When you want something beefy and cheesy, look no further than this Ground Beef and Cheddar Casserole Recipe. It is excellent. And 7 Points + per serving is quite a bargain for what you get. I also feel like this casserole is really filling and satisfying…probably because it addresses all of the things I crave most: meat, carbs and cheese.
Get your craving for cheesy comfort food satisfied in this Spaghetti Squash and Cheese Recipe. It’s a much healthier alternative to traditional macaroni and cheese recipes, and I did it simply by just switching out the carbohydrate heavy macaroni noodles for spaghetti squash strands. The sauce was so creamy and delicious, I may even like this better!
I love having a breakfast ready to go when I wake up in the morning, and I love it even more when it’s something as delicious as an Eggs Benedict Casserole! By making a few healthier adjustments to a typical Eggs Benedict recipe, and making it into a casserole version, I’ve created a delicious and easy breakfast casserole that is prepared the night before and baked in the morning.
One of my favorite comfort food dishes, a traditional eggplant parmesan recipe, can really rack up the Weight Watchers Points. But my light Eggplant Parmesan has all the delicious and traditional flavors but for just 5 Points + per serving! And did I mention that this is made with three kinds of cheese?
Got some leftover chili on hand? Well, here’s an amazing Tamale Pie Recipe that you can use it in to create a super quick, easy and low calorie dinner. Basically, this is a Weight Watchers casserole recipe consists of layers of polenta, chili, corn salsa and cheese. Um….YUM. Just by layering a few prepared ingredients, you’ll get one tasty casserole that the whole family will love.
On Christmas morning, wouldn’t it be nice to wake up to a healthy, Weight Watchers breakfast that was cooked for you, hot and ready? Well, this easy Crock Pot Breakfast Casserole Recipe does just that! Full of protein, but lower on carbs, this breakfast casserole packs in everything you need for a filling and satisfying meal.
If nothing says “comfort food” to you like cheesy chicken rolled up in a flour tortilla and then smothered in a creamy sauce, topped with even more cheese, well then you are in for a treat today. This White Chicken and Cheese Enchilada Casserole Recipe is nothing short of delicious.
French Onion Soup has always been one of my favorite dishes…who doesn’t love the idea of toasted bread and gooey cheese, melted all over a hot and flavorful onion soup? But the traditional French Onion Soup recipe is not low calorie or Weight Watchers friendly. I’ve tried a few pre-made, low calorie versions that I’ve found in grocery stores but the taste is either blah or the portion is super small.
What a delicious way to get in some fiber and protein with only using 5 Weight Watchers Points! This Three Cheese Spaghetti Squash Casserole Recipe is amazingly good. By using fresh spaghetti squash instead of a flour based pasta, this dish saved a ton of fat, calories and carbs. And you can barely even tell the difference in taste!
If you are up to putting in some elbow grease in the kitchen and making an incredibly healthy and delicious pasta casserole recipe, well then this Butternut Squash and Spinach Pasta Casserole Recipe with Caramelized Onions is for you. Loaded with delicious veggies and a fabulous creamy bechamel sauce, each serving is just 5 Points +.
A true classic comfort food recipe, this easy Ground Beef Stroganoff Casserole delivers the flavors you desire, but with a lot less fat and calories. Each serving of this lighter version of traditional beef stroganoff has just 7 Points +. It’s a fast and easy recipe that is not only economical, but sure to be a family favorite.
This easy Turkey Lasagna Recipe is really simple to make and it tastes great! Without sacrificing the fabulous cheeses, and by making a few healthier substitutions you get a very nicely sized piece of lasagna for just 6 Points +.
Who knew that a dish packed with green beans would become such a traditional Thanksgiving Day recipe? Admittedly, I’m not a big fan of green beans. But there is something about a good Thanksgiving Green Bean Casserole that makes my mouth water! So now, Green Bean Casserole is a staple in my family – it’s on our table ever year.
Sunday morning breakfast is always a lot of fun for me. My husband keeps an eye on the kids so that I can take my time and cook up something tasty in the kitchen. During one of my recent Sunday mornings in the kitchen while trying to use up some produce before it went bad, I played around a bit with an old breakfast casserole recipe that had been given to me, and I came up with a MUCH lighter version that tasted fantastic!
Who says lasagna can only be cooked in a casserole dish? This super yummy vegetarian lasagna recipe is made easy by using a crock pot instead of the traditional oven and baking dish. It’s loaded with protein and veggies, and saves all the Points for the good stuff….the CHEESE.
This easy Stuffed Shells Recipe is not only delicious, it’s loaded with heart healthy fiber and is just 8 Points + for 4 stuffed shells! That’s right, for cheesy stuffed shells people. 8 Points + is a pretty good bargain for that satisfying portion.
Looking for a quick and easy summer casserole recipe that won’t use up a lot of Daily Weight Watchers Points Plus allowance? Well this delicious Shrimp Enchilada Casserole Recipe will definitely fit the bill. Full of fiber and protein, each satisfying serving is just 7 Points +, and is a wonderful healthy dinner idea that the whole family can enjoy.
If you are a fan of Indian food, but have been avoiding it because it’s not the most Weight Watchers friendly option, then this Indian Curry Rice Casserole Recipe is a must try! With just 5 Points + per 1 cup serving, you get a delicious, spicy and healthy casserole that tastes amazing! It’s loaded with fiber and protein and is also a great Weight Watchers vegetarian recipe option.
Tuna Noodle Casseroles were always a staple in my house growing up. It was a very inexpensive and easy meal to prepare, and it was the only seafood my parents could get my sister and I to eat. As an adult, I still have a love for this creamy, cheesy comfort food recipe, and have been looking for some good Weight Watchers Tuna Casserole Recipes to try out.
A popular family dinner recipe, this Cheesy Baked Rice gets a healthy makeover! Still boasting all of the cheesy rice goodness that we all adore, this low calorie casserole recipe is bulked up with veggies and a high fiber rice, making each 1 cup serving just 6 Points +. Also, by using a yogurt based cheese sauce, I was able to pack in some extra protein too.
My husband LOVES a good seafood chowder, but it’s been hard to find a Weight Watchers Seafood Chowder Recipe that I really like. And then I came across a seafood chowder casserole recipe on Food.com that sounded ideal! I worked on it for a while, and revamped the dish to make it a lot more Weight Watchers friendly.
If it’s a yummy, low calorie comfort food recipe that you seek, then you came to the right post today, people! If you’ve ever indulged in any of the processed, high sodium, deliciously unhealthy Hamburger Helper Recipes, then you know what I’m talking about when I say that no matter how fattening/bad for you/practically poison those Hamburger Helper Macaroni Casseroles are, they sure do taste yummy.
For a quick and easy dinner idea that’s healthy and low calorie, I turn to this creamy Chicken and Rice Recipe, as my good ol’ standby. A popular dish that many of us grew up on, this traditionally high calorie meal just got a healthy (and TASTY!) makeover.
Good, healthy casserole recipes are not always easy to find, but this new spin on a traditional Tuna Noodle Casserole Recipe lets you enjoy the benefit of making a quick and easy meal, while still providing a healthy, low calorie dinner. By making a few substitutions, this Tuna Noodle Casserole maintains it’s delicious flavor, and creamy, cheesy texture, but with a lot less fat and calories.