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Old 02-01-2002, 06:23 PM   #1
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Question TGIF's frozen quesadillas

I was hoping that someone could help me! I bought some frozen T.G.I. Friday's chicken quesadilla rolls. On the box it says that the are 100 calories per serving and 5 g of fat per serving and there are only 3 servings!! So I tried them and they we sooo good and sooo filling! Is it possible that this box was mismarked?? Am I reading it correctly??? There just has to be something wrong with this. It was to good to be that low in fat and calories. Has anyone else ever had these? I would really like someone elses opinion before I go and buy more.

Anyway, this is what the rest of the box says per serving:
saturated Fat 1.5 g
cholesterol 5 mg
sodium 160 mg
total carbs 9 g
protein 3 g

Thanks for listening!

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