I made this cake for Passover but I know it will be good anytime of the year so am posting it in dessert dishes!!
This Chocolate Macaroon cake is delicious. Perfect for Passover but I will be making it during the year I am sure. I served it for the first Seder with the Frozen Lemon Meringue Dessert dessert, posted in this blog, & I think people had a hard time choicing, so they tried some of both! Everyone really enjoyed it. Dense, moist & not too sweet actually. … Continue reading Chocolate Macaroon Cake
This recipe is good all year & can be served during Passover or would be a beautiful dessert for Easter dinner! The recipe is from Chatelaine magazine 2013. I have made this a couple of times. This year, at my Passover seder, my guests loved it!
Here is a video of Mrs. Shapiro, she is in her 90’s, making blinttzes for Passover. Even if you never want to make Passover Blintzes the video is so sweet to watch! & you can always use the blintzes any time of year.
I had never heard about YAPCHIK in my entire life! Turns out it is a potato kugel with meat baked inside, cooked in a very low oven for 8 hours…cholent style. The recipe is from JOYofKosher. Ever since I first read about this on their site I was eager to try it. I was not disappointed. It is amazingingly delicious. I was actually surprised. It … Continue reading YAPCHIK – Slow Baked Potato Kugel
This is a bit of a different kind of sponge cake for Passover . Made in a 9 inch springform pan instead of the usual type of baking pan, either an angel food pan or a tube pan. This cake is a moist & delicious. Served with fresh berries on top or a fruit compote, it is nice for a Pesach birthday!
This is one of the desserts I always make for Passover. Super simple, this can be made ahead & everyone, not just the kids, eat it up! It is good for Passover but all year round as well. My friend gave me this recipe when our kids were young,
It actually takes about 10 minutes to make … not including cooling time
Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies? I have made lots of Passover chocolate chip cookies over the years & this my favourite. My kids liked them when they were young (& they still do) & the little kids in my life now like them as well.
Well, this recipe is written on an old white recipe card with no directions.. just ingredients. So I guessed! It turned out nicely. The recipe calls for other fruit, not just apples, but I left out the other fruit since my family would not like the prunes & raisins… but I will put them in the recipe here! The picture does not look great because … Continue reading Mom’s Sweet Matzo Kugel
A wonderful woman gave me this recipe many years ago. She lives in Vancouver now & I miss seeing her. She is about 90 years old now, was a friend of my moms & I am friends with her daughter. I think of her every time I make these egg noodles. It isn’t really “noodles” just strips of cooked egg really. These “noodles’ are added … Continue reading Passover Egg Noodles *** use all year!
As with Hummus, there are so many recipes for Baba Ganoush & I pretty much like all of them. Some are made with mayonnaise which I really like but the one that I have been making lately uses tahini. Very quick & simple, delicious & healthy. If you can not eat tahini, add mayonnaise in its place. If I am using mayo I add enough to … Continue reading Baba Ganoush