Did you know every recipe on my website is kosher for Passover? Even if you’re on a special diet, I’ve got plenty of kosher Passover desserts for you.
The best kosher for Passover desserts
From Passover cakes to kosher Passover cookies, pastries and much more, you can also find the following recipes:
Low Carb Passover Dessert Recipes
I have compiled my favorite Pesach recipes for you so that you can enjoy the most delicious and easiest low-carb Passover desserts in your Passover seder.
I love using fruit in my kosher for Passover cake. It’s one of my signature tricks for creating healthy dessert recipes!
My cinnamon apple pie recipe isn’t overly sweet and oozes with the aroma of warming cinnamon, my favorite remedy.
It is amazing to see how many of you are making this healthy Passover cake. It really is a fan favorite recipe!
My Cinnamon Coffee Cake is another fan favorite with this wonderful super spice.
I love cinnamon because it regulates blood sugar and is used in Ayurveda to calm the Vata Dosha. I’m sorry to mix Ayurveda with the Jewish holidays, but that’s how we roll here.
Honey cake isn’t just for the holy days, it’s a wonderful passover cake recipe and, with a handful of ingredients, an incredibly easy cake recipe!
My gluten-free orange cake with almond flour is made with whole oranges, seeds, peels, and everything.
My Passover cake consists of three spongy vanilla cakes coated with raspberry jam and poured with chocolate icing (main photo shown above).
Passover cookies? Yes, please! Give the chametz-free biscuits to your seder table and your guests won’t know what hit them.
Coconut macaroons are a classic Passover dessert.
If you are on an egg free diet, be sure to try my egg free macaroons.
Finally, if you want to level up your upcycling game, make my almond pulp macaroons using the leftover almond pulp from my easy almond milk recipe.
Meringues are another classic recipe for kosher Passover dessert – these contain two ingredients, egg white and maple syrup.
For an incredible flavor boost, try my coffee meringue acorns. This Passover biscuit is a coffee meringue dipped in juicy dark chocolate and deliciously crispy pistachios.
I didn’t grow up on Passover cakes, but I know a lot of people enjoy these Passover desserts at the end of their seder.
Try my Apple Galette, a rustic apple pie that my family loves all year round.
If you’re not in the mood for a fruity Pesach dessert, my dairy-free chocolate cake recipe is for you. Chocolate and Passover are a match made in heaven.
If you’re in need of kid-friendly goodies, you’ll love my Passover bars.
Try low-carb Funfetti Blondies, Baby Pantry’s favorites.
Or Mr. Pantry’s favorite, my keto brownies.
Big Bro Pantry’s popular marble cupcakes can be found in my second book, Gluten Free Cupcakes. He wrote this recipe with me when he was eleven years old.
Forgive me for the cupcake detour! Back to the bars. Try my golden turmeric bars for a super-charged, super healthy Passover seder.
When we were growing up in the 1970s we had this Passover candy. Now things are a little different as we consider fruit to be nature’s sweets.
Kosher for Passover recipes
All of my recipes are kosher for Passover because they do not contain chametz. Every single recipe on this website and in my books is perfect for Passover.
Where to buy kosher ingredients for Passover
Looking for Kosher Passover ingredients? Wellbees is my go-to stop, or check out My Favorite Passover Ingredients for more inspiration.
What Passover means
If you are wondering, “What is Passover?” I am here to help. Passover (Hebrew, Pesach) celebrates the biblical story of the book of Exodus.
This Jewish holiday commemorates our liberation from slavery and our journey from Egypt. On the eve of this liberation, the angel of death “walked” over the houses of the Israelites and spared the firstborn, hence the term Passover.
During Passover we have our seder. We read from the Passover Haggadah to tell the story of our deliverance from Egypt and eat the Passover meal.
Passover is one of our joyful holidays. It is a festival as opposed to a solemn day like Yom Kippur.
Our Passover greeting is Chag Smaech (Hebrew, happy holidays) or Good Yontuf (Yiddish, literally = good from German and yom tov, good day, from Hebrew). Yiddish is a fusion of German and Hebrew.
Your favorite kosher Passover desserts
If you make any of my Passover recipes make sure you share photos on Instagram and tag me on your stories. I also love seeing photos of your Passover seder plates and other Passover dishes!
Big hugs, enjoy the kosher Passover desserts and Chag Samaech to you all!
This post is an oldie, but a goodie from the archives. I shared The Best Kosher for Passover Desserts for the first time in 2015.
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