When it comes to desserts at Passover you might think it'd be super tough finding delicious recipes that kick the flour out, but it's not. We've got quite a few flourless dessert recipes, but these three from Contributor Lucy Blatter are our favorite.
While they keep to the no-flour rule, Lucy's Passover desserts are Kosher and absolutely scrumptious. We're betting you'll enjoy them as much as we do at your Passover feast.
New to Passover traditions? Here's why we take the flour out of the baking batter:
Passover is a Jewish holiday celebrating the Exodus from Egypt and the liberation of the Israelites from slavery. When the Israelites fled from Egypt they did so very quickly and because it was such a rush, their bread did not have the time it would have to rise. We eat unleavened bread only during Passover to honor and remember this piece of the Passover story.
Take it from this uber-decadent and creamy Passover dessert - sometimes, no flour can be a great thing. The most hands on of all three of these recipes, Lucy's truffles are completely worth the work! Read More
If you like a bit of added spice to your Passover desserts, these bite sized treats are a little bit sweet and a little bit savory. Have the kids help you make them they're so easy. Read More
Last, but not least, bittersweet chocolate bark topped with dried fruits and nuts keeps Passover dessert Kosher, but still full of all the wonderful flavors we look for in the final course. Read More
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