1 Point Chinese Egg Rolls

Just call your favorite Chinese restaurant and ask what day they make their egg rolls (most do it 1-2 days a week…some will even do special orders with about an hour notice if you’re ordering a lot). Tell them you would like to buy some RAW egg rolls. They charge you the regular price but they are not doubled fried like when you normally buy them there. Then you just take them home, put them in a pan sprayed with Pam spray and brush with a little egg whites and pop them in the oven at 350 degrees for approx 45-50 minutes. I cooked all of mine at once, eat however many you want after they’re cooked and then when the rest cool off, wrap them individually and place in the freezer to be heated up later when you want. Reheat instructions…oven temp 350 degrees. Wrap in foil sprayed with a little Pam spray and bake for approx. 15-20 minutes. The last 5 minutes or so, unwrap foil so the egg rolls will get crispy again.

They taste just like the ones from the restaurant. It’s only 1 point because it’s a thin wrapper, vegetables, and a tiny bit of pork or shrimp…not even enough to count as a point. Plus you don’t have all that fried grease to make the points go up. EXCELLENT and best of all you don’t have any greasy dripping when you bite into it!