Matzah Madness

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If you’re anything like me, Passover flies by and you’re left with fond memories of sitting around the seder with those you love…as well as boxes upon boxes of leftover matzah.

We get it–mornings are rough, lunches have to be brought to the office and at dinner, you’re tired and all you want to do is lay on the couch.

Don’t worry. We compiled a list of simple and tasty matzah recipes to get you through the days of no pizza…

Avocado Matzah with a Fried Egg

Matzah Avo Toast

Two of my favorite words: Fried. Egg.

Whip this up before work-all you need is matzah, an egg and some avocado.

Complete recipe from here.

Matzah Pizza


If you’re anything like me, pizza=life and trust me, no bread doesn’t need to mean no pizza.

You can throw this in the microwave at work and within minutes, you have yourself an oozing and delicious thin crust pizza

Complete recipe here.

Matzah Crusted Chicken Cutlets

Matzah Schnitzel

You can make this in under 30 minutes and I promise it tastes as good as it looks.

Invite some friends over to indulge with you, or save the rest for lunch the next day.

Complete recipe here.

Matzah Bark


This is an instant classic. Take toppings and cover your matzah bark with whatever your heart desires-think m&ms, reese’s, nuts, or pretzels.

Disclaimer: May eat entire batch in one sitting (alone).

Complete recipe here.

Craving more Passover inspiration? Check out our Passover Pinterest page for all things Passover.

Still have leftover matzah? Use these recipes for a Friday night dinner. Post your next dinner here.

Thanks to What Jew Wanna Eat and Martha Stewart for these awesome recipes.

Written by Jess Spivack, OneTable’s community specialist. She loves pizza, adventure, reading and of course, peanut butter. You can reach her at

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