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.
Would try Egglife wraps if I had them for lasagna noodles or manicotti.
Here are some tips that might help you on your weight loss journey with WW:
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.
Plan your meals ahead of time to ensure you have a balance of protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates.
Prepare healthy snacks to have on hand when hunger strikes.
Pay attention to portion sizes. Even healthy foods can contribute to weight gain if you eat too much of them.
Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Sometimes our bodies can mistake thirst for hunger.
Include Lean Proteins:
Protein-rich foods can help you feel full and satisfied. Include sources like lean meats, fish, eggs, and plant-based proteins in your meals.
Load Up on Veggies:
Vegetables are low in points and high in nutrients. Incorporate a variety of colorful vegetables into your meals.
Choose Whole Foods:
Opt for whole, minimally processed foods. They often have fewer points and are more nutrient-dense.
Limit Added Sugars:
Foods high in added sugars can have higher point values. Be mindful of sweets and opt for natural sources of sweetness when possible.
Choose smart snacks that are satisfying but won’t use up too many points. Examples include Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, or a small handful of nuts.
Track Your Points:
Consistently track your food intake using the WW app or a journal. This can help you stay accountable and make adjustments as needed.
Incorporate Physical Activity:
Exercise can earn you additional points, and it’s essential for overall health. Find activities you enjoy to make it a sustainable part of your routine.
Be Mindful of Zero-Point Foods:
While many fruits and vegetables are zero points, be mindful not to overeat them. Listen to your body’s hunger and fullness cues.