This post contains my favorite gluten-free Passover recipes and affiliate links.
I love Passover. While so many people see Passover as a chore, and they feel hungry, I feel great. I eat in a Passover-friendly manner most of the year anyway!
In this article, I’d like to share some of my best and favorite Passover-friendly recipes. I will add to this list as I make and accumulate more recipes.
7+ Gluten-Free Passover Recipes
I like store-bought gluten-free matzah a lot, however, it’s made with potato flour and not one of the five grains mentioned in the Torah. In order to complete the mitzvah of matzah, you’ll need it to be made with either wheat, barley, rye, spelt or oats.
Given that oats are the only gluten-free flour grain mentioned in the Torah, I use gluten-free oat flour to make this matzah from oat flour and water in less than 18 minutes flat.
Learn how to make it yourself too – get the recipe.
Every year I’m in charge of making the delicious charoset that adorns the Passover table every year. The key is shredding your apples and then combining it with plenty of Kosher grape wine. Get my recipe.
You won’t believe this cake is Kosher for Passover! It’s moist, cakey and oh-so-chocolatey too. You’ll love it and I promise, you won’t miss the wheat flour one bit! Get the recipe.
This recipe is one that my Aunt Ayala used to make for Passover when I was a child. It’s silly simple, messy to eat, but oh-so-yummy. I make it with gluten-free matzah and it tastes a-okay – just like I remember it. Get the recipe.
This recipe is so fun to make and is the perfect made-ahead Passover dessert. Simply whip egg whites into stiff peaks, add sugar, vanilla and chocolate chips, and put them in the oven to bake low and slow overnight. Get the recipe.
Almond flour makes a wonderful gluten-free flour alternative, and it’s also Kosher for Passover! These lemon crinkle cookies are moist and chewy. To me, they taste like dense cotton candy balls. Get the recipe.
(7) Flourless Chocolate Torte: This flourless chocolate torte recipes is made only with chocolate, butter, eggs and sugar – no grains at all. The end result is a fudgy, dense, moist cake that is to-die-for. Enjoy for Passover and year-round. Get the recipe.
(8) Sweet BBQ Cola Chicken: This cola chicken recipe is perfect for Passover… and Coke makes a Kosher for Passover variety. Sweet! Just skip the corn seen in the picture, ok? Corn is not Passover okay, but everything else about this recipe is. Get the recipe.
(9) French Macarons: If you’re feeling ambitious this Passover holiday, you can (and should attempt to) make delicious French macarons. Just pick up Kosher for Passover ingredients. Your guests will be amazed at your culinary skills – and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be thrilled not to have those nasty coconut macaroons (not to be confused with French macarons) usually passed off as dessert around the Passover table. Get the recipe.
I will continue to add gluten-free Passover recipes to this list as possible.