Chicken Parmesan

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$5.95$11.50

Chicken Breast, Italian Bread Crumbs, Pasta Sauce, FF/LF Cheese, LF Parmesan Cheese

Analysis Results  (based on the large portion an 8 oz chicken breast).

Large Combination w/Pasta:  Cal 620, Fat 8g, Carb 80g, Pro 57g

Small Combination w/Pasta:  Cal 410, Fat 6g, Carb 60g, Pro 29g

 

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Description

Your favorite Italian dish made a little lighter.  You can purchase this item several different ways.

Additional information

Size

Small, Large

Packaging

Protein Only, With Pasta Marinara, Small 3

5 reviews for Chicken Parmesan

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Leslie (verified owner)

    This Parmesan Chicken is so good it takes care of any Italian craving i may have and leaves me never wanting the fried, unhealthy, heavy version of it. If I have time, i like to heat it up in the oven and it gives it a slight “toasting”. A must try if you have never ordered.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    buccos18 (verified owner)

    I love the Parmesan Chicken with pasta marinara. It’s delicious and is a much better alternative than the 1,200 calorie version at Italian restaurants. If frozen, thaw the container for two days in the refrigerator and then heat in the microwave for 4 minutes at 50% power. Perfect!

    • Sharon (verified owner)

      Thank you! The parmesan is a pefect dinner, cut your carbs and make a big salad 🙂

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    jim berry

    Love it!—sprinkle with water, cover with microwave cover, heat, transfer to plate and serve………….chicken is so very tender and the marinara sauce is fantastic. It’s one of our weekly staples.

    • Sharon (verified owner)

      Wow! I have not heard that tip before, thanks I’ll have to try. My best tip is to reheat at 7 or 8 power instead of full 10 on your microwave and do less at first, then finish off with what you need…works great especially if I forget to thaw first 🙂

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