Nutritional & Behavioral Care
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Coat a large skillet with fat-free cooking spray. Cook the zucchini, onions, herbs and spices over medium heat for 10 minutes.

 

Coat a 10-inch glass pie pan with fat-free cooking spray.


Beat the eggs with dry milk.


Combine with the cooked vegetables and bake in the oven for 15 minutes at 375°.


Serves 4.

1 serving = 1 ½ protein, 1 vegetable and 1 additional

 

Each Serving Contains:

Calories                              40.5                      Cholesterol         103.25 mg

Protein                                3 g                         Fiber                     250 mg

Carbohydrates                  2.5 g                     Sodium                 31.25

Fat                                       2g


If you have issues with overeating and would like one-on-one help with a nutrition specialist, please feel free to call or stop in to make an appointment. We offer health assessments, nutritional and behavioral counseling, as well as psychotherapy.


We’re here to help. Call us at 203-529-0594 or stop in at 158 Danbury Road, Ridgefield, CT.

Bring a Low-Calorie dish to your next Holiday Get-Together

December 15, 2014 


If you’ve been on a journey to maintaining your health, you don’t want to blow it now by succumbing to the pitfalls of holiday treats! One of our tips here at Nutritional and Behavioral Care is to bring a low-calorie dish to your next holiday get-together. See our blog on Holiday Eating.


Here’s a recipe for a fabulous, yet healthy, zucchini quiche your family and friends will be glad you brought to the party.

158 Danbury Rd.

Ridgefield, CT 06877

Zucchini Quiche

4 cups of unpeeled and thinly slicedzucchini

½ cup of chopped onions

¼ teaspoon of parsley

¼ teaspoon of oregano

¼ teaspoon of pepper

¼ teaspoon of butter salted

6 well-beaten eggs

1 teaspoon of fresh lemon juice

1/8 cup of nonfat dry milk

Fat-free cooking spray

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