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The Best Passover Desserts in Toronto

The Best Passover Desserts in Toronto

The Best Passover Desserts in Toronto

Few celebrations, religious or not, are as intricately connected to food as Passover. With rules about what to eat, what to avoid, and symbolic foods galore, this is a holiday where food takes centre stage. Thankfully, the best Passover desserts in Toronto are here to help you and your inner circle celebrate the holiday in the most delicious way.

Traditionally observed for eight days, this year, beginning on March 27, Passover is an event involving enough meals to make even serious cooks sweat. Plan ahead and stock up on some delectable sweets to see you through.

Though you won’t be celebrating Passover en masse this year, you can still gather your closest and focus on the holiday at hand. Indulge in flourless cakes, chocolate-dipped macaroons, ethereal pavlovas and more, and savour each and every moment.

60 Adelaide St E

XO Bisous

XO Bisous

For Passover, XO Bisous makes coconut macaroons and a delicious assortment of matzo crunch. But it's their flourless almond and coconut cake layered with raspberry jam that's sure to steal the show.

Toben Food by Design

Toben Food by Design

In addition to a selection of glorious Passover desserts, including family-style pavlova with lemon curd and mini salted caramel flourless chocolate cakes, Toben Food by Design has a host of Passover dishes -- from classic matzo ball soup to braised beef brisket bourguignon -- to make your holiday special.

Elle Cuisine

Elle Cuisine

Order elegant vanilla bean panna cotta with blood orange along with any Passover menu from Elle Cuisine. Or, order an assorted box matzo crunch, including dark chocolate toffee, berries and white chocolate and more, à la carte or with your Passover meal.

The Best Passover Desserts in Toronto

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The Best Passover Desserts in Toronto

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Few celebrations, religious or not, are as intricately connected to food as Passover. With rules about what to eat, what to avoid, and symbolic foods galore, this is a holiday where food takes centre stage. Thankfully, the best Passover desserts in Toronto are here to help you and your inner circle celebrate the holiday in the most delicious way.

Traditionally observed for eight days, this year, beginning on March 27, Passover is an event involving enough meals to make even serious cooks sweat. Plan ahead and stock up on some delectable sweets to see you through.

Though you won’t be celebrating Passover en masse this year, you can still gather your closest and focus on the holiday at hand. Indulge in flourless cakes, chocolate-dipped macaroons, ethereal pavlovas and more, and savour each and every moment.

Toben Food by Design

Toben Food by Design

In addition to a selection of glorious Passover desserts, including family-style pavlova with lemon curd and mini salted caramel flourless chocolate cakes, Toben Food by Design has a host of Passover dishes -- from classic matzo ball soup to braised beef brisket bourguignon -- to make your holiday special.

Elle Cuisine

Elle Cuisine

Order elegant vanilla bean panna cotta with blood orange along with any Passover menu from Elle Cuisine. Or, order an assorted box matzo crunch, including dark chocolate toffee, berries and white chocolate and more, à la carte or with your Passover meal.