Thursday, January 19, 2012

Last Night's Dinner- Rockin Good Tuna Noodle Casserole

Another great recipe using the House Foods Tofu Shirataki Noodles! This recipe used three bags (instead of 1 like the Spaghetti Pie) so it was much more filling. Hungry Girl uses a lot of Laughing Cow Light Swiss Cheese to make dishes creamy for very few calories. I highly recommend it! This tasty dish serves 4 (or 2 for dinner, and 2 for lunch), and it only has 167 calories and 5 grams of fat per serving! Seriously, Hungry Girl rocks. If you don't have her cookbook, just go to and print out free recipes!! Or you can look her up on

Dahubby says, "This was really good. I am used to a thicker noodle though." The recipe actually calls for fettuccine-shaped tofu noodles, but I've only been able to find macaroni and spaghetti shaped. It's the same thing, but next time I'll used the macaroni and see if this helps get the thickness right for him. Either way, it was a healthy hit!


  1. I just looked up the Hungry Girl website and its awesome! Im going to make the honey mustard chicken fingers for dinner next week. Im really surprised at how many common household items she uses for the recipies. It makes it nice that i wont have to go hunting for a bunch of weird ingredients. Thanks for the tip!

  2. Dallas,
    Glad you're excited to try these recipes. You'll find that Hungry Girl not only uses stuff you already have, she has favorite ingredients that appear in everything! So, when you grocery shop, you know that if an ingredient is left over from this meal, you can definitely use it again in the next one. Big money saver!