End your holiday meal with this addicting and easy to make sweet treat of Matzah Toffee Pecan Crunch! I promise that even after 8 days of matzah eating, you’ll still want this crunchy chocolate covered confection!
Can you believe Passover is tomorrow?
I feel like just yesterday we were celebrating winter holidays and now it’s the spring ones, although it sure does still feel like winter out there! I’m sure at this point your home is cleaned and meal prep has already begun but did you forget about dessert again?
Passover always feels like one of those holidays where the dessert is a little meh. Baked goods for a holiday where leavened treats are strictly forbidden take some creativity of sorts. If it isn’t your strong area in the kitchen the end of the meal ends up with a serving of fruit salad and boxed passover candies. Maybe if you’re lucky someone made a Passover cake. Maybe.
Matzah crunch is nothing new to the Passover dessert table but it’s a little reminder today that’s it there and it’s freaking delicious and you need to make it.
I know you can spare a couple of matzahs from the 5 pounds you bought from the store to get you through the week. Plus it only takes a few minutes of actual prep time to make, with the rest hands off to set.
The best part is, this makes enough to snack on all week long, assuming you don’t keep going back to snag a piece of it. I know I can’t resist it.
Passover not your holiday? Doesn’t mean you can’t make it and you SHOULD. Ever have chocolate and toffee covered ritz crackers or saltines? It’s the same thing but for some reason the matzah works just that much better. There’s a magical combination of that buttery brown sugar toffee sauce baked on top that gives the matzah the perfect crunch and the chocolate is the kiss that says you can’t resist me.
So what are you waiting for? Get in the kitchen, get crunching!
p.s. not a fan of pecans? Sub any nut that you like to go on top!