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Alternative to unhealthy eating over the holidays

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By myFOXDetroit.com Staff

(WJBK)- Looking to start a healthy and leaner 2013?  Gourmet Everyday Delivery could help you get started.  It's a company which delivers portion controlled healthy meals.

Since 2005, Gourmet Everyday Delivery has helped clients in metro Detroit follow a nutritionally based lifestyle.  The company prepares meals for prescribed food plans to help prevent and even treat chronic diseases such as obesity, high blood, pressure, high cholesterol and Type II diabetes.

Gourmet Everyday Delivery offers healthy meals, prescription meals, worksite wellness outreach programs and healthy catering programs.  The food has no chemicals or preservatives, no refined flours or sugars and is whole grain.

Try this alternative to unhealthy eating over the holidays... a frittata from Gourmet Everyday Delivery

Garden Fresh Frittata

4 each        Eggs
1 ½ Cups    Egg Whites
½ Cup        Skim Milk
¼ Cup        Low-fat or Nonfat Cheese (cheddar, jack, swiss, parmesan)
(optional items)
¼ Cup        Vegetables (mushrooms, zucchini, peppers, asparagus, etc.)
¼ Cup        Breakfast Meat (turkey sausage, turkey bacon, turkey ham)    
*salt and pepper to taste*

Yield:        Makes 4 portions
    
Method:    Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Mix together eggs, milk, salt, and pepper.  Grease pans with pan spray.  Pour egg mixture into pans until they are ¾ of the way filled.  If either meat or vegetables are being added; do so now.  Top each with cheese.  Bake in the oven for 12 minutes or until the egg is set and the cheese is golden brown.  Turn pans upside down and knock the frittata's out onto a cutting board.  Cut into equal triangular pieces; serve.

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