Pineapple Grilled Halibut Recipe – 4 Point Value


It’s a Labor day Weekend! Why not throw a fabulous end-of-summer party with minimal effort and minimal calories? Try this super delicious Labor Day Recipe that’s great for a holiday barbecue or anytime, for that matter! Homemade barbecue, creamy side salads and rich desserts don’t have to add on the pounds this Labor Day – you can serve your guests healthy recipes with very little effort at all. This tangy and sweet grilled halibut recipe is a perfect dish to serve this Labor Day Weekend. It’s healthy, delicious and clocks in at just 4 Weight Watchers Points per serving.

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Super Easy Roasted Bell Peppers Side Dish Recipe – 0 Point Value

Roasted Peppers Side Dish

This side dish recipe is an old standby of mine. Probably because it’s SO fast, SO easy and is SO incredibly delicious! Plus, it is loaded with healthy vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and boasts 0 Weight Watchers Points per serving. Each time I make it, I’m really amazed at how incredibly flavorful the peppers are with barely any other ingredients added to them. If you want a quick, easy and super healthy, low calorie side dish recipe that is so beautifully colorful, it will surely jazz up the aesthetics of your meal, this is one recipe you MUST try! This also makes a wonderful vegetarian recipe or even vegan recipe for all your friends who don’t eat food with faces. :)

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Crock Pot Black Bean Chili Recipe – 4 Point Value


When I was young, I was never really a big fan of chili recipes. I always thought there were too many beans. And I hate most beans — lima beans, kidney beans, pinto beans — gross. However, the one type of bean I actually like is black beans. So, determined to find a good chili recipe that I liked, that was easy to make and that was also low calorie, healthy, and made for a good Weight Watchers recipe, I experimented until I developed a healthy chili recipe that was delicious, low calorie and not overcome with beans! This crock pot chili recipe not only tastes amazing, but it’s full of fiber, protein, vitamin A and vitamin C, while still being incredibly low in fat and calories. This is an amazing Weight Watchers chili recipe that your whole family will love. Give it a try!

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Garlic Toast Recipe – 1 Point Value

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Looking for a quick and easy garlic bread recipe that’ll knock your taste buds off and still keep you within your Weight Watchers Points range? Try my guilt free Weight Watchers Garlic Toast Recipe and enjoy that crunchy, buttery, garlic-y delight without consuming all the extra fat and calories. The nutritional stats on most garlic toast recipes can be pretty darn scary, but this 1 Weight Watchers Point Recipe satisfies your craving for garlic bread without ruining your diet.

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Chicken Wings in Teriyaki Sauce Crock Pot Recipe – 2 Point Value

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I have always been a big fan of wings — buffalo wings, BBQ wings, teriyaki wings — I am an equal opportunity wing eater. Bit when I learned the nutritional value of most wings, I pretty much figured that I could never again enjoy that chicken wing yuminess without totally destroying my Weight Watchers Diet Plan. When I found this awesome crock pot recipe — a delicious Teriyaki Wings recipe for just 2 Weight Watchers Points, I was beyond excited. I HIGHLY recommend giving this tasty chicken wing recipe a try. Because it’s cooked in the slow cooker for so long, the meat REALLY soaks up the sauce and becomes so moist and tender and full of flavor. These teriyaki wings are better than most of the wings I’ve had a restaurants!! And yet, they are low in Weight Watchers Points, and are one of the best low calorie recipes for wings that I’ve ever found! Keep checking LaaLoosh for more tasty wing recipes like my low Point Buffalo Wings Recipe and my low Point Honey BBQ Wings Recipe!

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Crock Pot Chicken Parmesan Recipe – 6 Point Value

Weight Watchers Chicken Parmesan Recipe

Chicken Parmesan is one of my most favorite Italian recipes. And when I found this Weight Watchers crock pot recipe for it, I was so excited to give it a try! It’s amazing — so deliciously cheesy and yet it has just 6 Weight Watchers Points per serving. This traditional Italian recipe makes a a great dinner for the whole family. Try serving it up with a low calorie salad or some steamed vegetables. Or, serve it on top of a cup of 0 Calorie Miracle Noodles and Voila — a low calorie Italian feast for just a handful of Weight Watchers Points!

