Matzoh, the flatbread traditionally eaten at the Passover Seder, is made with not the most exciting ingredients—white flour, water, salt (and no leavening). But thanks to Larchmont native Abby Hendel Levy and her business partner Phillip Guttmann, matzos’ flavor profile has been amped up. Let us introduce you to their signature toffee-chocolate matzos’ from Matzel Toff! With a recipe inspired by Guttmann’s bubbie, Edith, the gourmet kosher dessert company takes unleavened flatbread and enrobes them in toffee and Belgian chocolate (a two-bar box is $9.25; an eight-bar bar box is $29). Varieties include kosher milk chocolate, kosher dark chocolate with sea salt; kosher for Passover dark chocolate, kosher for Passover dark chocolate with coconut, and kosher for Passover milk chocolate.
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