Start your seder day preparations with a cup of coffee in this fun matzo mug.
Use this dainty dipping dish for salt water, horseradish or your favorite matzo dip.
For the Passover host with a sense of humor, here's a matzo yarmulke. There's also a matching tie!
These napkin holders are made from strips of paper. If you want to make your own, you can find matzo scrapbook paper on Amazon.
I'm loving these sleek little matzo covers for hiding the afikoman, the hidden piece of matzo that all the kids at the seder try to find.
These tiny matzo squares are actually fabric coasters, or "mug rugs."
Surprise the child who finds the matzo with this 20-inch inflatable matzo ball.
Here are some miniature play matzos so that Barbie can get in on the seder fun too.
Dress up baby in this matzo bib — just make sure he doesn't try to eat it!
The matzo meets the digital age with this iPhone cover.
Make sure there's plenty of matzo on your seder table, and display it in this fun holder.
In addition to matzo playing cards, this company also makes a great 10 plagues puppet kit. I got one as a hostess gift last year. Who knew frogs, boils and locusts could be such fun?
Put a matzo napkin in your lap to catch all those crumbs.