Sprouted Whole Grain Matzah For Passover


We had our Passover Ceder beautifully this year with one more member of the Family, Liberty Joy.  We enjoy making Matzah together for Feast of Unleavened Bread.  The kids love to get their hands into anything that feels like dough.  Then, they help make little balls, roll them and someone else pokes them and stripes them.  Quite an assembly line.  By the end of the seven days we were all so matzah-out that we were glad it’s once a year.  This time I found creative ideas make use of out big batch of matzah

You will need:

~ 4 Cups of freshly milled sprouted(Hard Red Wheat, einkorn or Spelt)
~ 2 tsp salt
~ 4 large eggs
~ 6 Tbl spoons Honey
~ 6 Tbl Olive Oil
~ 5 Tbl spoons water


Before Mixing – preheat oven to 400 degrees farienghit and prepare cookie sheets with parchment paper.

If doing two cooking sheets rotate top to bottom half way during cooking for even baking.

Mix the two dry ingredients together with a fork or whisk.

Mix all wet ingredients together untill well blended.

Combine wet mixture into dry mixture – mixing until able to ‘knead’ by hand.

Form into 12-14 eaqual size dough balls.

Roll out, place on cookie sheet(s), then prick and stripe with fork.

Bake approximately 10 minutes, depending how hot your oven gets.  Keep checking because unfortunately, I just left my first batch and they burnt.image
If using two cookie sheets bake 5 minutes, switch top and bottom sheets and bake 4 more minutes.

It’s time to get creative with matzo.  Here are some ideas:
~ Spread honey, butter and cinnamon spread on top

~ Cream Cheese and berry syrup
~ Spread on Peanut butter and top with apple or banana slices
~ Make your usual turkey sandwich

~toast then to use them as crackers

~Matzah pizza

~Matzah chilaquiles

Have Fun with your little people.  They would love making these.  They are not too messy.image


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