Apr 17, 2009

Broccoli and Cheese Stuffed Chicken




Although I wish I was still away on vacation in sunny Florida, I am happy to be home cooking my own healthy meals again. It's not always easy eating healthy on vacation or in the airport. This dish is fairly simple to make and the whole family will love it. I ate two pieces with the remaining broccoli on the side for a perfect meal.

Broccoli and Cheese Stuffed Chicken

Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Makes: 9 pieces • Size: 1 piece Old Points: 3 pts Points+: 3 pts
Calories: 142 • Fat: 4.9 Carbs: 4.8 Protein: 19.4

Ingredients:
  • 3 (24 oz total) large chicken breast halves
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 tsp water
  • 3/4 cup whole wheat seasoned breadcrumbs
  • 2 cups broccoli floret, cooked, chopped small
  • 5 slices reduced fat Swiss cheese (I used Lacy Swiss)
  • salt
  • spray oil
  • toothpicks

Directions:
    Preheat oven to 350°. In a small bowl, combine egg, water and a little salt. Beat with a fork to make an egg wash. Set aside. Fill a second bowl with breadcrumbs.

    Slice chicken breast halves into thin cutlets. I usually get 3 thin cutlets out of one breast half. Pound them to make them thinner if you wish. This helps when you wrap the cutlets.



    Cut
    each slice of cheese in half. Place a 1/2 slice cheese in the center of the chicken and top with a little broccoli. Wrap chicken around to completely cover cheese, using toothpicks to secure. Season with a little salt.



    Dip chicken into egg wash, then breadcrumbs. Spray cookie sheet with oil and place chicken on cookie sheet. Lightly spray chicken with oil and bake about 25 minutes, until cooked.

    139 comments :

    1. Love this recipe! Looks so good and easy!

      How was your trip to Florida? We were there the week before (Disney) and it was nuts!! Hope you had fun :)

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    2. Before I started cooking I used to buy chicken stuffed with cheese and broccoli all the time. I will have to try making my own now. They look great!

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    3. That looks so good..I am trying that tonight.

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    4. looks great! I'm not a huge fan of broccoli- think this would work with spinach instead?

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    5. Sure! I make this with spinach sometimes, or you can use mushrooms. Try it with provolone or mozzarella. The combinations are endless really!

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    6. Oh this looks so yummy, and fancy! I'm definitely trying this one!

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    7. Am I missing something on your website? I keep looking for the 'print' icon for the recipes but can't find it.

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      1. There is an icon that says printer friendly. Click on it & print

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    8. Yum! I bet my toddler would even like them.

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    9. Oh, this looks so good! I love stuffed chicken breasts, and broccoli is my favorite veggie, but I never thought of making this. I bet it would be great with cheddar, too!

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    10. Yes, cheddar is great with broccoli!

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    11. oooh!!! i love broccoli tooo! and chicken!:)

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    12. I love stuffin chicken breasts, hahahaha it's nerdy but I like the thought of the little surprise in the middle, the unexpected (thought totally anticipated) filling elevates the plain ol'chicken-eating experience. This certainly looks like a very interesting combo, like throwing some chicken in your broccoli cheddar soup! Must try it! Thanks for sharing it :)

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    13. I made this dish for last night's dinner. It was a big hit with my daughters (ages 10 & 13) and husband. I loved it too. I used cheddar cheese.

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    14. I am going to try this tonight. I am totally novice to cooking but, the directions seem easy to follow. I am actually going to try pepperjack cheese since my family loves the spicer side of things.

      This is my first day of WW and I was sooo nervous about dinner. I am happy I stumbled upon your site! Thanks for sharing these awesome recipes.

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    15. Great idea. The points may work out to slightly more if it's not reduced fat.

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    16. I tried this tonight with cheddar and it was wonderful. Thanks for the recipe Gina!

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    17. I love this with cheddar!

