Tired of the traditional boring and heavy Passover desserts? Want to spice up your family's seder while keeping it kosher? It can be hard to create delicious desserts with all of the restrictions that come with Passover (I'm still crying over the annual loss of bread). Check out these eight recipes below for an easy way to make Passover dessert something to look forward to every year. 

1. Matzah Crack

milk, cream, sweet, candy, chocolate
Heather Feibleman

Forget about the plain and boring matzah of your memories. This recipe's salty crunch, gooey caramel, and rich chocolate make for an irresistible and addicting dessert.

2. Flourless Chocolate Brownies

fudge, cake, sweet, goody, brownie, candy, chocolate
Samantha Klein

Flourless chocolate cake is a staple in many family's Passover dessert repertoires, but living at college can make it hard to manage a full cake. These brownies are the perfect solution. Fudgy and chocolatey, they're sure to be an instant crowd pleaser. 

3. Chocolate Dipped Macaroons

cream, goody, candy, sweet, chocolate
Amanda Shulman

If you love coconut but you're tired of Streit's traditional boxed macaroons then this is the recipe for you. The light nuttiness of the coconut is perfectly complemented by the coating of silky chocolate. This recipe is basically a homemade, healthier Mounds candy bar. 

4. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

goody, sweet, cake, pastry, cookie, chocolate
Mackenzie Barth

Many view Passover as the end of cookies. But this recipe makes it easy since you only need 4 ingredients and 15 minutes. No one will believe you when you tell them these cookies are flourless and kosher for Passover. 

5. Homemade Chocolate Fudge

chocolate, sweet, cake, candy, pastry, cream, brownie, goody
Heather Feibleman

Everyone loves chocolate but chocolate in fudge form takes it to the next level. You will only need two ingredients and a microwave to create some easy and delicious homemade chocolate fudge. This dessert recipe may become a family favorite this April. 

6. Mexican Chocolate Chewy Cookies

milk, goody, chocolate cookie, cookie, candy, sweet, chocolate
Taylor Lashley

This dessert recipe manages to be light and airy, while retaining a rich and chocolatey taste. With the addition of chili powder, these cookies are a refreshing change from Passover's traditional flavors.

7. Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

cream cheese, cheese, cream
Clare Beatty

You may have thought that the perfect cheesecake dessert would elude you without a crust but this recipe will prove you wrong. A light finish to any Passover meal, the combination of summery fruit and creamy cheesecake filling will bring a smile to everyone's face. To keep it kosher for Passover, make sure you leave off the graham cracker!

8. Deconstructed Apple Pie

compote, syrup, pudding, honey, dairy product, milk, cream, sweet
Heather Feibleman

Although the "pie" part of apple pie is a no go, with this recipe you can have all of your favorite flavors anyway. The chunks of apple and dusting of cinnamon give this dessert a hearty quality without weighing down your stomach. 

Even the most die-hard carb-lovers will find these recipes to be a satisfying new take on the traditional Passover desserts. No longer will you find your stomach weighed down by processed confections. Instead, these recipes will easily allow you to bring new life to the sweet side of Passover, impressing friends and family alike.