Passover means lots of rules: no leavening, no flour, and, for those who keep kosher, no mixing milk and meat. Luckily, we still have sugar, eggs, and fruit to do the sweet work for us. Instead of buying chalky, dense, packaged Passover desserts, bake your own this year. Since you can serve these treats after meals with meat as well as dairy, your seder-mates will thank you -- and you'll have a house full of sweets all week long.
More from Food52:
• See a step-by-step tutorial on how to make another kosher-for-Passover treat: French macarons.
• Have leftover horseradish from your seder? Try this recipe for Asparagus with Young Garlic and Horseradish.
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