Last year I put together a slideshow of Matzo Crack recipes for Passover. This year's post was inspired by a tweet I saw by Serious Eats New York editor Max Falkowitz that went a little something like this: "What to do with Matzo for Passover: Eat with Charoset. Make Matzo Crack. Cry. End of list." Which got me thinking what else in the dessert realm could be done with matzo. Then it hit me. Chocolate covered Matzo 'Crack' would make a great base for s'mores. Break out the Kosher for Passover marshmallows!
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Why stop at regular 'crack' when, with a few little tweaks, you can jazz it up for the holiday? For each of these recipes, you'll add approximately one to one and a half cups of the coarsely chopped topping of your choice to the basic Matzoh Crack recipe. Mix, match and have fun!
A twist on the saltine cracker candy, Matzoh Crack offers a great dessert base to get creative with flavors.
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Matzoh Brei is one of the great Passover breakfast foods, not to mention ridiculously simple to make. This recipe from Lucid Food by Louisa Shafia combines vanilla, apples, maple syrup, and cinnamon with the scrambled matzohs.