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.
If you are looking for a delicious and easy WW Stir Fry Recipe, these Chinese Noodles with Broccoli in Peanut Sauce will knock your Chinese food lovin’ socks off! It’s a healthier version of the popular Asian fare and each 1 1/2 cup serving has just 6 Points. A great weight watchers meal idea!
So now that I am (mostly) recovered from the Steelers’ loss this Sunday, I’m back on board with my Weight Watchers menu ideas, and have a delicious WW Chinese Food Recipe to share today. This Healthy Szechuan Chicken, has just 6 Points for a very full, 1 cup serving, and makes a great dinner idea for Weight Watcher who is craving Chinese food.
When eating out and trying to find good, low calorie Chinese foods, I usually end up ordering the chicken and broccoli, as it’s typically one of the lighter options on the menu. My boredom with this dish inspired me to play around with some ingredients and see if I could come up with a new twist on this popular Chinese food recipe.
After playing around with a few traditional Ginger Soy Dipping sauce Recipes, I finally concocted one that made the grade. This delicious Asian sauce recipe can be used with a variety of your favorite Weight Watchers Chinese Food Recipes
Often referred to as Crab Rangoons, traditional cream cheese and crab wonton recipes involve frying the wonton and using more cream cheese than crab – thus leading to a ton of extra fat and calories. My version, makes a few small changes to the original recipe and involves baking them instead of frying.
I have seriously been on a Chinese food recipes obsession lately. I can’t stop fantasizing about them!! My favorite Chinese restaurant makes this super yummy Moo Shu Beef dish, but it’s NOT a Weight Watchers friendly meal.
Mmmmmm…Chinese Egg Rolls….who doesn’t love them? I sure do! But trying to find a healthy, low calorie version of these is pretty much impossible. So I decided to make my own! And I must say, my Baked Chicken Egg Roll Recipe ROCKED!
As many of you know, I’ve always been a fan of Miracle Noodles. They are a 0 calorie pasta that are so versatile, they can be used in a variety of low calorie recipes. Recently, Rachael Ray prepared a fabulous Hot or Cold Sesame Noodles Recipe using Miracle Noodles, and it is truly an awesome dish.
I have always been a fan of Chinese fast food recipes, but this one really caught my eye, as sweet and sour chicken is my all time fave! This chicken stir fry recipe is pretty easy to prepare, and tastes great!!
Ok, I admittedly have been obsessed with my crock pot recipes lately. But come on…who doesn’t love a good slow cooker recipe? They are fast and easy, and taste delicious! And this low calorie Lemon Garlic Chicken Recipe is truly one of the yummiest low calorie crock pot recipes I’ve tried.
This Sweet and Sour Chicken Crock Pot Recipe is SO good, and it tastes just as good, if not better, than the sweet and sour chicken you get in a Chinese Fast Food Restaurant. And, this crock pot recipe is really good for you too! It’s loaded with protein and fiber to fill you up.
This super awesome, low calorie Chicken Fried Rice Recipe not only boasts just 4 Weight Watchers Points per serving, but it tastes DELICIOUS!! Better than some of the fast food fried rice I’ve had!
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.