Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations Fish & Chips

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Today’s Menu: Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations Fish & Chips

 

 

Smart Ones Fish and Chips

 

Well our Summer Weather has returned, mid 80’s and humid! But we did have a real nice streak of fantastic weather. Got out and stopped by some friends house for most of the day and then returned home to work on some computer problems I’m still having. I wish I knew more on working with and on computers. For dinner tonight Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations Fish & Chips.

 

 

 
I originally was going to have Panko Crusted Calamari w/ Brown and Wild Rice. I had prepped them and fried the first batch. Let it cool a bit and sampled it, and that’s as far as that got. Calamari is just not for me. So it was a last minute switch in menu, saved by Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations Fish & Chips. First time I had tried this one and it sure saved the day! The Fish was very good, good seasoning and breading. The Chips or Fries were very good also, I love any Fry! The dinner was only 310 calories and 34 net carbs per serving, and the serving size were just enough. Frozen dinners do come in handy! For dessert later a Jello Sugar Free Dark Chocolate Mousse.

 

 

 

 

Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations Fish & ChipsSmart Ones Fish and Chips

Weight Watchers Smart Ones is committed to providing smart food choices to support you while managing your weight. That’s why Weight Watchers Smart Ones follows a set of six smart eating principles when creating food for you, like Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations Fish & Chips. Weight Watchers Smart Ones promises to be there throughout the day with smart breakfasts, snacks, meals and desserts inspired by these principles: 1. Portion control so you can eat the foods you love. 2. Breakfast is crucial, because it starts your day right and helps control hunger. 3. Smart eating includes a variety of foods with protein. 4. Whole grains, fruits and vegetables can keep you fuller, longer. 5. Smart desserts and snacks can help you stay on track. 6. Support and knowledge are critical to making smart food choices.

Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations Fish & Chips:
* Crispy Alaskan white pollock fillet
* With salt and pepper crinkle cut french fried potatoes
* Excellent source of protein
* 310 calories; 14g fat; 2g fiber; 11g protein
* 8 PointsPlus value

 

http://www.eatyourbest.com/products/smart-creations/fish-chips.aspx

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