Absolutely delicious and dead simple. Kids love it!
Rating: 4 stars
I was looking for a gluten free and kid friendly (to make and eat) dessert to bring to Passover. I doubled the recipe and it fit perfection a standard cookie sheet. It was delicious and a huge success. I highly recommend.
Easier to make than the traditional way of laying the matzo flat on a cookie sheet. Watch carefully that it doesn't burn. I used half butter and half Earth Balance butter spread. I only baked it for 15 minutes and used chopped toasted almonds instead.
Rating: 5 stars
I was invited to a Seder and was asked to bring a dessert. Seeing as how I'm Catholic and have never been to a Seder, I really didn't know what to bring. I found this recipe and made sure to use Passover approved Matzo, parve butter and chocolate chips. Even when it is compared to non-Kosher desserts it is pretty much awesomesauce. I'm soo excited to bring this to dinner because it even surpassed my high expectations. Thanks for the great recipe Martha!
I have made this many times -- kids and adults really like it . And it is sooo easy.
To AZve -- re-read instruction #2 and you will have your syrup answer.
WHAT SYRUP? The Ingredients do not call for syrup. Please advise.
2. .... "drizzle matzo mixture with syrup"