Vanilla Heart-Shaped Meringues filled with Cranberries

Vanilla Heart-Shaped Meringues filled with Cranberries

July 13th 2011By Joy of Kosher




June 26th 2011By Chef Laura Frankel

This gorgeous layered dessert is light and refreshing. I make the meringue layers in individual sized discs so my guests can each have their own dessert. The meringue can easily be made into larger layers and the dessert can be assembled as a larger torte. Similar to an ice box cake, this dessert sets up in the freezer and can be made several days ahead of serving.


Strawberry ‘Cheesecake’ Parfait

strawberry parfait

March 19th 2013By Seven Bites

No Bake Desserts you will love This Strawberry Cream Cheese Parfait is just amazing.


Soft and Chewy Nougat

Homemade Soft and Chewy Nougat Candy

February 14th 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

I love Italian style soft and chewy nougat. Most of the time all I can find is the hard kind and so I decided to try making it myself. Not too bad for you either as desserts go since it starts with egg white and includes nuts and dried fruit, quite a bit of sugar and honey, but I actually cut that back a bit and now I can have this special treat without much guilt. Feel free to make it your own with any mix ins from all kinds of nuts, to fruits, to chocolate. I tried it with chocolate and it actually melted in and made cool looking swirls and was really good, let me know what you try. This recipe was adapted from Bon Appetit.


Salted Chocolate Chip Macaroons

Passover Coconut Chocolate Chip Macaroons

April 2nd 2014By Lisa Horel

These macaroon cookies are made with just six ingredients. They may even be slightly good for you. Be sure to use unsweetened shredded coconut. But if you can only find the sweetened stuff, use less sugar by about half, or to taste. Keep an eye on them while baking because they go from golden to well done in a flash.


Rocky Road Brownies


March 25th 2014By Tamar Ansh

“INCREDIBLE” doesn’t even come close to describing this Passover dessert! And it freezes well, too! Passover chocolate brownies.


Raspberry Macarons with Cream Cheese Filling


March 19th 2013By What Jew Wanna Eat

Use a kitchen scale to weigh out your maracon ingredients to ensure perfect macarons! Note: time does not include time for macaron batter to develop a shell. Adapted from


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.


Pistachio Meringues


August 18th 2011By Melinda Strauss


Pavlova with Grilled Pineapple

Pavlova with Grilled Pineapple

March 7th 2013By Naomi Nachman

Pavlova is a traditional Australian dessert . My version is perfect for Pesach—it’s also been my own favorite since childhood.


Passover Cookie Layer Cake

passover cookie ice cream cake

April 1st 2014By The Kosher Butcher's Wife

This is one of those "I can't believe it's Pesachdik" desserts. I always say, there has to be one of them at the Pesach Seder. Then you can bring out the fruit platters!


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.


Passover Cheesecake Recipe and Linkup


March 18th 2013By Jamie Geller


Passover Cheese Cake


March 7th 2013By sealedwithacookie

Passover Cheese Cake This cheese cake is very light and delicate. It freezes well. I make it on passover and all year round. You can substitute potato starch for corn starch for . Enjoy!


Passover Cheese Blintzes with Strawberry Sauce


March 7th 2013By sealedwithacookie

You can freeze the blintzes. Put a layer of plastic wrap on top of blintzes (if you plan on layering them). Only pan fry before serving. Crepes are very delicate so be careful not to rip them. The crepes are parve and can be filled with a meat or dairy filling. Bon appetit!


Pareve (Dairy Free) Coconut Ice Cream


June 6th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

No one will believe this ice cream is parve and if you don't like coconut, don't worry the flavor is very subtle.


Orange Chocolate Meringue Kiss Sandwiches


April 4th 2011By Rachelle Ferneau


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.