Cheese & Vegetable Casserole Crock Pot Recipe – 3 Point Value

Crockpot Vegetable Casserole

Let’s face it, the Crock Pot is God’s gift to the busy woman. Every time I cook a meal in my slow cooker, it turns out so deliciously satisfying that I can barely believe it takes me only 5 minutes to throw some ingredients in a pot and produce an amazing meal! This cheese and vegetable casserole recipe is no exception. It’s so creamy and cheesy and only 3 Weight Watchers Points per serving! It makes a great substitute for macaroni and cheese and is an excellent comfort food. And if you aren’t a fan of vegetables, this is a great way to sneak in a serving (they are disguised with cheese!).

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Apple Pie Recipe – just 4 Point Value!

WW Apple Pie

Good old American apple pie. Who doesn’t love it? Can you imagine a Thanksgiving Dinner without it? I certainly can’t. And since I’m a big apple pie fan, I was determined to find a tasty, low calorie apple recipe that would be low in Weight Watchers Points, but still delicious enough to impress my dinner guests. I hit the jackpot with this one! Part apple pie recipe, part apple cobbler recipe, this dessert is a must for fall parties and dinners. Only 4 Weight Watchers Points per slice! Woo hoo!!

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Red Cabbage in Red Wine Sauce Recipe for Passover – 1 Point Value

Red Cabbage

Here’s another tasty Passover Recipe that’s amazingly yummy and very low in Weight Watchers Points. This will make a great side dish to your Passover meal and it tastes so good, your dinner guests probably won’t even know it’s low calorie! If you are following the Weight Watchers program, this traditional Jewish Passover recipe is a must try — you’ll love the unique flavor. Plus it’s very easy to prepare and the leftovers taste great cold too!

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Kosher for Passover Matzo Brei Recipe – 5 Point Value

Matzo Brei

Matzo is a traditional staple of the Jewish Passover meal. And since so much matzo is eaten during this holiday, it’s vital to find a variety of ways to eat it. This matzo brei recipe is one I learned from my future mother in law. She uses this Passover recipe every year, and serves the matzo brei for breakfast. This traditional Jewish recipe can be enjoyed plain or sprinkled with salt. Or try it with cinnamon sugar and reduced-calorie syrup. I personally enjoy my matzo brei served with a bit of low fat cottage cheese on top. There really are many different ways to prepare this Jewish Passover recipe and yet still be able to stay on track with your Weight Watchers Points. This matzo brei recipe is SO incredibly easy and really yummy too! Give it a try and impress your Jewish friends with this traditional Passover dish! And hey, even if you aren’t Jewish and don’t celebrate Passover, this is still a pretty tasty bite!

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Pepperoni Pizza Potato Skins Recipe – 4 Point Value

Finger Food

Finger food is such a pleasure to eat as an appetizer or a quick snack, and it’s so easy to make. But if you’re dieting, it’s incredibly easy to just keeping gulping down those finger foods, usually without even realizing it. These low calorie pepperoni pizza potato skins are a bit bigger than your typical finger food, so you’ll eat them slower. Plus, the potato base makes them more filling so you’ll eat less! Feel free to mix it up and try different variations of them by using different toppings like pineapple, mushrooms, bell peppers, olives, or onions, and substituting the pepperoni for sausage, ham, or BBQ chicken. If adding any of the last three options, just make sure to figure in the Points!

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Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pie Recipe – 7 Point Value


Mmmmmm…chocolate chip peanut butter pie…just typing those words is getting me all excited! I’m fantasizing about diving into a nice, creamy, decadent slice of chocolate peanut butter heaven. But when the average slice of your typical chocolate peanut butter pie clocks in at an average of 15-24 Weight Watchers Points, it’s definitely a dieting no-no. So when I found this mouth-watering Weight Watchers recipe, I was beyond thrilled! Granted, it is a small serving, but the pie is so indulgent and creamy that one small serving is enough to satisfy the craving for chocolate peanut buttery goodness!

