I’ve been celebrating Passover my entire life. Every spring, the week comes where I must give up my beloved bread and trade it in for the salted cardboard that is matzah. But this year, I have decided to make a change. This year, I will be anti-matzah. Except, of course, for seder. And if you want to join me in my boycott of this sad excuse for a cracker, check out all the awesome things you could be eating instead.
Whoever said quinoa was basic never tried this. Get the recipe here.
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No one should have to go a week without pizza. Make this crust, and you won’t have to.
Stir-fry is actually super quick and easy, and this one is especially delicious. Learn how to make it here.
Flourless chocolate cake meets the brownie. What could go wrong? Check out the decadent recipe.
Chicken salad gets a lot of hate, but it’s actually awesome. Try it, and see for yourself.
The quintessential Passover dessert, in my house anyway. Find the recipe here.
Chewy cookies are the best kind of cookies. These are no exception. Recipe here.
Tacos minus the shells, but they’re still just as good. Make them, and taste for yourself.
These rival the ones at P.F. Chang’s. Find the recipe here.
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Warm, cheesy, and delicious. What more could you want? Learn how to make it.
11. Tomato Soup
Not being able to eat this with a grilled cheese might be a little sad, but it’ll still taste awesome. Get the super easy recipe here.
Your favorite kind of cookie just got an unreal upgrade. Recipe here.
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You’ve probably never heard of it, but after making it you’ll want to eat it for every meal. Here’s the recipe.
14. Mini Egg Quiches
You don’t need toast to have a fantastic breakfast. Learn how to make these.
Maybe this is an unpopular opinion, but sweet potatoes > regular potatoes. Check out the recipe if you agree.
You can use Passover as an excuse to eat healthier, and this recipe makes healthy food actually taste good.
This fake fried rice might just be better than real fried rice. Try out the recipe and decide for yourself.
Healthy, tasty, non-leavened dessert. Yes please. Recipe here.
19. Turkey Chili
Homemade chili in 20 minutes will change your life. Get the recipe.
Zoodles are the fake noodles you never knew you needed. Learn how to make them here.
It’s basically the healthier version of avocado toast with eggs. Recipe here.
I don’t normally don’t advocate having fruit for dessert, but I make an exception for this grapefruit.
The Passover version of mini pizza bagels. Make them yourself.
Share these with a special someone. Or just eat them all yourself. Here’s the recipe.
Steak and avocados, you don’t really need much else. Find the recipe here.
Meet your new favorite dinner party appetizer. Try them out.
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27. Kale Chips
Finally, chips you don’t have to feel guilty about. Recipe here.
You can still have pasta on Passover, don’t worry. Learn how.
This is your new favorite non-leavened study snack. Find the super simple recipe here.
Salmon is a much better alternative to gefilte fish. See for yourself.
31. Cheese Crisps
Cheese and crackers combined into an easy snack. Learn how to make them here.
Nice cream is so good you won’t even notice there’s no dairy involved. Recipe here.
In case you just wanna feel like a little kid again. Find the recipe here.
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Put a new twist on your old matzah ball soup. Check out the recipe.
Chicken does NOT have to be boring. Try this recipe, and see for yourself.
Edible bowls are all the rage now. Join the trend and learn how to make this.
37. Parmesan Edamame
Edamame is the perfect side dish for pretty much any meal. Recipe here.
Chipotle without ever having to leave your house? I think yes. Get the recipe.
Because everything is better when it’s covered in sprinkles. Make these.