7 Matzo Recipes Your Passover Seder Needs — Because How Amazing Does Matzo Puppy Chow Sound?

Some call it matzo. Others call it matzah. No matter how you say or spell it, matzo recipes play a major role in the Passover dinner. But the star of the seder shouldn't be pushed to the side or hidden under a cushion. It should be celebrated in a unique and delicious way.

Before anyone gets their yarmulkes in a knot, I would like to point out that there's nothing wrong with a simple sheet of matzo. Even as a gentile (or more affectionately, a goy), I buy a box or two come Passover season just because I like the taste. But then again, I don't have to eat it for a week straight. I'm sure that after a few days, this bread substitute becomes your stomach's biggest foe.

So before you let it get to the point of disgust, transform your matzo into a more substantial dish. Whether you want something savory to serve at seder or something sweet to snack on once the meal is over, there are plenty of ways to take your matzo from dull to delicious. Here are seven easy recipes that are beyond tasty.

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Samoa Cookie Matzo Crunch

And you thought Girl Scout cookies couldn’t get any better. Humming Bird High turns the beloved Samoas into a chocolatey caramel matzo bark.

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Matzo Nachos

The possibilities are endless when it comes to What Jew Wanna Eat’s matzo nachos. Follow the recipe to a tee, or pile on your own ingredients.

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No-Bake Chocolate Matzo Cake

You don’t need to be a top chef (or even own an oven) to make Tori Avey’s no-bake chocolate matzo cake.

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Chocolate Pretzel Matzo Bark

Jelly Toast’s chocolate pretzel matzo bark is the perfect combination of salty and sweet. Her recipe calls for Wow Butter, but if none of your guests have a nut allergy, then feel free to use peanut butter.

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Coconut Rocky Road Matzo

If any of your guests suffer from Celiac disease, serve them a slice of Gluten-Free Canteen’s rocky road matzo.

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Grilled Matzo and Brisket Wraps

Had a little too much Manischewitz? Tori Avey’s matzo brisket wrap is a delicious way to use your seder leftovers and cure your Passover hangover.

Image and recipe: Tori Avey

Matzo Puppy Chow

What Jew Wanna Eat puts a Kosher twist on puppy chow. A rich blend of peanut butter and chocolate, this concoction makes a great gift for your Passover guests.

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