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Oatmeal Vegetable Pie Recipe is a great lunch or dinner option for diabetics because it contains high-fiber ingredients that help control blood sugar, such as oatmeal, whole-wheat flour, and vegetables.
In addition to controlling blood glucose, this pie also helps the intestines to function and balances blood cholesterol levels, preventing cardiovascular problems.
So, see below the recipe and how much to consume.
- 4 tablespoons of olive oil;
- 1 cup of cubed zucchini tea. Discover the benefits of this vegetable in 3 Amazing Benefits of Zucchini;
- 1 cup of diced eggplant tea;
- 1 cup of diced yellow pepper tea;
- 1 cup of chopped tomato tea;
- ½ tablespoon minced garlic;
- 1 cup of minced cheese tea;
- 1 cup of grated Parmesan cheese;
- 3 cups of milk tea;
- 4 eggs;
- 1 cup oat flour;
- 4 tablespoons of all-purpose flour;
- Margarine and wheat flour for greasing;
- S alt, parsley, oregano and pepper to taste;
Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil over medium heat and brown the zucchini. Remove and place on a plate, repeating the operation with the eggplant, pepper and tomato. Bring all the vegetables to the fire again, add the garlic and fry for 3 minutes. Wait to cool and mix with the cheeses, seasoning with s alt, pepper, oregano and parsley.
In a blender, beat the milk with the eggs and a pinch of s alt. Add the flours and beat until smooth. Mix the dough with the vegetables, pour in a greased shape and take it to the medium oven, preheated, for 50 minutes. This recipe makes 8 servings.
The following table provides the nutritional information for 1 serving of oatmeal pie with vegetables:
|Energy:||332, 75 kcal|
|Carbohydrates:||26, 17 g|
|Proteins:||16, 05 g|
|Fat:||18, 65 g|
|Fibers:||4, 11 g|
It is recommended to consume only 1 portion of the pie per meal for women, and up to 2 portions for adult men, with adequate weight.
For snacks, see also:
- Diet cake recipe for diabetes
- Oatmeal porridge recipe for diabetes