This post may contain affiliate links (disclosure).
Charoset is one of the foods on Jewish Passover Seder plate. Charoset is a symbol of the mortar that Jewish slaves used to build the pyramids in Egypt. Traditional version of the Charoset contains lots of nuts, which is a problem for those who are allergic to nuts. This version of the Charoset is completely nut-free.
Ingredients For Nut-Free Charoset Recipe:
2 apples, peeled and sliced
1/3 cup raisins or dried cranberries
2 tbsp grape juice
1/2 tsp cinnamon
Directions How To Make Nut-Free Charoset:
Put the raisins in the food processor and processed until very finely chopped. Add apples, cinnamon and grape juice. Pulse a few times until apples are finely chopped. Do not overprocess – apples should be chopped, not liquid.
Charoset tastes great on top of matzo!