Chocolate Covered Matzo

When I realized how much extra chocolate I had made for the Chocolate Matzo Mousse Cake, I knew I needed a better use for the leftover chocolate aside from just eating it myself. Making Chocolate Covered Matzo is such a fun family activity. My kids LOVE pouring the melted chocolate over the matzo.

Watch the video below to see Andy & his son Read make this recipe.

Ingredients

  • bittersweet chocolate chunks or chips
  • 1 jar or container of ready-made caramel
  • chopped nuts (optional)

Instructions

  1. Melt chocolate in a double boiler or a metal bowl set over a pan of simmering water (or in a glass bowl in a microwave at 50 percent power 3 to 5 minutes), stirring frequently.
  2. Lay matzo squares down on parchment paper to keep your counter clean.
  3. Pour chocolate generously over matzo squares.
  4. Drizzle caramel and sprinkle nuts on top. Enjoy!

Video

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tvteka.tv

Especially when the toffee has a brown sugar-flavored buttery snap and luscious chocolate is smeared over the top so it hardens and melds with the crackly caramelized matzoh underneath.

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artofnylons.com

Especially when the toffee has a brown sugar-flavored buttery snap and luscious chocolate is smeared over the top so it hardens and melds with the crackly caramelized matzoh underneath.

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