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Passover Desserts

Passover Desserts


While all of the ingredients in the Passover recipes are kosher for Passover, each community has its own customs as to what to use or not use on Passover. Please also note that any processed food must have a reliable "Kosher for Passover" certification.

Gluten Free & Kosher for Passover
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Coconut Macaroons
Gluten Free & Kosher for Passover
Kosher for Passover
Low Carb, Fat Free
An adult treat two ways - blackberry and mango
Full disclosure—this one is not for the kids! But it IS for us adults. And oh boy, do these slushies taste good after a long day of work.
Creamy, delicious but healthy Passover ice cream that you can whip up in minutes. Mmm . . .
Low Carb, Low Fat
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Anonymous Nashville, TN April 7, 2017

Leavening in Passover baking?! Baking soda and baking powder are chemical leaveners. Technically OK for Passover but, to me, using or consuming them is not in keeping with the spirit of the holiday in which we eat no leavened foods. Reply

Anonymous Roslyn NY April 19, 2016

Rice is not hametz for any sepharadic jews..niether kiniut..such as corn..Ashkenazim consider rice and
, kiniut Not kosher for Passover...both should keep their minhagim.. Reply Staff via April 13, 2016

To Lisa No, Ashkenazi Jews cannot eat rice on Pesach.
Some Sephardic Jews may do so but it needs to be checked several times and certified Kosher for Pesach. Reply

Lisa Providence, RI April 8, 2016

Rice Is rice Kosher for Passover? Reply

Debbie Epstein Cape Town, South Africa via March 30, 2015

SELF RAISING FLOUR Please can you let me know how I can convert 2 cups of self-raising flour in a recipe for Pesach using Cake Meal & Potato Flour. Thank you Reply

Rochel Chein for April 9, 2014

Pure baking soda in a new container can be used for baking on Passover, along with a permissible flour such as potato starch or matzah meal that is certified Kosher for Passover. Baking powder with Kosher for Passover certification can be used as well. Reply

Anonymous April 9, 2014

Is baking soda or baking powder kosher for Passover? Reply

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