per serving (1 piece): 150 calories, 19g carbohydrate, 3g fiber, 11g protein, 4g fat, 150 mg sodium
per serving (1 piece): 19g carbohydrate, 3g fiber
After fasting all day for Yom Kippur, there is nothing as heavenly as noodle kugel. Noodle kugel has always been one of my favorite Jewish holiday foods and a staple dish during the High Holidays when I was growing up. It’s decedent and delicious, but after knowing what’s in it (and how much of it I want to eat), is it worth the splurge after my successful fast? The mental dilemma was always a struggle, that is, until I came up with a healthier, lighter version. My recipe shaves off more than 100 calories, 7g of fat and 12g of net carbohydrates, which can make a huge difference at the end of the day. I have been making this for years, and it’s always a big hit with F-Factor dieters and non-dieters alike.