The Healthiest & Creamiest Low Fat Chicken Alfredo Recipe You’ll Ever Make
When you think of chicken alfredo, you probably think of a decadent and rich meal that’s swimming in fatty cream and cheese.
While there’s always a time and place for a meal like that, now probably isn’t it. If you’re still laying low… you’re probably feeling stir crazy from hunkering down.TRENDING: Science Reveals Easy, No-Workout Ways to Lose Weight… While You Snooze!
What does that mean for you? Well, if you’re feeling sedentary, then perhaps a leaner version of your favorite chicken alfredo recipe may satisfy your cravings?
And if you’re starting to think about your “summer body”… well, all the more reason to enjoy a healthier version of your favorite creamy pasta.
This recipe tastes just like its richer counterpart, but it’s so much better for you! It even sneaks in a whole serving of broccoli.
So, this recipe is perfect for enjoying an indulgent-tasting, creamy, rich pasta dish that’s full of flavor… without the guilt! In fact, you’ll feel great about eating something that’s so good for you! (In addition to being so delicious!)BRAND NEW: These Delicious Desserts Can Help You Burn Fat & Lose Weight
And while it does have a few extra (easy) steps, the end result? It’s so worth it.
If you’re ready to get started on this creamy, cheesy, low fat chicken alfredo recipe… here’s how to do it:
FTH’s Creamy & Cheesy Chicken Alfredo
- 1 lb chicken breast
- 1 cup skim milk*
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
- 2 Tbsp whole wheat flour
- 8 oz whole wheat angel hair pasta
- 1 clove garlic
- ¼ tsp pepper
- 12 oz broccoli florets
- ¼ cup reduced-fat cream cheese
- 3 Tbsp parmesan cheese
1) In a small saucepan, bring water to a boil. Add broccoli and cook for two minutes, until crisp and bright. Remove from heat and drain.
2) Chop chicken into bite-sized pieces. Add just one tablespoon olive oil to a large skillet. Once oil is hot, add chicken. Cook until browned and cooked through. Remove from heat.
3) In a large pot, bring water to a boil. Add whole wheat angel hair. Cook until al dente, around 4 minutes. Remove from heat and drain.
4) In the pan where you cooked the chicken, add the other tablespoon of olive oil. Add garlic and pepper.
5) Whisk in flour, stirring until it’s a thick paste. Add milk immediately, and stir again until the sauce is thick. Add cream cheese and parmesan cheese, and stir until combined.
6) Combine the sauce, the broccoli, and the chicken into the pasta pot. Stir to combine and heat through, then serve immediately.SPECIAL: Researcher Discovers The “Million-Year-Old” Diet That Allows This Tribe To Stay Slim & Healthy… Even While Eating Sugar
- No skim milk in your fridge? Feel free to use whatever kind of milk you have around. You may also substitute reconstituted dry milk powder in this recipe.
- If you don’t have whole wheat flour on hand, you can use regular all purpose flour.
- When it comes to the parmesan cheese in this recipe, be sure to use *real* parmesan cheese… you know, parmigiano reggiano. Definitely DON’T use that powdered stuff that suspiciously doesn’t need to be refrigerated. To find out why it’s so important that you use real parmigiano reggiano (besides a BIG difference in flavor)… keep reading below!
How Eating Low Fat Chicken Alfredo Can Help You Lose Weight… And Other Delicious Dishes That Can Supercharge Your Fat Loss, Too
If you could argue that there’s *one* ingredient that MAKES this dish… it might be the parmesan cheese.
Even though you don’t have to add an entire block (but I won’t judge)… the parmesan brings that perfect cheesy flavor to the alfredo sauce.
I know it might sound too good to be true… but it is! The science is absolutely settled on this.
If you eat the right amount of parmesan cheese… it actually helps your body shed extra fat. The only catch is that it has to be REAL parmesan cheese—I’m talking parmigiano reggiano.
(That powdered stuff in the green canister WON’T give you the same results… and that “cheese” is often mixed with wood pulp… yuck!)
But with real-deal parmesan cheese… you can add it to SO many dishes for amazing flavor AND fat-burning power. So yes, you can give in to all your cheese cravings… and LOSE weight.
I know you want in on this. I’m excited. To find out just how much parmesan cheese you should eat for MAX fat-burning power… plus 2 more delicious cheeses that increase fat loss… click here: