If you’re hosting a Passover breakfast for your immediate family, or your extended one, you’ll want to serve a filling meal, packed full of slow-burning starches. There’s a lot of food to think about over Passover, so my advice would be to keep breakfast as simple as possible. Here are a few ideas for a delicious Passover breakfast to carry you through your week-long planning.
Missing your morning cereal? Why not try to make your own granola using a simple mix of Matzah flakes, walnuts, dried fruit and honey works perfectly.
AVOCADO TOAST...WITHOUT THE TOAST
We will all be missing our slices of toast during the week! So, for an easy substitute why not serve Matzo toast with a selection of your favourite spreads or toppings. Avocado and a fried egg will definitely be something i’ll be eating.
LOADED LATKES AND EGGS
Grated sweet potatoes or Maris Pipers works so well for these latkes. I personally love poached eggs on top. The perfect recipe…not just for Passover!
MATZO BREI WITH BANANAS AND PECANS
What would the week be without a bit of Matzoh Brei? Super easy to make and a great alternative to satisfy your sweet tooth when we are missing those pastries.
With the toaster hidden away and nowhere to be seen for the week why not try this is an easy alternative to your reliable Friday bagel. Crunchy, creamy and surely saves on the calories!
NO BREAD BANANA BREAD
There is only so much store-bought cake you can eat during the week right? We absolutely love this recipe which tastes just as good as the banana bread you would make if it wasn’t Passover. Don’t forget to add some yummy nuts as a topping and enjoy with your morning cup of tea or coffee.
I love this recipe because you can prepare it in advance and keep this as a simple snack to see you through the week. You can share these when you have family and friends are over as a sweet treat to accompany your tea or coffee. This is also great if you need something to grab n go in the morning.