This is a recipe that I modified when my husband was diagnosed with diabetes. In the past I added potatoes, which cooked apart and thickened the stew. But since white potatoes were out of our diet, I needed something to thicken it. I read that oatmeal is great for thickening soup, so I gave it a try...it worked like a charm! Makes 4 generous servings at 4 WW points per serving.
This is my version of a similar recipe...I made so many changes I finally decided I needed to write it out so I could remember what to do! I ran it through the Weight Watchers Recipe Builder and it came to 7 points per serving. I like to season and tenderize the chicken before cooking...I season the chicken breast with a little salt and chili powder. Then I put the chicken between 2 pieces of wax paper, and pound it with the dull edge of my butcher knife.
This is a great recipe I found in the San Antonio Express News. So far we've tried it with turkey and fish, and it was great! I also think it would go nicely with beef or pork. Very simple and quick to make. I'm thinking about adding a little orange zest next time.
Cooking time is actually refrigeration time.
This is a "lightened-up" version of a favorite, which I loved but wasn't exactly weight watcher friendly! I modified the recipe and served it for Christmas dinner... everyone loved it. I used the recipe builder at the WW site and it comes to 5 points/serving. You can save another point per serving if you use light butter in the praline topping, but it doesn't get nice and crunchy.
I modified a family favorite that had WAY too much fat and calories. I lightened it up to make it WW friendly and we were amazed at how much we loved it! It's 5 points per serving.
Edit: I ran this recipe through the recipe builder at the WW site, which said it was 3 points per serving.
This is a recipe I came up with by taking bits and pieces from other recipes. Everyone LOVES this potato salad - even people who don't like potato salad! The cook time includes chilling the potatoes overnight.
This is a great recipe I found in the San Antonio Express-News. It would be easy to vary it with different vegetables. I like to add fresh spinach just before it's done cooking (just long enough to wilt the spinach). I also season the chicken with Italian seasoning in addition to salt before cooking. We serve it with pasta and love it!
Approximately 4 Weight Watchers points per serving.
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