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Looking for Passover recipes? Look no further

In a fit of inspiration (also known as procrastination against looming deadlines), I went through Words to Eat By’s recipe index and added a tag to all my recipes that will work for Passover. In some cases they’re on the same page as recipes that use chametz, but I trust you to figure things out.

While we’re here, let’s talk about breakfast for a minute. My mouth is perfectly happy eating matzoh brei every day, but after a few days my digestive tract ain’t so happy. Plus this is the first Pesach where Harry’s old enough to a) understand what’s going on, at least a little bit, and b) realize that all his favorite breakfast foods (waffles, pancakes, toast, cereal, oatmeal…) are off-limits. I anticipate tantrums. The dear child dislikes eggs and he came home from his school’s model seder convinced he hates matzoh. And while we’ve got a box of KP cereal, you and I both know I might as well be pouring cardboard pellets into his bowl. So, what are your favorite Pesach breakfasts?

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  1. Hi Debbie, I made a zucchini quajado, kind of a zucchini fritada te eat at breakfast on PAssover, try it. I totally sympathize with your dilema. Linda, http://www.theborekadiary.com

  2. It always takes so long to go through old posts and retag or recategorize. Good job doing so!

  3. Linda, that sounds wonderful! I'm going to check your site for the recipe.

    And Daily, it did indeed take a while. But it helped me put off doing some actual work, so it's all good 😉

  4. ha this sounds amazing. thanks
    passover is always a challenge

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