La Madeleine Country French Cafés are adding new options to its popular, everyday Smart Choices menu. These delicious new alternatives are only available for a limited time, now through March 20.
With the holiday revelry over, many of us are watching our dietary intake. La Madeleine’s smart choice offerings are both satisfying and delicious for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
All Smart Choices items have fewer than 600 calories so you can enjoy a variety of classic favorites without the guilt. There’s even room for a light indulgence to satisfy your sweet tooth. Bite by bite, start eating right with tasty, new smarter choices.
New Smart Choices items include:
- Mediterranean Paella, approximately 390 calories: A la Madeleine twist on the Mediterranean classic with aromatic, saffron-infused rice, flavorful chorizo, roasted shrimp, and balsamic marinated chicken breast. $8.99
- Balsamic Glazed Pork Tenderloin, approximately 590 calories: Succulent balsamic glazed pork medallions on a bed of quinoa, cranberry, and mushroom pilaf served with a maple-glazed medley of carrots, yams, and butternut squash. $9.99 (Substitute with chicken, approximately 530 calories. $9.99)
- Rasperry Peach Melba Parfait, approximately 70 calories: The quintessential French classic made lighter – a perfectly petite parfait of creamy Greek vanilla yogurt, delectable raspberries, and sweet peaches. $1.79
Some menu items may not be available at all locations.
Other Smart Choices favorites include Chicken la Madeleine (580 calories), Smart Choice Omelette (300 calories), Regular Chicken Caesar Salade with Fat-Free Dressing (420 calories), Regular Spinach Salade with Chicken (390 calories), Regular Wild Field Salade with Chicken (280 calories), Smart Choice Salade Sampler (choice of three items at 50-100 calories each), Custom Oatmeal (220 calories), Mueslie with Strawberries (300 calories), Yogurt Parfait (270 calories), Cup of Strawberries Romanoff (80 calories), Shrimp and Tilapia Provencal (460 calories), and Tilapia Rustique (410 calories).
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