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11 Kosher Dessert Recipes For A Sweet Passover

Passover is a great time for family and friends to gather. But after all of the niceties (and not so niceties) are out of the way, it's the meal that always takes center stage. Undoubtedly, your Passover celebration will involve lots and lots of eating. And if you're not totally stuffed after the matzo balls and brisket, you'll probably be in the mood for a decadent dessert — a perfectly good excuse to throw away your diet for a few days and give some of these Kosher dessert recipes a try.

If you want to bring something new to bring to the table this year, you've come to the right place. Whether you prefer fruit, chocolate or a delicious combination of the two, you will definitely find something that suits your palette. And although we have a lot of love for a good macaroon, there are absolutely none on this list.

Though your Bubbe might insist that her flourless chocolate cake is the best thing in town, try to convince her to make room for one more treat on the Seder table this year. Whip up one of these tasty kosher Passover desserts and, if you're lucky, Bubbe might let you do more than fold the napkins at next year's feast.  

1. Coffee Meringues

Courtesy of What Jew Wanna Eat

You can't go wrong with meringues at Passover, and What Jew Wanna Eat's coffee meringues are the perfect way to end your meal .

2. Persian Saffron Pudding

Courtesy of Tori Avey

Are you having a kid-free Passover? Then that's the perfect chance to whip up Tori Avey's Persian saffron pudding.

3. Double-Chocolate Filled Strawberries

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The only thing better than chocolate is more chocolate. The Joy of Kosher's double-chocolate filled strawberries give your fruit a super-decadent punch.

4. Cranberry Pistachio Chocolate Bark

Great as a sweet snack or after dinner dessert, this cranberry pistachio chocolate bark from Love and Lemons is super simple and delicious.

5. Manischewitz Ice Cream

Courtesy of What Jew Wanna Eat

Anyone who has tried it will tell you Manischewitz is, well, not great. But use it to make What Jew Wanna Eat's Manischewitz ice cream and you have one hell of a dessert.

6. Raspberry Cacao Ripple Rochers

Courtesy of Tori Avey

My mouth is watering just looking at Tori Avey's raspberry cacao ripple rochers. The perfect blend of fruity and chocolatey, this treat will have everyone begging for more.

7. Lemon Blackberry Tarts

Courtesy of Gluten Free Canteen

Gluten Free Canteen combines two delicious spring flavors into her lemon blackberry tarts, making the perfect Passover dessert.

8. Orange Ginger Poached Pears

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If you're looking for something on the lighter side, try Joy of Kosher's orange ginger poached pears for a sweet treat without the guilt.

9. Flourless Chocolate Cayenne Cake

Courtesy of What Jew Wanna Eat

What Jew Wanna Eat's flourless chocolate cayenne cake is the perfect way to kick up your Passover feast.

10. Dark Chocolate Pistachio Macaroons

Courtesy of Tori Avey

Macaroons are a must for any Seder, and Tori Avey's dark chocolate pistachio macaroons are a nice way to change up the traditional dish.

11. Cherry Tartelettes

Courtesy of Love and Lemons

If you have a small Seder, then Love and Lemons' cherry tartelettes are the perfect individualized dessert to dish out at the end of the meal.