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Hello, friends! I hope you are all doing well on this blustery, wintery, cold January morning.
Maybe some of you aren’t cold because you live someplace warm. I’m jealous of you! LOL Anyway, who here overindulged in sweets and yummy foods over the holidays? I’d be lying if I told you that I have not because I basically ate my way through Christmas. So now that it is January and a new year it is time to get back on track and take those extra pounds off. The right way to do this is by making good foods that are healthy but still taste good. This baked chicken does just that.
Have any of you ever substituted sour cream for greek yogurt? If you use plain greek yogurt it tastes just like sour cream, no joke. I’ve eaten it on a baked potato once and couldn’t even tell the difference.
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Quick Tip: If you don’t have any Greek yogurt you may use sour cream as a substitute but take note that this will significantly up the fat and calorie count.