Looking for some new holiday recipes? These modern takes on Passover classics are what your meal has been waiting for.
The recipe for the mousse is exceedingly simple to make. You only need good chocolate and eggs, so it's possible to whip up even when you’ve run out of pantry staples like sugar and flour. By adding just butter and sugar and popping it in the oven, you can turn it into a deeply flavored (and Passover-friendly) flourless chocolate cake. You can reserve half the batter to make a luscious chocolate mousse topping, or you can bake all the batter into one marvelously rich melt-in-your-mouth cake.
The best Passover desserts are homemade. Here you'll find our favorite recipes, including a kosher for Passover rhubarb tart, a rich macaroon cake, easy chocolate mousse, a perfectly springy strawberry cobbler with matzo streusel, and more. None of these desserts contain chametz (leavening, wheat, barley, spelt, rye, or oats); some recipes, however, are made with corn, rice, sesame, or legumes, so if you're avoiding kitniyot as well, be sure to check the ingredient list carefully.
If you’re looking for Passover meal ideas—for your seder meal and the days that follow, you need more than just your grandma’s brisket recipe. You need easy Passover food to carry you through the week—dishes like our sheet-pan Tzimmes Chicken and some fish and vegetarian options too. None of these dishes contain chametz (leavening, wheat, barley, spelt, rye, or oats). If you’re avoiding kitniyot (legumes) as well, be sure to check the ingredient list carefully.