I got this excellent, super easy Weight Watchers Chicken and Stuffing crockpot recipe from my mom. My mom once lost 110 pounds on Weight Watchers.
I have personally never done the program, but I do love many of the recipes. I did do a weight loss program last year, Take Shape for Life and ended up losing 36 pounds. For me this was massive. I had just hit the highest weight of my life and my now ex-husband had just walked out on us. I needed to make a change. I felt immensely proud of myself for losing that weight and still do. I enjoy the program so much I became a Take Shape for Life health coach. So, if you are looking for a program email me. The program is not for everyone, but for busy moms like me it’s ideal.We even decided to have this Weight Watchers chicken and stuffing crockpot recipe last Christmas Eve instead of doing a whole Christmas meal. It was less work for everyone, only four ingredients! Plus, it was less calories than making a large Christmas dinner. And we are all about cutting calories.
My friend Renee once ask me why I would work out and watch my eating week after week only to blow it on a week for vacation or holiday eating. I realized what she meant and now even during the holidays we try to eat better.
Chicken and Stuffing (7 Points)Ingredients:6 whole boneless, skinless chicken breasts1 box stove top stuffing mix1 can 98% fat-free cream of mushroom soup — or any cream soup1/2 cup water or chicken bouillonDirections:Spray a 3 1/2 quart crockpot with cooking spray. Add chicken breasts. Combine stuffing, soup, and liquid. Spread over chicken. Cook on low 6 to 8 hours.Per serving: 321 calories; 6 g fat; 56 g protein; 7 g carbohydrate; 1 g dietary fiber.
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