Moo Moo – The Perfect Passover Dessert!

A family favorite, kosher for Passover, simple dessert!

Hannah mentioned in her last post Should Christians Celebrate Passover? that I would be sharing a recipe that has become a family favorite.  It is a great option for an unleavened, outstandingly delicious Passover dessert!

Moo Moo - The Perfect Passover Dessert!

We LOVE Moo Moo.  A friend made it as a Passover dessert in 2006 and we have probably made it every year since!  It only calls for six simple ingredients and is very easy to make.  It’s delicious alone as a dessert, or wrapped up in a crepe!

Don’t ask where the name came from!  We laughed when we heard it for the first time but apparently, it has been in the family a long time and has always been Moo Moo!

Moo Moo - The Perfect Passover Dessert!

This recipe is very easy.

Moo Moo

2 (16 oz.) cartons whipping cream
2 (8 oz.) blocks of cream cheese, softened
1 c. sucanat (or sweetener of your choice)
2 t. vanilla
A couple of cups (or so) of strawberries and blueberries (fresh is preferred, frozen is okay)

Beat the whipping cream until peaks form.  Separately beat the cream cheese with the sucanat and vanilla.  Gently beat in the whipping cream until mixed.Moo Moo - The Perfect Passover Dessert!

Spread in a 10″x14″ casserole dish.Moo Moo - The Perfect Passover Dessert!

Sprinkle the fruit on top.Moo Moo - The Perfect Passover Dessert!

Moo Moo - The Perfect Passover Dessert!

Moo Moo - The Perfect Passover Dessert!

You can refrigerate or serve immediately.  Enjoy it cold as a dessert or wrapped up in a crepe.

Since Passover and the week of Unleavened Bread are beginning in a couple days, we will be taking a break from the blog for the next week or so.  We plan to be back on May 2nd!

Have a wonderful Passover!

10 thoughts on “Moo Moo – The Perfect Passover Dessert!

  1. My brother would love this. He is crazy about cream cheese.
    We usually make pies with unleavened crusts of course.
    Coconut macaroons are unleavened too and easily made gluten free. If anyone is interested in the recipe let me know.
    Happy Spring Holy Days!

    1. That’s funny about your brother liking cream cheese so much:)

      My father loves to make a cheese dip by softening a block of cream cheese then mixing in salt, garlic, ground pepper, dill, onion powder… and maybe a couple other herbs I can’t remember right now. It is really good! Not Garlic and Herb Alouette (my favorite cheese dip), but really, really good:).

      I would really like to see your recipe for coconut macaroons, they sound delicious!

      1. I have been really busy. Here is the macaroon recipe:
        1/4 cup butter
        1/2 cup honey
        1 egg
        1 cup pastry flour
        2 cups shredded coconut

        Mix the ingredients together in order. Drop by tablespoons onto cookie sheet, flatten and bake at 350 for 10-12 min. or until golden brown.
        After they are cool, they can be dipped in melted chocolate.

        1. What timing!!!!

          I was just thinking a couple hours ago, how I would really like to try your macaroon recipe to go with ice cream tonight, but had not gotten it yet. I just checked my email real quick for something else and there it was! Perfect timing!

          Thank you so much and I totally understand about being busy:)

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