If you want to try out some delicious Weight Watchers Meatball Recipes, you came to the right place! LaaLoosh has a great collection of healthy, low calorie meatball recipes that not only taste great, but will keep you within your daily Weight Watchers Points range.
Posted on November 8th, 2012
These Sage and Ricotta Baked Meatballs are so easy and so delicious, it’s hard to believe that each meatball is just 1 Points + each! The sage gives these meatballs a nice, seasonal flavor, and the ricotta helps to keep them tender and moist, which is key when using very low fat meat. I want to try this recipe with ground turkey too, but I need to make a few enhancements to keep them from being dry.
Posted on June 13th, 2012
Growing up, Swedish meatballs were a staple in my house. So every time I eat them, I think classic, home cooking. I adore Swedish meatballs…really, what’s not to love about moist and juicy meatballs smothered in a creamy, beefy sauce and usually served over yummy egg noodles? Well, traditional Swedish meatballs sure are tasty, but they are definitely not so Weight Watchers friendly.
Posted on March 8th, 2011
Sticking with the WW Italian Food Recipes, I thought I’d share this outrageously delicious Italian Meatballs Recipe. Each serving has just 6 Points +, which really is not bad, considering that we’re talking about beef meatballs here. Plus, this recipe makes 8 servings, so it’s great for a big family dinner or potluck.
Posted on April 15th, 2010
My husband is a huge fan of meatball subs, so I decided to make a slimmed down version to create a delicious meatball sub recipe that we could BOTH enjoy. And by simply substituting a few traditional ingredients, it was a success!
Posted on February 5th, 2010
Today, I’m sharing one of the YUMMIEST meatball recipes EVER. These Crock Pot BBQ Meatballs are crazy delicious and still pretty low in Points Total. They are a perfect superbowl party food that will be adored by weight watchers and non-weight watchers alike.
Posted on February 4th, 2008
Albóndigas, which means meatballs in Spanish, are found in Sopa de Albondigas, a popular food dish that originated in Mexico. In this recipe, the meatballs are made with rice in them and the broth is usually chicken based. The following vegetables are commonly used in this dish: onion, carrots, potatoes, squashes, chayote and seasonings such as cilantro, mint, salt and garlic.