it is 3 weight  W points total for 2 bombs! Beyond satisfying! recipe makes 4 servings.


Canned fire roasted tomatoes 2 cup s 0 Canned tomato sauce 1/2 cup(s) 0
1 % low fat cottage cheese 1 cup s
Shredded fat free mozzarella cheese 4 oz
Carba nada fettuccine 2 serving s


I just made a homemade spaghetti sauce with , onion, minced garlic and chopped red pepper with seasoning of salt pepper onion powder garlic powder oregano Italian seasoning. I don’t measure stuff when I’m cooking.
Then I cooked 4 dry cups of Carba Nada fettuccine al dente.
I mixed 1 cup low fat cottage cheese with 1/4 -1/3 cup fat free mozzarella and seasoned with some of same seasonings I used in sauce.
Sprayed Pam in 8 mini loaf pan.
Put a dollop of sauce in to cover bottom, then 1/8 of noodles, then dollop of cottage cheese mixture spread around topped with another dollop of sauce.
Baked 350 for 20 minutes. Added a little shredded non fat mozzarella to top and baked 5 more minutes. Let rest then scooped out with spatula.
Recipe Notes
Would try Egglife wraps if I had them for lasagna noodles or manicotti.

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Understand the Points System:
Familiarize yourself with how WW assigns points to different foods. Foods that are higher in calories and lower in nutritional value will generally have higher points.

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Prepare healthy snacks to have on hand when hunger strikes.

Portion Control:
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Stay Hydrated:
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Smart Snacking:
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Track Your Points:
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Be Mindful of Zero-Point Foods:
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