Sunday morning breakfast is always a lot of fun for me. We usually have no where urgent to go, and my husband keeps an eye on the kids so that I can take my time and cook up something tasty. During one of my recent Sunday mornings in the kitchen while trying to use up some produce before it went bad, I played around a bit with an old breakfast casserole recipe that had been given to me, and I came up with a MUCH lighter version that tasted fantastic! Each serving is just 5 Points +, and because it’s loaded with fiber and protein, this dish is incredibly filling. Pair it with some zero Points + fruit for a complete healthy, low calorie Sunday morning breakfast. Enjoy!
This delicious Roast Leg of Lamb Recipe will make the perfect centerpiece to your Easter Dinner this year. Full of vibrant and fresh flavors, the meat is paired with some zero Points Plus vegetables and a fabulous herb sauce. It’s such an amazing lamb recipe – no one will ever know that it’s low calorie too! And though it’s not an official one of Weight Watchers Easter Recipes, it’s a fantastic main dish recipe for any dieter who wants to enjoy the savory flavors of spring while still keeping track of their weight loss goals. Each serving, has just 6 Points +, which isn’t too bad considering we are talking about a nicely sized serving of lamb and veggies, dressed with a creamy herb sauce. If you are still looking for a low calorie meat recipe to put on your Easter table this year, give this one a shot!
This tasty Easter side dish recipe is the perfect accompaniment to the Easter main dish recipe that I posted yesterday! It’s a fantastically delicious Weight Watchers Recipe for Wild Rice, Barley, and Asparagus Pilaf and it has just 1 Weight Watcher Point per serving! It’s easy to make and is loaded with heart healthy fiber, protein and vitamins. I love that this rice recipe doesn’t look or taste like it’s low calorie and actually good for you. Whether it’s with you Easter dinner, or any meal for that matter, this Wild Rice, Barley and Asparagus Recipe is definitely a great choice – your whole family will love it!
With Easter coming up soon, it’s time to start thinking about low calorie Easter Dinner Recipes that are delicious enough for the whole family, but low in Weight Watchers Points. And I think this Weight Watchers Stuffed Leg of Lamb Recipe is the perfect choice! Lamb is such great fare for Easter. It’s tender, sweet and incredibly easy to prepare. You simply pop it in a hot oven and it’s done with very little trouble. The meat itself has such wonderful flavors, that very little seasoning needs to be applied. This Easter, give this tasty Weight Watcher Leg of Lamb Recipe a try and enjoy the meal without using up all your Weight Watchers Points! Also, check back tomorrow for a tasty Easter side dish recipe that goes amazingly well with the lamb!
Everyone loves a good meatball…they are such a tasty appetizer and are perfect for any party or celebration. And this spicy BBQ meatball recipe is sure to be a hit at your holiday celebration this year! They are so easy to make and each serving of 2 meatballs is just 1 Weight Watchers Point. By making a few substitutions in the tradition hors d’ouvre recipe, its now much lower in fat and calories but still tastes fantastic, making it a wonderful Weight Watchers Holiday Recipe to serve this year. These juicy little meatballs taste so good, no one will even know that they are eating less calories than most all other meatball recipes! If you are a Weight Watcher and you want a healthy, low Point appetizer to prepare for your holiday bash, put this awesome holiday appetizer recipe into action!
With the passing of yet another Halloween sugar induced candy coma, I couldn’t let this holiday get too far past without writing about an amazing Weight Watchers Halloween candy recipe! I swear, I will eat almost ANYTHING that is chocolate-raspberry flavored, so when I found this Weight Watchers candy recipe for chocolate-raspberry cups, I thought I had died and gone to heaven. With just 1 Weight Watchers Point per serving, I couldn’t wait to give these babies a try! They looked so cute and are a perfect treat to take to a holiday party or get together. I am planning on making them for Christmas and using some decorations on top to make them festive. The best thing is, these chocolate-raspberry cups are so rich and decadent, that it’s easy to feel satisfied after eating just 1 or 2. So this year, stay away from your kids’ bag of Snickers and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and make your own gourmet, diet-friendly candy! You’ll be really glad you gave this Weight Watchers Halloween candy recipe a try!