Chocolate Coconut Matzo Ice Cream
If you've had a vegetarian or fish based dinner and can indulge in dairy for dessert, try making this amped up ice cream. Simply let a pint of vanilla ice cream to soften on the counter, then stir in 3 sheets of crumbled chocolate covered matzo and 1 cup of coconut flakes. You'll get a scoop that's chunky and sweet, with a not so subtle nod to chocolate covered macaroons.
No Bake Lemon Matzo Pie
If you've ever tried Kenji's No-Bake Lime Cracker Pie you know that crackers + condensed milk + acid = a fast and easy ice box pie. Make a Passover version by following the original recipe, subbing in matzo for the Ritz crackers. I subbed lemon for lime, but either would probably work just as well.
Even after sitting in the fridge overnight, mazo gives the pudding a fair bit of body, making it easy to slice.
Oh so gooey
Sweet, salty, crunchy, chocolaty: mazo 'crack' gets its name for a reason. Best of all, it's stupidly simple to make. But why stop at regular 'crack' when, with a few little tweaks, you can have a new variation? Here are 6 ways to jazz up your matzo crack for Passover.