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25 No-Egg Dessert Recipes For Passover

25 No-Egg Dessert Recipes For Passover

Sick and tired of Passover dessert recipes that call for 12+ eggs? So are we!


But can you really have delicious Passover desserts like raspberry jam bars, chocolate chip cookies, mousse, and brownies without any eggs? You bet!


Take a look at the delicious egg-free dessert recipes below and enjoy!


  1. Chocolate Hazelnut Clusters by Ruth Fox and Vicky Cohen
    These 3-ingredient chocolate clusters are the perfect treat for any chocolate lover. They’re sweet and salty, crunchy and decadent. Keep them in the freezer throughout Passover for whenever you’re feeling like a sweet treat!

  2. Vegan Chocolate Tart with Almond Flour Crust by Elizabeth Leigh
    This is one of my favorite recipes! Partly because it’s photographed so beautifully, but also because it’s so simple, and so delicious! This vegan gluten free chocolate tart is the perfect dessert to any meal! 

  3. Chocolate Covered Almond Logs (Gluten Free, Oil Free) by Miriam Diamant
    These delicious and simple logs are so quick and fun to make that they might just become your new favorite! I was using up extra ingredients so working with what I had; but definitely feel free to double or triple the recipe. Its that good.

  4. Shaved Ice by Chanie Nayman
    Shaved ice is a refreshing dessert that has become a go-to for me. I love that you don’t need to take out a blender! You can make this concept with any fruit juice you’d like, the sky’s the limit.

  5. Sweet Potato Brownies for Passover (Vegan, Gluten Free) by Bat-El Gershowitz
    These year-round brownies are extremely easy to make and kosher for Passover too! Healthy, plant-based, egg-free, oil-free and so, so delicious. Let’s go make them! 

  6. No-Bake Hazelnut Butter Fudge Bars (Gluten Free) by Esty Wolbe
    Watch here as Esty makes these sweet and salt nut butter bars.

  7. Raspberry Jam Bars by Molly Hagler
    There’s something so delicious about a jam bar first thing in the morning!

  8. Choco-Chip Almond Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches by Shena Dominitz
    These delicious treats are the perfect snack to enjoy on a long Passover afternoon. The chocolate chip cookies are made with almond flour and contain no egg so everyone can enjoy them!

  9. Egg and Nut-Free Passover Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies by Chaya Sara Auerbach
    This is a double recipe, as the egg replacement replaces two eggs. The dough may seem really hard to handle, but do not add more liquid! Put on gloves sprayed with cooking spray to form the cookies. They spread a bit but not too much. Adapted from Janie Chazanoff’s recipe in Whisk Issue #210.

  10. Strawberries and Cream Pie by Esty Wolbe

    A sweet and easy strawberries and cream pie! If you’re feeling adventurous, follow Esty’s favorite flavor combo and top the strawberry jam with balsamic glaze.

    Watch Esty create this simple crowd-pleaser here!

  11. Chocolate-Dipped Vanilla Bean Macaroons by Angela Liddon
    This is what I like to call macaroon perfection! It’s the go-to quick-and-easy dessert that I pop in the oven before company comes over. Not only does everyone go nuts over the macaroons, but they fill the house with a delicious vanilla, cinnamon, and almond scent as they bake. The macaroons have achieved vault status in our household. My secret is slow baking the macaroons at a very low oven temperature to ensure that the delicate coconut and almonds don’t burn before the interior is baked. Drizzle them in melted dark chocolate for the ultimate treat. 

  12. Homemade Chocolate Popsicles by Sweet Moments: Rega Matok
    You will not believe how easy it is to prepare homemade chocolate popsicles! Chocolate popsicles are easy to prepare and perfect for summer guests.

  13. Cookie Bars with Lemon Glaze by Estee Kafra
    We make these bars all year long. We switch up the toppings, sometimes using chocolate with crushed toasted nuts or even adding chocolate chips into the batter, but my favorite flavor is lemon. When I saw Meyer lemons on sale at my local grocery store, I couldn’t resist.

  14. S’mores by Ruth Fox and Vicky Cohen

  15. Heavenly Hazelnut Truffles by Efrat Libfroind
    These truffles, rich with nuts and chocolate, are a perfect Pesach dessert.

  16. Cookie Dough Bites by Naomi Hazan
    Attention all cookie dough lovers! Get your fix with these delicious no bake cookie dough bites! They’re fun to eat as little bites or even with a spoon! They’re also completely gluten-free, paleo, and vegan!

  17. Lemon Berry Crumble Pie by Rorie Weisberg
    Berries are one of the top 5 super foods, loaded with vitamins, antioxidants and fiber. This recipe is perfect with ice cream for dessert or healthy enough for breakfast with pure pudding or yogurt. Or serve with silan ice cream for a scrumptious dessert. 

  18. Chocolate Ice Cream with Hazelnut Praline Dust by Brynie Greisman
    Finally, a rich dessert without oil or eggs! The process of refreezing and rebeating the mixture results in a creamy dessert well worth the effort. Topped with hazelnut praline dust, it’s a very elegant finale to any Yom Tov seudah, and even a small scoop will satisfy your sweet tooth. Serve alongside strawberry fluff ice cream or with fresh sliced strawberries, kiwi, or persimmon, if desired.

  19. Mango-Coconut Sorbet by Charles Sayegh
    A delicious frozen tropical treat perfect to cap off a large meal or to cool down on a hot day.

  20. Fresh Strawberry Mousse by Norene Gilletz
    I like to serve this in individual ramekins. You could also use wine or martini glasses and garnish with any sliced or chopped fruit.

  21. Chocolate Coffee Bonbons by Faigy Grossman
    These melt-in-your-mouth bonbons are a bit problematic — no chance of dieting when they’re around! The rich flavor and texture is what keeps us chocolate addicts, um… well, addicted!

  22. Mocha Cashew Mousse by Chavi Feldman
    Chocolate lover? Check. Can’t get enough coffee? Double check. I decided to combine my two favorite flavors for the best of both worlds. The unusual base of blended cashews takes on a velvety texture that turns this dessert into something extraordinary!

  23. Deep-Dish Skillet Brownie (Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Dairy Free) by Arman Liew
    Don’t even think of looking at a boxed brownie mix: this one-bowl skillet brownie has been my savior, and also my favorite dessert when the sweet tooth strikes. It uses easy on-hand ingredients and, as it doesn’t contain any eggs, is perfect when just undercooked. Take it up a notch and add a scoop of ice cream!  

  24. Chocolate Espresso Thumbprints by Rachel Goodman
    These decadent bites are jam-packed with fiber, healthy fats, and plant-based protein and are a snap to make! They make a perfect dessert or snack for Pesach – or any time of year! 

  25. Cookie Truffle Bars by Victoria Dwek
    A simple dessert that won’t take up too much of your time but will impress and satisfy your sweet tooth.

Originally published March 2021. Updated and improved April 2022.