If you want to spruce up your Seder table with a few Passover cake recipes, I’ve got you covered.
These kosher desserts will take your feast up a notch!
17 Kosher Passover Cakes to Try This Year
From chocolatey cakes to dreamy cheesecake and rustic tortes, you’ll find something here your family will love.
And with ingredients like matzo meal, potato starch, and nut flour, they’re ideal for any Jewish holiday.
Because no feast is complete without a sweet treat at the end!
And these Passover cake recipes are so good, you’ll want to make them all year.
Get ready to indulge in a Passover treat that’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
This chocolate macaroon cake with orange buttercream is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday while satisfying your sweet tooth.
The cake itself is a rich and decadent chocolate macaroon dream. It has a moist and fudgy texture that melts in your mouth.
And let’s not forget the pièce de résistance: the creamy and citrusy orange buttercream frosting. It’s like a burst of sunshine in every bite!
Imagine sinking your teeth into a rich, chocolatey cake loaded with wholesome ingredients.
Sounds good, right? Then, you need to whip up this vegan almond fudge cake!
Featuring an almond flour base mixed with vegan-friendly ingredients, it has a moist, fudgy texture you’ll love.
Plus, there’s a dreamy chocolate glaze over the top.
This cake is so decadent, you’ll forget it’s vegan.
Here’s a luscious Passover recipe that’s brimming with decadent flavors.
The mix of cocoa and coffee deepens the chocolatey goodness. Meanwhile, the matzo cake meal and ground pecans make it nutty and subtly sweet.
And since you’ll whip the egg whites then stir them into the batter, it’s incredibly light and airy, too.
Top it with chocolate glaze and more nuts, and it’ll be gone in a flash.
No words can prepare you for this exquisite Amaretto Passover cake!
There’s notes of almonds, Amaretto, and chocolate. And the blend of matzo meal and potato starch makes for such a delightful texture.
Between the delicate layers of sponge cake, you’ll find a rich chocolatey filling. Then there’s the Amaretto glaze and finely chopped, toasted almonds.
One slice isn’t enough!
Indulge in this magnificent Passover tiramisu cake and let the flavors transport you to dessert paradise!
This recipe is a delightful interpretation of the classic Italian dessert. And it’s totally kosher!
It features layer upon layer of espresso-infused cake and rich cream dusted with cocoa powder.
Serve it with crushed matzo crackers, and enjoy.
Looking for a treat that’s guaranteed to delight your family and friends this Passover?
Then, this glorious nut cake with coffee infusion is the perfect treat for you!
Use whatever nuts you like best, or go for a blend of two or three. Either way, I recommend toasting them first to bring out the flavors.
You’ll whip the egg whites separately here. That’s how you get such a light texture with all those heavy nuts!
And the coffee in the sponge is such a nice addition. Though you can leave it out if this is for kids.
Serve this creamy, dreamy gluten-free macaroon crust cheesecake for Passover, and your family will beg for it all year.
The crushed coconut macaroons crust is topped with luscious, velvety cheesecake with melted chocolate swirls.
It’s a fusion of rich, creamy goodness and the irresistible charm of delicate coconut macaroons.
Every bite will tantalize your taste buds and make your holiday extra special.
Need something light, sweet, and simple? Try this almond ricotta cake.
This airy, gooey cake marries mildly sweet ricotta with the nutty essence of almonds.
It’s studded with sliced almonds, too, for a delightful crunchy contrast.
With its chametz-free ingredients, this cake is a fitting finale to your Seder feast.
Dazzle your guests with this delightful no-bake matzo icebox cake with matcha!
A combination of humble matzo with melted chocolate and matcha-flavored cream, it’s colorful, textural, and oh-so-simple.
Just layer the ingredients, then pop it in the freezer. How easy is that?
Nothing beats the decadent combination of chocolate and peanut butter.
And this flourless chocolate peanut butter cup cake is guaranteed to hit the spot this Passover!
You’ll love how the bold flavors meld together in perfect harmony.
Even better, there’s more chocolate and peanut butter on the outside! So every spoonful is a candy-filled dream.
Do you love sugar, spice, and everything nice? Then, you’ll love this apple cake.
Featuring a delightful blend of tender apples and warm spices, it’s just what you need for your Passover table.
Each bite offers a tender, gooey texture that bursts with heartwarming flavors.
Picture a luscious, chocolatey cake infused with sweet, nutty coconut.
If that made you drool, you’d love Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipe for flourless coconut cake!
The magic of this delectable dessert lies in its simplicity.
And from the tender crumb with almond meal and shredded coconut to the chocolate ganache, it certainly comes together fast.
But one bite will make you think it’s from a fancy bakery!
Chocolate and tahini are a surprising but delicious duo. And they’re ideal for anyone who doesn’t love overly sweet desserts.
This cake is a mind-blowing fusion of rich cocoa and nutty tahini. Plus, it’s topped with a decadent chocolate glaze swirled with more tahini.
The best part? You can make this treat with just a handful of ingredients and a touch of baking magic.
Are you on the hunt for the ultimate dessert experience to fill your Passover feast? Check out this decadent almond, cardamom, and pistachio cake!
It’s dense, tender and calls for olive oil instead of regular, giving it such a unique flavor.
You’ll love the fragrant cardamom and how well it pairs with the sweet almond.
Scatter chopped pistachios over the top and get ready to drool.
Liven up your Passover celebration with this nutty, citrusy almond and orange treat.
This flourless cake uses almond flour for a lighter and fluffier texture. And it’s infused with orange zest and juice, making it super bright and sweet.
The fresh, fragrant oranges mingle with the warm, toasty almonds beautifully.
This Greek yogurt chocolate mousse cake looks sensational. And luckily, it tastes even better.
It features a velvety chocolate mousse over a crumbly crust of walnuts, flaked coconut, dates, and cocoa.
Each spoonful offers a velvety, melt-in-your-mouth sensation that’s impossible to resist.
Bring some color and a touch of whimsy to your Passover feast with this fun almond funfetti cake!
This flourless masterpiece boasts a tender cake crumb made with almond flour. It’s studded with vibrant sprinkles, making it ideal for kids and grown-ups alike.
With its fun colors and delightful sweetness, it’ll bring joy and delight to any holiday table.
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