I was inspired by another caesar wrap recipe on RecipeZaar to try making my own version. 8 Weight Watchers Points per wrap, I calculated in the parmesan cheese and salad dressing based on what the bottles I have say.
This soup was a lunch time staple for me while I was on Weight Watchers. I am a little picky with my veggies but this is the version I make for myself. Feel free to add any of your favorite free veggies.
I have been with Weight Watchers since February 2008 and have looked for good low fat soups. I got so tired of the cabbage soup and needed some flavor and spice. So since Mexican food is my favorite ethnic food, and tacos are the best, I decided to put together a really good taco soup. So here it is and I believe it is only 1 point per cup of soup.
If you like crispy, battered zucchini, this is the lowfat alternative for you!! I could not believe it, but they came out crispy!! The egg whites are the secret. The recipe below is straight off the WW website. The flour definitely needs MORE seasoning though - garlic? Cayenne? Salt after they're out of the oven? I will be perfecting this for our family's tastes, but these zukes are going into our regular rotation!! Like I said, if you are looking for a lowfat batter alternative that's is NOT like the "corn flake baked" variety....this is for you!
I got this recipe from a hungry girl mailing.She said "Woohoo -- it's yet another fake-fried swap from your pal HG. Skeptics surrender; buy a box of Fiber One and blend it up, already! Then fool the family, dupe your date, and more importantly, trick your OWN taste buds!" check her out at: www.hungry-girl.com
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!