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.
Last week we published a recipe for matzo crack s'mores that would be just decadent enough to serve to a group after dinner (and they're completely kosher, too!) But if you're feeling a bit more lazy, the shortcut is pretty good too. Simply roast some kosher for passover marshmallows over your stove's burner then sandwich between two pieces of chocolate covered matzo.
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.