End your Passover meal on a sweet note with these delicious desserts. From cakes and fruit crisps to kugel, macaroons, tarts, and more, our Passover recipes will give you plenty of tasty dessert options.
Crispy coconut cookies only get tastier after receiving a chocolate "skirt."
These classic Jewish cookies are sweetened up with an apricot spread. They just so happen to be gluten-free, too!
These macaroon drop cookies include the perfect mix of chocolate and coconut. This make ahead recipe is a deliciously easy Passover treat.
An "in-law of an in-law" created this Passover version of crumb cake recipe. The results are more like a cookie than cake.
Try something new with this bittersweet chocolate kisses recipe. Combine egg whites, walnuts, chocolate and cream of tartar to create a delicious treat.
Without leavening, the cake tops remain fairly flat. If serving these tortes during Passover, check with local rabbinical authorities about the matzoh meal.
These brownies make a terrific dessert for a meat or dairy meal. Pareve (PAHR uh vuh), or neutral foods, such as eggs, are allowed, and margarine, if labeled pareve, is permitted.
Baked apple recipes are a seasonal favorite during fall and winter months. Enjoy this decadent dessert with family and friends.
Made from whipped egg whites, macaroons have long been a friend to dieters. A simple chocolate drizzle updates these feather-light morsels.
Almonds and coconut flavor these melt-in-your mouth cookies.
Coconuts and macadamia nuts flavor these crisp macaroon cookies.
Pssst. Want to know two sweet secrets to making the best coconutty treats in town? Here they are: Use two kinds of coconut and a hint of honey.
With almond ears, a cinnamon candy nose, and a licorice tail, kids will love these dessert cookies.
If you are not celebrating Passover, you can substitute 2/3 cup all-purpose flour for the matzoh meal in these macaroon cookies.
These classic crisp and chewy coconut cookies are the perfect holiday or anytime treat.