The best Pesach breakfasts – family approved!

Am I alone in finding breakfast the hardest meal to organise during Pesach? Surely not. If you’re used to starting the day with toast or cereal, then like me, you’re probably struggling too. Or at least, you’re struggling like I used to do! For the last few years I’ve been creating, honing, testing, and devouring a selection of Pesach-friendly breakfasts that is sure to please even the most fussy of family-members. These breakfasts have all been tested out on my own family and friends and given the thumbs up ?.

You can choose something different every day, from ‘porridge’ to pop tarts, french-toast-style breakfast bake, and even pancakes. There’s no excuse for matzah and jam every morning! Treat your family to these delicious breakfasts and start every Pesach morning off right.

Fruit and nut breakfast loaf
Packed with dried fruits and nuts, low in fat and with no added sugar, this loaf is terrific for breakfast – I love it spread with lashings of butter. You can even toast it! 

Packed with dried fruits & nuts, this naturally gluten-free breakfast loaf is delicious with lashings of butter. Enjoy it on Pesach, or all year round!

Overnight matza breakfast bake
This fabulous prepare-ahead breakfast is the Pesach equivalent of a french toast casserole or bread pudding, and just as delicious. This is one of my most popular recipes of all time, and for good reason!

Overnight matza breakfast bake

Paleo porridge – no grains, no dairy and no added sugar
This is so good! Creamy and delicious, and full of fibre from the nuts and bananas. You can top it with sliced fruit for added vitamins and a burst of colour. Substitute juice or milk for the coconut water if you prefer – it’s delicious either way.

A delicious paleo & Whole30 start to the day - no grains, dairy or refined sugar in this filling hot breakfast bowl. Top with fruit for extra get-up-and-go!

Pesach Pop Tarts
A light crumbly crust around a delicious fruity filling – who wouldn’t want one of these for breakfast?! Vary the fillings, and don’t forget to make a few extras for snacks too.

Pesach pop tarts - grain-free, egg-free, refined-sugar-free, vegan

Streusel-topped blueberry muffins
Yes, really! Moist, crumbly, delicious muffins, topped with sweet, crunchy streusel and studded with juicy blueberries. These will disappear quickly so make sure you grab one for yourself first!

These fruity muffins are moist, crumbly, & bursting with juicy blueberries! Perfect for Pesach (Passover), they're free from gluten, kitniot, & gebrokhts, they're delicious at any time.

4-ingredient flourless pancakes
Kids go wild over these super-simple little pancakes. Serve with butter, syrup and fruit for a healthy and delicious breakfast.

Easy flourless pancakes, with butter, syrup and blueberries.

Cheese & onion omelette muffin bites
If you prefer something savoury, these tasty omelette muffin bites will be right up your street. They also make a lovely light lunch with a fresh green salad.

Cheese & onion omelette muffin bites

You might also like this easy vegetable crustless quiche, this green shakshuka, or even this incredible lemon & cinnamon charoset spread on matzah. Take a look through the Pesach recipe archives and let me know what your family loves in the comments below. 

You might also like to read my roundups of family-approved Pesach dinners, and Pesach cakes and desserts, too!

I’ll be posting new recipes for desserts, breakfasts, main dishes and more, so don’t forget to follow me on Facebook for updates, and subscribe to my newsletter to get them delivered to your inbox. You can also follow me on PinterestTwitter and Instagram! Happy Pesach!

Start your Passover days right with this selection of delicious family-approved breakfasts, including pancakes, porridge, muffins and more! #Pesach #Kosher




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  2. What wonderful New Recipes for me! Love the Fruit & Nut loaf! The Overnight Matzo Bake and Muffins.
    I’ve always enjoyed Passover and with these Recipes, Pesach is going to be even more different for my Family.

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