Great Frozen Dinner

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Thumbs up on this frozen dinner for being low in fat and sodium!
We recently discovered Celentano Light Cheese Ravioli in our grocer’s freezer. Per serving: 220 calories, 2 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat, 25 mg cholesterol, 180 mg sodium. The fat and sodium content are very impressive for a frozen food - and they are easy to prepare and taste delicious - just the ticket for a very busy day. They are not whole grain - but a good choice when you want a frozen dinner. We did use a no-added-salt
pasta sauce. They were served with a huge green salad and fresh steamed broccoli.

FMI see or look in your grocer’s freezer. Many frozen ravioli brands are pretty acceptable with regards to fat and salt - but you have to read the label.

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