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    18. Gina, I was curious about wrapping the chicken around the filling. I assume you would have said roll if you were rolling it, but from the pic it looks like it would be hard to completely wrap it with the cheese being the whole width of the chicken. Ive always shyed away from stuffed chicken because it seemed difficult to roll or wrap. Id like a little more information on how to do this please.

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    19. @Eric, I basically folded the shorter sides of the chicken up first, then took the longer sides and fastened it with toothpicks. After the first one, you will find the others easier to do. If your chicken is big enough, I'm sure you can roll it. Just do what works for you.

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    20. I love your website. I usually buy pre- sliced chicken breasts to stuff. How do you slice regular chicken breasts into thin cutlets? Yours look just like the store bought ones.

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    21. I place the chicken breast half on a cutting board and place my open hand lying flat on top of the chicken for support, and using a large knife (sharp!!) I start slicing them from the top. I usually get three out of them, sometimes 4. You can pound them to make them thinner if you wish.

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      1. I was scared to try this because I am on Coumadin, but I did it yesterday to portion out some meals from breasts I got on sale. I was able to get two cutlets from each breast. I have no idea how you manage to get three!

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    22. I am so excited I found your website! I usually end up eating the same things over & over on WW because it's easier, but there are some VERY YUMMY sounding things on here & I love that you put pictures, that helps so much! I usually buy boneless, skinless chicken breast. Have you used those and if so, how do you slice them thin. It was difficult for me when I tried tonight to slice thin and not just get pieces.

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    23. Yes, I usually buy boneless skinless chicken breasts and cut them myself. You can also try pounding them thin. Again, this is how I cut them. I place the chicken breast half on a cutting board and place my open hand lying flat on top of the chicken for support, and using a large knife (sharp!!) I start slicing them from the top. I usually get three out of them, sometimes 4. You can pound them to make them thinner if you wish.

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    24. Love this! Easy, fast and delicious. Great to make ahead (without dipping into bread crumbs). My kids approved... so it must be good!!

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    25. Gina... I made them again tonight and my husband and I were thinking that adding a seasoning to the bread crumbs would be a good idea. My family doesn't like Swiss cheese so we loose some flavour by not adding it (i just use cheddar). Next time we make it I am going to add something like Italian Seasoning. Also my husband wants me to make it with cheese and green peppers and onions in the centre... like piaaz toppings without the high fat/high cal pepperonies.

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    26. You could add parmesan cheese to your breadcrumbs. I like 4c seasned breadcrums, they have so much flavor. Any cheese would work, mozzarella would be nice too!

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      1. We like to add dry Ranch dressing to the crumbs

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    27. I made these tonight & they were super good! For the kids I made them with broccoli & sharp cheddar cheese & they gobbled them up! My husband & I love spicy foods so I made ours with jalapenos & sharp cheddar cheese. So good!

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    28. @heather- what a great idea!!

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    29. made these yesterday. sooo tasty, ended up using cheddar cheese tho. my boyfriend ate 4 pieces.

      i used garlic and onion powder, basil and oregano to season the bread crumbs.

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    30. I made this for my family last night and they LOVED it!! Thanks so much for this blog!

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    31. I made this for dinner tonight and the family LOVED it. And instead of the sliced cheese, I spread Laughing Cow Spread inside. It was very good. I'll make it again!

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    32. This has become a family favorite!!!!
      Thanks!

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    33. I made this last night! YUMMO!!! I'm having leftovers for lunch.

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    34. I wish I had leftovers!

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    35. Gina, I made this last night for my husband and I hoping to have leftovers for lunch today (for both of us). Needless to say, my husband could not stop eating them and I was left with only 2 for lunch! I also made your dad's creamy couliflower soup and that was amazing as well! ALL your meals are delicious!!

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    36. LOL, I have the same problem sometimes! Glad you liked my Dad's soup! This was my favorite growing up.

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    37. Gina, this was another great recipe! I made this today and not only was the stuffing-the-chicken part a lot easier than expected, they also tasted really good! Thanks!

