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Ideas for gravy in jars??

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Hi guys! Bought some Heinz gravy in jars on sale, and wondered if my buddies had some ideas for it. I got chicken, turkey, pork, and beef gravy--between 20 & 25 cals., & 0 to 1 gram fat per 1/4 cup. I know I can pour it over stuff, but cooking with it? Any ideas?

 

Thanks a million! smile.gif


---Katie, CEO of Me, Inc & living my new-normal

highest:375(fall '98),5'4"//11-19-08 WW restart:277//current:247//2nd 10%:225//NEXT MINI GOAL:239//goal:150

*He leadeth me.

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Hi Katie -

 

With the beef gravy you can make beef stroganoff and you could do a lowfat chicken pot pie with the chicken gravy.

 

That's what I can think of off the top of my head. If I think or find anymore I'll let you know.


Laura

Joined January 2002

SW 266.6 Goal 165

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OOOO good ideas, Laura! Any more will be appreciated, too! thumbup.gif


---Katie, CEO of Me, Inc & living my new-normal

highest:375(fall '98),5'4"//11-19-08 WW restart:277//current:247//2nd 10%:225//NEXT MINI GOAL:239//goal:150

*He leadeth me.

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I make swiss steak with the fat free gravy cans and all I do is brown cubed steaks with a little flour coating and then chop up onion and mushrooms and cook it the pan. I add the gravy and a little tomato sauce or paste and it is great and not high in points I can't remember what the points are now but I did figure it out and you can too with what you decide to put in.

The main thing is my kids ask for it!

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