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chipmunk2127chipmunk2127 Posts: 3Member Posts: 3Member
I need some rec ipes that my kids will eat and that are low cal, my kids arent real picky, most of the time, but i dont want to make two different meals! Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Monica

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  • chipmunk2127chipmunk2127 Posts: 3Member Posts: 3Member
    I need some rec ipes that my kids will eat and that are low cal, my kids arent real picky, most of the time, but i dont want to make two different meals! Any suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Monica
  • expressbugexpressbug Posts: 100Member Posts: 100Member
    My son loves

    Chicken Noodle Soup
    Nachos with Refried Beans and Chicken Breast


    Hope this helps, Have a great day.
  • ChellekkChellekk Posts: 421Member Member Posts: 421Member Member
    Whole wheat noodles...with alfredo sauce and veggies...cover veggies with sauce if you need to hide them... :wink:

    In the sauce pack isle they have powdered alfreado. I make it with skim or 1% milk and no butter...makes the noodles ooowee goowee and healthy. :smile:
  • ChellekkChellekk Posts: 421Member Member Posts: 421Member Member
    Whole wheat brown rice with chicken, veggies and low fat cream of celery or chicken. One pot meal...used to be my mom's go-to meal when I was little. it was yummy and you can make it more healthy ...now that they have low fat soups.
  • MrsSorensonMrsSorenson Posts: 450Member Member Posts: 450Member Member
    Didn't know they have powdered Alfredo, I'll try that! Thanks! :happy:
  • chipmunk2127chipmunk2127 Posts: 3Member Posts: 3Member
    the alfredo sounds good, my daughter loves alftredo!
  • ChellekkChellekk Posts: 421Member Member Posts: 421Member Member
    Brand: KNORR. (green packet) They also have a garlic herb packet. It's good and has more flavor then the alfredo.

    Both are good though.

    A few weeks ago I cut chicken breasts into long strips, coated with Progresso Panko Bread Crumbs and baked. No egg needed either...it stuck to the chicken on it's own. They get super cripsy and then I dipped them in whatever sauces I wanted. That's kid friendly and tasty. :smile:
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