passover desserts

Any favorites?

  • Posted by: FayeS
  • March 19, 2013


sexyLAMBCHOPx March 19, 2013
I love a good flourless cake and chocolate covered matzo.
Couldn't B. March 19, 2013
This is my list of passover desserts that I have on my blog. They are all non-dairy and most if them are gluten-free as well. Let me know if I can be of any help in picking something!
ChefJune March 19, 2013
We've always liked a big meringue bowl (Pavlova's cousin!) filled with scoops of multicolored sorbets. Really festive and pretty, light after the big meal and easy prep. The meringue goes into a hot oven that is then turned off and allowed to sit there overnight (called "Forgotten Torte!").
Aliwaks March 19, 2013
I've been making pavlovas for the past few years... so light and delightful after such a heavy meal and I find fairly easy to keep kosher with subbing a non dairy whipped cream (like the coconut cream featured today) for whipped cream and using lots fresh fruit. The combinations are endless and fun.. a coconut pavlova mirrors tradiationl maccaroons, a chocolate raspberry one brings to mind the Joyva raspberry jellies, and if you are Sephardim you can make one with bits of halvah!
creamtea March 19, 2013
This delicious toasted-hazelnut cake with bittersweet chocolate frosting; everyone loves it: I may also make Herve This's chocolate mousse. I also make a lemon-almond cake with lemon glaze.
Monita March 19, 2013
Here are a few I make every year:
Flourless choc. Torte (¢er=307033&gallery=274463&slide=340358)
Almond-coconut macaroons (¢er=307033&gallery=274463&slide=281264)
Apple cake (¢er=307033&gallery=274463&slide=258417)
drbabs March 19, 2013
I always make these:
And I've made this:
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