Tag Archives: Passover

  • Baked Carrot Parmesan Fries

    Posted on November 16 by Joy in Food.

    If you’ve been following me on instagram you may have noticed I have been on a “roasting veggies” kick, hence these carrots were born! You guys must make these, beyond easy, a great snack or side dish and freaking delish!!! Perfect for Thanksgiving too! I am obsessed with parmesan cheese and clearly in my world […]

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  • Passover Oaties

    Posted on April 19 by Joy in Food.

    Since my oaties are a fan favorite, I thought why not try making them using matzah farfel and guess what…happy I did! We all know Passover desserts can be kinda yuck, well these are yum! Made with no added sugar and just 5 ingredients! Super easy and healthy, making them a great snack for all […]

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  • Avocado Matzah Toast

    Posted on April 6 by Joy in Food.

    It’s hard to be creative when it comes to Passover and breakfast! In our house it’s either scrambled eggs with a piece of matzah on the side or matzah brie. So, trying to incorporate the current food crazes as in “Avo” toast with Passover, this “Avocado Matzah Toast” was conceived! Ingredients: 1 piece of matzah […]

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  • Matzo Brie

    Posted on April 3 by Joy in Food.

    In our house, Matzah Brie is a year round event! But since it’s Passover, I would like to share my recipe with you! Some people like a pancake style and some like their’s scrambled, but ever since my boys were little they have liked it scrambled, so that’s the way I have been making it for […]

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  • Chocolate Bark Surprise

    Posted on April 1 by Joy in Food.

    Making chocolate bark is not as difficult as it might seem. In fact, it is probably one of the easiest desserts you can make! Who doesn’t like chocolate??? I keep it in the freezer for when I just want a little something sweet! It’s also perfect to bring to someones home as everyone appreciates “homemade” treats! Ingredients: […]

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  • Passover Mandel Bread

    Posted on March 31 by Joy in Food.

    I know that Passover desserts are not always great tasting, but I promise this one is! This recipe for Passover mandel bread and was adapted from the ever so famous “Grandma Sally’s Mandel Bread” recipe. Happy Passover to all those who celebrate! Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 3/4 cup vegetable oil 1 […]

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  • Passover Carrot “Bread”

    Posted on March 25 by Joy in Food.

    This is another family favorite for all holidays in our family. I have made  this recipe as muffins, square pan and bundt pan before, but went with the traditional round pan version for this holiday! This recipe can also be made in advance, frozen and reheated! If making in advance please know that it has to sit in […]

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  • Passover Spinach Souffle

    Posted on March 23 by Joy in Food.

    This is a dish that my mom has been making for many years for all our family holidays (not only Passover) and its always a winner! What’s great is that it is super easy and you can make this ahead, freeze it and reheat it! When reheating just leave at room temperature before placing in […]

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  • Flour Free Black Bean Brownies….

    Posted on March 11 by Joy in Food.

     (Yes, with black beans & Yes they are good!)* Ingredients:   1 14 oz. can black beans rinsed & drained 2 large eggs ½ cup cocoa powder ¾ cup coconut sugar ½ teaspoon melted or liquid coconut oil 1 tablespoon unsweetened almond milk (I use vanilla) 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar ½ teaspoon baking soda ½ […]

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  • Crispy Smashed Sweet Potatoes with Avocado Sauce

    Posted on March 2 by Joy in Food.

    I promise you if you are making these for a crowd they will be gone in a flash! EnJOY!

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