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    38. You're welcome Jule, glad you liked it.

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    39. I can not explain just how wonderful this meal was for me and my family. I have just found your site and I am so glad that I did. I did add some fontina cheese, mushrooms and some shallots. I enjoyed this so much I could not believe that cooking healthy could taste so good,:)Yum!! I have alot more of your recipes I plan to try.Thank you so much...

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    40. Yum, Fontina, Mushrooms and Shallots! You just turned this into a whole new recipe! Love it!

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    41. making this again.... yum!

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    42. Loved the recipe! didn't have swiss cheese, so i used some shredded cheddar mix cheese and it came out great!

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    43. LeeAnn Hritz6/1/10, 2:23 PM

      This is an AWESOME recipe!! I am making this again tonight, but using mushrooms instead of broccoli. Thanks for all of your wonderful recipes!

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    44. This looks great and will be making it soon.

      Any chance of knowing how many points it would be if I omited the cheese?

      What about if i swapped the cheese for a low-fat cheddar?

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      1. Do you have e-tools on WW? You can just plug all the ingredients into the recipe builder and get your points.

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    45. @Meghan, using low fat cheddar instead should be about the same.

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    46. great recipe.. new household fave ive made it about 3 times in the last week and a half ;)

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    47. Wonderful recipe! My husband is excited to take leftovers tomorrow for lunch!

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    48. Very good! I brushed the chicken with dijon mustard before adding the cheese and broccoli.

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    49. You haven't failed me yet! This chicken was delicious!
      My husband, who loses weight from eating ice cream asked for more cheese next time. Does he not get why we limit the amt of cheese!? ;-)
      Darn stinky then men!
      Caroline
      SmartyPantsMama.com

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    50. Oh I must be doing something wrong. I have now made these and the Cor Don Bleu ones and the chicken just doesn't turn out right. They are a mess, not the beautiful ones Gina does.

      Gina what am I doing wrong. I try getting the 3 out of my breast but Usually just screw em' up. Please give me some guidance. Thanks

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    51. Thanks for all the comments!! I love all your ideas!

      For those of you having trouble cutting the chicken breast into 3 cutlets, you can buy thin cutlets and use them instead. They are more expensive but it's a lot easier! Also I'm sure you can find a YouTube video if you do a search.

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    52. Phew. If it' sone thing I've learned by trying this and the cordon bleu recipes, it's that I am purely hopeless at trying to wrap chicken. I end up with 6 disasters and 1 moderately well wrapped piece... and a handful of shreds that used to be a chicken breast at some point in its lifecycle :) One day maybe I'll get it!

      Tonight it's a disaster involving spinach, mushrooms, adn light swiss :D Since I had so much leftover spinach adn mushrooms, I sautee'd them and I'm going to cover the disasters with a little pile - creative cooking!

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    53. I made this last night for dinner and it was delicious ! i'm making it again for dinner right now =)

      By the way, i love your website its just what i've been looking for. Keep it up!!

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    54. Mouse, if you are having a hard time slicing the cutlets, but them thinly sliced instead.

      Glad you liked it so much you're making it again! Thanks Molly!

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    55. Gina,
      Can you please update this recipe with the new points plus program points? Thanks!!! It is a staple in my cooking! Thank you!

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    56. I tried this and used the broccoli with chedder (no fat) and I added some mushrooms and onions chopped fine....it was SO good, everyone loved it!

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    57. Hi Gina- I arrive at 5 points plus per "roll" when I enter the information into WW. Am I entering something incorrectly? Do you weigh the meat cooked? Thanks so much for any information you may have. Love your recipes!

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    58. Yes, I weigh my meat cooked because it weighs less after... generally 4 oz raw chicken becomes 3 oz cooked.

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    59. Gina - could you make this with chicken tenders? I'm not sure if I'll be able to slice the chicken correctly or if I will massacre it....... just wondering if chicken tenders would allow me to avoid a possible disaster :)

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    60. No, chicken tenders would be too small. Buy thin sliced cutlets instead.

