5 Kosher-for-Passover Recipes

If you’re celebrating Passover, it can be tricky to figure out healthy and delicious meals that are “K for P” (other than Matzah Pizza and Matzah Brei!).  Lucky for you, I put together five tasty recipes that you can enjoy over the holidays…and any time of year for that matter!


Cinnamon Sweet Potato Pancakes: These pancakes are not only flour-free but they’re also free of added sugar. They get their sweetness from a clever combo of seasonings—nutmeg, cinnamon and vanilla extract—so there’s no need to add any maple syrup or honey. They are delicious served with fresh fruit and a side of Greek yogurt or unsweetened natural apple sauce.



Veggie Omelet: Start your day with this satisfying breakfast and you’ll be full until lunchtime rolls around. Feel free use any vegetables you have on hand.




Balsamic Chicken: This simple, one-pot meal is a weeknight staple in my house. It gets its kick from rich, tangy balsamic vinegar — one of my all-time favorite flavor enhancers.


Baked Salmon with Sauteed Spinach: Ready for a dinner winner? Try this dish—it’s so simple, yet loaded with flavor and good-for-you nutrients, including omega-3 fats. If you’re not in the mood for salmon, you can substitute cod, halibut, or tilapia instead. Dinner is served!



Cherry-Pineapple Pop: I hope you saved room for dessert! This yummy ice-pop recipe features three fiber-rich and naturally sweet fruits that combine to create a flavorful, frozen treat for only 40 calories and no added sugar.