Matzo brei (rhymes with “fry”) is eaten for breakfast during Passover. Matzo represents the unleavened flatbread Jewish people ate while fleeing Egypt and it is consumed during the Passover celebration to honor their ancestors. Matzo brei can be sweet or savory, and this recipe is a good base to start with. Look in the recipe notes for variations.
This gooey, cheesy version of mac and cheese gets a boost of fiber and protein from yellow split peas.
These pancakes use yellow split peas, boosting their fiber, protein and flavor!
Sweet potatoes and carrots are both high in the antioxidant vitamin A. This simple soup is perfect for a chilly day.
Baked apples are a favorite fall treat, but can take a long time in the oven. This recipe softens them in the microwave first, cutting cooking time in half and getting you closer to dessert.
These cookies are gluten-free and full of flavor!