Our Favorite Passover Recipes from Last Year

Renee Schwartz April 3, 2024

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We’ve curated a special recipe roundup featuring our favorite Passover recipes that stole the show at our tables last year. From timeless classics to innovative twists, these dishes promise to elevate your Passover celebration to new heights.

Join us as we revisit the flavors and memories that made last year’s Passover unforgettable.

Goldy Guttman (Kosherdotcom Director):

Flourless Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Ganache by Melanie and Diana Moss

Basic? Yes. 

Boring? Not if you love rich, dark chocolate flavor!

Chanie Nayman (Kosherdotcom Editor-in-Chief):

Cookie Cake (Pesach) by Chanie Nayman

Don’t take my word for it. Try it; you’ll see what everyone’s going crazy about.

Lemon Ice Cream Pie by Chanie Nayman

I’ll be making this recipe three times this Pesach!

Leah Gottheim (Kosherdotcom VP):

Best Healthy Apple Crisp (Gluten-Free, Paleo) by Rorie Weisberg

I absolutely love this apple crisp dessert. It’s so easy to make, it doesn’t have potato starch or sugar, and it comes out perfectly every time.

Rachel Kor (Kosherdotcom Managing Lifestyle Editor):

Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Crumb Muffins by Esty Wolbe

I make these muffins every year and they never disappoint the kids (or adults). They’re perfect for an Erev Pesach snack, Chol Hamoed trip, or a pick-me-up at the park.

Nechami Goldman (Kosherdotcom Video Producer):

Shena’s Pesach Choco-Chip Almond Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches by Shena Dominitz

Cookies are my weakness, at any time of year. So choosing my favorite Pesach treat is a no-brainer.

I find that almond flour is a next-best choice in cookies, and I even use it year-round as a healthier choice. (Sorry, potato starch, you don’t stand a chance.) But with ice cream sandwiched in the middle? Chocolate-dipped? Talk about a mouthwatering combo! As Shena says, you can’t go wrong with this delight – unless it’s before dinner!

Renee Schwartz (Kosherdotcom Recipe Editor):

Pesach Scalloped Potatoes and Chicken by Faigy Murray

Yes, it’s chicken and potatoes. It’s also yummy, one-pot comfort food.

Avigael Levi (Kosherdotcom Marketing Assistant):

Pistachio-Crusted Pesto Salmon by Rivky Kleiman

Last Pesach was my first Pesach married, and I wanted to make something special that both my picky-eating husband and I would enjoy. After scrolling through kosher.com for some inspo, I landed on this salmon recipe, and let me tell ya it’s so good that we’ve been making it almost every Shabbat we’re home. And it’s a year later! 

Nechama Fink (Kosherdotcom Back End Management Assistant):

Passover “Knishes” from the Nitra Cookbook

This is just a simple, easy to prepare recipe.

Passover Cookies with Snickerdoodle Crumbs by Faigy Murray

These cookies are great for the kids to take from as they want, during breakfast, when they want a snack during the day, or for a dessert.

Add these recipes to your Passover menu, and you’ll discover some new MVPs that you’ll be making for years to come. Don’t forget to check out our best Passover recipes post too.