Buy the thin chicken cutlets at the grocery store—otherwise you'll need to slice a regular chicken breast in half or pound it.
I resisted the urge to cover these rollatinis in an indulgent sauce and used lemon juice as a substitute for some of the oil in an effort to keep it on the lighter side.
Chicken Prosciutto Rollatini
Modified from Skinny Taste & Julia's Healthy Italian
Serving Size: 1 chicken rollatini
Old WW Points: 4 pts
Points+: 4 pts
Fat: 6.4 g
Protein: 22.1 g
Carb: 4.6 g
Fiber: 0.7 g
Sugar: 0.0 g
- 8 thin chicken cutlets, 3 oz each
- 4 slices (2.8 oz) thin lean prosciutto, sliced in half
- 4 slices Sargento reduced fat provolone or mozzarella, sliced in half
- 1/2 cup whole wheat Italian seasoned breadcrumbs
- 1/4 cup shredded parmesan cheese
- 1 lemon, juice of
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- fresh ground pepper
- 1/4 red onion, sliced
- olive oil non-stick spray
Dip the chicken in the lemon-oil mixture, then coat in breadcrumbs mixture. Place each cutlet on a cutting board and lay 1/2 slice prosciutto, 1/2 slice cheese and a few slices of red onion on one side of the chicken cutlet.
Roll up and place seam side down in a baking dish. Secure with a toothpick if needed. Repeat with the remaining chicken. When finished, top with remaining crumbs and spray lightly with oil. Bake 25 - 30 minutes and serve immediately.
It's been a while since I recapped on recent events, and I'd better put first things first. I'm late on this, I know, but on May the 12th, my dear friend Lisa Beth Jones was wed to her high school sweetheart, Christian.
I can't express just how much I love and cherish her—my best friend since second grade—my lunch buddy, dance partner and co-founder of the buttercrunch cookie club at Kingsville Elementary. My fellow sun worshipper by the pool and at the beach in the summer time. And my partner in crime while playing hookie at the gunpowder river in high school. Her family is like my family, and I just wouldn't be the same without her.
Here are some shots of her special day taken by Shelby Leigh Photography. She did a beautiful job capturing the spirit of the day.