This recipe removes that high-calorie pie crust, but retains the flavorful filling of a childhood favorite.
Honey? Nope. Maltose? Nope. If you’re avoiding added sugars, we’ve compiled all of the ingredients that don’t belong in foods on your grocery list.
This lighter chicken noodle casserole includes a creamy base but with fewer calories and fat. It offers niacin, a B vitamin that helps increase HDL levels in the blood, and folate, which assists in DNA and RNA production. It is also high in vitamin C.
Sour cream? Nope. Bleu cheese? Nope. If you’re avoiding dairy, we’ve compiled all of the ingredients that don’t belong in foods on your grocery list.
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