Follow this plan for the duration of the holidays. No alcoholic beverages, except those included below, no dairy products, and no deviations from this plan. Liquids include water, tea, and coffee only. Meats include lean beef, fish, and poultry, in 5 oz. Portions for lunch and dinner. Return to your nutritional plan as soon as the holidays are over.

Good luck, eat well, and Happy Passover to you!

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Daily Menu

Breakfast:
½ grapefruit
2 eggs (boiled or poached)
Tea or black coffee

Lunch:
5 oz. meat, fish, or fowl
Mixed green salad with low-calorie dressing
(Kosher for Passover)
Tea, coffee, or non-caffeinated diet sodas

Dinner:
“Traditional Seder Dinner” includes:
One small piece of gefilte fish (unsweetened)
(No jelly on gefilte fish)
Mixed green salad
5 oz. meat, fish, or fowl
½ cup cooked vegetables
Tea or coffee.

Traditional Foods

Wine:
White Passover wine only. Dilute with ice chips and use 1 oz of wine for each traditional glass (total of 4 oz).

Matzoh:
Use one board for the day

Egg:
When dipping egg in salt water, use Morton’s Lite Salt only

Horseradish:
White only (recipe)

Haroses:
1 tsp only (recipe)

After Dinner Sweets or During Seder:
Baked Apple or Strawberry Fluff (recipe)

Passover Recipes*

Baked Apple
Core 6 apples. Pour ½ c of diet soda or Kool-Aid over top and bake at 350 degrees until soft (approx ½ hour).
Strawberry Fluff
Beat 2 egg whites until stiff. Add 12 strawberries, beat until volume doubles, add sweetener to taste. Freeze.
Haroses
Grind one apple and 6 walnut meats. Add ½ oz dry wed wine, ¼ tsp cinnamon, ⅛ tsp ginger.
Horseradish
Grind 1 piece horseradish (root), mix with sweetener to taste and Morton’s Lite Salt to taste.

* These recipes are only intended for use with the special QWLC Passover menu.