Passover Recipe Round-Up

As I continue to work on my seder menu, I thought I’d put together a quick round-up of all the Passover and Passover-friendly recipes I’ve shared here on KOAB over the last year and a half.

Roasted Zucchini and Eggplant Salsa from Rivki at Kosher Cooking for Ordinary People

Chilled Berry Soup – This is a refreshing appetizer, or a delicious dessert (try freezing it in Popsicle molds)

Smashed Potatoes –! And I have a confession – I don’t love potato kugel. So this is what I make instead. And everyone loves this!

Kale Potato Gratin – Oh dear. This is not gonna help with the diet, letmetellyou. But it is really, really good. Worth the calories, for sure. And hey – it’s got kale in it. So that’s healthy, right?

Date Charoset – plus many more charoset recipes shared in the comments section

Kugel with zucchini, sweet potato, red potato, onion and squash

Vegetable Kugel, Oven Baked Matzah Brie and Matzah Lasagna – Thanks to those of you who made my made-up-on-the-fly veggie kugel and let me know it was a hit at your house, too. This is definitely a “little of this, a little of that” kind of recipe.

Lévana Kirschenbaum’s Chocolate Walnut Brownies

See something you like? Be sure to “pin” it or share it (social media buttons below). I’ve created a Passover Ideas pin board on Pinterest with all sorts of recipe and craft ideas – check it out and contribute your own by tagging me!

Please feel free to share your favorite Passover recipes in the comments.  I know we’re all looking for inspiration!

Looking for more Passover Recipes? Check them out here.


  1. Thank you so much for these recipes!!!

  2. Michelle says

    My favorite thing to make for Pesach are crepes that we then either fill with an assortment of fillings a (potato, cheese, mushroom and onions) or we just spread with jelly, cream cheese, butter, chocolate spread (if we can find it KLP) etc.

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