Wheat-free * Dairy-free * Gluten-free * Vegetarian * Parve * Paleo ~~
There are two distinctly different schools of thought on matzoh brie. The first, which I think is the more common of the two, is scrambled eggs with softened (with water) torn matzoh stirred in. Sometimes there are also vegetables and savory stuff included.
I come from the second school of matzoh brie. Pancakes. I actually never knew that the first school existed until I was already well into adulthood and ordered matzoh brie at a restaurant. Image how disappointed I was to be served a plate of scrambled eggs! I confess I might have been rude to the waitress about not bringing me the right order but the manager came to disabuse me of MY mistake.
Through all these years I have stuck to my version of matzoh brie and whenever I invite friends over during Passover, this is what I serve. In all modesty, this is the best matzoh brie anyone has ever tasted (even this Paleo one).
The toppings are also personal preferences (read that as: whatever your mother served it to you with). My mom served it with cinnamon-sugar. In this I have deviated as I really like it with maple syrup or sometimes apricot preserves. No matter what you eat it with…these are a real treat. Enjoy!