Friday, November 6, 2009

Flatly Fine Pot Pies (4)

Use a "Sandwich Maker" to create low point, low fat, Weight Watcher friendly comfort food... like "Pot Pies"

Flatly Fine Pot Pies

1 Flat Out Honey Wheat Bread 100 Cal 2g Fat 7g Fiber (1)
1 Flat Out Honey Wheat Bread 100 Cal 2g Fat 7g Fiber (1)
1/2 can Campbells Chunky Microwave 140 Cal 3.5g Fat 3g Fiber (2)
Sirloin Burger w/Country Veggies Soup (*new "lean meat full serving veggie version)

Spray each flat out bread quickly with non-stick spray
Place 1 flat out bread, spray side down, on bottom half of sandwich maker
Place 1/2 can of soup, divided evenly, amongst 4 sections of sandwich maker.
Close & cook until crispy as desired

Serves 1
Points 4

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  1. Wow - that is creative! Did you come up with this idea?

  2. I sure did! I love using my sandwich maker and I used to create "pot pies" with all the butter, full fat/carb breads, etc. & decided.. why not try it without all the "extra" stuff that adds points, fats, calories?! Voila! What I love is that it is so easy to do, seriously, and it's a nice lunch (especially on a cold afternoon) My dogs like that the flatout bread hangs over so they get "hang over" dipped in some extra gravy from the soup! LOL