The definitive ranking of Ben & Jerry's Kosher for Passover flavors

What's your ultimate Kosher for Passover vice?

April 16, 2017 14:07

Ben&Jerry's finds its way to the Seder plate this Passover. (photo credit: FACEBOOK)


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As we near the final days of Passover for the year, we have to commend those who have stuck to the tradition of the strict dietary restrictions that define 'Kosher for Passover'. By no means an easy feat, one company has made it a bit more delicious to make it to the final Seder with tradition in tact.

Ben & Jerry's has 8 delicious Kosher for Passover flavors, including the newest 'Charoset' flavor, and they each feature a range of sweet, salty, and savory elements. So, what's your favorite?

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Rank and re-rank the flavors below to see how your pallet aligns with the rest of our readers!

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