But also, 8 days without bread...cake...cookies...
Kosher for Passover desserts can get a bad rap. Yes, many are gross, but as I've posted before, they don't have to be. The great thing about Kosher for Passover desserts is they are often great gluten free treats, and can multitask like that.
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One of my favorites for seeming festive is a chocolate covered marshmallow pop. They are harder than they should be, but tasty and colorful and fun.
Passover Marshmallow Pops
aka Gluten Free Marshmallow Pops
(all ingredients should be marked as Kosher for Passover for this to be kosher, and gluten free for gluten free, so assume that each one is noted as such)
1 cup semi sweet chocolate
1/4 teaspoon vegetable oil
You may want to start by brushing excess powder off the outside of your marshmallows.
Melt your chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave and add a small amount of vegetable oil for gloss and ease of dipping.
Stick marshmallows on popsicle sticks, then wrap sticks in foil
Dip each marshmallow into the chocolate and then spin to cover. you may want to use a clean finger or spare marshmallow to spread chocolate more evenly.
Push sticks of covered marshmallows into a foam block. If you are keeping passover you probably have an empty egg carton or two around--they work great. Make sure to leave space between.
After they are partially set, sprinkle generously with rainbow sprinkles.
Keep these in the fridge until dessert, then remove foil from sticks and serve. They are good cold or at just below room temperature, and get messy when too warm.