Kosher for Passover Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Browned Butter & Walnuts

Passover forces me to get creative in the kitchen. There is only so much matzah pizza my tummy can tolerate.

Last night, I took inspiration from this Cooking with Amy recipe for Sweet Potato Gnocchi, but I tweaked things a bit for my family’s preferences – and then tripled it for my family’s appetites!

The gnocchi was great! I could have eaten the whole pan myself. I only wish we had some grated Parmesan cheese – but I wasn’t willing to shell out the $9 for 6 ounces!

Have you gotten creative in the kitchen this Pesach? What dishes are you trying out in order to break away from the matzah madness? Please leave your recipes in the comments section!

(P.S. I’m so sorry I’m SO not a food photographer. Add that to my list of things to learn how to do this summer!)


  1. DH and I made the gnocchi recipe (pareve!) from the Passover Joy of Kosher magazine last night with leftover boiled potatoes from the seder–can’t wait to eat them tonight!

  2. What a great idea! The first time I tried sweet potato gnocchi was a disaster. Hope I’ll have better luck with this one.

  3. It was the photo that made my mouth water…. I had to come and find the recipe.

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