Passover Recipe Exchange

Have a great Passover recipe or two to share with fellow CBEers? Send it to [email protected]; include source, brief comments, link if from an online site, photo if available.

Favorite Passover Recipes


Passover Lemon-Lime Squares from Judy Bergman
Clipped from the Washington Post in 1993 and still a family favorite!

Coconut Macaroons from Judy Fox-Tepper
They are super easy and delicious; I can never eat the canned version again!

Passover Cupcake Blintzes from Felice Schulz
My kids love these – great for easy breakfast or snack!

Carrot Soufflé from Felice Schulz
This is now a family favorite for all holidays, not just Pesach.

Easy Tsimmes from Sandy Brody
Here is an "Easy Tsimmes" recipe that everyone loves

Rosie's Apple & Squash Casserole from Susan Berger
A really yummy alternative to the traditional tsimmes.

Flourless Chocolate Torte from Susan Berger
Very rich. My cousin Bunny has brought this to our seder every year for ages and it’s always a big hit.

Orange Kugel from Joanne Levine
Kugel made with matzah instead of noodles!

Farfel Cookies from Joanne Levine
Great recipe, with almonds.

Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread from Monica Epstein
So it's not really Mandel because it has no nuts, and it's not really bread because, well, because it’s Passover, but it's a family favorite regardless.

Gefilte Fish Mexican Style from Emma Goldenberg
Easy different Gefilte fish to change the normal flavor.

Avocado Salad with Egg and Beet Salad from Emma Goldenberg
In our Seder I always make the Avocado Salad with Egg, which is traditional in my house in Mexico, and the Beet Salad, traditional from Alex’s house.

Bagels for Passover (Parve) from Emma Goldenberg
Eases the matzah flavor.

Chocolate Caramel Matzo Crunch from Judy Cloutier.
Delicious. We make this all year 'round!

Kugel for Passover with Peach and Pineapple from Judy Cloutier
From my Mom. Delicious.

Keep coming back as we receive and post more recipes tested by your CBE friends!

A Happy and Tasty Passover to all!

 

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