This incredibly satisfying and hearty Weight Watchers dinner recipe, is perfect to warm you up on a chilly fall evening. The tender and juicy ground beef is wonderfully seasoned, uniquely including a hint of cinnamon, and is served with whole wheat orzo and a delicious tomato sauce. Adding the feta crumbles on top also gives this dish a deliciously distinctive flair, adding a bit of salty savory-ness to the slightly sweet flavor of the sauce and beef. It cooks quickly and easily, and goes great when paired with a light salad and/or fresh roasted vegetables. 8 Points + is a great bargain for this ground beef recipe, considering how filling it is! Enjoy.
Lately my kids have been all about eating cod. And if my kids are on a roll with eating healthy fish, then I’m going to ride that train for as long as I can! So today’s Weight Watchers fish recipe is a Baked Cod with Olive and Tomato Tapenade that is truly incredible. The briny olives combined with the warm, acidic tomatoes makes for a delicious, yet light topping for the mild cod fish. Plus, the fish cooks so quickly, so this dinner can be put together with minimal time, which makes my life much easier during hectic weeknights. If you want to make your own olive tapenade, you can. But I like to keep things easy and just buy it pre made. Trader Joe’s has a good one – it’s in the refrigerated section. But many stores also offer a lot of jarred options too, which can be found where the cans of olives are. At a mere 4 Points + per serving, this Weight Watchers Recipe has become one of my favorites!
This quick and easy pork story-fry recipe is not only a breeze to prepare, it’s incredibly delicious! The pork is simmered in a simple, yet flavorful ginger soy broth and is sautéed with bell peppers, onions, and bean sprouts. Feel free to add some other vegetables, as you desire…I just wanted to keep it simple and didn’t feel like doing a lot of chopping. But the Pork Chop Suey works great with water chestnuts, broccoli, carrots, green onions, snap peas and zucchini. You can serve this over noodles, or Miracle Noodles, if you want to bulk it up more too. At just 7 Points +, this delicious Weight Watchers Pork Recipe is always a family favorite around here. Enjoy!
Peanut Butter and chocolate lovers are going to LOVE today’s Fabulous Food Find. It’s PB2’s new version of powdered peanut butter with premium chocolate for just 1 Points +! Now, I know the idea of peanut butter in powdered form may have you raising an eyebrow…I did too…until I tasted it. 2 tablespoons of the powdered mix, combined with water to create a delicious, creamy and decadent chocolate peanut butter blend. Spread it on toast, fruits, veggies…the possibilities are endless. You can use Chocolate PB2 with just about any other form of liquid, like shakes and smoothies, and you can use it in baking or cooking too. It’s incredibly versatile! And at just 1 Points Plus per serving, Chocolate PB2 is a dream come true.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – I LOVE MY CROCKPOT. With two young kids, I am busy…constantly. And cooking a healthy Weight Watchers Recipe in my crockpot, can make getting dinner together an absolute breeze. This Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe is one of the kids’ favorites, and it’s just 6 Points + per serving (without the toppings). I just throw in all of the ingredients in the morning, then come dinner time, it’s ready to go! That long, slow simmering process gives the fiberrific soup such fantastic flavor, which I love. Of course, no chicken tortilla soup would be complete without some toppings, so feel free to add on whatever you like – just make sure you calculate the extra Point or two that it may add. Here are some great topping suggestions: avocado slices, reduced fat shredded Montery Jack cheese, sour cream, jalapeño slices, diced red onion, crumbled tortilla chips, chopped cilantro and lime wedges. Yum!
This ridiculously easy Lemon Parmesan Arugula Salad is not only a delicious Weight Watchers Salad that clocks in at just 2 Points + per serving, but is incredibly versatile and pairs so well with just about any main course. I often refer to this as a “base salad” because you can enjoy it as is, or add a variety of other amazing ingredients to it. For protein, try adding chicken, salmon, steak, lentils or garbanzo beans. And for extra veggies you can toss in some cherry tomatoes, red onions, sliced bell peppers, peas or roasted zucchini slices. This is truly a great Weight Watchers Recipe to have in your bag of tricks. Enjoy!
