Passover Recipes To Make On Repeat

Chaya Suri Goldberger April 3, 2024

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Passover is certainly a time for tradition, but eight days is also a lot of meals to make, and they can’t all be brisket! Here are five of your favorite year-round dishes, made kosher for Passover. These recipes are triple-tested, reliable, and sure to please- you just may find yourself making them on repeat. (PS: these are also great gluten-free options for all year round.)

From chicken and broccoli and grain-free vegetable lo mein to s’mores cake and cinnamon roll cookies, take a peek below and let us know which dish you’re most eager to dig into this year!

1. Passover Cinnamon Roll Cookies

Indulge in the sweet and spicy flavors of our delicious cinnamon roll cookie recipe, specially crafted to be kosher for Passover. These mouthwatering, tender treats are a delightful twist on a classic favorite that’s perfect for celebrating the holiday. Inspired by the Almond Horn cookies shared by Chanie Nayman in Mishpacha Magazine.

2. Passover Vegetable Lo Mein

Looking for a side to serve at your Passover meal? Try out this grain-free vegetable lo mein recipe! Packed with colorful veggies like bell peppers, zucchini, and mushrooms, this dish is not only delicious but also nutritious, and will go over like a charm.

3. Passover Deli Roll

Deli roll has become a Shabbat-meal classic, particularly popular with the male set but its appeal traverses all barriers. On Passover, when you can’t whip out a roll of puff pastry for easy prep, you can use this almond flour-based pastry dough as the foundation for your deli roll so you don’t miss your deli roll fix. It also works amazingly for gluten-free deli roll year-round. (This deli roll dough originally appeared in Mishpacha Magazine.)

4. Passover Smores Cake

We started with Faigy Grossman’s easy Brownie Cake, topped it with homemade Passover graham crackers , and dressed it all up with chocolate and marshmallows for a dessert that will transport you directly ahead to summer vacation.

5. Battered Chicken and Broccoli

Wonder no more what to make for dinner. Asian takeout favs are always a safe bet for pleasing your entire crew. This recipe is designed for Passover. Chicken pieces are battered and fried, then baked with broccoli and sauce. Yum!