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This recipe is NOT diet-friendly if you love sweets, but cutting it into small enough portions will yield you pieces big enough to eat with a fork and low enough in calories to not want to do anything drastic in the morning.
Quick and easy dinner, plus low in calories per serving. Have a salad on the side to round out your meal!
Feel free to substitute in different "cream of" soups, be they low sodium or lower in calories or fat, plus any other veggies you want to add. Use flavored or plain mashed potatoes, or any other seasonings you like. Enjoy!
From my MIL, our family's favorite way to use up that wonderful deer meat!
Oftentimes, we substitute one can of cream of mushroom soup for a can of Campbell's Golden Mushroom Soup. It gives the sauce a richer flavor and a darker color. You could also use low-sodium or lower-calorie versions to adapt to your diet.
You can use any pasta you like. We usually use egg noodles or rotini because the sauce "sticks" well to it.
Remember camping with your family and making this over the campfire? Well, we do it on the stove to avoid the bugs.
This recipe can be altered to change its nutritional value. Change the butter to margarine and use fat-free sour cream, and it's even lower in calories!
I created this soup one day because a friend of mine had given me a bunch of canned vegetables that I knew my husband wouldn't touch otherwise.
Feel free to add any other vegetables you have on hand, as well as give this a kick with your favorite seasonings or by adding a spicy pepper or two!
This is my cousin Wendy's recipe, and it's become a family favorite. Even my kids eat spinach this way!
The chicken breasts stay nice and tender, and it's easy to make! Perfect for a weekday dinner at home.
Feel free to use low-sodium taco seasoning, or sprinkle the chicken with cheese and/or sour cream for the total Mexican experience!
My husband named this recipe because he loved it that he got all of his favorites in one pan! If you feel the need, serve it with mashed potatoes, biscuits, yams, or (as we do) cranberry sauce.
No matter what you call them, these are great! I cut out half the sugar from the original recipe, and at about 250 calories, this is a treat you can have with little guilt.