Get a big taste of the season with this marvelous Rosemary Chicken Lasagna Recipe and feel no guilt. This lighter version delivers all the fantastic flavors of a more fattening lasagna, but for just 6 Points + per serving. Using whole wheat noodles helps add more fiber and protein which really make this a satisfying serving. The bold rosemary perfectly seasons everything and the touch of lemon zest on top gives it a lovely hint of citrus flair without being overpowering. It’s truly an exceptional Weight Watchers Lasagna Recipe that is perfect for fall and winter. I served min with some roasted asparagus spears and a light salad, and everyone raved about it. Enjoy!
Lasagna has always been one of my favorite comfort food recipes, so I was excited to experiment with a fall lasagna recipe that I had been dreaming/salivating over for months. My Roasted Butternut Squash Lasagna was definitely a hit and it captured all the seasonal flavors I was craving. By roasting the butternut squash, it gets nicely caramelized, which adds a wonderful flavor. So while this step does add some extra time to the preparation, it is absolutely worth it. I also prefer to leave the squash kinda chunky when I mash it, because I like the texture. But if you’d rather puree it or make it smoother, by all means, do so! You just may need to add a bit more broth to thin it out. Here’s a shot of the inside of mine:
And at just 6 Points + for each delicious, cheese covered serving, this Weight Watchers Fall Recipe is a must try.
Spinach and mushroom lasagna is one of absolute favorite dishes. It’s loaded with good for you ingredients and is so cheesy and creamy. But aside from the fact that this dish is made with healthy vegetables, most traditional Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna Recipes can be loaded with extra fat, calories and carbs. So I played around with the ingredients, and created my own take on this popular vegetarian lasagna. My healthier, lower calorie version is nothing short of delicious and boasts just 8 Points + for a very nicely sized serving. It still has all the creamy, cheesy goodness that you’d expect, but with a lot less of the fat and calories. Using whole wheat lasagna noodles also helped to add in additional protein and fiber, so this ends up being one pretty filling meal. The bechamel sauce is key in this Weight Watchers lasagna recipe, so make sure to get the texture just right. Start by adding in the milk, and then very, very GRADUALLY add in the broth. You may not need any, or you may need it all. But you just don’t want the sauce too thin, or too thick. If it’s too thin, just whisk in a little extra flour. This dish does take some extra effort, I know, but it is soooooo worth it. Enjoy!
I got rid of the noddles in this Noodle-Free Lasagna Recipe, and used grilled zucchini and Portabella mushrooms instead, and it was a HUGE hit! The lasagna tasted amazing and the noodles weren’t missed a bit. The key was to still use good mozzarella cheese (not fat free) and use real ground beef instead of ground turkey. This helps to keep all of the amazing flavors of a traditional lasagna that we all love. But using the grilled vegetables instead of noodles helped to cut down on a lot of the calories and carbohydrates while adding additional fiber and protein. It’s important to note that salting and grilling the zucchini and mushrooms is a must-do…this helps to eliminate much of the water from the vegetables (and also adds a wonderful flavor!). If you don’t salt and grill the veggies beforehand, the lasagna will be very, very watery. So don’t skip that step! This Noodle Free Lasagna was seriously SO good, my husband even stated that we should never use noodles again when making lasagna. Each nicely sized serving is just 6 Points +, making it a fantastic idea for a Weight Watchers lasagna recipe that won’t use up a lot of your daily Points. Enjoy!
Who says lasagna can only be cooked in a casserole dish? This super yummy vegetarian lasagna recipe is made easy by using a crock pot instead of the traditional oven and baking dish. It’s loaded with protein and veggies, and saves all the Points for the good stuff….the CHEESE. This recipe doesn’t skimp – it’s made with 3 cups of reduced fat mozzarella. Each nicely sized serving is just 8 Points +, which is a pretty good bargain for a big hunk of cheesy lasagna! Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner idea that’s not only delicious, but is a healthy meal that the whole family will enjoy.
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This delicious low calorie lasagna recipe is one of my all time favorites! Made with Gorgonzola cheese and caramelized onions, it is super yummy. But because it’s bulked up with veggies and uses whole wheat lasagna noodles, it’s a lot lower in fat and calories than traditional lasagna recipes. Also, there’s no meat, so it’s a great Vegetarian Lasagna Recipe too! Each nicely sized serving is just 5 Points +, so pair it with a low Points salad, and you’ve got yourself a healthy and light dinner that tastes fantastic!! Using Gorgonzola, instead of a traditional mozzarella adds such a decadent flavor to the lasagna, while still keeping the recipe light. This dish was a hit with the whole family!
This Roasted Vegetable Lasagna Recipe puts a new twist on a favorite Italian dish. Traditional lasagna recipes can be a weighty issue – loaded with fat and calories. But this Weight Watchers Recipe offers a healthier, new version that tastes fantastic but has a lot less calories and fat and has just 5 Weight Watchers Points per serving. Plus, the vegetables provide tons of fiber and antioxidants, and help keep the Points value low, while still making the serving a good sized portion. If you want to try a healthy lasagna recipe that is so yummy, the whole family will enjoy it, then this Weight Watchers Roasted Vegetable Lasagna Recipe is the one to try!
Start the new year off right with this delicious and healthy Chicken and Spinach Lasagna Recipe from Weight Watchers. It’s loaded with fiber, protein, and tons of vitamins and minerals — so not only is it low in Points, but it’s really good for you too! This fabulous pasta recipe is full of delicious flavors and has so many beautiful colors that it is something your whole family will enjoy and will be a fantastic dinner presentation. With 8 Weight Watchers Points per serving, this healthy lasagna recipe would work great served with a low calorie or low Point salad, or perhaps even my 1 Point Weight Watchers Garlic Bread! Whether you are starting off a new diet, restarting an old one, or just trying to eat better, this Weight Watchers Recipe should be a staple in your recipe book. It will NOT disappoint!