Charoset Matzah Toffee CrunchMADE BY RONI-SUE CHOCOLATES IN NEW YORK, NEW YORK
This brand-new Matzah Crunch is a celebration of Charoset – maker Roni-Sue's favorite part of the Passover seder. (For those of you who don't know, this is a tasty mixture of apples, honey and nuts, symbolizing the mud that slaves used to make bricks back in Egypt.)
Well, Roni-Sue has been overseeing her own kind of Passover miracle: transforming traditional charoset ingredients into an original sweet and crunchy treat. Matzah is broken up by hand and mixed with dried apples and toasted walnuts. And if that weren't enough (dayenu!), everything is then coated with a rich caramel apple syrup and baked until super crispy and totally addictive.
Makes a memorable gift for your seder host!
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Try to get said seder host to open the bag while you’re there so you can have a taste. Stock up, people. We predict you'll want to keep eating this long after Day 8. Zissen Pesach!
No, this taster isn't strictly kosher, but none of the products contain bread or bread products.
Watch the video below to see how Roni-Sue's matzah is made!
Matzah (flour, water), butter, sugar, agave and apple syrups, dried apple and walnuts. Comes in an 8 oz bag.
- contains dairy.
- contains wheat.
- contains treenuts.