A tasty and healthy snack recipe, these Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges are nothing short of delicious. With tons of flavor and zip, each satisfying serving has just a 2 Point Total. Double your serving and it’s only a 4 Point Total. This low calorie potato recipe is kind of like fancy french fries that can be served in many different ways. Wrap them in a cute little wrapper and serve them as a passed appetizer recipe, dish them up alongside one of my tasty, low calorie sandwich recipes as a great side dish idea, or whip up at batch on a Saturday night while you are watching movies for a healthy snack recipe. Anyway you serve them, they are sure to be a hit.
I LOOOOOVE sweet potatoes, so when I found this awesome recipe, I was psyched to give it a try! It’s super creamy and yummy, and loaded with fiber and antioxidants. This low calorie sweet potato soup is a perfect easy crock pot recipe for any weight watcher. It tastes great and is good for you too! Plus, it’s seasonal flavor makes it a wonderful soup to add to your collection of holiday crock pot recipes. Though this is not an official one of Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes, I think anyone watching their weight will truly enjoy this sweet potato soup.
This fantastically healthy Weight Watchers Sweet Potato Soup Recipe is the perfect dish to heat up as the temperature drops. It’s loaded with lots of vitamins and antioxidants and packs a lot of nutritional value for the 4 Weight Watchers Points that it carries. Not to mention, it’s incredibly yummy! It’s warm and creamy, and has such a delicious seasonal flavor, it’ll make a great Thanksgiving Recipe and Christmas Recipe. But of course, it’s perfect to serve at any time of the year! I love this soup because it adds a little variety in flavor compared to other soup recipes. Try serving it with a nice low Point salad for a tasty and healthy lunch!
This Weight Watchers Sweet Potato Chips Recipe is the perfect, low calorie snack for anyone following the Weight Watchers program, or anyone just trying to eat better. Sweet Potatoes are much higher in fiber, vitamins and antioxidants than regular potatoes, and lower in calories and carbohydrates. So by giving this fabulous Weight Watcher Recipe a try and baking these tasty Sweet Potato Chips yourself, you are still able to enjoy the feeling of chomping down on some tasty potato chips, but you are really having quite a healthy, low calorie snack! And this Baked Potato Chips Recipe is so easy to make, you’ll use it time and time again. It also makes a great healthy snack recipe to serve the kids, and is sure to liven up all of your parties and get-togethers. Truly one of the simplest and tastiest Weight Watchers Recipes that I’ve encountered during my years a s a member. Nothing beats a yummy (and healthy!) Homemade Potato Chips Recipe!
The time to make that yummy Thanksgiving feast, and I’m SO excited!!! Sweet potatoes or candied yams are one of my absolute FAVORITE Thanksgiving recipes. But this dish is usually LOADED with fat and calories, so I try to avoid it at all costs. However, after denying myself this tasty dish for so long, I became determined to find a way to make a healthy, low calorie version of it. And after many, many attempts, I finally found a truly unique Weight Watchers Thanksgiving Recipe for sweet potato pie that will please your eager taste buds, and has just 4 Points per serving!! This sweet potato recipe is so amazingly delicious that you’ll be incredibly surprised that it’s not only super low calorie, but that it’s incredibly good for you too, and loaded with fiber, vitamins and antioxidants. Good Weight Watchers Thanksgiving recipes are hard to find, so don’t let this one go untasted!! Seriously — you MUST try it!