Passover in our household means one very important thing: I will be cooking Grandma Roz’s Carmel & Chocolate covered matzah. Yum!
My mother-in-law died eleven years ago. She was still in her fifties, and her life tragically ended because of ovarian cancer. I finished converting to Judaism just six months after she died. Without having another female in our immediate family who was Jewish, I sometimes feel a little lost. Thank goodness Grandma Roz left behind her recipes. Using her Passover recipes really makes me feel connected to her, like a lifeline in the kitchen. I know she would be so amazed by our beautiful little family.
It is my honor to share this recipe with you. Carmel & chocolate covered matzah is a simple Passover dessert that is easy to make and your family and guests will love it!
* Brown Sugar
* 1 Cup of Butter
* Chocolate Chips
First, preheat your oven to 375.
Over a low flame, melt the butter and stir in the brown sugar. Stir constantly, until mixture thickens. Remove from the heat and pour over the matzahs. Don’t worry about covering each matzah entirely.
After you have poured out all the carmel, spread it across the matzah with a knife.
Bake for 10 minutes and then remove from oven. Sprinkle chocolate chips over the hot matzah immediately after they come out of the oven.
Let the chocolate chips sit for five minutes. Then, use a knife to spread the chocolate across the matzah. Let them cool, and then using a large knife, cut them into long strips. Store in the refrigerator.
I served this for dessert after our Passover Seder Saturday night. They were a HUGE hit. Enjoy!