Temp Tee Passover Desserts: Cream Cheese Truffles and Chocolate Cake with Cream Cheese and Whipped Cream Frosting

temp tee truffles for passover

It’s hard to believe that it’s already time to get ready for Pesach, but Purim has passed and Passover really is right around the corner. This year, we’re preparing with this easy, no-bake dessert that requires no special equipment (because maybe you only have KforP bowls and forks!).

Delicious Temp Tee cream cheese is always a very popular matzah topping, but now we’re incorporating it into recipes for the chag. What do you plan on making with cream cheese this Passover?

Have you started preparing yet? Cleaning the kitchen, eating the contents of your pantry and freezer, cooking up new hametz-free recipes?

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We made these awesome truffles – look how pretty! Perfect for passover, because who wants a big heavy dessert after a huge meal? Just take one of these and you’re set.

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But, because we love desserts, we decided to share an awesome (our favorite) cake recipe with an updated cream cheese frosting.

For the  truffles recipe, click here

For the chocolate cake with whipped cream filling recipe, click here!

  • Yum, these look awesome, I love chocolate truffles.

  • These truffles sound amazing!

  • prag

    The title alone is so decadent already :), can’t believe this a Pessach possibility!mjam

  • Amazing. Anything no- bake is just the best!

  • Whit @ jewhungry.wordpress.com

    I agree! No bake is the best. Will it work without a stand-mixer?

    • yes, you can definitely make these by hand! we made the truffles by hand, and the whipped cream will just take a bit of arm work, but we’ve done it before!

  • I’ll take truffles all year round! Great recipe, girls!

  • Wendy/ themondaybox.com

    Looks delicious but just a note that Nestles Toll House chocolate chips are not kosher for passover. They contain soy lecithin and corn syrup. I will make these with passover chips though. 🙂

  • Great idea to use the cream cheese in truffles. I’ve been playing around with truffle techniques, too.