Recipe by Linda Gould
"Adults love this one, too! It's perfect for the 4th or 5th day of Passover when you start running out of creative cooking steam! You can add any vegetables you like or have on hand."
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shredded mozzarella cheese
sliced black olives
Easy. Fun. Each kid makes their own. Make sure not to buy the thin crackers because the sauce will make it too soggy.
This is delicious, and so easy to make! My one suggestion: put a layer of sauce on the bottom of the cookie sheets, to keep the matza from sticking and to prevent the need for greasing the sheets with butter.
Your right this is a great recipe even for adults!My husband came home looking for a quick snack I handed him the recipe and he had loads of fun finding all sorts of things to put on the matzo. He loved it so much it turned into dinner! It's quick and easy, just find some leftovers from the frig and open a jar of sauce.
very good, for passover food
A classic! Of course this gets 5 stars on passover for being quick and easy and loved by all!
Great snack. It tastes like a slice of thin crust pizza.
Really great! And so easy to do we'll definitely make it again.
This is absolutely delicious! I used alfredo sauce for a little extra kick, and it worked just as well as the marinara.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Kid's Favorite Passover Pizza
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 87
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