Cooking With Kids
7 Kid-Friendly Passover Recipes
Let your littles help with the Passover prep with these family-friendly recipes from some of our favorite bloggers that will get you through all eight days.
- Lexi's Clean Living
Matzo Brei With Cheddar & Avocado
When bagels, toast, and cereal are off-limits, breakfast for kids can be tough. This chilaquiles-inspired matzo brei recipe from West of the Loop is more special (and more filling) than butter on matzo—and would work great for lunch or dinner, too.
Matzah Nachos (Machos!)
What Jew Wanna Eat’s recipe for matzah nachos is easily adaptable to your family’s tastes. Let your littles layer pieces of broken matzah and cheese, and then add their favorite toppings once it’s out of the oven.
Quinoa and Peas
This simple, kid-friendly quinoa salad is bright, spring-y, and packed with protein. Serve the dish, from Super Healthy Kids, at your seder (adults will enjoy it, too!) for a side your little will love, or eat it all week long.
Gluten-Free Matzo Lasagna
Sheets of matzo replace lasagna noodles in this satisfying meal from Lexi’s Clean Living. It’s a great option if anyone in your household is gluten-free (and of course, you can use regular matzo if not.)
One Bowl Cranberry Chocolate Passover Cookies
These one-bowl cookies from May I Have That Recipe? come together in a flash: Have your kids dump everything into the food processor, and then let them scoop the dough into balls. A base of almond flour makes them Passover-friendly, and gives them protein and healthy fats, too.
Dark Chocolate-Dipped Macaroons
Macaroons are a Passover classic, and these ones from Cookie + Kate are a bit lighter and super flavorful. Kids will love dipping them into the melted chocolate—a touch that makes these extra special.
Vegan Chocolate Marshmallow Matzah Bark
This super-simple treat from The Colorful Kitchen transforms matzah into something sweet, colorful, and fun. You’ll need to help your littles melt the chocolate, but the rest of the recipe may be easy enough for kids to handle on their own.