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This seems like a great recipe, but I'm not sure I would label it "Weight Watchers Friendly". According to the nutritional information provided, this would be 12.6 "regular" points (not PointsPlus). And 21.4 g of fat per serving (33% of your daily value!) is pretty high. I'm sure this would be great if you weren't trying to watch your waistline!
I went into this recipe knowing I was going to have a lot and I'm happy about that as I can freeze half and use the other for dinner. Very simple to prepare. Only change I made was to sub in ricotta cheese in place of the cottage cheese as a personal preference. Loved the lightness of this dish compared to a lasagna for a nice change of pace. Made for Help a Naked Recipe in the Photo Forum.
Great recipe. Really a lot of food for the points and reheats very well. Almost better the second day. Will be making on a regular basis. Thanks for sharing!
It was so good I felt like I was cheating on my WW. It made a bunch and was great leftover as well. Thanks for sharing!!
I made this on Mon and still have a lot left. The kids dont like it but the wife and I LOVE it. Next time thought I will reduce it down to 4 servings. A single serv is quite a lot to go with a salad. It reheats very well indeed.
Tried this and it was good, however I did the calculations with the nutrition facts shown and it comes to 14 points plus. I wouldn't say that it is weight watchers friendly!
Really good comfort food! This tastes like a cross between spaghetti and lasagna. Thanks for sharing!
This is a good casserole that you feel good about eating. The kids actually ate it (a feat!) and DH and I thought it had good flavor. It makes a ton, so we'll either freeze half for another meal later or half the recipe next time.
Excellent - tasty, healthy and easy. I'm not a big fan of spaghetti because I usually end of wearing it - next time I would like to try a different type of noodles instead.
This was not a huge hit at our house. The kids mostly ate it, but adults were not crazy about it. Sorry. It makes a lot, too.