5 Full Menu Ideas for Passover {Classic, Modern, Dairy, Vegan & Superfood}

5 Full Menus to Cover your Passover needs {Classic, Modern, Dairy, Vegan & Superfood}

If at any point you have felt overwhelmed and with no idea what to cook for Passover, you are in the right place my friend, because here we have put together for you 5 Full Menu Ideas to cover all your Passover needs, whether you love the classics, you want a more modern approach, you love dairy, you are vegan or are into superfoods, we got you covered.  Each menu has 1 haroset recipe, 5 entrees, 3 main dishes, 5 sides dishes and 5 sweet treats. 
Since we are Sepharadim, we included some recipes with kitniot but, don’t panic; almost all recipes are grain free anyways. Let’s go! 

Passover Menu #1: The Classic

Passover Menu #2: The Modern

Passover Menu #3: The Dairy

Veggie lover Menu for Shavuot

Passover Menu #4: The Vegan

Passover Menu #5: The Superfoods

We hope you found some inspiration or maybe even a full menu for your very own Passover dinner.

What menu you liked the most? Let us know in the comment section, and don’t forget to follow on instagram and pinterest for more! We always love to hear from you.  

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3 Ingredients Peanut Butter Cookies {Gluten-Free, Passover-Friendly}​

3 Ingredients Peanut Butter Cookies {Gluten-Free, Passover-Friendly}

I have been experimenting for a few years now with gluten-free and grain-free baking, and since Pesach is around the corner, I wanted to share with you, two cookies I really love. Of course I hope you come to love these cookies as well because they are the easiest cookies ever.  

Are you allergic to peanuts? You might want to try these Coconut Macaroons instead. 

These cookies are perfect because: 

 – They are passover-friendly 

– They only use a handful of ingredients you probably have at home

– You don’t need any fancy tool or equipment, just a bowl, a fork and a baking sheet.


Easy, right?

3 ingredients Peanut Butter Cookie {Gluten-Free, Passover-Friendly}

Servings 15 Cookies (20 gr each)


  • 205 gr Creamy Peanut Butter
  • 50 ml Eggs
  • 50 gr Granulated Sugar
  • Pinch of salt


  • Preheat your oven to 350ºF (180ºC) and line your baking sheet with a silicon mat or parchment paper.
  • In a bowl, combine peanut butter, sugar and eggs and mix very well with a fork or spatula, until everything is combined and you get a dough with a thick consistency. If you are adding mix-ins, add them now.
  • Portion little balls of 20 grams (triple the recipe to make them bigger)and place over your prepared baking sheet.
  • Flatten each ball lightly by pressing with a fork.
  • Bake in a preheated oven for 8 minutes (if you are making bigger cookies you might need to adjust your baking time)
  • The cookies are done when they are firm to the touch and, lightly brown at the bottom and have a matte finish. 


Optional add-ins:
Chocolate Chips 
Roasted Peanuts 
Keyword baking, cookies, Gluten-free, passover, sweet treats

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Passover Ingredients Swaps List

Handy Passover Ingredients Swap List

We all know those common Passover swaps, like substituting all purpose flour with matzah meal (even though, I haven’t been very successful with that myself) but, what if you want to substitute other common ingredients? This Passover Ingredients Swap List will show you some of the most common substitutions that we have available nowadays.  

I hope that with this Passover Ingredient Swap list, I can take off of you some of the overwhelm, and remind you how easy it is to cook (and enjoy!) not just eating during Pesach, but the planning that comes with it. 

If you are looking for more recipes and inspiration for Passover, you can check our curated Pinterest Board. 

Make sure to follow us on Instagram & Pinterest for more! 

Until next time,


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Super Easy {& Satisfying} Chocolate Chia Pudding for Breakfast

Easy & Satisfying Chia Pudding {Vegan, Gluten-Free}

The ONE thing I have struggled the most since my “trying-very-hard-to-eat-healthier” journey started is breakfast. Growing up we had a lot of what you consider common: “breads, milk, cheese, chocolate, eggs”, that let me feeling bloated and with stomach pain, and dominican favorites like mangú, or other roots with eggs, that although I loved, made me feel too heavy in the morning. The healthiest breakfast we came across at the time was oatmeal porridge, but it was too slimy for my taste. Saying I hated it is probably an understatement… 

I have actually come across chia seeds years ago. Someone told me that it help you lose weight. Just mix it with water, let it rest for a few minutes, and drink it all day long for I don’t remember what long. It seemed easy enough, so I went ahead and bought a huge bag of chia seeds. To make the story short, I hated it and regretted so much to spend my money on that. my first big bag of chia seeds I hated those tiny seeds in my water. 

Thanks God Pinterest exists now to help me feed my inspiration hunger. There I came across this Chocolate Chia Pudding and many other ways to use chia in the kitchen.  Adding chocolate was such a revelation! In case you don’t know chia seeds have the super power of transforming any liquid into a gel-like consistency, so in a few minutes you can make this pudding for breakfast, snack or even dessert. If you want a smooth consistency, you can use a high-speed blender, like Ninja, Vitamix and the like. 

Chocolate Chia Pudding

Chocolate Chia Pudding {Vegan, Gluten Free}

Servings 4


  • 50 gr Semi-Sweet chocolate (chopped, or morsels)
  • 350 ml Coconut milk (use full fat for more creaminess)
  • 100 gr Chia seeds
  • Pinch of salt


  • In a saucepan, heat the coconut milk until is warm.
  • Add the warm milk over the chocolate, and mix well until everything is incorporated
  • Add the chia seeds and mix well
  • Portion the mixture into ramekins, cups or small glass jars and rest in the fridge until ready to use.


  • You can make the chia pudding the night before and rest in the fridge overnight for even better consistency. 
Keyword breakfast, Gluten-free, vegan

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