Passover is here again. Wow time really does fly! Most people who celebrate Passover aren't very fond of the holiday, I am the complete opposite. Here's a list of things I like to eat on Passover: matzah pizza, love chocolate chip macaroons, my grandma's charoset (which I hated when I was little, go figure), and finally these brownies aren't bad either! On the flip side, I hate gefilte fish and am really am not fond of my grandma's matzah cake, but I remember loving it when I was little.
Today I am sharing with you the healthy version of another Passover favorite of mine...Matzoh Brei. I eat it sweet with splenda and maple syrup, usually for breakfast. No salt. No pepper. However, I don't mind having prepared in a savory way either! This recipe has a points+ value of 7. Add 1/4 cup sugar-free syrup and it's a points+ value of 8.
2 boards of Matzah
2 egg whites (large or jumbo are good, otherwise add another egg white)
2-3 packets Splenda (optional)
1 tsp vanilla bean paste or vanilla extract (optional)
1/4 tsp cinnamon (optional)
Non-stick cooking spray
Wet the matzahs by placing under running water until soft, but not too soggy. Break both pieces of matzah into small pieces using a fork in a small ball. Add egg whites, splenda, vanilla, and cinnamon. Mix to combine. Spray a large non-stick pan with cooking spray and place on medium heat. Pour matzah batter into the pan and cook about 7-10 minutes. Enjoy with syrup or powdered sugar!
*If you want your brei like a pancake(see below), shape batter into a circle, or use pan as its shape, cook on one side for about 5 minutes and then flip over to cook on the other side for another 5 minutes until golden brown and cooked through. I would slide the "pancake" onto a clean plate and do a plate flip so that you don't have matzah brei all over your stovetop!
*If you like your brei scrambled, pour batter into pan, and use spatula to stir batter around to make a scramble, about 7 minutes.