This was a great recipe for this non-Jew to take to her first Passover seder. Thanks!
MollySimon Posted: 01/01/09
ChefAmandaLynn Posted: 04/19/11
Incredibly easy passover dessert. Best use of matzo I have ever heard of, we will be eating this all week!
Ltoeat Posted: 04/13/11
Every season Giant Food Store gives away 5 lb. of matzo with grocery purchase and I would give them away. Now I have use for them. I love this easy recipe. It is crunchy, buttery & chocolaty. Very addictive, I have been sneaking little bites throughout the day. I saved tons of calories by cutting the butter and sugar in half. I used bittersweet chocolate and sprinkled sea salt on top. Don't waste money with parchment paper, just use a non-stick spray. Also, it is not necessary to chop up the chocolate if you are using chips. Use the microwave to heat up the butter and sugar, start with 1 min. then 30 sec. increments until the sugar is dissolved. A 1 cup glass Pyrex with a beaker is an excellent tool for drizzling the sauce allover the matzo.
jdedzany Posted: 04/20/11
I'm going to wish that it was Passover year round now! Absolutely delicious and so easy to make. Thank goodness we bought the 5lb box of matzo because my dad has already eaten half the batch!
Idolfanatic Posted: 03/21/13
Been making this for years, never any left. Sometimes I top the chocolate with coconut or chopped nuts. Definitely a favorite in our home.
esanders Posted: 04/01/13
I have been making this for years, and it continues to be a Passover favorite. This year I brought a batch over to a friends' home who were hosting a brunch and wanted to include some Passover foods. It was the most popular item!