Lighten Your Weekly Menu with Our New Plant-Based Recipes

Let’s eat healthy!  I wanted to help you make eating healthy easier and more accessible.

We’ve developed 30 plant-based menu items for Breaking Matzo. Why for Breaking Matzo you ask? What is the connection to Jewish home holidays? Simple! I entertain a lot of people for Hanukkah, Succot, Shabbat and Passover as well as many other holidays. Many of my guests have dietary restrictions and gluten-free, vegan suits their preferences perfectly. I hope you can Incorporate some of these dishes into your holiday or everyday entertaining. These menu items can either supplement what you are already serving or comprise the entire menu..

We’ve developed a full week full of recipes. Breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, and dessert. We have recipes that are raw and can be made or assembled in minutes. There are also more hearty and flavorful dishes that are are gluten-free and vegan. These dishes are all designed to allow easy entertaining.

Highlights include:

Breakfast

Avocado Toast with Pomegranate Seeds

 

Lunch

Fattoush Salad

Spaghetti Squash with Basil and Kale Pesto

Spaghetti Squash Pasta

 

Snack

Fig and Olive Tapenade with Homemade Crackers

 

Dinner
Quinoa & Vegetable Stuffed Pumpkins

Garam Masala Roasted Cauliflower with Raisin Chutney

 

Dessert

Hilltop Orchards Mini Apple Trifles

Caramelized Grapefruit Halves

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