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- Mini container set
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I have been a WW member on/off for many years. However, about six years ago I stopped thinking about it as just a diet to “knock off some extra weight” and truly made an eating lifestyle change using the Simply Filling Plan. I had always followed the points plan as I thought the Simply Filling Plan was too limiting; I was so wrong! I love my carbs and not having to measure/count points for potatoes, wheat pasta, and brown rice was a great option for me along with eggs, many meats, and fat-free cheeses…I lost 40 pounds and achieved lifetime membership! Over the past few years, although I remained a member, I drifted back to some of my pre WW eating habits and didn’t stick to what I knew worked. I’m back to it recently, on the Purple Plan (I wish they would return the full Simply Filling Plan) and I’m losing weight! What I love the most about WW is that you truly can eat anything; yes, you have to account for it, but nothing is off limits. I still have my Dove dark Chocolate each night and weekend cocktails! I have more energy, sleep better, and just generally feel better!
Enjoy this delicious recipe from WW
Spring chicken soup with veggies & quinoa
Total Time 25 min, Prep 10 min, Cook 15 min, Serves 1, Difficulty Easy
Cooking for one recipes often leave out dishes like soup. Here we have created the perfect chicken soup for one with carrots, celery and dill. Simple to prepare, this dish calls for only seven ingredients but tastes like many more. The pre-shredded carrots and cooked chicken cut the time down to a short 25 minutes of cooking. Easy cooking quinoa adds a hearty note to the dish making this soup delicious and filling. Serve with some crackers for a traditional feel or add a quickly bagged salad for a crunchy side of veg.
fat free chicken broth, 1¾ cup(s)
uncooked celery, 1 rib(s), small, sliced
uncooked carrot(s), ½ cup(s), matchsticks
uncooked quinoa, 2 Tbsp
uncooked sugar snap peas, ½ cup(s), halved
cooked shredded chicken breast, ½ cup(s)
dill, 3 Tbsp, fresh, chopped
- Bring broth to a boil in a small saucepan over high heat. Add celery, carrots, and quinoa; cover and simmer over medium-low heat, 10 minutes.
- Add sugar snap peas and chicken; cover and simmer until vegetables and quinoa are tender, 5 minutes. Remove from heat; stir in dill. Season with salt, pepper, and a squeeze of lemon, if desired