Pesah Desserts

Want to bust your Pesah budget? Buy prepared desserts. Talk about sticker shock! 

Instead of the bakery, I'll be spending a couple of days focussing on baking. 

You won't find any of these recipes here because I don't have the time or the patience to participate in the science experiments of Pesah baking. I'll leave that to the geniuses.

Passover Brownies From Susie Fishbein's Passover by Design are excellent! I've made them as a gluten-free dessert. Yum!

Sponge Cake From The New Jewish Holiday Cookbook by Gloria Kaufer Greene.

Meringues/Pavlovas I use the classic Joy of Cooking recipe for these. 

French macaroons The ones I made last year didn't turn out so I'm in need of a new recipe. I should get looking!

Flourless Chocolate Cake Another great dessert from Passover by Design. I made this for the girls' birthday dinner last year and it was a HUGE success. Even "its too chocolately" Thing 3 liked it!

Butterscotch Matza I always see these recipes floating around and just pick one adding in ingredients as needed. 

Chocolate Pudding This one I might actually post because it seems that the pudding I tested out last week was a combination of three recipes so I not only don't have a link, I'm not even 100% sure what I did. Guess I need to make another batch to check. Someone has to do it...

 Tishpishti A recipe from my mother-in-law. During the year its made with semolina or farina and ground nuts. For Pesah its an all nut cake soaked in honey syrup. Maybe this one is in need of a recipe post, too. Loo at all of the work I've created for myself!

What are your favorite Pesah desserts?