It’s almost here, folks: Passover. And it can be one of the most difficult times of the year if you are a picky eater, have kids who are picky eaters, have a bad stomach or just don’t like matzah.
My daughter (thankfully) loves matzah, especially since she and her classmates make their own at school. So making matzah pizza or slathering matzah with cream cheese and jelly is quite appealing for her.
For other kids with the opposite feeling about the bread of affliction, well, I am truly sorry for what lies ahead. But that’s why we wanted to come up with some delicious, eye-catching ways to serve matzah that your kids will love. And scroll down for a video of the matzah snack-making in action!
Comment below and tell us your favorite kid-friendly Passover tips! We could all use the help, amirite?
Fairy Toast Matzah
Spread each piece of matzah with thin layer of softened butter. Top with light sprinkle of cinnamon sugar and sprinkles.
Almond Butter & Jelly
Spread each piece of matzah with almond butter (or peanut butter, or sunflower butter). Top with small amount of strawberry or grape jelly. Add chopped nuts if desired.
Cream Cheese, Fruit & Honey
Consider this the “smoothie bowl” of matzah. Spread each piece of matzah with thin layer of softened cream cheese. Top with sliced fruit and drizzle of honey.
Tuna Melt Matzah with Tomatoes
Top each piece of matzah with thin layer of tuna salad. Add sliced tomatoes. Top with cheddar or swiss cheese. Top with shredded cheese. Broil for 2-3 minutes, until cheese is just bubbly.
Top each piece of matzah with thin layer of tomato sauce. Top with shredded cheese. Broil for 2-3 minutes, until cheese is just bubbly. Add fresh basil if your kids won’t freak out from the green. Also try one of these fun matzah pizza combos.
Make scrambled eggs (around 1 egg per piece of matzah). Top each piece of matzah with thin layer of butter (optional) and top with scrambled egg. Top with ketchup, hot sauce or sliced of avocado if desired.
We are making kid-friendly matzah toppings for Passover
Posted by Jewish Food on Tuesday, April 4, 2017