From Matzo to Meringue: 9 Insanely Good Passover Desserts

End your seder on a sweet note with one of these delicious desserts. All of them are kosher-for-Passover and most of them are gluten-free.
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End your seder on a sweet note with one of these delicious desserts. All of them are kosher-for-Passover and most of them are gluten-free.


Made with matzo crackers, toffee, melted chocolate, pecans and sea salt, this treat is called 'crack' because it's insanely addictive (get it? crack-ers). GET THE RECIPE


A pavlova is a cake-shaped meringue with a marshmallowy center and crisp outer shell, usually topped with whipped cream and fresh fruit. In this version, cocoa powder and chocolate are folded into the meringue -- which make it deliciously fudgy -- and creamy mascarpone cheese is added to the whipped topping. GET THE RECIPE


For a lighter dessert, try dressing up fresh berries with a luscious lemon cream -- essentially a lemon curd lightened with whipped cream. GET THE RECIPE


Adapted from Maida Heatter's Cakes, this flourless chocolate cake is made with ground almonds and a rich chocolate ganache, which make it elegant and surprisingly light. GET THE RECIPE


No flour, no butter and yet these are delicious chocolate cookies -- delicate and crisp on the exterior and rich and fudgy on the interior. GET THE RECIPE


Dress up the dessert table with this elegant strawberry and orange salad. GET THE RECIPE


"Forget" about these meringue cookies in the oven overnight -- letting them cook ever so slowly -- and wake up to the lightest, most irresistibly simple chocolate chip cookies you could imagine. GET THE RECIPE


I've tried dozens of coconut macaroon recipes over the years -- these are my favorite. They're delicious plain but even better dipped in chocolate. GET THE RECIPE


A rich, fudgy slab of flourless chocolate cake topped with a feathery light, marshmallowy meringue -- this cake is as impressive to look at as it is delicious to eat! GET THE RECIPE

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