Passover Matzoh Brei Cuppies Made Easily in a Microwave.

As the Seder plate moved around the room, filled with matzoh brei and matzoh ball soup, people’s mouths watered, but no one wanted to make a fool of themselves by devouring a cardboard-like matzoh brei cupcake. My mom had made them for the fourth year in a row and we were all sick of them. I was considering asking her to make them for next year’s Seder, when I saw Clayton sticking his hand out of the crowd. Clayton was one of my best friends, and I knew he would never make fun of me. “I’ll have one,” he said without hesitation, picking up a cupcake with his hands. I froze, not knowing what to do. I could feel everyone’s eyes burning into me and I knew I would get blamed if Clayton got laughed at. I made a quick decision and handed him a knife. “Just slice it in half,” I said, trying to minimize the damage. Clayton sliced the cupcake in half and stuffed one into his mouth. As soon as it touched his tongue, he started to laugh. “What?” I asked, trying not to look embarrassed. Clayton shook his head and took a sip from his water goblet. “It’s just so weird,” he said, wiping his mouth with the back of his hand. I laughed with him and we ate the rest of the cupcakes, enjoying the absurdity of being the only ones who found them funny.

FAQ for Matzoh Brei Cupcakes for Passover

Q: What is matzoh brei?
A: Matzoh brei is a recipe made from matzoh dough, eggs, and milk, often flavored with cinnamon and sugar.

Q: What are the ingredients in matzoh brei cupcakes?
A: Matzoh brei cupcakes require matzoh dough, eggs, and milk.

Q: How many cups are in a matzoh brei cupcake?
A: Two.

Q: What is inside a matzoh brei cupcake?
A: A matzoh brei cupcake is made of matzoh dough, eggs, and milk, and is filled with cinnamon and sugar.

Q: What is the recommended serving size for matzoh brei cupcakes?
A: One cupcake.

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Hi! My name is Ava and I love baking. I love the process of creating something from nothing, and the satisfaction of taking a bite of something I made myself. I love trying new recipes and experimenting with different flavors. Baking is my form of self-care; it's how I relax and unwind after a long day. That's why I founded!

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