Celebratory Passover Desserts
Sweet treats for your SederBy FamilyFeatures.com
When celebrating with family, it’s hard to beat passing a light and homemade dessert around the table.
These three decadent desserts don’t contain chametz (leavening, wheat, barley, spelt, rye or oats) and are completely scrumptious options for celebrating Passover.
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Simple to make and easy to eat, this sweet dessert is a crowd favorite. With a fresh kick of lemon zest and crunch of shredded coconut, they are a bite-sized, delicious way to end your meal. Recipe adapted by culinary.net from marthastewart.com
These strawberries are not only fun to make, but will give you that perfect little snack you have been longing for, which can also be perfect for date night, a romantic date or just a picnic in the park with friends.
This traditional dessert Jewish dish is often served on Shabbat and Jewish holidays. It's made without chametz (leavening, wheat, barley, spelt, rye or oats) making it a tasty option to celebrate Passover.
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