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Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe – 1 Point Value

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There’s nothing that feels better when you’re sick (or really, anytime for that matter) than a good old fashioned bowl of homemade chicken soup. But with this Weight Watchers chicken noodle soup recipe, you can still enjoy a traditional homemade soup, yet still be able to avoid lots of extra fat and calories and stay within your Points range. Make a big batch of chicken noodle soup in your crock pot for the whole family! Or freeze individual servings for later — this is one of may favorite things to do. That way, you’ll have some prepared meals on hand for emergencies. And by emergency, I mean feeling too lazy to cook. You can just pop one out of the freezer and reheat! This Weight Watchers crock pot recipe is so easy to prepare and makes such a yummy, low calorie chicken soup!

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Creamy Chicken and Mushrooms Macaroni Crock Pot Recipe – 5 Point Value

I love cooking with a crock pot — it’s just so fast and easy. And quite honestly, I’m lazy a lot of the time, so I just don’t always have the energy to prepare fancy, yet laborious meals. But since I’m following the Weight Watchers plan, cooking at home is the best and easiest way to control my Points. So all of these awesome Weight Watchers crock pot recipes have been my life saver :). And if you are a pasta lover like me, you know hard it is to find good pasta recipes that aren’t too many Points. This pasta crock pot recipe is truly one of my favorites. It’s so yummy and creamy and is such a great comfort food. It’s fast and easy to make and is a great dish to take along to a potluck. Each filling serving yields just 5 Weight Watchers Points so you won’t break your Points bank by digging in. If you want something hearty and filling but without the extra fat and calories, this low Points crock pot recipe is a must try! Give it a shot!

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4th of July Hamburger Recipe – 4 Point Value

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One of my most favorite 4th of July BBQ foods is a good old fashioned, fresh from the grill hamburger or cheeseburger! Unfortunately, those burgers can come with some pretty hefty nutritional stats. But my recipe is so amazingly delicious, it will knock your socks off! And don’t worry — it’s not a veggie burger or even a turkey burger — it’s a real, honest-to-goodness real beef hamburger! It’s the perfect Weight Watchers Fourth of July recipe to use if you are following the Weight Watchers plan, but still want to partake in all the holiday BBQ yumminess! This is definitely you’ll want to add to your 4th of July picnic’s menu!

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Asparagus Cherry Tomato Salad Recipe – 0 Point Value

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This cool, tangy, 0 Point salad is quick and easy to make, and it tastes great. Plus, it looks so light and refreshing! It’s a perfect side dish to serve with your Fourth of July BBQ meal. Loaded with tons of vitamins and minerals, this tomato and asparagus Weight Watchers salad recipe is not only low in Points, it’s healthy too. And it’s a great way to get a couple servings of your daily vegetables. So if you’re looking for a fast, fresh and healthy salad recipe to take top a 4th of July picnic, give this one a try!

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Cajun Chicken Wrap Recipe – 3 Point Value

4th of July Chicken Wrap Cajun Style

Since the Fourth of July is coming up in just a few days, and just about everyone I know will be going to some kind of cookout, barbecue or picnic. I thought I’d share a few awesome, healthy, low calorie recipes that are easy to make and perfect for that 4th of July BBQ! So I’ve decided to devote this week’s posts entirely to yummy, yet low in Point Value, Fourth of July barbecue recipes! If you are looking for healthy barbecue foods to take to your holiday celebration, you’ve come to the right place. Make sure to stop back every day this week and check out my Weight Watcher Fourth of July Recipes!

My first 4th of July recipe is for the amazingly delicious Weight Watcher Cajun Chicken Wraps. With just a 3 Weight Watcher Point Value per serving, these babies are not only diet friendly, but they are SO good and so easy to share, making them a perfect Fourth of July picnic treat!
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Crock Pot Cherry Cobbler Recipe – 6 Point Value

Weight Watchers Cherry Cobbler

No baking required! Here’s a delicious dessert recipe that is not baked in the oven, but is actually made in a crock pot. I never even knew that dessert crock pot recipes existed! But I made this cherry cobbler the other night and it was a huge hit! Easy to make, incredibly tasty and adding up to just 6 Weight Watchers Points — this cherry cobbler recipe is definitely worth trying. Simple and sweet, this fresh cobbler will bring in rave reviews. You can even try experimenting with this recipe by making it with different types of berries! Strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries — this crock pot recipe will work well with any of them.

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