7 Passover Breakfasts that Aren’t Matzah and Cream Cheese

Healthy and delicious breakfasts for the week of Passover.

Kosher-for-Passover breakfast just isn’t known for being a noteworthy meal. Matzah and cream cheese will never hold a candle to matzah ball soup, brisket, or macaroons, and after a few matzah-filled mornings, you’re probably craving something more substantial.

This year, we’ve found a variety of delicious breakfast and brunch options that are so good you might just make them after Passover. Waffles, muffins, bialys and granola can be Passover-friendly with a little creativity, and we’ll show you how it’s done!

Passover Breakfast Hack: Potato Waffles 

Scrambled Egg Potato Muffins for a Kid-Friendly Passover Breakfast

Cauliflower Bialys

Quiche with Veggie Crust

Matzah Brei with Ramp Pesto

Pina Colada Passover Granola

Medjool Date Energy Bars

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