Matzah can get really boring after awhile. It tastes a little bit like cardboard and even though you don't like it, you can't stop eating it. There are lots of options if you look past the papery taste; I went with peanut butter.
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Step 1: Stuff
Here's what you'll need to make this tasty snack:
Optional: Candy melts in whatever color you want and piping bags with tips
Step 2: Peanut Butter
Use a butter knife to very carefully cut the matzah into 4 smaller pieces. Be careful, it likes to crack.
Spread a thin layer of peanut butter on the matzah. Don't make it too thick, or else it will mix with the chocolate later.
Step 3: Chocolate & Freeze
Put the matzah on a tray covered in foil. Melt about a cup of chocolate in the microwave. I like to go in 30-second increments; usually 2-3. Pour the chocolate over the matzah and gently smooth it around with a spoon. Don't push too much or the peanut butter will mix with the chocolate. Tap the tray against the counter until the chocolate settles. Pop it in the freezer for about an hour.
Step 4: Decorate
Once out of the freezer, use a butter knife to trim the edges where the chocolate is melted. This part is optional, but you can use candy melts and sprinkles to decorate them.
Step 5: So Good!!!
These things tastes really good and are kosher for Passover!! They're a perfect snack for parties, or a great way to treat yourself. Either way, have fun!
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