It’s unofficially matzah season as the unleavened bread plays a primary role in Passover, a major Jewish holiday that lasts for eight days in early spring. But that is definitely not enough time to enjoy all the different matzah recipes you can make at home right now. And it truth, many people create dishes with matzah (aka matzo or matza) year-round.

Looking past your classic (for good reason) matzah ball soup, there are sandwiches, pizzas, brittles, and bakes that all use matzah as a main ingredient. Scroll down for five different matzah recipes that’ll make for the perfect lunch, dinner, snack, or fun, Passover-friendly dessert.

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1. Salted Toffee Matzah

Simple, but made from scratch, here’s a recipe that’s great as a dessert or a quick snack to grab on the go. It’s the perfect mix of sweet and savory—thanks to the combo of melted chocolate, toffee, and flaked sea salt.

Get the recipe: Salted Toffee Matzah

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2. Matzah Nachos

These machos (aka matzah nachos) are described as “the perfect cure for Manischewitz wine hangovers” by the author of the recipe. For it, matazh is broken up into “chips” and baked before being covered in melted cheese. They’re easy to make in about 15 minutes, and you can top them with pico de gallo, guacamole, and sour cream—or whatever you’ve got in the fridge, maybe even last night’s grilled veg.

Get the recipe: Matzah Nachos

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3. Matzah Lasagna

Calling all cheese-lovers everywhere! This matzah lasagna is gooey and cheesy while still maintaining that classic matzah crispiness to it. Plus, it’s packed with flavor by way of basil, garlic, bell peppers and plenty of Parmesan. As a result, it’s bound to please even the pickiest eaters at your Passover dinner.

Get the recipe: Matzah Lasagna

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4. Matzo-rella Sticks

What’s not to love about fried (unleavened) bread that’s filled with cheese? Though they may not be the healthiest option on the list, they are a great snack to have alone, paired with the classic marinara, or with any sauce or topping you have on hand.

Get the recipe: Matzo-rella Sticks

Photo: Jamie Geller

5. Matzah Brei Mac ‘n Cheese

This iteration of the classic, comfort-food dish looks like a mix between scrambled eggs and a cheesy pancake since the typical pasta noodles are swapped for (bet you guessed it, matzah). But it tastes every bit as good as the OG and only requires five ingredients to whip up.

Get the recipe: Matzah Mac ‘n Cheese

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