Passover means it’s time to get creative with
matzo, potato recipes and other chametz-free ingredients for some delicious Passover recipes. We rounded up tons of menu items for a delicious (and grain-free!) seder, no matter how many people you’re hosting. So gather your family and friends together and get ready to dig in for a delicious and memorable meal.
Our best Passover recipes avoid any leavened products but include plenty of alternatives and all the classic favorites. Some recipes do include kitniyot which are legumes such as beans, peanuts, seeds and some vegetables, along with other ingredients such as mustard that can be eaten during Passover depending on your observance.
Matzo ball soup, roast chicken recipes and tender braised brisket make staple centerpieces for your table. We’ve also gathered recipes for Passover breakfasts that are perfect for the next week – from matzo frittata filled with ultra-fresh spring vegetables to classic and protein-packed matzo brei, you won’t be lacking in ideas for delicious and easy Passover recipes.
Don’t worry — we didn’t forget about Passover dessert recipes! Gluten-free recipes like flourless chocolate cake and macaroons are the perfect sweet treat to top off your Passover meal. Be sure to make extra — we’re positive you’ll be going back for seconds.
Whether you’re looking to line your table with easy dinner recipes, healthy side dishes or creative ways to eat matzo, there’s no limit to crowd-pleasing options. Fans of the classic dishes and lovers of new variations will all find something to stack their plate. With so many mouth-watering grain and gluten-free dinners, this year’s seder will be the best one yet. Pour yourself a glass of Manischewitz wine and dig in!