In this delicious and easy Weight Watchers Chicken Recipe, standard chicken breasts get a serious facelift with a wonderful, crispy, spicy crust coating. Chopped buttery pecans and whole wheat panko breadcrumbs are blended with chipotle pepper seasoning and orange zest to add a wonderful, nutty and spicy crust. The coated chicken fillets are then pan fried with barely any oil at all, relying on the natural fats of the pecans to help the frying process. The end result is a healthy and incredible flavorful chicken dish that offers a buttery crisp, with a hint of citrus and a kick of heat. All this mouth-watering flavor for just 6 Points + per serving!
If you’ve ever been a fan of Fruit Roll-Ups or other fruit leathers, you are going to be super excited about today’s Fabulous Food Find! Veggie-Go’s Chewy Fruit and Vegetable Snacks are the much healthier and lighter version of store bought fruit leathers, like Fruit Roll-Ups. Now you can enjoy snacking on a tasty treat that is completely void of artificial ingredients, artificial colors, preservatives, and the other garbage that today’s foods are sadly filled with. Veggie-Go’s are organic, Non-GMO, have no added sugar, are Vegan and are 0 Points Plus each! Oh, and they are delicious. Perfect for kids’ lunch boxes or after school snacks too. I love stashing a few of these in my purse for when I need a quick, healthy treat. Keep reading to learn more…
Salads don’t always have to be cold! This delicious Warm Mushroom and Asparagus Salad Recipe is a breeze to make, with minimal ingredients and cook time, plus it tastes fantastic. Most people either love or hate mushrooms, so to make this Weight Watchers side dish recipe, you’ve gotta be a mushroom lover, as the lovely, earthy taste of the mushrooms is beautifully featured. The crisp asparagus is the perfect complement to the tender mushrooms, and the simple vinaigrette brings everything together without being too over-bearing. At just 2 Points +, this easy vegetable side dish offers a delicious way to get in those veggie servings, and works great with just about any main course.
A simple and light side dish recipe that packs quite a punch are these delicious Greek Roasted Lemon Potatoes. The amazing bright lemon flavor is accentuated with garlic and oregano to give it a hint of Greek flair. This takes just minutes to prepare and goes well with just about anything, so it’s become a staple around here! This Weight Watchers potato recipe was a huge hit with the whole family, and each serving is just 4 Points +. If you don’t mind an extra Point, try adding a tbsp of reduced fat feta cheese crumbles to each serving – it’s incredibly good. This makes for a perfect, hearty side dish that still feels light and flavorful. Enjoy!
There’s nothing I love more than a dish that’s quick and easy to throw together, yet is tremendously flavorful. This Spicy Bok Choy Recipe is a perfect example. Inspired by a recipe I found at PopSugar, I put together this delicious bok choy side dish recipe in minutes. I’ve always felt that baby bok choy is one of those often overlooked vegetables, so I love finding an opportunity to incorporate it into my diet. It has a much more mild flavor as opposed to other leafy greens like chard and kale, and is still full of nutrients. In this Weight Watchers recipe, the bok choy head is simply halved and then seared in a wonderful peanut, soy, and sriracha based sauce. And each serving is just 2 Points +!
Lately, my schedule has been packed, and my days overflowing with tasks. So, I’ve fallen a bit behind in my menu planning for each week and often have to rely on whatever foods I have in the fridge/freezer/pantry to whip up a tasty and healthy Weight Watchers dinner. And I often have to do this in 30 minutes or less. When this situation arises, it’s recipes like this Creamy Dijon Chicken Recipe that save me. Not only is it quick, easy, and delicious, it requires minimal ingredients, minimal prep AND is just 5 Points + per serving. The creamy sauce is so tangy and flavorful, and it all goes perfectly over potatoes, rice or quinoa. When you need something fast, fabulous, and low in Points, this Creamy Dijon Chicken Recipe is your ticket! Enjoy.