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Passover Dessert Recipes the Kids Will Love — From Meringues to Brownies

Since kids cannot live on matzah alone, we’ve picked some of our favorite flour-free dessert recipes for Passover. Here are some of our favorites!

Chocolate Chip Meringues

Meringues are kind of a staple in the Passover dessert world, but these babies from Smitten Kitchen have a secret inside…tons of delicious chocolate chips. And what kid doesn’t love a dessert with a surprise inside?

Mrs. B’s Passover Brownie S’mores

Bakers beware! You must use kosher marshmallows to keep the Kosher Eye’s chocolatey treats, well, kosher for Passover. Other than that, bake, eat and repeat!

Chocolate Passover Cookies

Martha Stewart’s unleavened chocolate cookies are made from Passover-friendly matzo meal, chocolate, and egg whites. The results are chewy and light cookies — light enough to put down the whole batch in one sitting — so beware, cause your little cookie monsters just might try.

Strawberry Bars

They taste like a breakfast bar — actually, we would totally eat this for breakfast — but kids will gobble up these bite-size kiddie desserts from Ingredients, Inc. any time of day. Like apricot better? Switch out strawberry for your favorite fruit.

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Who needs flour when you can have flourless chocolate cake? Seriously, this recipe from Chef Jo-Ann Markovitzky in New York Magazine is light and decadent cake will rock your kids’ Passover socks off!

Engel’s Passover Brownies

If you have little brownie lovers on your hands, we promise, this rich recipe from Yummly won’t taste any different from the flour-full kind. Actually, it might even be yummly-ier!

Matzo Toffee

We know Martha Stewart loves Christmas, but apparently, she also knows how to eat right during Passover. Her matzo toffee recipe is deliciously sweet, and that’s a good thing!

Raspberry Squares

Just because these amazing raspberry squares from Cara’s Cravings are perfect for Passover doesn’t mean you only have to eat them during Passover.

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03.24.2013 / 11:30 PM EDT by Jo Aaron
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