I can honestly say, I have NEVER met a single soul who doesn’t love Philly Cheese steak sandwiches. And with good reason – these meaty sandwiches are beyond delicious. Traditionally made with steak, and topped with green peppers, onions and melted cheese, a cheese steak can be waaaaaaay too many Weight Watchers Points to enjoy on a regular basis.
Here’s where you can find some delicious chicken recipe ideas that are easy to make and diet friendly! Over my years as a Weight Watchers member, I’ve racked up quite a few low calorie chicken recipes that are perfect for anyone who is Points-counting. And the best part is that they are tasty enough for the whole family to enjoy!
A popular Italian chicken recipe, traditional chicken Francese is a lightly breaded chicken that is cooked in a wine/lemon/butter sauce. Sound delicious? It is! In order to make it healthier and lower in Weight Watchers Points, I skipped the breading and added some capers for extra flavor.
Do you remember when there was that whole no-carb craze when everyone was serving burgers, chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, etc with lettuce instead of a bun? Well I do, and let me tell you, I was NOT a fan. Try and take away my bun from my most beloved cheeseburger, and you may seriously lose an arm. However, recently, while experimenting with some Thai chicken stir fry ideas, I was thinking how awesome it would be to eat with my hands.
Recently, I uncovered a new, and incredibly delicious product that I had NEVER heard of. Date Molasses. My Father-in-Law recently used it in one of his not so Weight Watchers friendly meals when he was here visiting, and I was floored by how delicious this stuff was!
When I created this Baked Chicken Nuggets Recipe, I had originally intended it to be for my kids. But they were SO good, I figured, hey, I like chicken nuggets too, so why not share this on LaaLoosh? Each 6 nugget serving came out to be just 3 Points +, which is a MUCH better alternative to the fast food chicken nuggets!
Lately, I’ve been really into the whole “Clean Eating” phenomenon because I really do think that eating “cleaner” foods (i.e. foods that are not processed, made with artificial ingredients, etc) is not only the way to serious weight loss, but also to much better health. I’m not perfect…and I still enjoy some junk food, some [...]