Here at LaaLoosh, I have a wonderful collection of Mexican Recipes that are perfect for anyone following the Weight Watchers program but still wants to enjoy their favorite Mexican dishes! They are easy to make and low in calories, so give one a try!
Posted on May 7th, 2013
If you adore the flavors of Mexican food, then you are going to want to give this Mexican Meatballs Recipe a try, asap. Made with lean ground turkey and a bit of ground pork, these moist and juicy meatballs are served in a spicy roasted tomatillo and chipotle pepper sauce that is sure to give your taste buds a serious kick.
Posted on March 18th, 2013
If you love crisy, fried taquitos or flautas, then you are going to LOVE today’s low calorie Baked Taquitos Recipe. Recently, I came across this Baked Chicken and Spinach Flautas Recipe at Healthy Delicious, and thought this was amazing idea. Why have I not thought of this myself!?
Posted on February 13th, 2013
Chicken Fajitas have always been a family favorite around here. My son loves assembling his own fajita, and I love that he’s eating something so healthy. To make this dish Weight Watchers friendly, I made a few adjustments to how the dish is cooked, but I also put together a tomato, lime, and garlic topping to use instead of sour cream or guacamole.
Posted on January 31st, 2013
Got some leftover chili on hand? Well, here’s an amazing Tamale Pie Recipe that you can use it in to create a super quick, easy and low calorie dinner. Basically, this is a Weight Watchers casserole recipe consists of layers of polenta, chili, corn salsa and cheese. Um….YUM. Just by layering a few prepared ingredients, you’ll get one tasty casserole that the whole family will love.
Posted on January 24th, 2013
I call these Light Cheese Nachos my “Bad Girl Nachos” because they taste SO good, but feel so bad. Seriously, when you eat them, you may feel like you are cheating on your diet. But one half of the entire platter is just 6 Points +, which is waaaaay better than the typical restaurant nachos. These are made with real cheese, and fresh ingredients.
Posted on January 3rd, 2013
One of my favorite things about entrees from a Mexican restaurant are the sides of rice and beans that come along with it. Since I’m a huge fan of Mexican food, I’ve pretty much become addicted to these popular side dishes. However, the restaurant version of Spanish rice isn’t so Weight Watchers friendly.