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. Rivkah T says:

    I shared on Facebook!

  2. Rivkah T says:

    I already subscribe to the Passover newsletter…and love it.

  3. Francine says:

    My favorite is Gefilte Fish Cupcakes.
    http://www.cupcakeproject.com/2011/04/gefilte-fish-cupcakes-with-horseradish.html

    I also like macaroons!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  4. Francine says:

    I am subscribed to the Kosher on a Budget Passover Newsletter!

  5. Francine says:

    I liked Passover Made Easy: Frozen Lemon Wafer Cake Recipe + 48-Hour Giveaway on Facebook!

  6. Lee Bell says:

    caramel matzo crunch

  7. Lee Bell says:

    Passover newsletter subscriber

  8. Loads of strawberries and chocolate!

  9. love love love these really easy “everything” muffins, applesauce, carrot, coconut, mashed banana raisin, ground nuts. YUM. Just “liked” this giveaway AND subscribed to the Passover newsletter!

  10. Sharon Zuckerbrod says:

    My favorite Peach dessert is chocolate mousse pie with slivered almonds on top!

  11. Sharon Zuckerbrod says:

    I already subscibe to the KOAB newsletter, which I love and look forward to reading everyday!

  12. I love chocolate chip cookies made with matzah meal!

  13. I already subscibe to the KOAB Passover newsletter.

  14. My favorite dessert are homemade fruit ices- you puree the fruits, water, sugar and I forget what else and freeze. So easy, delicious, and is really beautiful when you layer them with 3 different colors (strawberries, mango and kiwi are my fav). Also applesauce with pomegranates (if you can find, I live in warmer-weather areas so we can sometimes get them)!
    I also already signed up for the newsletter!
    But I don’t have facebook as my job won’t let me (privacy concerns and all). But if I did I would give your site a definite “LIKE”!!! Do I still have a chance at these giveaways? I really like your site and look at it daily!

  15. I love making “good for you berry truffles” from food.com – use any combo of dried fruit and nut, but prune/almond is my fav. For a dairy variation, here’s a something that’s easy and perfect: stuff roasted almonds into prunes. Layer about 1/4 of the prunes in a single layer in a pretty dish. Cover with sour cream. Repeat until done with prunes. Sprinkle with any garnish you feel like, and refrigerate for at least a few hours. Yum!

  16. oh, and I’m already on the pesach mailing list

  17. Lemon mousse cake, definitely.

  18. Jennifer S says:

    We love lemon desserts too!

  19. Jennifer S says:

    Shared this post on FB.

  20. Jennifer S says:

    And already subscribed to your newsletter.

  21. Barbara L says:

    My favorite KFP dessert is apple crisp….made with a nut topping, cinnamon, brown sugar….yum!

  22. Barbara L says:

    I am already subscribed to the Kosher on a Budget Passover Newsletter – love it!

  23. I love a good fruit salad on Pesach!

  24. Shared on fb.

  25. Favorite Passover recipe: Last year I treated myself to a Pesach ice cream maker and made wonderful Pesach Parve desserts! Lemonade sorbet, strawberry sorbet, even a creamy coffee sorbet (I made up the recipe using almond milk), it came out fantastic!

  26. My home made chocolate chip cookies always get gobbled up by my family on Pesach.

  27. I have liked, I have shared, I have signed up. And I like lemon desserts and matza crunch on pesach. And my grandmother’s sponge cake with strawberries and whipped cream. Gotta love dairy meals!

  28. Fresh fruit and sponge cake. Yum.

  29. Shulammis says:

    My own homemade lemon-lime ice cream!

  30. My Mother makes an easy flourless chocolate cake all year long. It is the best.
    Chocolatey, fudgey and melts in your mouth .
    I even made it a few times as has my sister who never cooks.

  31. Olive Oil Chocolate Mousse – the recipe was in the NYT several years ago and it is AMAZING.

  32. I like chocolate mousse

  33. I signed up for the Pesach newsletter

  34. I love fruit trifles!

  35. I love making fresh fruit trifles!

  36. I love making and eating fresh fruit trifles!

  37. brownies!

  38. I have a great apple cake recipe for Pesach that my family loves

  39. I’m already subscribed to the Pesach newsletter

  40. Last year I made a cookie called fudge bombs, which I also saw with other names – it is mostly powdered sugar and cocoa they are amazing!

  41. I am a subscriber to the pesach newsletter.

  42. I love anything that does not taste like Pesach and is simple to make. This recipe looks like it may fit the bill (and the strawberry fudge cake, too – and buttternut squash foods). YUM.

  43. Chocolate pudding and vanilla ice cream after a dairy/fish meal.

  44. I am a subscriber to the pesach newsletter.

  45. Chocolate mousse is always my favorite :)

  46. Already subscribed to Passover newsletter

  47. This is my first Pesach that I’m making myself- so I dont have a favorite dessert. Yet. I hope to learn some as I cook for my parents, sister, mother-in-law and brother-in-law.

  48. I’m subscribed to the newsletter

  49. I have shared this post

  50. Apple compote is my favorite.