This Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta tastes so unbelievably good, it’ll be hard to believe that each serving is just 6 Points +. I mean, come on….look at the title of the dish…Chicken. Bacon. Ranch. Pasta. What’s not love here?!? The creamy, ranch flavored cheese sauce brings together the flavors of the crisp, salty bacon and the juicy chicken breast, which is sautéed in a bit of bacon drippings. DELICIOUS, I tell you! Yes, this dish “costs” a bit more than I’d like at 6 Points + for a 1 cup serving, but it is so heavenly, I feel like I’m being bad, and, well, that makes me feel pretty good. :) Increase your serving size, if you’d like, and make this a 4 serving recipe and then each serving would be 9 Points +. If you pair this Weight Watchers pasta recipe with some 0 Points roasted veggies and a very light salad, then this would be an amazing, guilt free meal!
I’m gonna get right to the point here..this Broccoli and Cheddar Stuffed Chicken Breasts Recipe was ridiculously good. The chicken was so tender and juicy, and the filling was creamy, cheesy, broccoli heaven. Everything was perfectly flavored, and it made for fantastic leftovers. Getting the chicken artfully rolled up without all the yummy filling oozing out can be a bit of a task, but for such a delicious meal at just 5 Points + per serving, it is absolutely worth it. I’m a firm believer that cheese makes just about anything good, and this Weight Watchers chicken recipe is no exception. Seriously, it’s really, really delicious. Go make it…now!!
Treat yourself to a chicken recipe with a tropical flair! These crispy and delicious Coconut Chicken Tenders are a great way to shake things up. Tender, juicy chicken breast strips, breaded in shredded coconut, and then crisped to perfection in coconut oil. By using half Panko and half coconut, this Weight Watchers chicken recipe stays flavorful, yet still low in Points. I also love the added flavor that the coconut oil brings to this dish. You could use olive oil, if you’d prefer. At just 6 Points + per serving, this easy recipe works as an appetizer or main course, and is sure to be hit. Try serving with sweet chili sauce or pineapple salsa. Delish!
This unique twist on a tamale turns a popular Mexican meal into a classic American-style comfort dish that is positively delicious. A base of cornbread mixed with corn, green chilies and fresh jalapeños, topped with shredded chicken, enchilada sauce and cheese, come together to put a tamale into casserole form for just 6 Points + per serving. It’s a quick and easy dish to prepare, and heats up great the next day too. This was so good, and so satisfying…it was a great Weight Watchers Dinner Recipe that the whole family could enjoy.
Treat yourself to an easy weeknight dinner recipe that the whole family will love! This Slow Cooker Asian Chicken and Noodles Recipe serves up chicken that has been slow cooking all day in a delightfully flavorful Asian-inspired sauce, and is ever so tender and juicy. It’s served atop Japanese soba noodles and fresh broccoli, which are prepared just before serving. Everything comes together so nicely, and tastes incredible. It’s a great no muss, no fuss dish that is only 7 Points + per serving. And it reheats really well the next day, too! This could easily be made with beef, pork, or tofu instead of the chicken, if preferred. I’ll definitely be making this one again and again.
The only food other than pizza that I absolutely obsess over, is buffalo chicken wings. Mostly, it’s the sauce that I crave, and I will pretty much eat buffalo chicken flavored anything. I simply CANNOT resist. So at home, I love to experiment with new buffalo chicken recipes that are delicious but still Weight Watchers friendly. Recently, I whipped up some of these Buffalo Chicken Meatballs and they were truly out of this world! So easy to make, and a lot less messy than wings! Plus each 4 meatball serving was only 4 Points +! I actually made these for my husband and I for dinner one night, so I made 24 large meatballs. You can make this into a low calorie mini meatball appetizer recipe by forming the meat mixture into 36-40 mini meatballs instead of 24. Serve them with toothpicks, and they will for sure be a guaranteed hit at any party! While Frank’s Red Hot Sauce is my hot sauce of choice for this Weight Watchers Recipe, feel free to use any kind you’d like, as long as it has no fat or carbs like Frank’s. If you are a fan of buffalo chicken wings, I highly recommend giving this Buffalo Chicken Meatballs Recipe a try immediately!
