This product image released by Martha Stewart Living shows a recipe for chocolate covered matzo, topped with nuts and dried fruit. (AP Photo/Martha Stewart Living)
This product image released by Martha Stewart Living shows a recipe for smores, made with matzo. (AP Photo/Martha Stewart Living)
This image released by Naga Bakehouse shows homemade handmade matzo. Matzo is used for Passover, the eight-day festival of spring and of slavery remembrance that calls for Jews to stay away from leavened grain. (AP Photo/Naga Bakehouse)
This product image released by Foodman LLC shows a display of Matzolah Maple Nut Matzo Breakfast and Nosh. (AP Photo/Foodman LLC)
In recent years, matzo has undergone a makeover as the people who churn it out and the people who eat it have come up with new recipes and flavors for the large cracker with a big place at the Seder table — but a bad rep in the taste department.