3 Point Enchilada Fail!

You know how Weight Watchers has those commercials where they mention the 2 point Enchiladas? I’m not sure whether or not it’s 3 points or 2. Anyways… I thought that was too good to be true. I searched and searched for a recipe online and couldn’t find one.  I also thought the only way to have that done was to use some kind of vegetable as the tortilla. Then,  I came across this tortilla that was only 50 calories and 7 grams of fiber. It’s a Smart & Delicious tortilla and it’s good otherwise. It’s not good when it gets soaked in Enchilada sauce, then it becomes soggy. Yuck. It wasn’t very good. Anyways, I tried. I really did. Maybe someone out there might like soggy tortillas. ;) It’s good for making tacos or quesadillas however.I’m not going to give up though .;)

Also I wondered what greek yogurt would taste like as a filling since it’s used in place of sour cream sometimes. Bobby Dean always uses it too it seems. Anyways.. I just decided to post it because not all recipes work out the way you want them too.

Here’s the recipe if you decide to go ahead and give it a try.

Ingredients

3/4 cup of greek yogurt
1/2 cup of 2% Mexican cheese or reduced fat Mexican cheese
2 tablespoons of salsa
1 teaspoon of taco seasoning
6 servings of Low Carb High fiber tortillas such as Smart & Delicious
3/4 cup of Enchilada sauce

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Extra toppings
Cheese
Pico de gallo

In a bowl mix the yogurt, cheese, salsa, and taco seasoning. Place about two tablespoons of the mixture into a tortilla and roll it up.
You don’t have to fold in the edges at all. Spray some cooking spray on top and the enchilada sauce over the tortillas.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Top with extra cheese (more points or pico de gallo.

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Mrs p says

    I’ve learned to bake the enchiladas without sauce or cheese and then add it individually when they are all done. I store leftovers separately, so the enchiladas remain crispy the whole time.. :) ingenious idea from my husby!

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