Are you craving Italian food but don’t want to eat something high in calories, fat and sodium? This healthy chicken Parmesan recipe that is kid-friendly and perfect for family dinners is not only significantly less indulgent than what you’ll find at a restaurant, but also so quick, easy and inexpensive to prepare. Both the Chicken parmesan and roasted Brussels sprouts side dish take less than 30 minutes from start to finish. Even better, the entire meal has only about 300 calories per serving whereas the restaurant equivalent may have over 1,000 calories.
Aviva Goldfarb, founder and CEO of The Six O’Clock Scramble online family menu planning service, ( lightens up this recipe by using whole wheat flour, baking the chicken instead of frying it and using a part skim cheese on top. The results are a dish that still tastes rich and decadent without the guilt. Even your picky eaters will love this! Click here for the full recipe:
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