not really...I just use ingredients from Aldi's. When I want comfort food I want the real deal.
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current weight: 209.8
Fitness Minutes: (120,411) Posts: 5,569 3/18/13 12:09 P
I subscribe to healthy cooking by Taste of Home and they have great recipes for make over comfort food and most of the ingrediants you can get at aldi's. I only say most cause they don't carry fancy lettuce blends, but i can get those at a regular grocery store when they are on sale. And some salad dressings, like asian sesame, and some low fat cheeses. Otherwise i get everything from there. For cleaning products however i do go to the dollar stores, just stuck on them too!
current weight: 226.0
Fitness Minutes: (1,519) Posts: 3,558 11/6/09 9:24 P
I love comfort foods. I just made one this week. All ingredients from Aldi's. 1 Can of RF Cream of Chicken 1/2 C Rice (regular uncooked) 1 1/2 lbs of Chicken 1 tbls dry onion soup mix
Mix Cram of Chicken and Rice and put in the bottom of a crook pot. Add chicken to the top and take the onion soup mix and spread over the top of the chicken. Cook for about 7 hrs on low. Add some veggies and you have a great meal.
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Does anyone reinvent comfort foods and meals using items from Save-A-Lot and Aldi's to where they're healtier for you? I do because my dad is on a low fat and low sodium diet and I try to limit his sodium and fat intake.
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