Get a taste of old-world style in these delicious Polish Chicken Meatball Patties. So tender and juicy, they are wonderfully seasoned and are sure to make any Polish mother proud. Made from lean ground chicken breast, they are a lot lighter than their traditional counterparts. Each 4 patty serving will cost you just 5 Points +, which is pretty great. I like to serve them with some warm, whole wheat pita bread, but they also work really well over steamed brown rice too. Enjoy!
Forgot to plan dinner tonight? If so, this easy Sweet Balsamic Chicken Recipe is the way to go! It’s a super easy chicken dish with ingredients that you most likely have on hand. It can be prepared quickly and delivers a wonderfully moist, tender chicken that is incredibly flavorful. The sweetness of the vanilla and orange are a wonderful contrast to the rich tang of the balsamic. And when the chicken soaks up the incredible flavors from sauce while cooking, the result is a wonderful Weight Watchers chicken recipe that the whole family will enjoy. In a pinch, I’ve used red onions instead of shallots, honey instead of brown sugar, and fresh squeezed orange juice instead of store bought…all resulted in a great dish. I like to add in some chopped vegetables with the chicken and the sauce before cooking, and then serve over some whole wheat couscous….it’s AMAZING, and a great way to give those veggie servings some serious flavor.
This incredibly easy Coconut Garlic Chicken Recipe has become my new, favorite go-to chicken recipe when I need a fast and simple Weight Watchers Dinner that tastes unbelievably delicious, while only using a handful of ingredients. A friend of mine, who is Filipino and an amazing cook, told me about this chicken dish that his mom used make for him that made his mouth water every time he thought about it. Of course, I harassed him for the recipe, and made him call his mom to find out what was in it. She didn’t give me an exact recipe, but listed the ingredients. When reviewing just these few simple ingredients, I was admittedly skeptical that this was going to be such a “mouth-watering” dish as my friend had touted. But I played around with the ingredients, and after a few attempts, the end result was this UNBELIEVABLY delicious chicken that was not only a healthy and low Points recipe at just 5 Points + per serving, but it was one of the quickest and easiest chicken recipes I’ve ever made. You get a mild sweet, coconut flavor with a hint of acidity and a savory garlic taste. Total perfection. I served it over some steamed brown rice, which soaked up that extra sauce, and some roasted asparagus for one seriously tasty dinner. I will absolutely be making this dish again and again!
I have always been a fan of Jamie Oliver, so when I came across his unique Chicken in Milk Recipe, I was eager to give it a try and see if I could make more of a Weight Watchers chicken recipe. It’s a really simple dish that requires just a handful of ingredients. Yet the combination of all the flavors and textures really creates a mouthwatering result. One thing I want to point out is that the milk WILL and is SUPPOSED to curdle from the lemon zest. It makes the sauce look a little funny, but taste oh so good. I made this milk chicken with both chicken thighs and breasts because my family has different meat preferences, but to keep it lighter, you can stick with just the breasts. Serve this chicken and the sauce over wilted greens or potatoes, making sure to utilize that delicious, milky broth!
Orange Flavored Chicken is one of my all time favorite Chinese foods. But given that it’s dish that is usually breaded, deep fried chicken in a thick, sweet and sticky sauce, it’s not really the best choice if you are following the Weight Watchers plan. So in order to have my orange chicken and eat it too, I put together a much healthier and lighter version that clocks in at just 4 Points + per serving. Plus, it is an incredibly easy recipe, taking less than 30 minutes to prepare. By sautéing instead of deep frying, and creating a lighter sauce, you still get fantastic flavor but for a LOT less fat, calories and carbs. It’s surprisingly quick and easy to make, and works wonderfully served over steamed brown rice and broccoli. Admittedly, this Light Orange Chicken was so good that one serving just wasn’t enough for me, so I ate two serving with no rice, which ended up at 9 Points +. Still way less than what I’d eat at a restaurant, so overall, Id say that’s pretty awesome.
Perfect for a fast and easy weeknight Weight Watchers dinner recipe, this Onion Honey Dijon Chicken gets the job done, and done well! It’s mildly sweet and tangy, and the chicken comes out perfectly tender and juicy. Each serving is just 4 Points +, making it as guilt free as it is delicious. Serve over rice or pasta and pair with a fresh salad or roasted vegetables for a complete meal. If you aren’t concerned about Points, then I recommend also throwing in a few chicken thighs as well. They are SO juicy and flavorful in this recipe. Enjoy!