@EricElkins @sophia @bjnovak @Flurn @josh @evan @toriavey @zkamenetz @samantharonson @daniellenuss @LevNovak @rebeccalou and everyone familiar with your grocery store's Passover display please chime in.
  1. Manischewitz toasted coconut marshmallows
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    My Aunt Thelma went crazy for these. I always thought they tasted slightly like fish, and eventually learned that this is because they are made with kosher fish-based gelatin.
  2. Raspberry ring gels
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    @evan's favorite.
  3. Manischewitz macaroons
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    See @EricElkins' list for a variety of real and made-up flavors.
  4. Mouth.com is on it (though probably mostly not with a heksher, if that matters to you)//www.mouth.com/collections/passover
    Suggested by @josh
  5. Just picked up a box of these bad boys
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    Suggested by @michaelpcohen
  6. Anatevka Vodka. It's Potato-based, and yes, kosher for Passover. It was a Pesach staple during the college years. I can find no evidence suggesting it's still around. 😿
    Suggested by @Flurn
  7. Russ & Daughters toffee chocolate matzah
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    Not a grocery store item, but you can order it over the phone if you don't live in New York! So, so good and a big hostess gift hit.
    Suggested by @julia
  8. Ben & Jerry's Kosher for Passover Charoset Ice Cream
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    @gabimoskowitz Can you believe it?!
    Suggested by @Flurn