This year, Passover begins on Monday, March 25th and continues until Tuesday, April 2nd. Bennison's has a variety of items that we hope you will include on your holiday table. Everything will be available starting
March 22nd, up until April 5th.
Classic coconut macaroons. Moist, chewy, and flour free. Our recipe originated in the Lower East Side of New York and arrived at Bennison's via an old seasoned baker many years ago. We have plain coconut (left) for $13.95/lb., coconut with cocoa baked in (center) for $13.95/lb. and chocolate iced (right) for $15.95/lb.
Traditional holiday honey cake, lightly sweet and very moist. Sprinkled with sliced almonds before baking. Honey cake is sold as a 1 pound loaf for $7.49.
For our almond macaroons, we start with a classic French formula of almonds, egg whites and sugar with a ganache filling. Close your eyes when you eat them and you can almost see the Eiffel Tower. Flour free, we have Pistachio, Lemon, Chocolate, Mocha and Raspberry, each for $1.37.
To make our macaroon sponge cake, we bake a plain square sponge cake and top it with coconut macaroon mix in a tic-tac-toe board pattern. We then fill in the spaces with raspberry, apricot and pineapple jams. $9.99
Vanilla Sponge Cake: Holiday sponge cakes made with matzo meal and potato starch. Sold as a ring shaped cake, 14 oz. $6.99
Flourless Chocolate Cake: The pride of our “Passover Pastry Line.” Dense, moist and delicious, and flour free After baking we ice our delectable chocolate layers with pure chocolate ganache for unmatchable flavor and appearance. The 6" is $16.75 and the 8" is $25.35
Banana Loaf: Banana loaf iced with our homemade fudge icing. This is by far the best kept secret on the Bennison's holiday menu. 1 pound loaves are $7.49
Florentines: A flour free confection, lace cookies made from almonds, butter, honey and sugar, baked until crisp. Cooled and dipped in chocolate coating. $15.95 per pound.
All of our Passover goods are Kosher only in appearance. We do not use any animal fats in any of our baked products, and they are made with matzo meal and potato starch.