15 Healthy Flourless Passover Dessert Recipes That Taste Fabulous
Every year when April rolls around, I get asked by a reader or three for healthy flourless dessert recipes for Passover. I can’t blame ya!
If you’re looking for flourless goodies that you and the fam will adore, you’re in the right place. No flavor sacrifices here, friends.
Grain free baking has come such a long way, doncha think? The potential of almond and coconut flour plus nut butters make Passover desserts far more appealing!
While everyone is on the same page that wheat, oats, rye, barley and spelt (known as “chometz” in Hebrew) are off the table for Passover, things like hummus and peanut butter (legumes) or rice can go either way.
When the Israelites were fleeing Egypt to escape slavery, they didn’t have time to wait for their bread to rise. To commemorate their hardship, we eat unleavened bread called Matzo on the eight days of Passover.
Still confused by the rules of what is and isn’t Kosher for Passover? Although it may vary depending on who you ask, this New York Times article is a helpful summary of which foods are on the “yes” list.
Note that there are recipes on this list that contain leavening agents. If that’s not your jam, rest assured that there are plenty of options without baking powder and baking soda as well.