Passover may be all about doing without, but convincing lil ones to forgo their favorite standby meals won't fly in most households. After Monday's first seder, removing leavened bread from a tot's diet doesn't have to be a recipe for disaster. We've rounded up some kid-friendly recipes that remove the holiday's forbidden ingredients but will still bring kids to the table at mealtime.
Going without pizza for a full week can be torture for some tots (and their parents). While you can simply add sauce and cheese to a sheet of matzo, this recipe  makes it a bit more appealing to those with more sophisticated pizza palates.
Cottage Cheese Pancakes
Forget a boring piece of matzo covered with jam. Combine some cottage cheese, matzo meal, and eggs, and you have some sweet pancakes  that are the perfect way to start the day.
Chicken fingers might be on the "no-no list," but with some creativity, you can create the same concept with matzo. Martha Stewart 's matzo-crusted chicken cutlets  can be cut into strips prior to cooking for a traditional kiddie meal.
Apple Cinnamon Matzo Brei
Add some apple, cinnamon, and walnuts to this traditional Passover favorite , and you have a sweet breakfast dish that you'll want to make year-round.
Matzo Huevos Rancheros
Breakfast for dinner one night can take on a Mexican twist with this tasty (and different!) matzo huevos rancheros  recipe. If your family doesn't eat beans during Passover, then just leave them out!
Sure, you can grab a box of matzo, spread some butter on it, and call it a snack, but the kids will love making their own! This easy-to-follow homemade matzo recipe  is a great way to show them that the dough doesn't rise.
Sweet-Potato Gnocchi Recipe
Going without pasta is one of the hardest parts of the holiday for tots. This sweet-potato gnocchi recipe  allows them to indulge in a bit of Italian cooking while maintaining a flour-free meal.
Whether eaten as a snack or breakfast, homemade matzo granola  is an easy way to bypass traditional cereals. Best of all, it can be adapted to suit your family's tastes.
Sweet and Sour Meatballs
Do your kids love meatballs? Then they'll love these Sweet and Sour Meatballs  from The Shiksa. She replaces the chili sauce with a homemade version that makes it kosher for Passover as well as replacing breadcrumbs with matzo meal. The results are sure to be a a winner with tots and grown-ups alike.
Brisket Matzo Tacos
You don't have to sacrifice your weekly taco night for Passover. This Brisket Matzo Tacos Recipe  uses Chipotle-braised brisket, horseradish crema, tomatillo salsa, guacamole, and red onion to re-create the taste of a beef taco, and substitutes matzo for masa in the tortillas.
Passover Noodle Kugel
A staple at most Jewish holiday meals, the noodle kugel isn't usually associated with Passover due to the pasta used in the recipe. This Passover Noodle Kugel  uses Kosher for passover noodles, cottage cheese, and ground-up coconut macaroons to re-create the taste.