A delicious 'unfried' chicken recipe,that is so simple,and tastes so good that you won't believe that it's only 6 Ww points per serving.Also good for those watching their cholesterol levels!
I usually use boneless chicken breasts,cut into fingers,to speed the cooking time up a bit,and make it more child friendly.
The office I work at is doing our version of the biggest looser. In an effort to still serve soup, and everyone being able to enjoy it, I came up with this simple and easy recipe. It must have been good because 5 minutes after putting out the soup I went to get some for myself ...but it was all gone!
This is a very easy and tasty chicken dish, thanks to the wonderful creamy mustard sauce. To make the dish richer,use margarine or butter instead of the cooking spray. You can also use whipping cream instead of the fat-free half and half. You can use any type of mushroom, depending on your preference. I like baby bellas.
I lightened up a recipe to make it even more Weight Watchers friendly so that I would feel even less guilty! If you cut this pie into 16 slivers, each sliver is only 1 point! Everybody can afford 1 point! :-)
Received this from a meeting. Very tasty! They point value we were told from our meeting leader was 4/serving. Some of the reviews people have recalculated it saying 8. To be safe, I would refigure it so your comfortable knowing the points.
My mother used to make mac n' cheese with mozzarella, ricotta cheese and tomatoes -- although her's was a lot higher in the calorie/fat count than this delicious version, everyone gobbled this one up! At first the green spinach seemed a bit strange and unfamiliar in mac n' cheese, but my family got past that in a hurry as they filled their plates up with more of this mac n' cheese. Although the original recipe called for capellini, but I used rotini, which looks more like the traditional mac n' cheese that we know and love. Recipe source: WW Magazine (March 2008) If you are following the WW flex plan this is 6 points/serving. Sometimes it's hard to find fat-free cheese, you can also use part-skim or skim cheese and add a point or so if following the WW flex plan. I used part skim mozzarella and part skim ricotta and I counted it as 8 points.