Celebrate Passover with these vegan, paleo & gluten-free recipes

Attention, all vegan, Paleo and gluten-free Passover observers. If you don’t eat eggs, if you can’t consume gluten, if you refuse whole grains, then you need to check out this roundup of nine Passover recipes that won’t conflict with your everyday diet.


Matzo Ball Soup

photo provided courtesy of elanaspantry.com

Matzo ball soup without the matzo? It’s possible. And if you follow the Paleo diet, you should definitely include this soup on your menu. The recipe calls for eggs, sea salt, pepper, blanched almond flour and chicken stock or vegetable stock.

French Roasted Chicken

Photo: Cooking Caveman

We recommend you make this chicken any night of the week, but if you need a delicious meaty centerpiece for your Passover table, this is the one to cook. It’s got lots of delicious veggies and herbs, and of course is totally Paleo. This version has received a slight makeover from the Cooking Caveman’s original recipe.

Paleo Coconut Macaroons

photo provided courtesy of elanaspantry.com

These simple Paleo macaroons only use four ingredients: egg whites, honey, sea salt and coconut flakes. Not only will these sweet treats keep your paleo diet intact, but there’s no need to worry about your waistline either.


Allergy-Free Potato Leek Kugel for Passover

Photo: Cybele Pascal

If you go crazy for kugel, try this allergy-free, gluten-free, vegan, kosher recipe. Your taste buds will thank you for the potatoes, yellow onion, celery, garlic, shredded Daiya Cheddar and chives.

Vegan Matzo Brei

Photo: Chef Chloe

No eggs here! Chef Chloe veganized her mom’s matzo brei with silken tofu; vegan margarine; soy, almond or rice milk; and plenty of veggies and herbs.

Whole Orange Sephardic Charoset

Photo: Cheryl Sternman Rule

This unique take on charoset calls for an orange, Medjool dates, sugar, cinnamon, sweet (red) wine and pecans or walnuts. This sweet Passover is both totally delicious and totally vegan.


Gluten-free Matzo

photo provided courtesy of blog.julesglutenfree.com

Blogger Jules has given the gluten-free a way to celebrate Passover and eat matzo. Instead of wheat flour, she uses her own Jules Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour and gluten-free oat flour (or almond meal/flour). Gluten-free dieters, rejoice!

Flourless Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies

Photo: Keep It Sweet Desserts

Perfect for Passover, the gluten-free and chocolate addicts, these flourless cookies are the perfect ending to your seder.

Mushroom, Zucchini & Quinoa Breakfast Muffins

Photo: May I Have That Recipe

Eat these muffins for breakfast or with your Passover seder. Either way, you’ll be ingesting some delicious, gluten-free goodness, packed with quinoa and lots of veggies.