What are you serving this gluten free Passover?
While I’m not overly religious, I do attend a seder for Passover. Unfortunately, since I’m a celiac, I can’t engage in many of the actual elements of the seder, but we make some changes. Lucky for us, there are so many new products on the market for Passover. Just check out this selection (and there’s more, like two rows more) at my local grocery store! While I like to stock up after the holiday for big time sale prices to stock my personal pantry, I can’t attend seder without at least bringing some delicious treats to share.
Also, I’m on a press release list for upcoming gluten-free items and I was impressed with several of the below newer items. Some are actually now available on Amazon.com so click on the photo to order online (affiliate links on some).
While I can find many of these things, there are a few thins I can only pick up at Whole Foods – so make sure you’re shopping at multiple stores to find the best selection of items. Example, I found these Yehuda soup matzoh crackers at Whole Foods.
Need a new book for updated (and yes, all gluten-free, paleo-friendly) passover dishes? You simply MUST BY THE NEW YIDDISH KITCHEN by Simone Miller of Zenbelly Cookbook. It’s amazing. I read an advanced copy months ago for the magazine and fell in love. I can’t wait to try so many things from this. Passover and beyond! This highlights food recipes for all major Jewish holidays. Click on the book cover to buy it on Amazon (affiliate link).
Even if you don’t celebrate Passover, these items are too good to miss. Example, I use Matzo to make flat bread pizzas too! And you’ll love the cookbook, even if you don’t keep kosher or celebrate high holidays. It’s just good food.