Dark Chocolate Ungapotchkies

Dark Chocolate Ungapotchkies

MADE BY THE MATZO PROJECT IN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

  • $11 for a 3.5 ounce box

Mouth says...

Oy vey, have we got a snack for you. It all started when best friends Ashley Albert and Kevin Rodriguez set out to create a new take on the culturally beloved (but traditionally flavorless) box of matzo. These clusters of matzo are mixed with Belgian dark chocolate, toasted rice and toffee for a sweet, crunchy, slightly savory nosh we literally cannot stop eating.  FYI: Ungapatchka is a Yiddish word used to describe something ridiculously over-the-top… just like these, ahem, miraculous treats you don't have to cross a desert for. 

Note: These are kosher, but not certified Kosher for Passover. 

TIP OF THE TONGUE

Eat as a late-night snack, as you would caramel corn. Smash and sprinkle atop your vanilla ice cream for a a completely unexpected and next-level topping!

Ingredients

72% Belgian Dark Chocolate (cacao beans, cacao butter, pure cane sugar, soy lecithin, vanilla bean), matzo (unbleached wheat flour, water, sunflower oil, sea salt), caramelized crisps (sugar, tapioca syrup, toasted rice, butter), coconut, sea salt. Contains: wheat, soy, dairy & may contain traces of eggs, sesame & nuts.

  • Contains dairy.
  • Contains soy.
  • Contains wheat.