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My aunt Gwen was a great cook and she kept go-to, quick recipes that were always as good as her spent-all-day-making recipes. This was one of my favorites from her go-to, quick list.Submitted by LADYPHOENIX61
This is my first recipe and all the ingredients added are for one serving even though I make one pack of chicken at a time which would be 4 servings. I just added the ingredients for one serving. It's seriously our favorite recipe at home and I have to make it once a week atleast. I hope you enjoy!!!Submitted by MAMA_MARTIN11
This is a simple recipe that tastes amazing, it is also better than any traditional chicken Parmesan I had tried. When you consider it's lower in fat, takes about 10 minutes to put together, it's no wonder why this is my new favorite recipe. Submitted by MDKIMIST
This recipe came from a card that was handed out with my weekly Weight Watchers materials. It's comfort food for 6 points per serving. Note: substitute turkey for chicken if desired.Submitted by MZMARGO
This is a double recipe. If you are eating alone, you can wrap the other half in foil and stick in in the fridge. To reheat, you just pop it in the oven! I use leftovers to make these in a snap!Submitted by PIXIELOVE.78
This is a makeover of Cracker Barrel's Chicken & Dumplings. My aunt had created the original recipe which called for 1.75 lb chicken and whole milk. It was always one of my families favorite dinners that I made once in a while on special Sundays. Recently, I decided to try a healthier version of it with lower calories, cholesterol & sodium to see if it would pass the "family test". It did! They couldn't tell the difference. The healthy version of this recipe went down 76 calories, 31mg cholosterol & 1104 mg of sodium per serving.
On a side note, I know some people who use prepackaged biscuit dough to make their dumplings to make it easier but I don't like the taste of the perservatives because it makes the whole recipe taste like it came out of can. There is nothing like homemade!
Submitted by INDIANAGAL1