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    61. What sauce could you put over these? I want to serve them with pasta and a sauce? thanks for the help!

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    62. I would make a white sauce, with parmesan cheese.

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    63. Yummy. They look so delicious. *drool* :3

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    64. My daughter, home from college on Spring Break told me about your website and wanted to cook this recipe tonight for supper. It was a huge success! My husband said that we would have to have this meal again. My father-n-law said I must have gone all out to cook this meal. My daughter and I fixed the meal together and served it with a fresh salad. Dinner was on the table in 45 minutes!!! I am so glad that I have found your website and am looking forward to many healthy delicious meals in the days to come. Thank you so much.

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    65. So happy everyone enjoyed them and thought you went all out!

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    66. can i ask, i see it makes 9 pcs but how many per serving?

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    67. Am trying this one tonight with Spinach and Smoked Gouda!

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    68. Just made this, as suggested, and my husband and i loved it! So easy yet so good. Perfect weeknight dinner.

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    69. This was so fun to make, and I do not enjoy cooking. lol What's better, is that my 4-year-old really loved it and she does not like chicken unless it's a nugget! Can't wait to try different cheese/veggies in it!

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    70. I made this last night for dinner. These chicken rolls are SO good- and easy to make! My husband liked them a lot also. I will definitely be making these again!!

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    71. this was delicious. i have been using alot of your recipes and my family loves them! i just had to tell them, guess what..its great for weight watchers!

      thanks so much

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    72. Can't wait to try this recipe! Only question how many pieces is in a serving?
      Thanks for such a great website!

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    73. I love your blog! I almost always have most of the ingredients already, and these aren't super difficult for a novice cooker! I can't wait to try this tonight!

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    74. Gina thanks so much for all your wonderful recipes, I was wondering if I could make this and then freeze as I am having major surgery and won't be able to cook for weeks

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    75. Sure, this would freeze just fine.

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    76. Looks very tasty and delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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    77. Omg this was amazing... I used cheddar cheese instead of swiss.. my fiance loves it.
      thank u for this recipe

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    78. Awesome and easy!! I subbed low fat colby jack cheese and it turned out great. I am making this recipe again tonight and this time I am going to try adding a few sauteed mushrooms to the inside!! Thanks for sharing! Love the site! :)

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    79. This recipe is absolutely delicious! I made some with broccoli and weight watchers shredded cheddar cheese and some with cheese and mushrooms and spinach. They were fantastic. My kids loved them too! they asked me to make them again and we're already thinking of more things to put stuff them with. Thanks so much for this recipe. Now I'm off to search for something to do with my ground turkey breast. :)

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    80. any suggestions on making this ahead of time and freezing. I work 12
      hour shifts and have been making your recipes ahead of time so my husband can just pop them in the oven for him and my 2 year old. I haven't done one of the chicken wraps yet, but would like to try. Would you make it, freeze and re bake, or freeze raw. Don't know what the rules for poultry are.

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    81. how do you get the cheese from completly melting away? I use mozzarella and by the time I cut into them the cheese is all but gone.

      Thanks

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    82. these are so yummy! i recently found your site through pinterest & i have a long list of recipes i plan to make :) as a college student it is great to have found such an awesome site with a lot of budget-friendly recipes!

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    83. OH MY GOODNESS!!! I made this tonight using all th same ingredients except I pounded my own chicken breasts and I used italian seasoned regular breadcrumbs and wow!!!! SO GOOD loved it because with the sliced reduced fat swiss it does not ooze out too much, loved this and LOVE THIS BLOG!

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    84. I just made these tonight & they were amazing!

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    85. I made this tonight and it was a huge hit! My daughter, who hates all things green even loved the broccoli in it and didn't fight me. I will be making this again!

