Sandwiches are often a mainstay of lunch, but Passover celebrants avoid leavened bread during the holiday week. Matzoh ball soup isn't the most portable food option so the Union for Reform Judaism has come up with five lunch tips for Passover lunch using 18 ingredients. Further down are video recipes for charoset and chocolate covered matzoh.
With a little preparation, making a Passover-friendly lunch is surprisingly easy. You don't even need to skip the carbs. Suggestions for midday meals include a Spanish omelette, pizza and stuffed baked potato.
Charoset — that sweet mixture of apples, walnuts, honey and cinnamon — is a mainstay of the Passover meal. As Weelicious explains, kids (of all ages) love it for days after. Put the salad in a cup and matzoh on the side and you have at least part a fun lunch.
Chocolate covered matzoh is one of the few Passover desserts that people get excited about. (Who actually enjoys those gelatin rings?) Here Shana Fischer and Joanie Simon demonstrate how relatively easy the treat is to make.