Thursday, April 21, 2011

Matzah Brunch Bake

As the Feast of Unleavened Bread continues,
we are learning ways to eat accordingly...
which can be both fun and challenging.

This morning we experimented with a brunch bake.
Apparently the experiment went well
as the following came from the table when eating...


"Ooooh! Yum!"

"This is awesome, Mom! I want more!"

"You HAVE to make this again!"

lol... Ah, the accolades of being a keeper of my home. :)

Matzah Brunch Bake

Line a greased 9x13 in baking dish with Matzah bread/crackers.
Beat 8 eggs with a little milk (about 1/4 cup)
and pour over matzah crackers.
Sprinkle with onion powder and sea salt.
You can, also, add chopped onion, bell peppers, etc...
but I kept it plain and simple for our children.
Then sprinkle with cheese of choice
(I used cheddar here).
Top with more matzah.
Put slices of butter on top of matzah layer
and sprinkle a little sea salt.
Bake at 375 for about 25 minutes.
Serve hot and say "Mmmm!"

"And on the fifteenth day of the same month
is the feast of unleavened bread
unto {YHVH} the LORD:
seven days ye must eat unleavened bread."
Leviticus 23:6



Sigalit Chana said...

Looks yummy, thank you for sharing. We can never have too many matzah recipes, especially ones that the kiddos love =)

Mommy Set Free said...

Thanks Christina, I hope to try this tomorrow morning!


Katie said...

Oooh, this looks good! I'll have to try it. =) I just found your blog today - I'm so excited to have found a mom who sounds like some one I can relate to! Looking forward to reading more of your posts. =)

HsKubes said...

Sigalit Chana ~ I agree. It's an added bonus when the children just love it. This was our first year observing the feast. It was fun to experiment with the matzah! :o)

HsKubes said...

Pamela ~ You're welcome. :) I hope you all love it! Mmmm!
~ Christina

HsKubes said...

Hello Katie! I'm so glad you visited! I look forward to knowing you! :o)


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