A friend gave me a copy of this recipe. I just tried it for the first time tonight. I baked it for 45 minutes and forgot to check on the progress in the oven.....half of the cheese burned! So take the baking time with a grain of salt. I would closely watch, or cover it loosely with foil partially through the baking time. We thought this was a wonderful way to have a cheesy saucy pasta dish but still be able to watch our weight! I haven't tweaked this yet or verified the points calculation - but who can resist sharing another WW recipe! 6 WW points per serving.
This recipe comes from Holly Clegg's Trim and Terrific Freezer Friendly Meals. This actually turned out to be a much lighter version of a family favorite that used a whole stick of butter! Comfort type food that can be made ahead for a quick meal! You can use leftover chicken or purchase a rotisserie chicken from your local deli. The original recipe called for 1/2 cup roasted red peppers which we omitted for family preference. Mushrooms would be a nice addition!
My mother is on Weight Watchers and when her Birthday rolled around I wanted to find a recipe for a cake she could enjoy without feeling guilty. Found this recipe on JournalToSuccess.Com. Turned out moist and delicious much to my surprise. 12 servings equals 2 points each. Big Servings!
Traditionally made with toasted sesame paste, this dish is also great prepared with reduced fat peanut butter. For best results, serve at room temperature soon after tossing the sauce with the noodles. 4 POINTS per serving (1/3 cup)
This came from a magazine ad for canned Dole pineapple. I would estimate more than 8 servings, but if the taste appeals -- the 8 may keep eating ! It takes a little forethought -prep time does not include cooking rice (white or brown) and chicken. Makes a nice luncheon salad with warm rolls and a bottle of Chardonnay.