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Crock Pot Beef and Broccoli Recipe – 8 Points +

Crock Pot Beef and Broccoli

When I think of beef and broccoli, I always think of traditional Chinese stir fry. But this tasty dish is made in a slow cooker or crock pot, and offers a whole new way to enjoy it! I really just adore crock pot recipes because they are so incredibly easy and so tasty, and this beef and broccoli recipe is no exception. The slow cooker really makes your meat so tender and juicy. And with just 8 Points +, it’s definitely a dish worth trying out. This is one dish that is a staple on my list of Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes.

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Homemade Melted Cherry Tomato Gourmet Pasta Sauce Recipe – 2 Point Value


In the spirit of my excitement over all the low calorie pasta recipes I’ve been making, here is a delicious gourmet pasta sauce recipe that is fresh, healthy and oh so yummy! This homemade pasta sauce sure beats the stuff from a jar and will “wow” your dinner guests. It was so tasty, I couldn’t stop eating it when I was cooking!! The sauce yields lots of heart healthy fiber, antioxidants and lycopene (which is one of the most potent antioxidants and is being investigated as a potential agent for the
prevention of cancers, including prostate cancer)

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Miracle Noodle Spicy Pasta Salad Recipe – 0 Point Value!!

Yes, that’s right, a pasta recipe that has just 0 Weight Watchers Points. I made this tasty dish using the super fabulous zero calorie Miracle Noodles that I discovered not too long ago. This pasta salad recipe, which is served cold, is great to take to a picnic or barbeque party, and makes a fantastic side dish for many different meats and poultry dishes. It’s easy to prepare, delicious and has barely any calories!

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Cheesy Spinach Mushroom Miracle Noodle Orzo Recipe – 0 Calories & 3 Point Value

Orzo Noodles

Not too long ago, I reviewed Miracle Noodle – a zero calorie noodle that can currently be ordered only online. I’ve been a big fan of the House Foods Shirataki Noodles for a long time now, and anything that can beat those was totally worth trying! So I got my hands on some Miracle Noodles, and here, as promised, here is my very first Miracle Noodle recipe! My own creation — a diet friendly, low calorie Orzo Recipe made with Miracle Noodle’s Orzo Pasta, which has zero calories! As soon as I heard about this miracle food, I was dying to give it a try. I mean a zero calorie noodle? It was too good to be true. Granted, it doesn’t taste exactly like regular pasta, but hey, compromising a bit of taste for a ton of calories is totally worth it in my book!

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Miracle Noodles – The Zero Calorie Pasta!?!

Shirataki Noodles

Yes, the Gods have finally answered my prayers….a ZERO calorie pasta has been created! When I first heard about Miracle Noodle and their no-calorie Shirataki noodles, I was hesitant to believe it was possible to have pasta that has no calories, yet my interest was piqued. I knew I had to try it. After reading through Miracle Noodle’s website, I learned a lot about these special Shirataki noodles. Unlike typical pasta noodles which are made from grain-based flours, and thus loaded with lots of calories and carbohydrates, Shirataki noodles are made from yam flour. So you wind up with gluten-free, calorie-free, low-carb pasta! Granted, the texture of these noodles is a bit different than regular pasta, but the taste is good, they are quite filling, and you can use these in a such wide variety of recipes. And when you think of the calories you’re saving, it’s a fantastically fair trade.

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Basque Style Chicken Stew Crock Pot Recipe – 4 Point Value

Crock Pot Chicken Stew

This is a fabulous chicken stew recipe for a crock pot or slow cooker. And with only 4 Weight Watchers Points, it’s hard to imagine that stew with this much flavor can be made so quickly and easily! Plus, this stew recipe is packed with mostly vegetables and meat making it high in fiber and protein, and low in carbohydrates and calorie – perfect! I also found it to be very filling. It heats up well too, so it makes a great diet friendly lunch to take to work for the next day.

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