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Every Seder needs an delicious ending. From matzo crack to flourless chocolate cake, these easy-to-make flourless sweets will have everyone coming back for more.
Made with matzo crackers, toffee, melted chocolate, pecans and sea salt, matzo crack is quite possibly the best Passover dessert ever invented. It’s called ‘crack’ because it’s insanely addictive (get it? crack-ers).
These light-as-a-cloud, kiss-shaped chocolate chip meringue cookies have a crisp outer shell and marshmallowy-soft interior.
Don’t let the French name fool you: chocolate mousse is one of the easiest desserts to make. Seriously, if you have a microwave, a hand mixer, and a rubber spatula, you can make a homemade chocolate mousse to rival any French restaurant’s version. And you can do it in 20 minutes.
A rich, fudgy slab of flourless chocolate cake topped with a light marshmallowy meringue — this cake is as impressive to look at as it is delicious to eat!
These parfaits piled high with fresh raspberries and liqueur-infused whipped cream make a light and elegant dessert. They take just 15 minutes to throw together, yet everyone will ooh and ahh and scrape their glass clean.
I’ve tried dozens of coconut macaroon recipes over the years and these are the very best. They’re delicious plain but even better dipped in dark chocolate.
This gorgeous (but incredibly easy) pavlova is a cake-shaped meringue with a soft, marshmallowy center & crisp outer shell.
Adapted from Maida Heatter’s Cakes, this flourless chocolate cake is made with ground almonds instead of flour and frosted with a decadent chocolate ganache. It’s rich, elegant and surprisingly light.