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Passover Nutrition Facts

Passover Nutrition Facts

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Having these on hand will be very helpful in getting through the holiday and staying on track with how you eat. With this information, you can prepare ahead of time and enjoy the traditional holiday foods you make with far less stress.

Item

Amount

Carb (g)

Calories

Fat (g)

Dry Wine

1 cup

3.6

136

0

Sweet Wine

1 cup

30

290

0

Grape Juice

1 cup

32

150

0

Machine Matzah (1 board)

1/5 ounces

31.5

177

0.9

10 per lb. Thin round hand matzah one board

48 grams

38.4

200

1

8 per lb. Medium Round hand matzah one board

60 grams

45.9

228

1.16

6 per lb. thick round hand matzah one board

80 grams

64

284

1.44

Food

Amount

Carb.

Baking Powder

1 tsp.

2

1 tbsp.

6

Chocolate Chips

1 cup

105

Cocoa

1 tbsp.

2

Coconut Flakes

1 ¼ cup

15 (minus fiber)

2 tbsp.

6

Eggs

Large

1

Honey

½ cup

132

Potato Flakes

1 tbsp.

10

Potato Starch

1 tbsp.

8

½ cup

64

Sugar

1 tbsp.

15

¼ cup

48

Provided by Nechama Cohen with permission from Feldheim Publishers. The healthy Passover tips were provided courtesy of the Jewish Diabetes Association Jewish Diabetes Association.
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Lisa Providence, RI January 27, 2014

Passover Nutrition Facts Nechama Cohen wrote a cookbook called "Enlitened Kosher Cooking." I bought a copy and it was very helpful. Reply

Anonymous March 19, 2013

Flour/potato starch Use 7 ounces of potato starch for 8 ounces flour.
If you eat gebrokts, use 1/2 matza cake meal + 1/2 potato starch for a total of 7 ounces , to 1 c. Flour. This works amazingly well to convert many regular recipes to pesachdik Reply

Anonymous March 19, 2013

exhange Does anyone know the exchange for a cup of cake meal to substitute for 1 cup flour to make a passover receipe Reply

sher March 19, 2013

re passover meal aren't you supposed to not have any animal products during passover Reply

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