10 Best Passover Desserts

I can’t believe that Passover starts on Monday night. I have been receiving a bunch of emails asking me for Passover recipes and ideas. I thought I would share 10 Passover desserts that I really like and are unique. I will start with my Passover Granola which is actually snack, dessert or breakfast, but it’s still sweet goodness that the entire family will love. Hope you enjoy and have a great Passover if you are celebrating this year!

Matzo Chocolate Mint Ice Cream Cake via Martha Stewart

Crunchy Pecan Cookies via Gourmet

Mandel Bread via Ingredients, Inc.

Too Good to be Called Passover Cake via Recipe.com

Chocolate Souffle Cookies via Fine Cooking 

Charoset Truffles via Mac & Cheese

Dark Chocolate Cranberry Orange Matzo Bark via Jelly Toast

Walnut Date Torte via Gourmet

Gluten Free Passover Chocolate Pistachio Cake via Urban Baker

Charoseth or Haroseth Traditional for Passover

I have to apologize that I am slightly behind on my Passover recipes to share with you. I was at the Mom 2 Summit conference last week in New Orleans attending and speaking, and I honestly got behind. Many friends have been asking me about traditional Passover foods and the Passover Seder, so I must share this simple recipe for Haroseth (also spelled and pronounced Charoseth). This mixture of wine, nuts and apples is a symbol of the mortar used by the Israelites to bond bricks while they were in slavery in Egypt. It is traditional to serve this with matzoh during the Seder meal with, and without, horseradish. It has an awesome flavor, and it is always is a hit!