Who knew the words “matzo” and “delicious” could be used in the same sentence? Here at Fatty Sundays, we’ve transformed the traditional flatbread by dipping it in decadent chocolate and smothering it with different toppings. We’ve gone one step further and created speciality dessert recipes with our matzo as the main ingredient. Read on for how to incorporate your Fatty Sundays matzo into indulgent desserts that are sure to satisfy your Seder guests this Passover.
Matzo Ice Cream Sandwiches
All you’ll need is Fatty Sundays matzo and ice cream. If you’re based in New York, we highly recommend one of our all time favorites, Davey’s ice cream. For the sammies, any or all flavors of our matzo will do, and we suggest using classic vanilla ice cream. Create the perfect matzo treat by placing one ice cream scoop in between two matzo pieces. Warning: this will get messy (but totally worth it).
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Matzo Sandwiches
Head to your local gourmet shop for Justin’s peanut butter and chocolate hazelnut butter. Lather a piece of matzo with a scoop of your favorite nut butter, then cover with another matzo piece to create a drool-worthy sandwich. We love pairing peanut butter with our Rainbow Sprinkles Matzo and chocolate hazelnut butter with our Toffee Matzo. For a great substitute to the classic PB+J sandwich, drizzle honey over the peanut butter before closing the sandwich. We love Bushwick Kitchen’s salted honey. Have fun mixing and matching to see which decadent combination of matzo and nut butter you love the most!
Matzo Caramel Drizzle
Need a new idea for a centerpiece at your Seder table? Stack up a bunch of matzo pieces one by one on a plate, and drizzle Fat Toad Farm caramel all over the top and sides. Imagine biting into something that’s crunchy, smooth, sweet, and salty, all in one bite… it’s heavenly. Guests won’t believe their eyes, or taste buds.
Our chocolate covered matzo is now available online in an assortment of yummy flavors: Sprinkles, Toffee and Sea Salt, and even gluten-free. If you’re hosting or attending a Seder dinner this Passover, you’ll want to head to our site for this treat right away!