love this Passover dessert that takes a flourless chocolate cake and rolls it around a creamy filling. So good.


Nutty Dacquoise with Chocolate Ganache

Nutty Dacquoise with Chocolate Ganache

March 7th 2011By Joy of Kosher

A dacquoise is a baked meringue that has been combined with ground nuts and then baked and frosted. This dessert will look like a cake but taste like a crispy nut cookie covered in chocolate. How bad can that be? CKCA Senior Chef Instructor shares the following deceptively simple recipe for a delicious and sophisticated dessert.


Mini Chocolate Cakes with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

passover chocolate cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

February 27th 2013By Arielle


Marshmallow Frogs

frog marshmallows

March 19th 2012By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This recipe was inspired by Bunnys and Birds by Martha Stewart, Frogs make so much sense for Passover.


Macaroons that actually taste good

coconut macaroon

July 22nd 2010By orangeideal

So I don’t like macaroons, but I am posting about them here. I think that should suggest that these are exceptional. Further proof: I can’t stand coconut. I like to think of myself as having a relatively sophisticated, open palate. But there are certain foods that I don’t let enter my body–asparagus, raw broccoli, mushrooms (although I am getting better!), and coconut. A quick look at the recipe below will tell you that coconut is in fact the main ingredient of this recipe. And yet, I love it! So doubters, fear not and read onward.


Lemon Mousse

lemon mouse 647

March 22nd 2012By Shoshana Ohriner


Lemon and Berry Cream Cheese Parfait

whipped cream cheese berry parfait

March 12th 2013By Harmony Sage Fried

This is an easy, but delicious Passover dessert that can be eaten all year round. You can whip this up any night of the week.


Italian Meringue Macarons

tu b'shevat macarons

January 23rd 2013By Shoshana Ohriner

Recipe adapted from Dessert First, these Italian style macarons are light and tasty.