Guide to a Stress-Free PassoverWhether it’s your first Passover or your 50th, Passover is a big job. But it doesn’t have to be a stressful one. Get the brand new Guide to a Stress-Free Passover for all the advice, guidance, and checklists to make your holiday preparation a cinch!

From Passover deals, to Kosher for Passover recipes to seder-hosting tips, find everything you need for a frugal and festive Passover at Kosher on a Budget.

Seder Plate
The Seder / Passover Meal – Are you looking for inspiration on preparing your Seder on a budget? Do you need a quick Seder checklist? Do you want a sample Seder menu plan? Find all these things — and more!
Chocolate Molten Cake
Passover Recipes – Need some surefire Passover dessert recipes? A soup that isn’t chicken? Maybe a Kosher for Passover sweet potato gnocchi recipe? (It’s perfect for chol ha’moed) Find all of Kosher on a Budget’s Passover recipes here.
Passover Symbols – Looking for a new haggadah for your family’s seder? Want to buy, make or upcycle a new seder plate? Can’t remember what all those seder plate items mean? This is where all thing symbolically Passover live.
kosher for passover coke
Passover Coupons and Deals – Shopping with coupons and taking advantage of online deals doesn’t stop just because it’s Passover. In fact, it’s all the more important. Find all relevant coupons, deals and sales in this section.
Kosher for Passover – What new products are kosher for Passover this year? Which products don’t require a special Passover hashgacha? How can you make your own kosher for Passover dressings, cakes and more? Find all that and more in this section.
Passover on a Budget — Passover can be one of the most expensive times of the year. Fortunately, there are many ways to keep your Passover costs in check. After all, we don’t want to introduce a new kind of bondage – to credit cards – as a result of our celebrations.


  1. Hi Mara,
    I love all your ideas, deals, suggestions and recipes. In your last post/email, you mentioned making notes for stuff needed/worked/flopped etc for Pesach 2016. You also mentioned/clipped stickers for wild beasts. Could you share what you did (and how you did) the of the plagues?

    Thank you

  2. I have Passover notebooks that I use every year. One notebook has Recipes, another has Menus, and the last holds Grocery Lists with spaces to check off items as they are purchased. I start buying things that are shelf stable, or able to be frozen first. I bag and label the items so that they don’t get mixed up with the regular groceries. This way I can spread ou the cost of Passover shopping, and I only have to buy the fresh items just before Passover. I also buy things like slow cooker liners, Passover kitchen towels, and things after Passover when they go on sale.

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