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Fettucine Hungry Girlfredo

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This may not reach out and grab you .

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But what if I tell you that it’s only 99 calories?

Here’s the miracle ingredient:

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This whole bag is only 20 calorie and 2 grams of fiber.  Back in the day that would translate into free WW points.

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Even if you’ve never heard of Shirataki, I’m sure you’ve heard of The Laughing Cow.

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Make sure you drain the noodles and pat them dry, then just toss them into the pan with a teaspoon of fat-free sour cream and two teaspoons of reduced-fat Parmesan — there’s no way to avoid saying this — from Kraft, you know, the one in the can.  And don’t forget The Laughing Cow.

I topped mine with pepper and some fancy salt.  It’s also begging for some freshly steamed broccoli or maybe some artichoke hearts.

Obviously this is a Hungry Girl hit.  She devotes chapters to Shirataki in her books.  This one specifically is from Hungry Girl to the Max.

 

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About Monica

A court reporter who likes to cook, and travel, and go to the spa, and read, and spoil her dog.

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