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    86. Another winner! My boyfriend fondly remember the "chicken roll ups" that his mom used to make and I think these are the healthy, grown up version. The cheese and broccoli were delicious little surprises in each bite. So yummy! Thanks for another great recipe!

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    87. This was really really yummy! Perfect!

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    88. Made this tonight, some with fat free Swiss and some with weight watchers american, the american cheese were much more tasty. Thank you for the recipe.

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    89. made these already and am making them again tonight! they are AWESOME!

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    90. This the 4 or 5 recipe I have made from your site. I must say they all have been super good!!! Thank you for sharing!!

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    91. Love this! I'm making it for a second time around with provolone cheese since its all I had in the fridge.

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    92. Can these be frozen before the cooking process then thawed and baked later?

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    93. My daughter just had a baby and will make this for them so they don't have to cook. Can I make it, freeze it and then cook later? I am anxious to try it.

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    94. I just made this for dinner! my Family LOVED it!

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    95. Made this for dinner tonight and it was AWESOME! Love that it is a healthy choice.

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    96. Hi, Can i replace the breadcrumbs with oats?

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    97. Just wanted to make a suggestion for those who are struggling to slice the cutlets. It easier to cut meat when it is partially frozen. Let the chicken thaw so that the inside is still pretty frozen but so that you can cut through it safely. Then it it thaw out the rest of the way and proceed with the recipe.

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    98. So, found this on Pinterest.. Tried it tonight for dinner. I have to say Thanks for the recipe. I have a darling daughter who is a very picky eater. I made her plate, put it in front of her, and looked at it, said she didn't want broccoli... Told her to eat around the broccoli, she tried it, and ate it, and then asked for MORE... She had a clean plate. I served it with Zatarans (SP)wild rice. After we were done, she thanked me for making a yummy dinner! Thanks again for the delish recipe and it is defintely a keeper... I didn't have to make 2 meals tonight... WOOO HOOOO

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    99. Had this for dinner tonight! It was really good! There are only two of us, so I bought 1 pound of the thin chicken breasts and made 4 rolls. I used the Sargento thin sliced swiss cheese, except I used 2 slices per roll. And my breadcrumbs weren't whole wheat. With those differences, my points value was about double what yours is, but I'm ok with that.

      One thing I did was season both sides of chicken with salt and pepper. Next time I will do garlic powder on the inside as well. I also think they would do well baked at 375.

      Angela

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    100. Hi Gina - what's the best way to slice the chicken breast? I can never seem to get it to come out right. Do you mean slicing it through the middle - as in, halving the chicken breast? Or cutting it up into three equal sections and then pounding them to make them flat? Thanks!

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    101. Cooking this tonight for a date!! Except I am marinating the chicken for 6 hours in italian dressing beforehand and using the dressing to help the breadcrumbs stick instead of egg (I am allergic). I'm also using italian seasoned breadcrumbs and making an asiago parmesan cheese sauce to go on top. :)

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    102. im trying this tonight. it looks amazing!!!what makes it so healthy?

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    103. Hey, what would be a good side to go with this? Or is it a stand alone entree?

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    104. I made this last night but had to use American cheese (forgot to buy the swiss)so adjusted the points accordingly. Everyone loved it-- served with extra broccoli, and for the kids and hubby, who are not on a diet, some pasta sprinkled with a litte parm.

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    105. My husband loved this one. The Swiss cheese made it a little bland so I will use more salt next time. Overall, chicken was juicy and loved the broccoli inside, yummy!

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    106. Looks awesome and easy.. making this for dinner tonight!

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    107. Loved loved loved so easy and delicious I made with the sauteed zucchini and tomato.

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    108. Can you substitute egg whites?

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    109. I had breasts with bone on so I deboned and made cutlets. Doctored up my bread crumbs with italian seasoning with garlic and onion powder. Put spinach and one small piece of ham and low fat swiss. Excellent!!!!

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    110. Heather Marie8/22/12, 5:53 PM

      I love the chicken roll ups but was wondering if I would be cheating if I just used the thicker slice of breast and just slit it open and stuffed the other ingredients inside? I realize I would have to account for my points differently that way but I am hopeless with the rolling.

