Frozen Lemon Wafer Cake Passover Recipe

frozen lemon wafer cake Frozen Lemon Wafer Cake Passover Recipe

I’m a firm believer in Passover desserts that don’t taste like matzah. (Unless it’s “matzah crack” – then tasting like matzah, slathered in caramel and chocolate, is totally fine.)

I’m also a huge fan of lemon in my Pesach desserts. (I love the tangy bite of a lemon merengue, for example.)

Which is why it was kinda love at first sight for me when I discovered this amazing recipe for Frozen Lemon Wafer Cake in the brand new Passover cookbook, Passover Made Easy.

Written by the talented duo of Leah Schapira, founder & owner of CookKosher.com, and Victoria Dwek, managing editor of Whisk Magazine, Passover Made Easy takes a modern approach to Pesach recipes – including this mouth-watering lemon cake.

As you can see from the glamour shot of the lemon cake, the photography in Passover Made Easy is stunning (I’m a sucker for a good photo in a cookbook, aren’t you?).

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Their breezy writing style is a total joy. The handwritten font is endearing. And the fact that the soft-covered cookbook opens landscape-style? That’s just yet another indication that Passover Made Easy is most definitely not your same old Passover milieu.

You can order Passover Made Easy on Amazon right now for only $10.87 – and it ships for free with Amazon Prime or via Super Saver.

Update: The giveaway is now closed.

Even more exciting, I’m giving away TWO copies of the cookbook to two lucky KOAB readers.

Here’s how to enter the giveaway:

#1. Leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite Passover dessert (for eg. I love chocolate covered strawberries).

#2. Share this giveaway on your Facebook wall – you can do so by clicking the “Like” button above. Then come back and leave a separate comment letting me know that you have done so.

#3. Subscribe to the Kosher on a Budget Passover Newsletter (for all the latest in Passover recipes, budget tips, deals & coupons). Then come back and leave a comment letting me know that you have done so (or that you already were subscribed).

All entry forms will be verified. Comments are typically moderated within less than 24 hours. Duplicate entries will be deleted.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents over the age of 18. The giveaway will be open until 11:59 p.m. CST, Thursday, March 14, 2013. The winners will be selected and notified the following day and will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be chosen.

Disclosure: The publisher of Passover Made Easy provided me with a cookbook to facilitate my review, and will also provide the winners with their cookbooks. All glowing opinions of this cookbook, its authors and this lemon cake are my own.

Good Luck!

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  1. Already get the newsletter.

  2. Bethanie says:

    my fav is a flourless chocolate cake from the best dessert cookbook ever: “baking illustrated.”

  3. Bethanie says:

    liked on fb!

  4. Bethanie says:

    i already subscribe to the newsletter, too.

  5. stefanie says:

    we made biscotti last year that were delicious!

  6. I love seven-layer cake.

  7. stefanie says:

    I subscribe to your newsletter already

  8. shared on FB

  9. stefanie says:

    shared your link!

  10. subscriber

  11. I’m not such a huge dessert person, but I guess brownies are pretty high in my esteem.

  12. I’ve liked the post on Facebook

  13. Subscribed to newsletter

  14. I love fresh fruit

  15. I liked page

  16. I subscribe

  17. our favorite desert is a drop cookie made from ground almonds.

  18. already subscribe to the Passover newsletter!

  19. liked and shared on facebook

  20. I actually love homemade macaroons dipped in chocolate. they bring back memories of my grandparents and pesach

  21. I subscribe to KOAB

  22. shared and liked on fb

  23. potato starch brownies!

  24. already subscribed to the passover koab newsletter :)

  25. I’m still trying to figure out my fave Pesach dessert, but I do love those Chocolate logs.

  26. Also, I am subscribed to the KOAB newsletter. I love getting it!

  27. Chocolate chip cookies

  28. shared on my facebook

  29. I already get the newsletter.

  30. We like warm compote with plums, peaches, and other fruit

  31. I subscribe

  32. I subscribe to the newsletter

  33. Anything with ice cream on top…to mask the ‘pesach cake’ taste :)

  34. I subscribe to the newsletter

  35. Homemade strawberry ice cream.

  36. We used to always have strawberries. My husband likes brownies. I’m hopeful it’s going to be fresh fruit for me this year!

  37. Just subscribed to the Pesach newletter. Thanks!

  38. My favorite Pesach dessert is fruit smoothies ;)

  39. I liked/shared this post on facebook.

  40. I signed up for the koab pesach newsletter.

  41. Applesauce

  42. Signed up for newsletter

  43. I like making strawberry sorbet

  44. My favorite is a flourless chocolate torte with whipped cream

  45. I am subscribed to the newsletter

  46. Shoshana says:

    Fresh Fruit

  47. Shoshana says:

    liked on fb

  48. Shoshana says:

    subscribed

  49. I think this may be my new favorite, but my favorite is a chocolate raspberry torte.

  50. Rivkah T says:

    I always make the Hazelnut Flourless Chocolate Torte that you can find on Epicurious. I also try to make applesauce.