Passover Matzah Recipes By the Meal
Matzah is a staple of the Passover Seder. Even though you might swap the unleavened bread for the yeast-raised stuff during this Jewish holiday, you don’t need to make this cracker-like snack plain. What can you do to dress up matzah? Take a look at these easy, and kid-friendly, ideas to transform matzah into something magical — by the meal.
Instead of the typical granola your kiddo crunches on, try using matzah. Crunch the matzah into granola-sized pieces. Add raisins, shopped dates, shredded coconut or anything else your child enjoys eating to the mix. Serve it as is or mix it in with plain yogurt and fresh fruit to make a breakfast parfait.
PB & Matzah
This lunch-time option couldn’t be easier. Smother one piece of matzah with peanut butter and the other side with jelly. Sandwich them together to make a sandwich. And bonus, there are no crusts to cut off.
Start your evening meal off with a savory soup. Use your favorite matzah ball recipe, adding the superb spheres to a chicken stock base. Simmer the soup with fresh cut spring veggies. Create a rainbow by adding different colors of vegetables to the recipe (such as red and yellow peppers, orange carrots, green snap peas and pieces of purple cabbage.