WHITE CHICKEN CHILI TACOS

Prep time:  15 minsCook time:  12 minsTotal time:  27 mins

Serves: 14 2 freestyle SP, 3SP/2PP

Ingredients

14 small tortilla’s (as shown)

1 Tbsp light butter (I use Gay Lea)

1.5 Tbsp flour

½ cup milk (I used 1%)

¼ cup light sour cream

½ cup chicken broth

1 Tbsp chopped canned green chilies

Dash of salt & pepper

¼ tsp cumin

¼ tsp chili powder

2 cup (8oz) cooked shredded chicken

¾ cup frozen corn

Diced green onion

3.5 oz shredded reduced fat mozzarella (I use Trader Joe’s)

Instructions

In a pan on the stove melt your butter over medium heat, stir in your flour quickly, it will form a paste.

Whisk in your milk till the paste has dissolved, about 1 minute, stir in sour cream and broth and cook for 2 minutes stirring often, the sauce should thicken. Add seasonings and green chilies, remove from heat and set aside (you can give it a few stirs while it is set aside so it does not set too much)

Preheat oven to 400F, line a large baking sheet with parchment paper

In a bowl mix your shredded chicken, corn and green onion together, pour in your cream sauce and mix well.

Heat a small frying pan on stove over medium heat and add some cooking spray. Heat up one tortilla at a time, place in pan and give the tortilla a light spray, warm about 20 seconds on each side then place on your baking tray.

Scoop about 2 Tbsp of chicken mixture into your tortilla, top with 1 Tbsp shredded cheese and fold over, repeat with all 14 tortillas. I lightly sprayed all of the tortillas just before going into the oven to “crisp” them up a bit.

Bake in the oven for approx 12 minutes.

Serve immediately, makes 14 tacos. They will freeze well, store in the fridge.

NotesFreestyle Smart Points- 2 using WW recipe builder
Smart Points- 3 using a SP calculator
Points PLus- 2 using a PP calculator
Nutritional info (incl corn) Calories.. 102…Fat 3.3g…Sat fat 0.8g…Carbs 10.8g…Fiber 1.4g…Sugar 2.1g…Protein 7.2g using My Fitness Pal *note- old SP & PP were determined before adding in corn, if using these numbers in an old calculator you may get a different point value

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