10 Easy and Delicious Passover Recipes

Passover has always been one of my favorite holidays because we get all our friends and family together for a great big meal. I like to plan these sort of meals in advance so that I am organized and ready to go on the big day. Here are 10 easy and delicious Passover recipes to get you started on your own seder, packing Passover-appropriate school lunches, and a few treats that you can make with matzo. What is your go-to Passover meal?

  • Juicy Slow Cooker Brisket 1 of 10

    Passover has always been one of my favorite holidays to celebrate with friends and family so I always make sure I'm super organized so I can enjoy the seder and not feel the need to keep running back and forth to the kitchen. This is where my slow cooker comes in really handy, especially when making brisket, a classic Passover dish.

    It takes just 15 minutes to prep all the ingredients and toss them in the pot. Then you can spend the next several hours just taking in the incredible smells of this heart warming dish ... and the hours after enjoying it!

    Recipe and Photo by Weelicious!



  • Crispy Latkes 2 of 10

    If there is a quintessential Passover recipe, it's gotta be the latke. These crispy potato pancakes are everywhere this time of year, and The Shiksa has got the perfect tutorial to help you make the crispiest latkes you've ever had. 

    Recipe and Photo by The Shiksa in the Kitchen!



  • Roast Salmon with Herb Gremolata 3 of 10

    If your family doesn't eat meat, then this roast salmon is just the ticket for your big Passover dinner. It is tender, flaky, and flavorful. The perfect centerpiece for any family holiday get together. 

     Recipe and Photo by Edible Living!

  • Braised Brisket 4 of 10

    If you don't have a slow cooker, this braised brisket is the way to go when you need to feed a crowd and cook up a large hunk of meat. The mushrooms and onions give so much flavor to this dish. 

    Recipe and Photo by Hola Jalapeño.

  • Potato Chip Zucchini Sticks 5 of 10

    Potato chips make a fun crunchy topping instead of traditional breadcrumbs, which makes these zucchini sticks perfect for Passover. Enjoy them with an array of dipping sauces, from traditional mayonnaise to eggplant mayo dip!

    Recipe and Photo by The Shiksa in the Kitchen!

  • Apple Cinnamon Matzah Brei 6 of 10

    My family loves having matzah brei for breakfast, and this sweet version with cinnamon, tender pieces of apple and crunchy walnuts has become our new favorite way to prepare it — so much so that the kids asked for it three days in a row.

    Recipe and Photo by Weelicious!

  • Matzo Brittle 7 of 10

    Matzo brittle is easy to make and is a great snack or dessert during the Passover season. 

    Recipe and Photo by Turntable Kitchen! 

  • Cranberry Matzo Crisp 8 of 10

    This cranberry matzo crisp also includes apples and pears to create a warm and comforting dessert that will fill your home with an amazing aroma and your bellies with love and delicious dessert. 

    Recipe and Photo by The Shiksa in the Kitchen!

  • Faux Nutella Matzo Sandwiches 9 of 10

    When I was thinking about my dream Passover school lunch sandwich, the idea for using Nutella immediately popped into my head. However, my son's class is nut-free and so I needed to make my own chocolate spread that was hazelnut-free. The taste of what I came up with is slightly different than traditional Nutella, but it's amazing in its own right and I don't know many kids who wouldn't enjoy melted chocolate mixed with sunflower butter inside some crunchy matzo for an awesome midday treat!

     Recipe and Photo by Weelicious!

  • No Bake Matzo Cake 10 of 10

    Nine layers of chocolate, whipped cream, and crunchy matzo? And I don't have to bake it?! Yes please and thank you right now! I can't wait to sink my teeth into this one! Maybe I'll even let the kids help make and taste it, too. 

    Recipe and Photo by Cooking on the Side!

Find more of Catherine’s recipes at weelicious. Check out her cookbooks, too! And don’t miss a post! Follow Catherine on TwitterFacebook, and Pinterest!

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