White Chocolate Matzah Bark

White Chocolate Matzah Bark is the answer to the question of what to do with extra matzah!  And it’s also the answer for a quick, easy and outstanding dessert!

Every year, when Passover comes around, I buy one of those 5-packs of matzah boxes, because that’s the only way you can buy it.  I have never figured out who needs that much matzah, but I guess large families do.  With just two of us at home, hosting a Seder, and occasional dinner gathering during the holiday, two boxes would definitely do.  So, what do you do with the other 3 boxes???

I try out various recipes using the flatbread, and this is one of my faves!  This White Chocolate Matzah Bark is super easy and quick, it’s so pretty, and yes, it’s delicious!!

Passover Chocolate

All you do is put the matzah on a baking sheet, spread white chocolate over the pieces, drizzle dark chocolate and sprinkle pistachios & apricots over.  That’s it.  No joke!

Whether you’re gathering in person, virtually, or just enjoying this beautiful holiday, this dessert will become a staple on the Passover dessert menu!

Passover Chocolate

White Chocolate Matzah Bark

 

Makes: 12 pieces

Active Time:  30 minutes

 

 

4 pieces matzah

11 ounces white chocolate, melted

4 ounces dark chocolate, melted

1/4 cup pistachio nut meats, finely chopped

1/4 cup dried apricots, finely chopped

Place matzah on a parchment-lined baking sheet.  Brush one side of matzah with melted white chocolate.  Drizzle over dark chocolate in streaks.  Sprinkle with nuts and apricots.   Transfer matzah to refrigerator until chocolate is set, about 15 minutes.  Break into pieces.  Serve immediately or keep refrigerated up to one week.

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