Matzoh Pizza is absolutely a favorite during Passover, but did you realize that you could add toppings? Around a couple of years ago, we started getting a little fancy with our Matzah Pizzas. I can’t take total credit — my husband had been excited and we came up with some ways to make it even better — and dare I say, sneak some more veggies into our children.
Here’s how to make it:
Matzoh – If you are making this during Passover, make sure it’s marked Kosher for Passover
Shredded mozzarella cheese
Toppings of your choice
Until I met my husband, I never thought to toast and then add ricotta cheese. He gets full credit for that!
Toast the matzohs. Spread on ricotta cheese.
Add tomato sauce and then add shredded mozzarella.
Add a little oregano (optional).
Add the toppings of your choice. Our kids prefer either plain or mushroom topped (saute the mushrooms first) and we like sauteed spinach and mushrooms. Toast for 5-6 minutes or until melted.
Kids will eat around 1 whole sheet of matzoh pizza (or 2), adults 2- 3 whole matzoh sheets.
If you are carbing it out, add the matzah + the tomato sauce and then any toppings. We used a matzoh that was 27 carbs per sheet and then 2 tablespoons of tomato sauce.
- Ricotta Cheese
- Tomato Sauce
- Shredded mozzarella cheese
- Toppings of your choice
- Take a sheet of Matzoh.
- Toast in toaster oven or regular oven (350 degrees) oven for a few minutes.
- Spread on ricotta cheese
- Add tomato sauce
- Add shredded mozzarella
- Add a little oregano
- Add the toppings of your choice.
- Toast for 5-6 minutes or until melted.
- Serving size
- Kids will eat around 1 whole sheet of matzoh pizza (or 2), adults 2- 3 whole matzoh sheets.
- If you are carbing it out, add the matzah + the tomato sauce and then any toppings. We used a matzoh that was 27 carbs per sheet and then 2 tablespoons of tomato sauce.
Kids can help with these recipes — have them sprinkle toppings on the matzoh tacos and matzoh pizzas.
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