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Passover Desserts: Vegan Style

By Barbi Lazarus, Donor and Volunteer Resources Coordinator People have always found it a bit strange that I actually quite enjoy Passover food. While my family has never kept Kosher for Passover, I always take advantage of this time of year to enjoy matza bagels and whip up a batch of Isa Chandra Mokowitz’s wonderful matza ball soup or Chloe Coscarelli’s matza brie (which you can find on her website chefchloe.com if you’re interested!). A couple of years ago I even found a recipe online for vegan gefilte fish and brought that to my family Sedar! When it comes to dessert for Passover though, I actually haven’t had to think outside the bread-filled box at all. While I’m sure I would (for some strange reason) enjoy some sort of store-bought vegan dessert made with matza meal, it just so happens that several of my favourite go-to desserts are already Passover-friendly! Here’s my list of desserts I turn to when deciding what to bring to wow family at our annual Sedars. Chocolate Almond Butter Fudge from Doug McNish This recipe which appeared in the Toronto Star in 2011 literally melts in your mouth and is so decadent and… Read More


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Vegetarian Passover Recipes

Photo care of Emilie Hardman Without the right resources, being vegetarian in an omnivorous family can be challenging. With two holidays this month, Easter and Passover, we thought we’d pass on some tips for making sure you’re not following the way of the Easter Bunny and just munching on some carrots while everyone else enjoys a flavourful feast! First, try our chocolate matzo bark recipe, below. If you use egg-free, whole wheat matzo, it’s simple, vegan, and healthy too! Second, check out All Lazare’s collection of Passover recipes – desserts, veggie brisket, and more! Looking for more Passover desserts? We’ve got you covered with five ideas here! For more recipe ideas, check out the Jewish Vegetarian Year Cookbook, which is divided into chapters for each Jewish Holiday, available at our Resource Centre For links to recipes and meal ideas for Easter, visit our Vegetarian Easter Tips and Recipes page. Surprise your loved ones by making easter eggs out of Japanese sticky rice! Chocolate Matzo Bark 10-12 pieces matzo 11-12 oz. dark chocolate 5-6 oz. white chocolate (vegans may have to omit this if… Read More


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