Now that matzos are lining the grocery store shelves, it’s time to get in the kitchen and get creative! There are so many fun and delicious things you can do with this humble ingredient! These 12 sweet and savory ways to use matzo will provide all the inspiration you need to mix things up for your Passover Seder or to help you use leftover matzos once the feast is complete!
Matzo Fun! 1 of 13
Yes, you can have fun with matzo and these recipe prove it!
Thin Crust Pizza 2 of 13
Don't feel like making pizza crust from scratch? Just grab a few matzos and you're all set!
Best Passover Matzah Dessert Ever 3 of 13
Morgan has declared this to be the best matzah dessert ever and I, for one, believe her. Matzah covered in two kinds of chocolate and coconut? I'll have three!
Chicken Matzo Ball Soup 4 of 13
A list of matzo recipes would be incomplete without chicken soup!
Matzo Lasagna 5 of 13
Believe it or not you can even make lasagna with matzos!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Matzo 6 of 13
This chocolate peanut butter matzo looks just plain luscious and irresistible.
Matzo- and Herb-Stuffed Tomatoes 7 of 13
These stuffed tomatoes using herbs and matzo are sure to have your mouth watering in no time.
Photo source: The Little Ferraro Kitchen
Matzo Crack 8 of 13
You will not be able to stop eating matzo crack. You have been warned.
Photo source: Donuts, Dresses and Dirt
Apple Matzo Cake 9 of 13
This apple matzo cake is cozy, comforting, and delicious!
Photo source: Noble Pig
Matzo Nut Crisp 10 of 13
Mix up your fruit crisp with matzo, pluots, and pomegranates for something extra tasty.
Photo source: The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
Matzah Brei 11 of 13
Brei is a traditional recipe for matzah, and this particular version makes it extra delicious with dark chocolate, coconut, and bananas. It's vegan, too!
Photo source: What Jew Wanna Eat
Chocolate Toffee Matzo Brittle 12 of 13
Turn matzo into toffee brittle for a sweet and crunchy treat!
Photo source: Very Culinary
Lightened up Fried Matzah 13 of 13
This lightened up version of fried matzah is just as delicious as the original.
Photo source: Everyday Maven