Passover Roundup

Are you prepared for this night of all nights? We've got some fun crafts and treats for those of you who are about to get your Pesach on.
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Are you prepared for this night of all nights? We've got some fun crafts and treats for those of you who are about to get your Pesach on.

Take a look at the preparations, including a bedikas chometz ceremony, that Creative Jewish Mom has been working on for days. Want a hint? She's washed 300 eggs. THREE HUNDRED. I also love the easy dancing wine goblet paper chain she created:

creative jewish mom goblet paper chain

Have your kids make their own Seder plates with this cute craft from Gina over at Parent Dish:

kids-passover-seder-plate-parent-dish

I couldn't think of anything quite so delicious as these hazelnut-chocolate cookies for Passover from Smitten Kitchen. What's cool about the recipe? It has the conversion to use Matzo during the holiday and flour for the rest of the year.

smitten kitchen chocolate hazelnut

Interested in a little debate? No one can quite decide if quinoa is kosher for Passover! (From the New York Times.)

Maybe you should have baked a Moses parting the Red Sea cake for Passover. Maybe it would have been better than this Cake Wreck:

Moses Parting the Red Sea

On second hand, let's leave poor Moses alone.

Pesach Same'ach!

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