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10 Parve Passover Desserts

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Passover means lots of rules: no leavening, no flour, and, for those who keep kosher, no mixing milk and meat. Luckily, we still have sugar, eggs, and fruit to do the work for us. Instead of the chalky, dense, packaged Passover desserts, bake your own this year. Since you can serve these after meat meals as well as dairy, your seder-mates will thank you -- and you'll have a sweet-filled house all week long.

Alice Medrich's New Classic Coconut Macaroons by Genius Recipes

New Classic Coconut Macaroons

 

Hervé This' Chocolate Mousse by Genius Recipes

 

Chocolate mousse from Food52

 

 

Chocolate-Balsamic Macaroons by foxloveslemons

Macaroons from FOod53 

 

Pear Vanilla Sorbet by gabsimonelouise

Pear Vanilla Sorbet

 

Citrus-Thyme Macaroons by drbabs

Citrus-Thyme Macaroons

 

Roasted Rhubarb and Strawberries by Ladystiles

Roasted Rhubarb and Strawberries

 

David Lebovitz's Chocolate Sorbet by Genius Recipes

Chocolate Sorbet

 

The Kitchn's One Ingredient Ice Cream by Genius Recipes

One-Ingredient Ice Cream

 

Chewy Chocolate Meringues by Riki Shore

Chewy Chocolate Meringues 

 

The River Café's Strawberry Sorbet by Genius Recipes

Strawberry Sorbet 

 

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Tags: passover, jewish, holidays, parve, kosher, holiday

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7 months ago healthierkitchen

one of my favorites from this site, WinnieAb's salted chocolate chip macaroons:
http://food52.com/recipes...

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7 months ago healthierkitchen

not pareve I guess, though delicious!

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over 1 year ago janeojungle

all these recipes must be delicious ´cos the pictures sure are!!
will try the sorbes.. B-)

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over 1 year ago Nurul|Happy Tiffin

Normally I don't read article on blogs, but I would like to say that this write-up very pressured me to try and do so! Your writing style & Food picture has been amazed me. Thank you, very nice post.

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over 1 year ago jperrella

You guys, I spent all week checking this site for new Passover ideas. But now I'm done planning, Seder is tomorrow. Lovely ideas here for next year.

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over 1 year ago Arrxx

Chewy Chocolate Meringues by Riki Shore - seems that there is no recipe on the link. Just a photo. But looks good.

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over 1 year ago Loves Food Loves to Eat

Just noticed this too... and I couldn't find the recipe by searching either. Finally was able to find it by going to Riki Shore's profile: http://food52.com/recipes...

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over 1 year ago Brette Warshaw

Thanks for the heads up -- just fixed this!

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over 1 year ago Renée (RJ Flamingo) Joslyn

Last year I made a Passover Chocolate Orange Mousse Torte (http://flamingomusings...), partially inspired by Herve This' genius chocolate mousse from Food 52 (http://food52.com/blog...). If you use kosher for Passover chocolate, you don't have to worry about dairy content.

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over 1 year ago Danizmango

Vanilla extract can also be a no-no, depending on the alcohol it's made in.

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over 1 year ago Matilda Luk

Really? Are extracts made out of grains (e.g.: vodka) not OK? What kinds of alcohol are OK? (I'm not Jewish, but I'd like to avoid forbidden foods for my friends who are observant.)

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over 1 year ago Danizmango

If it's made out of potato vodka (aka homemade and you did it that way by chance/design), though the rule is that you can't have anything fermented so I don't know where that leaves things. You can buy kosher for passover extract. It all depends, of course, on how observant your friends are; I'd ask before you make yourself crazy. My husband is more observant than I am so I just follow his lead. His family allows Potato Vodka (Chopin) but others may not feel the same way. There's a good thread here on Chowhound: http://chowhound.chow.com...

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over 1 year ago judie davolio

I will have one of each!! Judie D