It’s just a few days until Passover, and this awesomely clever craft idea offers one fun way to get the kids excited for the holiday. Besides promising them matzoh sandwiches in their lunch for a week.

We love this DIY Passover Matzoh House found at Epicurious. An inventive take on the non-denominational and universally beloved gingerbread house, it’s not all that hard to make. And, it’s as Kosher for Passover as you want to be.

You pretty much just need five sheets of matzoh (I’d say more because we tend to break ours in the process), peanut butter if that’s cool by your family, and those Kosher for Passover candies that kids have grown to love. Zelda’s Sweet Shop remains a great resource for ordering online, or check your local shops; they’re pretty widely available now.

All the directions for making the Passover Matozh houses are on the website, and it doesn’t seem all that unmanageable. And hey, if your house falls down like ours probably will? Well, it probably tastes just as delicious in pieces as it does all assembled.

Learn how to make a DIY Edible Passover Matzoh House at Epicurious. Find Kosher for Passover candy online at Zelda’s Sweet Shoppe or even Amazon.