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Passover Recipes Chocolate Covered Toffee Matzo

chocolate covered toffee matzo

Passover is almost here, which means that we’re in the process of stocking up on matzo and gefilte fish, This year, why not try to make Passover an even sweeter holiday by serving chocolate covered toffee matzo. Not only are these delicious and easy to make treats great for Passover, but they also make great Hanukkah gifts or desserts throughout the year. So check out this recipe and enjoy,

10 ingredients needed

  • 1 bag of dairy matzoh, 
  • 3 bags semisweet chocolate chips, 
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter (1 stick), 
  • 1 pound marshmallows, 
  • 1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans.

Ingredients you might already have

Matzo, kosher salt, butter, brown sugar, unsweetened cocoa powder and chocolate chips. Ingredients you might need to buy, Vanilla extract (optional)

How to make them (instructions)

  1. Place a glass bowl over a pot of simmering water, making sure that its bottom doesn’t touch the water,Add butter and milk to hot bowl, mixing them until melted and smooth.
  2. Pour chocolate chips into a separate bowl, add 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract and stir.
  3. Drop Matzo crackers in milk mixture one at a time, coating each with an even layer of milk mixture before adding it to melted chocolate mixture.
  4. Place on parchment paper lined baking sheet, drizzle remaining milk mixture over all (along with sea salt), and let cool in refrigerator for at least 10 minutes or until firm enough to eat!

Why they are so good

There are many holiday treats out there, but Passover is one of our favorites,It’s a great time to get creative in the kitchen and try new recipes you won’t get to enjoy any other time of year.

The traditional foods of Passover known as Passover products are unleavened breads that feature heavily in meals throughout the festival (which begins at sundown on April 19th).

One exception is Matzo, an unleavened flatbread that has become synonymous with Passover thanks in part to its versatility as a base for both sweet and savory dishes.

How to eat them

While you can't eat regular matzo during Passover, you can enjoy chocolate-covered and toffee-coated varieties. After baking your regular matzos according to instructions, break them into bite-sized pieces. Melt some semisweet chocolate (about 4 ounces) in a double boiler or glass bowl placed over a pot of simmering water.

Stir occasionally until smooth, then add chopped walnuts and mix until well coated. Dip each piece of broken matzo into melted chocolate mixture and place on parchment paper lined cookie sheet. Repeat with remaining pieces. Refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving. Try dipping them in dark chocolate if you're feeling really adventurous,

Conclusion

The Passover holiday is a very important part of Judaism, It commemorates when Moses freed Egypt from slavery, During the eight days of Passover, there are many traditional foods that Jewish people eat to celebrate.

The most famous food is matzo or unleavened bread which symbolizes how quickly they had to leave Egypt and how they were in such a rush that they didn't have time for their bread to rise! Other traditional foods eaten are haroset, gefilte fish, potato kugel and much more!

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