Use the best quality kosher for Passover dark chocolate you can find to take your classic Matzoh Crack over the top. Add a generous sprinkle of salt and you won't be able to resist seconds or thirds.
Candied Orange Peel Matzoh Crack
Chocolate and candied citrus were born to be together. With a little patience you can easily candy your own citrus zest at home. As a bonus, save the leftover syrup for mixed drinks after the holidays.
Toasted Coconut and Golden Raisin Matzoh Crack
Toasted coconut is a familiar guest at Seder. Add some sultanas (golden raisins) for a sweet contrast.
Dried Mango and Cherry Matzoh Crack
Dark chocolate and tart dried cherries make for a winning pair. Throw in some chopped, natural dried mango for an unexpected burst of sweetness.
Pecan and Date Matzoh Crack
For a tasty fruit and nut pairing, combine coarsely chopped raw pecans and dates.
Apricot and Ginger Matzoh Crack
Crystallized ginger is a great dessert time ace in the hole. Add some finely chopped crystallized ginger to your matzoh crack and suddenly you have a spicy, sophisticated treat. Crystallized ginger pairs well with most any dried fruit, but I especially like it with tender, sweet, dried apricots. If you can't find certified kosher for Passover crystallized ginger, it's very easy to make at home, just sub kosher for Passover cooking spray in this recipe.