If you are looking for a simple Matzah recipe – this is it! Matzah Nachos with Guacamole is super easy to make! The Breville toaster oven makes my job even easier or you can use an oven.

Matzah Nachos Served

Since we do not like spicy version, I have combined Italian (homegrown: basil, oregano, chives), Spanish and Jewish flavors into one BIG CELEBRATION of flavors!

United we stand, divided we fall!” Enjoy, my friends!!!

This is NOT a KOSHER recipe, no offense to anyone who eats Kosher.

This is a CELEBRATION of different cultures in one UNITED recipe!!! 

Matzah Nachos closeup


Matzah Nachos served side view 
The ingredients for Matzah Nachos!

If you are Kosher, obviously skip on the bacon bits, use turkey bacon, or skip this step!

Matzah Nachos ingredients

Preheat oven to 400F degrees. Break Matzah sheets and top with shredded cheese and bacon bits.

Bake for 5 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbling.

You can do the same in the regular oven!

Matzah Nachos baking

Matzah Nachos baked in the toaster oven

Garnish with sour cream, olive slices, chives and minced basil. 

Matzah Nachos served


Matzah Nachos

Matzah Nachos with Guacamole

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Matzah Nachos, a simple Matzah recipe for any day! This is a CELEBRATION of different cultures in one UNITED recipe! Party Favorite!


  • Matzah Nachos:
  • MANISCHEWITZ Egg & Onion Matzo
  • Bacon Bits or Turkey Bacon (or skip)
  • Shredded Cheese
  • Pico de gallo:
  • 2 Medium Tomatoes
  • 1/2 tsp. Garlic Powder
  • 1/2 tsp. Oregano
  • 1/2 tsp. Chives
  • 1 Tbsp. fresh minced Basil
  • 1 tsp. Lemon juice
  • 1 Tbsp. Olive oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • Guacamole:
  • 2 ripe Avocados
  • 1 Tbsp. Lemon juice
  • 1/2 Tbsp. Garlic Powder
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • Garnish:
  • Sour cream
  • Sliced olives
  • chives
  • minced Basil


  1. Mix the ingredients for the Pico de gallo to let the tomatoes marinate while you prepare Matzah Nachos.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix sliced tomatoes, garlic powder, oregano, chives, basil, lemon juice, olive oil, and salt/pepper.
  3. Preheat oven to 400F degrees.
  4. Break Matzah sheets and top with shredded cheese and bacon bits.
  5. Bake for 5 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbling.
  6. Slice avocados and scoop out of the shell with a spoon.
  7. Add lemon juice immediately to prevent browning.
  8. Use a fork and mash to desired consistency.
  9. Add garlic powder, salt, and pepper.
  10. Garnish with sour cream, olive slices, chives, and minced basil.


This is NOT a KOSHER recipe, no offense to anyone who eats Kosher. This is a CELEBRATION of different cultures in one UNITED recipe! Enjoy!

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24 Responses to Matzah Nachos with Guacamole
  1. Love this recipe. I was looking for a way to use matzo and I found your recipe. It’s quick, delicious and really worth a try. Thank you so much.

  2. This recipe looks delicious! Easy to customize in so many ways..sorry to see some of the negativity but the joke is on some of the reviewers about the bacon..I’m not 100 percent sure but pretty sure that bacon bits are made of soy so no problems there if you are kosher!

  3. It’s quite unfortunate to read these negative comments. Recipes are open to adjustments, so is attitude. Anna, this a great idea for Passover as well as an option to use up all that left over matzoh.

  4. Looks to me people can’t read as it says this is not a kosher dish. I guess haters will always be haters love to see some of their food. Nobody has the right to criticize anyone that cooks and feeds their family healthy
    Keep up the great work Anna

    • Thank you, Beatrice! This is such a customizable recipe. It was not meant to offend anyone’s religious customs. Not all Jews eat Kosher and this recipe is completely acceptable for Passover or if you have leftover matzah.

  5. Alba, had you read it thoroughly, you would have seen that turkey bacon or omission thereof is an alternative. The writer was very specific about kashrut and pesach.

  6. First of all you can’t mix milk and meat. No regular bacon or turkey bacon. No bacon at all on anything or with anything. It is NOT KOSHER.

    • Rose, this is NOT a Kosher recipe and I tried to make it clear! It is a customizable to personal preference recipe like many others that I post. The “1 Star” rating hurt this delicious recipe and prevents it for others to Pin and save it. I think religious people who eat Kosher should follow the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. I think God cares more if we are nice to each other than the food that we have on our plate!

      • Hello!! I just found my way to your site today, and am I happy!!! I absolutely LOVED these mato nachos!! Such a creative, beautiful and not to mention, yummy dish!! A friend had a store, and when he went out of business, gave me a lot of things, including a lot of boxes of matzo. It’s all plain, but this was still great with it!! I don’t really like bacon, had some soy sprinkles, everything else the same. It was so fun and unusual. Everyone just loved it. Not your ordinary nacho. Thank you so much!! BTW, I’m an Anna too!!

        • Hi Anna! I was so happy to read your feedback! You put a big smile on my face! So glad that you like this recipe! It’s an upcycled nacho recipe that looks as good as it tastes. Great for the parties! Enjoy and look around the blog, maybe you will find something else that you like! Thank you so much!!!

    • First of all, YOU do not imoose yoyr views and believes on anyone.
      Second of all it says quite oviosly that this recipe is NOT KOSHER.
      You are either stupid or illetarate. I suspect both.

    • Dearest Rose , I am Jewish and love all Anna’s recipes, perhaps if you would have read the entire explanation and different variations of this great recipe , you would not have come to the conclusions which you did. Anna is not a kosher food blogger, nor she claims to be. I am extremely disappointed that you give someone a 1 star rating for a recipe which you completely misunderstood!

  7. Even turkey bacon isn’t kosher with cheese! No meat and dairy together!

  8. Bacon bits? In a Passover dish?? Time to review Kosher 101.


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