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Fettucine Hungry Girlfredo

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This may not reach out and grab you .


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

Here’s the miracle ingredient:


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


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


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.



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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