How to Make Passover-Friendly Desserts. There are plenty of tasty treats you can make
without flour or yeast; you just have to be creative! You will need Matzo meal Potato starch Ground
nuts Chocolate Caramel Eggs Sugar (optional) and food processor or coffee grinder (optional). Step 1. Know which ingredients are not allowed during
Passover: wheat, rye, barley, spelt, and oats, meaning that most kinds of flour can’t be
used. Leavening agents like yeast and baking powder
are also a no-no. Step 2. Learn how to make substitutions for forbidden
ingredients, like a combination of matzo meal and potato starch in place of flour. Find substitution lists in kosher cookbooks
and on kosher websites. Avoid the common mistake of using too much
matzo meal in dessert recipes; it makes them too heavy. Step 3. Make desserts that rely on finely ground nuts
to take the place of flour, or to serve as crust base for cheesecake. Combine 1/3 cup of granulated sugar with a
1/2 teaspoon potato starch and blend them together in a food processor or coffee grinder
to make kosher for Passover powdered sugar. Step 4. Count on dark chocolate to save the day! Bake a delicious flourless chocolate cake,
or make brownies using matzo meal or cake meal. Turn plain matzo into delectable crunch bars
with the addition of dark chocolate and caramel. Step 5. Make goodies that attain height and airiness
from beaten egg whites rather than leavening agents, like a sponge cake, meringues, or
macaroons. Step 6. Focus on fruit-based desserts, like sorbets,
honey-drizzled fruit with walnuts, or fruit compote. Did you know One of the largest Seders in
the world takes place in Kathmandu, Nepal and involves 2,000 people.