Broccoli is one of the ultimate power foods. It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals and calcium and should definitely be incorporated into any diet plan. Here you’ll find a great collection of Broccoli Recipes that are easy to prepare and are low in Weight Watchers Points. So if you are looking for a good broccoli recipe to prepare for dinner tonight, checkout this fantastic recipe list!
Posted on April 17th, 2013
Not your typical cold, lettuce filled salad, this Baby Broccoli and Ricotta Salad is served warm, uses no lettuce at all, and is absolutely delicious. At 7 Points + for the entire salad, you are getting lots of heart healthy fats, and almost 10g of fiber. Not only is it insanely good for you, but the flavor combinations are perfect.
Posted on April 2nd, 2013
A couple of weeks ago at my Weight Watchers meeting, we talked about the importance of healthy fats and why your body (and your weight loss success!) depends upon them. I know that we all like to keep our Points low in the Weight Watchers Recipes that we make so that we can eat more foods throughout the day, but every now and then, it is important to spend those Points on some good, healthy fats.
Posted on March 14th, 2013
In yet another effort to get my kids to eat more vegetables and to try new foods, I whipped up this Shrimp and Goat Cheese Pasta Recipe last week and was overjoyed at how delicious it was! At just 6 Points + per serving, you get a mouthful of wonderful flavors that combine so perfectly. The goat cheese, basil, and garlic combination is absolutely delicious.
Posted on March 6th, 2013
Tom Kha Gai Soup, or Thai Coconut Soup, has always been one of absolute favorite foods. I salivate at the mere thought of it. Sweet, spicy, tangy….it has everything I adore. But restaurant versions can be way high in fat in calories,. not to mention, it gets expensive buying soup from Thai restaurants all the time! So I decided to make a healthier, Weight Watchers Tom Kha Gai Soup at home.
Posted on October 25th, 2012
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve enjoyed traditional BBQ faire, and coleslaw was always my favorite. But then when I learned that it’s a mayo based dressing and LOADED with fat, calories and cholesterol, I was disappointed. As a Weight Watchers member, I knew that I’d have to seriously limit my coleslaw intake.
Posted on August 16th, 2011
Indulging in Chinese fast food has always been a favorite past time of mine, which is one of many reasons why I’m now a Weight Watcher :). But being on the Weight Watchers plan doesn’t mean I have to give up my favorite foods, it just means I have to either A) Eat them sparingly or B) Find healthier, low Points ways of making them. Usually, I choose the latter because that means I get to eat my favorite foods more often. One of my go to healthy recipes that I rely on when I’m craving some Asian Noodles, is this Sesame Noodles with Vegetables.