Celebrating Passover can be hard if you’re living a paleo lifestyle. If you’ve struggled finding paleo options for your seder, here are over 50 dishes for a delicious Paleo Passover!
Out of all the Feasts in the year, Passover is by far my favorite. The history and redemption celebrated in it are so rich and beautiful. And then there’s the food… You really can’t go wrong with a leg of lamb, some charoset, and a little stack of mazto.
Though I’ve always been gluten-free during our Passover seders (you can find a gf menu here), the past two years I’ve been grain-free too. So it seemed appropriate to share the delicious paleo dishes I’ve found with y’all! Whether you need a great entree, a paleo side, or a grain-free matzo recipe, I’ve got you covered.
So set the table, get your haggadah ready, and dig in!
Even though the traditional entree for a seder is lamb, when you’re in a pinch (or if you just don’t like or can’t afford lamb) chicken and turkey do just as well. And for those of you who are beef-lovers, there’s a few of those here, as well.
Though not really a part of the haggadah, side dishes are important too! All these side are full of flavor and enough charisma to stand on their own.
Crockpot Whole Roasted Cauliflower (pictured)
Easy Paleo Hot Cross Buns (leave out the baking soda)
Paleo Vegetable Kugel (sub white potato for turnips or more sweet potato, if you want)
Vegan Matzo Ball Soup (contains potato)
Probably one of my favorite symbols in the seder is the afikomen. And every year I seriously stress over getting just the right matzo for it! Both these options are easy and delicious!
Easy, Homemade Grain-Free Mini Pizzas (I know, it’s a pizza recipe, but I’ve used the crust for my matzo many times!)
Grain-Free Matzo Crackers (pictured)
I can still remember my oldest’s first seder. She was just barely a year old and was one of those babies who loved everything she ate. Out of everything on the seder plate, she chose the maror as her favorite! I can still see her, stuffing handfuls of it into her mouth while everyone at the table looked on in shocked disbelief!
Nettle Gomae (pictured)
Charoset & Chutneys
This is by far my kids’ favorite part of the seder. They could sit and eat the charoset and forget everything else. And I’m ok with that. 😉
Honey Apple Charoset (pictured)
Those these won’t all work to fill your kiddush cups, they’re tasty additions for your Feast!
Spiced Apple Kombucha (pictured)
Your haggadah has been read, your cups have been drunk, your afikomen has been redeemed, now on to desserts!
Cherry Almond Biscotti (contains potato starch)
Sesame Coconut Halva (pictured)
Chag sameach, friends!
Thanks to these amazing bloggers who helped make this round-up possible: A Sprinkling of Cayenne, Allergy Free Alaska, Almost Bananas, Eat Beautiful, Emma Eats & Explores, the Fit Blog, GAPS Diet Journey, Gluten-Free Palate, Delicious Obsessions, Dr. Karen S. Lee, Everyday Maven, the Heritage Cook, Jennifer Weinberg, MD, Low Carb Yum, Real Food Deals, Real Food Forager, Recipe This, the Rising Spoon, Strength & Sunshine, Studio Botanica, There’s a Cook In My Kitchen, Wholesome Yum, Yummy Inspirations