For as long as I can remember, Reuben sandwiches have been one of absolute favorite deli sandwiches. But as tasty as they are, they are CRAZY high in Weight Watchers Points. Remembering a Reuben Casserole that my mom used to make, I decided to try and put a lighter twist on it and see if I could come up with a delicious reuben casserole that had the same flavor profile as the traditional sandwich, but was a lot lower in Points. It ended up being pretty easy to do, and my light reuben casserole was absolutely delicious! The only thing I might do differently next time, is use shredded swiss cheese instead of the slices, just for aesthetic purposes. But at least using the slices makes it really easy to divide the servings. :) If you love a good reuben sandwich, this Weight Watchers Reuben Casserole Recipe is a must try.
My Red Cabbage Salad with Walnuts and Raisins is one of my good old reliable Weight Watchers Salad Recipes that I’ve relied on for whenever I need a pretty and tasty salad in just a few minutes. You get the crunch of the fresh cabbage combined with the sweet, chewy raisins, salty blue cheese, and the nutty walnuts, all just exploding with deliciousness in each bite. This salad also offers a great way to get in some heart healthy fats from the incredibly good for you walnuts. Each nicely sized serving is just 4 Points +, and it goes great paired with variety of meals. I’ll often add some chicken, hardboiled egg whites, and a slice of crumbled bacon if I want to bulk it up and have it as an entree salad. But it’s really versatile and works well with a variety of main courses. I highly recommend giving this cabbage salad a try!
Back when Weight Watchers was still using their old Points plan, I posted a Beef Tips in Mushroom Sauce Recipe. Since then, I’ve gotten a lot of feedback and questions about it, so I decided to re-make this dish, change it up a bit, and calculate the new Points + value. Even though it ends up being 10 Points + per serving, these beef tips were sooooooo good! If you are a meat lover, then this is absolutely worth the splurge in Points. It packs in tons of protein too, so it’s really a satisfying dish. Try serving it over some Miracle Noodle orzo for 0 Points +, or over your favorite rive or noodles for additional Points +. This is one easy Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipe that is a must make this fall/winter
This Cheesy Twice Baked Potatoes Recipe is a great idea to serve as a low calorie appetizer recipe or even as a low points side recipe. It’s really easy and tastes delicious, hello blue cheese!!! These cheesy potatoes taste just as good as the restaurants’ version, but with much less fact and calories. Each one has just 3 Points +, and is a great low calorie snack idea too! Enjoy!
With a bit of warmer weather coming my way lately, I started to fantasize about tasty summer salads and BBQ foods, and that got me thinking about potato salad recipes. I’ve been on the lookout for a good one that fits into my Weight Watchers Points range, but is still incredibly delicious and enjoyable for my friends who are not Weight Watchers. So when I found this deliciously low calorie Weight Watchers German Potato Salad Recipe, I was PSYCHED!! This potato salad is so full of flavor and the bacon adds such a nice dimension to the taste, I was really quite overwhelmed. And considering that the typical German Potato Salad Recipe can have as many as 12-15 Weight Watchers Points per serving, this 3 Point Recipe for potato salad is a real bargain! It’s creamy and crunchy and oh so heavenly. I simply made a few changes and substitutions to the traditional red potato salad recipe and managed to lower the Points value significantly, without sacrificing any of the fabulous taste. With a Weight Watchers Recipe for German Potato Salad this good, there’s no need to wait til Memorial day to make it!