While this treat may be the perfect dessert for a Passover dinner, I think it’s a great dessert all year round. Maybe since I never grew up eating matza on a regular basis, when I first tried these crackers plain I thought they were tasty. It reminded me of the saltines I used to get when I was little. However, I learned that when you can really only eat matza for a few weeks every year, you need to find ways to jazz it up. And this is the perfect way. I made these desserts for a Passover dinner and they were a huge hit! People were so excited to have something that wasn’t macaroons. Chances are I’ll be making these again this summer, just because they were so tasty the first time.
Below are the recipes for (1) Chocolate and Toffee Matza and (2) just Chocolate Covered Matza. For some reason, these desserts come out looking like you spent hours on them and they consisted of this incredibly complicated recipes. However, this may actually be the easiest recipe I’ve ever posted.