Vegan Matzah Recipes for Passover

When the Jewish people departed on their Exodus from Egyptian slavery over 3,000 years ago, they naturally left in a hurry. There was no time to wait for the bread they were baking to rise, so the bread that was baked was thin and flat — Matzah. Matzah is eaten each Passover to commemorate the Exodus and celebrate freedom from slavery. Here are three great ways to enjoy Matzah, whether you’re celebrating Passover, or simply looking for a delicious treat!


1. Mayim Bialik’s Matzo Ball Soup
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Often referred to as “Jewish Penicillin,” this classic feel-better soup is perfect for Passover, or any time you’re under-the-weather. View Full Recipe.

2. Matzah Toffee
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This combination of crispy, flaky Matzah topped with buttery toffee and melted chocolate is absolutely irresistible.  View Full Recipe.

3. Vegan Matzo Brei

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Chef Chloe substitutes the traditional eggs with a tofu mixture for a plant-based version of this comforting Passover favorite. View Full Recipe.