Sugar Free Garlic Alfredo Baked Chicken Breast Recipe
Living sugar free is not without it’s challenges. One of the issues that seems to come up quite a bit is the issue of time, it takes a little more time than normal to prepare a meal because of how many products contain added fructose. I end up making everything from scratch, while I would prefer that sometimes I need something quick and easy. After a bit of searching I was happy to find that Ragu has a line of white sauces with no added sugar.
Now keep in mind that it is very simple to make your own Alfredo Sauce, (it’s just cream, butter and Parmesan cheese) but if you are looking for a way to add sugar free sauces to your pantry to make life easier, go with the Ragu white sauces. They are usually the least expensive sauce on the shelf and frequently have coupons that will make for an even better deal.
- 3 Chicken Breasts
- 2 Onions
- 2 Carrots
- 1 Package of sliced Mushrooms (or slice them yourself)
- 1 Jar of Garlic Alfredo Ragu Sauce
- Place thawed chicken breast on pan. Pour half bottle of Ragu over all breasts
- Bake Chicken at 450 for 20 minutes
- Chop up all veggies, place in skillet
- Pour remainder of Ragu in skillet, simmer for 20 minutes or until veggies are soft
- Place Chicken on plate, pour veggie mix over chicken. Serve.
Pour about half a bottle of Ragu over your chicken breasts. Place in oven at 450 degrees for 20 minutes.
Chop up 2 onions, grate 2 carrots, and slice mushrooms. Throw it all in a skillet and pour the rest of the Ragu over the veggies. Obviously you can adjust what veggies go in there to your liking.
Stir it up and simmer for the 20 minutes your chicken breasts are in the oven until veggies are tender. Sample and add salt if needed.
The chicken breasts are done! Let them cool for a minute and transfer to plates.
Pour the vegetable mix over the chicken breast and serve. (We ate our with seared brussel sprouts. I’m not sure when brussel sprouts became our favorite side dish but some how it happened. If you had told 12 year old me I would be eating brussel sprouts 4 times a week, I would have laughed in your face.)
Disclosure: Ragu was not involved in this post in any way. I received no money or product. This is just something I found that made my life easier on my sugar-free journey.