Raise a glass and break out the matzo for our Passover-inspired dinner. And whether you’ve decided to cook the entire feast or want to outsource a few dishes, our memorable menu has elegant recipes and ready-to-heat options for everyone. Find all the inspiration you need here to plan a Passover menu that guests will love.
Order your Passover meal by 4/21 and schedule time for pickup in-store.
Passover Recipes to Make at Home
To help you plan a special Seder gathering, we’ve created a menu that offers familiar favorites plus delicious twists.
To Start: Muhammara Dip and Veggies
Welcome your guests with this smoky-sweet, fiery-red roasted red pepper dip. Serve with colorful, crunchy veggies like sliced watermelon radishes, rainbow carrots and cucumber.
Tender, Succulent Roasted Brisket
Wow your table with luscious, slow-cooked brisket. To ensure the most tender cut, make sure to slice the brisket against the grain. Pro tip: Try our Animal Welfare Certified brisket from the Meat department — no antibiotics, ever, and no added hormones.
Get the recipe: Roasted Brisket with Parsley, Mint and Thyme
Side with a Twist: Veggie-Packed Kugel
This traditional baked casserole dish can be rich and creamy or sweet and custard-like. Our savory version combines egg noodles with mushrooms and kale for a satisfying side dish that everyone will love.
Crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Brussels sprouts are a mainstay at any holiday table, and they pair perfectly with a hearty brisket. Roast until golden brown and crispy, and top with shaved Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, toasted pecans or dried cranberries.
Make Ahead Side: Slow Cooker Tzimmes
This traditional sweet-and-savory Passover dish featuring dried fruit, sweet potatoes and carrots packs in butternut squash for even more veggie power. Bonus: It comes together in a breeze and can be made ahead, thanks to your slow cooker.
When you’re ready to stock up, visit your nearest Whole Foods Market store opens in a new tab for a wide selection of fresh produce (including organic, local and Sourced for Good options), Animal Welfare Certified meats and more.
Passover Meals & Dishes to Order Ahead
No time to make Matzo Ball Soup from scratch? Put full-bodied flavor on your Passover table with our complete meals and à la carte entrees, side dishes, soups, desserts and more.
Roasted Chicken Meal for 4
Elevate your Seder dinner with a feast you can’t pass up: Lemon-Herb Roasted Chicken, deliciously paired with side dishes like Asparagus with Citrus and Herbs, Traditional Tzimmes, Potato Kugel and more.
Asparagus with Citrus and Herbs
Sliced orange, parsley, mint, tarragon and a preserved lemon vinaigrette top steamed asparagus for a vibrant side dish that would pair well with brisket, salmon or roasted chicken.
Classic Matzo Ball Soup
Our warm, comforting Matzo Ball Soup packs all the flavors you love, but without the hassle or cleanup afterwards. Just heat, serve and enjoy.
Apple Walnut Charoset
This sweet, nutty condiment is an essential part of any Seder table. Spoon this aromatic blend of apples, walnuts, red wine and cinnamon right onto your matzo.
Check out our complete Passover menu opens in a new tab for more reserve-ahead meals, entrées, side dishes and more to round out your feast.