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“Breaded” Zucchini

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I am always sharing with people that the key to eating more vegetables is to find fun and delicious ways to prepare them. I mentioned this super-simple recipe to a friend the other day and wanted to share it with you. It’s a great side to add that can replace pasta or bread. Children like it and it can be dipped in a sauce of some kind (I love it in my homemade ranch).

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What you need:
Zucchini (smaller zucchinis has more nutrients so pick small when you shop)
Almond Meal
Parmesan cheese or dairy free alternative (optional)
Garlic Powder
Salt
Basil
Oregano
Eggs (or oil if you are egg-free)

 

What you do:
Cut the zucchini into wedges (we like them smaller)
Put two eggs, beaten, in a shallow bowl
Put  almond meal, Parmesan, and species in another shallow bowl
(should be 70% almond meal, 20% cheese and 10% spices–ish)
Zip zucchini in egg till covered then in mix till covered
Place on buttered or oiled cooking sheet
Bake for 30-35 min at 350.

Yum!

 Of course I forgot to take a finished product picture but I will add it next time!

 

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