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Made from odds and ends in the fridge and pantry. It is sort of a cross between veggie chili and black bean soup. Because I used chx stock, it is NOT categorized as vegetarian, but that can easily be fixed.
Similiar to other turkey cutlet recipes, but dredged in whole wheat flour.
I use Smart Balance Butter Blend with lowers the fat a notch. At 300 calories per (generous) serving, for a dessert treat it is not too bad.
We make these with a truffle scoop which holds about a tablespoon of the meatball mixture. The miniature size was a big hit with the kids!
I do use a touch of whole milk to add a bit of smoothnss, but it still comes in at under 100 calories per serving.
This came about when I had a lot off leftovers in the fridge, and I had not eaten very well the previous day so I was trying to redeem myself by eating a huge portion of vegetables.
I like to make my own dressing- it tastes better and has no preservatives and I can control the salt.
This is the recipe formula from the box- it made enought for me and my 2 boys. My husband does not do dairy so he makes something else on pancake day!