First up: confession. I founded G-dcast, where I make Jewish animation and apps for kids. So you'd think I have this Passover thing down right? Ha. Even though I have made three Passover apps, I'm still
This is the most traditional charoset. Its signature ingredients are apples, walnuts, cinnamon, honey and sweet Manischewitz wine. We make this easy charoset with the young kids during our cocktail hour before we start our Seder. They love getting involved.
I don't keep the feasts (although I have thought about it some...I tend to fall more on the Christian liberty side of things, but I do like the symbolism of the feasts), but I did grow up with a Passover Potluck (not remotely close to a seder, but Passover is a legit holiday to me.)