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      1. I ended up just folding mind because they were thicker than I had originally planned. I didn't use the egg wash and just lightly breaded them. They were awesome!

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    111. Dinner tonight! Love your blog, Gina! It always saves me when I can't think of anything to make! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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    112. Hey Gina! I just prepared these but I am freezing them prior to baking. How long would you recommend baking these when we are ready to have them for dinner? Thanks!

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    113. I made this tonight with amazing Mac & Cheese Muffins with spinach for myself and my mother. :) we are both cooks so we know good food. THIS chicken was soooooo good. <3 10 points! :D

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    114. Just thought I'd share, I made this one night, in a pinch I substituted a smear of light laughing cow Swiss for the sliced Swiss. It was delicious! Made it very creamy :)

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    115. I made this twice in one week. Once for a friend who just had a new baby. I made it for her and her husband and their four year old and they all loved it. I was able to share the extra with my husband and we are obsessed. I made it both times with dill Havarti cheese and simply amazing. I also used a spicy panko crust.

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    116. I have to tell you, having had bariatric surgery I love your recipes because they emphasize smaller portions and you don't feel like you are eating something light and healthy because the recipes have so much flavor. I have already tried the Jalapeno popper stuffed chicken, have to try this one as well!

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    117. I made these this week and they were very juicy. The cheese and broccoli made for a good filling and the breadcrumbs gave it a nice outer crunch. I loved it!! Thanks Gina! :)
      Janice

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    118. I made this recipe tonight and I'm coming back to tell you how good I think it is! I didn't get my chicken quite as thin or as small as I would have liked so I only ate one piece and called it 5PP. But it was delicious! Next I might just suck up the extra points and do more cheese...

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    119. I made this tonight and they were fantastic! The boyfriend and I had a bit of a hard time stuffing and rolling them correctly, but I guess that comes with practice, right? Next time I'll probably buy the thin strips of chicken instead of slicing them myself. We served this with your mango quinoa salad (with an addition of avocado) and the two seemed to pair quite nicely. I hope these end up in the cookbook!

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    120. looks yummy :D is it okay to use any other kind of cheese like maybe cheddar/

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    121. I am going to try to use a box of cooked chopped broccoli mixed with a couple of wedges of Laughing Cow Cheese (swiss) and just a bit of shredded sharp cheddar. I'll let you know how it turns out. I think I am going to skip the breadcrumbs to save carbs and just brush a bit of olive oil on the top and sprinkle some Italian seasoning on top. We used to buy these all the time from Market Day, but I think I can make them myself much healthier and cheaper too!

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      1. Update: they turned out wonderful with the box of cooked chopped broccoli and 2 wedges of Laughing Cow cheese, and I skipped the breading. My picky 8 year old son, who doesn't like to try anything loved it!

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    123. I made this and it was a huge hit with my kids and husband. I've never made stuffed chicken and never knew how easy it was!

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    124. My 5 year old and I made these tonight with cheddar, our store didn't have reduced fat swiss. I guess that's what happens when you live in a small town! Anyway, my son LOVED the chicken! He ate 2 pieces in record time! Thank you so much for all do for those of us on WW! It makes it so much easier!!

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    125. Loved this recipe as did my husband! I used very thinly sliced pepperjack cheese in the place of swiss, and only had Panko breadcrumbs, but it still turned out very delicious

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    126. My stomach is as stuffed as these amazing stuffed chicken breasts! Instead of breadcrumbs, I used dried parmesan cheese to coat the outside, and I used mozzarella for the filling. I added various spices to give it some more flavor. I ate this on the side of Farfalle tossed with olive oil and red peppers with my fiance--he and I loved it! Thanks for the recipe! Here's what my stuffed chicken breasts looked like right out of the oven: http://instagram.com/p/mlh2ONOIOF/

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