Chremslach (singular chremsl or khremzl, Yiddish: כרעמזל, plural כרעמזלעך[needs Yiddish IPA]), also khremzlekh or kremslach, is a Jewish food eaten on Passover. Chremslach are small thick pancakes or fritters made of potato or matzah meal. Chremslach can also be more dessert-like, including ingredients like dried fruit and nuts.
Similar dishes, or even the same, have different names. Balkan Jews call their version bimuelos.