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Isn't it time you settled down with a nice kosher chocolate cake?
Because when it's covered in mascarpone cream, are you really worried about a few cracks? Recipe here (contains dairy*).
*several of the desserts in this post use butter or cream, which is fine Passover rules-wise but may not be kosher if it's served with a meal that includes meat. You can skip the topping in this case, and in general use kosher pareve margarine instead of butter and almond milk instead of cow milk.
Using coconut flakes instead of little shreds makes these extra pretty. Recipe here.
Chocolate + water = MAGIC! Recipe here.
Recipe here (contains dairy).
Chocolate chips lie in wait beneath a smooth, innocent exterior, ready to incapacitate their prey. Recipe here.
Gluten-free and dairy-free — a tart anyone could love. Recipe here.
All for meeeeee. Recipe here.
This would work with peanut butter, too, if you don't consider legumes off-limits for Passover. Recipe here.
Look, Ma, no flour! Just make sure to swap in kosher-for-Passover confectioner's sugar if you want to avoid cornstarch. Recipe here (contains dairy).
These little gluten-free cuties take some effort, but they'll definitely impress party guests. Recipe here.
An artsy spin on the original classic crunch. Recipe here.
Basically a layer cake made out of cookies and chocolate. Okay, sure! Recipe here.
Cream and fruit and meringues and a pretty little sneak preview of summer. Recipe here (contains dairy).
Bless this pile of chocolate cake and ganache and caramel. Recipe here (contains dairy).
Add a little nutty crunch to traditional macaroons.Recipe here.
A sophisticated option for the waist-watchers. Recipe here (contains dairy).
Dates make this cake chewy and sweet. Recipe here.
Terribly refined, darling. Recipe here (contains dairy).
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