Skinny Baked Mozzarella & Zucchini Sticks

After the last couple days of rain & cold, I’m ready to get outdoors and soak in the sun.  Because I plan on being outdoors more than indoors, my lunch needs to be simple, light, quick, & low carb, since I’m limiting my carb intake again.  The perfect thing to make today would be my healthy (a.k.a. skinny) baked mozzarella & zucchini sticks.
These are great as an side dish, snack, or light lunch.  Kids and adults alike, love these at my house.  FYI-If your having this as your lunch, make sure to include something with protein.  For me, I drink a protein shake with my meal.  We all know how important protein is to our body and getting the proper amount is vital to our health & well being.
This recipe is different because I cut out the breadcrumbs and replaced it with flaxseed meal.  Have you heard of it before?  For those that haven’t it is quite a handy multi purpose ingredient that is used as a low carb alternative to bread.  Depending where you live, depends on who carries it.  But most grocery stores & a few discounts store do.  For me, our local Job Lots, MB, or Shaw’s carries it.  You can purchase an 16oz. bag for roughly $2.99, which isn’t bad since it’ll last you awhile.  Enough talking, now unto the recipe.

Skinny Baked Mozzarella & Zucchini Sticks

*2 small zucchini
*10 string cheese
*1/3c flaxseed meal
*2-3 egg whites
1-2 TBSP parm cheese
1/2 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp pepper
pinch of salt
spray oil (grease pan)

*Preheat oven to 350.
*Cut zucchini into sticks size, as thick or thin as you desire.
*In a bowl combine all dry ingredients & mix well.  Set aside.
*In a smaller bowl, place egg whites in it.
*Dip the sticks into the egg whites 1st, then dip them in the dry mixture to coat.  Continuing on till your last stick is done. Tip-If your hands are getting too messy, use a fork instead. 
*Place the sticks on a greased cookie sheet & bake for 15 mins.
*While cooling, if you’re having a shake make one.

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25 thoughts on “Skinny Baked Mozzarella & Zucchini Sticks

    • LOL, I felt the same way at 1st. It may not be your thing but you could use other seeds like Hemp seed, which I like a whole lot better. But haven’t tried it as a breading yet. That will be a recipe experiment I’ll be doing soon.

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  3. Hi Sarah, these do look delicious! I’ve been adding flax seed to my smoothies and really like how they fill you up, and how healthy they are for you! Thank you for sharing and co-hosting #OhMyHeartsieGirlsWW! Pinned!

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    • Thanks. smoothies is always a delicious way to add in your flaxseed.
      I’ve been trying to add flaxseed meal to weird things, see where I can add in some extra nutrients. So far, my favorite has been using it to make pizza stuffed portobello mushrooms. Thanks for co-hosting WW with me. I look forwards getting to know each and every one of you wonderful ladies 🙂


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  7. I had not thought of using flaxmeal as a replacement for bread crumbs, I will keep my eye open for the,. Your zucchini and mozzarella sticks sound great!!

    Thanks for Co-Hosting with us again this month, a pleasure to have you join us!
    Hope you have a great week!


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