Cook in a pan 99% Lean ground turkey seasoned with fennel seed, Italian seasoning, thyme, garlic powder, pepper, and finely chopped onion. Cook through and add tomato sauce mixed with some salsa. Set aside on warm until the corn tortillas are cooked. Top with lettuce and some low fat shredded cheese.
The tongue has no bones but is strong enough to break a heart, be careful with your words.
I love buffalo chicken calzones & wraps! With lots of blue cheese dressing! I never though I would enjoy it without at least 1/3 cup to dip the chicken in. Here's my latest makeover that I ate tonight:
Medium wheat wrap spread 1 tbsp of low fat blue cheese dressing, 2 oz of boars head buffalo style roasted chicken breast (deli style, sliced thin), lettuce & cucumber. Wrap it up & enjoy! 6 points! *another tip, the buffalo chicken was it quite spicy enough so I dipped it in a little Franks Red Hot sauce. It added more flavor & gave me my "dip fix". Lol!
Caesar salad!! I found a great recipe for a light version - uses greek yogurt, a tiny bit of EVOO, anchovies, dijon, garlic, and lemon juice. Only 2P+ for 3 tablespoons!! Now I can have a huge chicken caesar salad for only about 4P+
"If you eat what you've always eaten, you will weigh what you've always weighed."
Pounds lost: 12.4
Fitness Minutes: (253,062) Posts: 12,944 2/24/12 7:14 P
Old pizza style of the past: I make my own pizza most often.
Italian sausage, pepperoni, plenty of mozzarella cheese, 1 1/2 pounds), sometimes bacon also and usually on a double crust on 9 x 14 pan.
Now: one dough, lightly brushed with olive oil and garlic, cooked shrimp or chicken, 4 oz. cheese blend (stronger taste, less cheese used) tomatoes, green onions, mushrooms and then slight amount of mozzarella to top it off. I do weigh and measure everything. It usually comes to 3 - 4 points/piece.
I have my husband trained to weigh and measure my food items. He is a gem and helps me along the journey.
SW: 207 CW: 167 (-40.0) GW: 145
Law of Physics: A body at rest tends to stay at rest and a body in motion tends to stay in motion.
Slow and steady wins the race.
I can buy a lot of products to lose weight but it takes ME to make it happen.
current weight: 167.2
Fitness Minutes: (165,469) Posts: 20,613 2/24/12 1:54 P
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