If you love Mardi Gras recipes as much as I do, you’ll love this Weight Watchers Chicken Jambalaya Recipe! It’s the perfect meal to serve at any Mardi Gras feast, and it has just 7 Weight Watchers Points per serving, so you can enjoy yourself, while still staying on track with your weight loss plan. This a super easy recipe to make, and it still has all the flair of the traditional jambalaya recipe – just less fat and calories, making it lower in Weight Watcher Points. Packed with fiber and protein, this favorite New Orleans Recipe will fill you up without filling you with guilt. Give it a try and enjoy!
It’s just a few days away from Super Bowl Sunday, and I still have some great Weight Watchers Recipes that are manly enough for the boys to devour, but still easy on your diet! This Jalapeno Popper Recipe is really easy to make and taste so good that no one will have any idea they are eating a low calorie snack! These fabulous baked and battered little bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers are the perfect Super Bowl Recipe to share on game day. They are low on calories, but high in flavor and are sure to be a huge hit! There is such a nice variety of flavor layers in this recipe and they all coinside together perfectly. I’ve had the traditional fried jalapeno poppers before, but when I tried this baked version of bacon wrapped poppers, I thought I’d died and gone to heaven! Not only did it taste better than the fried, but it was waaaaay lower in fat and calories, so I could really enjoy them! With just 3 Weight Watchers Points + per serving, this Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Popper Recipe is a must have for your Super Bowl party menu!
I’ve got another fabulous Super Bowl Recipe to share for the big game on Sunday, and this one is sure to be a crowd pleaser. If you liked my Weight Watchers Buffalo Chicken Strips Recipe, you’ll love this Weight Watchers Buffalo Wings Recipe!! This delicious and easy to make Chicken Wings Recipe has a fabulous Blue Cheese Dip and a tangy buffalo sauce that is to die for. A good buffalo wings recipe is pretty much an essential for any good Super Bowl Party food, but if you are a Weight Watcher, traditional buffalo wing recipes can really rack up those Weight Watchers Points. But with this low Point wing recipe, you can really enjoy yourself! And as an added bonus, you are getting a fantastic Weight Watchers Blue Cheese Dip Recipe too! Plus, it’s SO yummy, all of the non-Weight Watchers will love it too!
Since the Fourth of July is coming up in just a few days, and just about everyone I know will be going to some kind of cookout, barbecue or picnic. I thought I’d share a few awesome, healthy, low calorie recipes that are easy to make and perfect for that 4th of July BBQ! So I’ve decided to devote this week’s posts entirely to yummy, yet low in Point Value, Fourth of July barbecue recipes! If you are looking for healthy barbecue foods to take to your holiday celebration, you’ve come to the right place. Make sure to stop back every day this week and check out my Weight Watcher Fourth of July Recipes!
My first 4th of July recipe is for the amazingly delicious Weight Watcher Cajun Chicken Wraps. With just a 3 Weight Watcher Point Value per serving, these babies are not only diet friendly, but they are SO good and so easy to share, making them a perfect Fourth of July picnic treat!
This sausage and chicken recipes is one of my fiancé’s all time favorites. And I like cooking it because it’s an easy recipe to prepare. Not to mention it’s delicious and a big serving is only 6 Weight Watchers POINTS! Gumbo, which is a local version of French bouillabaisse, has graced every proud Louisianan table at one time or another. And this lightened up version is just as tasty as the traditional delicacy of the bayou.
TIP: This homemade gumbo recipe can be prepared with fresh vegetables for a slightly more crunchy texture.