8 Last-Minute Passover Recipes Your Seder NEEDS

Passover starts today! And while giving up risen bread for a week can be hard, we're just going to come right out and say it — we love Passover food! From charoset to matzah (we even secretly enjoy the bitter herbs and parsley dipped in saltwater part), there's something undeniably delicious about a good Passover spread.
If you're going to a Seder this year, chances are many of the go-tos will already be on the table, but if you still want to bring something memorable, we've got your covered. Ahead, find everything you need for a last-minute Passover dish. Yes, you can even make jello shots for the occasion. (Just make sure you get kosher for Passover gelatin!)
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The same beautiful toast toppers that we constantly see on Instagram can also be applied to matzah.
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If dessert is more your speed, this toffee-chocolate treat is a Passover must-have.
Or go all out with matzah TRUFFLES.
Switch things up from your usual charoset recipe with this date-infused version.
6. Coconut Macaroon Tarts
These clever macaroon tarts are absolutely stunning.
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7. Manischewitz Jello Shots
In case you'd rather bring the fun instead of a more traditional dish.
8. Manischewitz Ice Cream
Wine is a very important part of the Seder.
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