3 Point


Checkout this delicious collection of 3 Point Weight Watchers Recipes that are super easy to make and low in Points and calories. All of these amazingly good recipes have just 3 Weight Watchers Points, so you can enjoy some of your favorite snacks desserts or side dishes without blowing all of your Points!

Tuscan-Style White Bean and Sausage Soup

Tusan-Style White Bean and Sausage Soup Recipe – 3 Points

A true comfort food, this Tuscan-Style White Bean and Sausage Soup makes a delightful, cozy dinner on a cold winter’s day. I love how the flavors of this soup come together, and warm your home with the most amazing aromas. If I want to kick things up a notch, I’ll use spicy Italian sausage instead of the mild. It’s SO good!

Chicken Bruschetta Bake

Chicken Bruschetta Bake – 3 Points

An easy wholesome dinner that is made with fresh ingredients, and takes very little prep time. If you’ve ever had bruschetta as an appetizer, then you know how magical the flavor combination of tomatoes, basil, garlic and balsamic vinegar is. This Chicken Bruschetta Bake recipe takes all the divine flavors of a bruschetta appetizer, and turns it into a complete meal.

Instant Pot Rotisserie Chicken

Instant Pot Rotisserie Chicken Recipe – 1-6 Points

If you haven’t heard of the Instant Pot recipes craze, then you came to the right place today! Instant Pot is a multi-cooker that does the job of a slow cooker, electric pressure cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, saut√©/browning pan, and warming pot. It’s a single appliance that does the job of seven different kitchen appliances or tools. And it’s kind of amazing.

Roasted Honey-Soy Glazed Chicken

Roasted Honey Soy-Glazed Chicken Recipe – 3 Points

Some people spend all day long cooking their Rosh Hashanah dinner, but I am all about quick and easy meals overs here! This Roasted Honey-Soy Glazed Chicken recipe is an incredibly easy dish to make that requires just a handful of ingredients, but is a mouthful of wonderful flavors. A little sweet, a little salty, a little smoky…all the good tastes are there.

Avocado Toast

Avocado Toast – 3 Points

I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve jumped aboard the avocado toast train. Yes, it’s a super trendy dish, and yes things that are super trendy tend to annoy me. But the thing is, I’ve been eating avocado toast for a long time now, way before it was a thing. The fact is, it’s delicious. DELICIOUS. And it’s packed full of fresh flavors and nutrition.

Chicken Pesto Bake

Chicken Pesto Bake Recipe – 3 Smart Points

Here’s another easy and delicious way to dress up chicken breasts! In the Chicken Pesto Bake recipe, the chicken breasts are first topped with flavorful pesto sauce, then fresh tomatoes and mozzarella cheese. It’s literally, just a handful of ingredients, but it delivers quite a tasty dish.

Easy Chicken Fajita Skillet

Easy Chicken Fajita Skillet Recipe – 3 Smart Points

Who says you always have to eat fajitas in a flour tortilla? Yes, I know it is delicious. But having your fajita straight out of the skillet is a highly underestimated option. Not only are you saving calories, carbs, fat, and sugar grams, but you can really go crazy on the toppings without worrying about it dripping out all over you.

Roasted Red Pepper Chicken – 3 Smart Points

Recently, I been trying to find very simple meals and meals that I can easily make in the crockpot. I came across a roasted red pepper chicken that is originally a skillet meal, but I thought that I could make it in the crockpot just as easily. It turns out that I was right. This is one of those delicious meals that is just so simple. I love the flavor of red peppers to begin with, especially when they are roasted. I like to keep a couple of jars on hand to add to my tomato soup, so it was easy to just grab a jar out of the pantry for this recipe too. I always choose the red peppers that are canned in water, so I don’t get all the extra oil. When you make this in a skillet, everything is chopped and ready to go by the time…

Chicken Bruschetta

Chicken Bruschetta Recipe – 3 Smart Points

Now that temperatures are starting to heat up here in California (sorry, East Coast), I’ve been craving meals that are fresh and light, as opposed to rich and comforting. One that I tried recently was this delicious Italian Chicken Bruschetta. Bruschetta, if you’ve never had it, is kinda like Italian salsa.

Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies – 3 Smart Points

I have a recipe for quinoa almond butter blondies that is just wonderful. It’s a great one to make for people who have food intolerances to things like eggs, gluten and even dairy since the recipe either has none (eggs and gluten) or is easily modified (applesauce instead of butter). One of the downsides of using quinoa flour is that it tends to be very expensive in the grocery store. However, with some regular, whole quinoa and a coffee grinder, you can make your own quinoa flour very easily. Since the brownies turned out really delicious, I thought I’d try a chocolate chip cookie version. Cookies work better for me, since I can have them frozen and just get out a couple (either in the dough and then cook them up or already cooked and just thaw them) and they stay fresh and I don’t have to eat the whole…

Chicken Zoodle Soup

Chicken Zoodle Soup Recipe – 3 Smart Points

With the chilly winter weather in full swing, I just cant get enough soup! Chicken noodle soup has always been one of my family’s favorite comfort foods, but the traditional egg noodles that are used can really add up the calories. By simply subbing out the egg noodles with “noodles”, which is just zucchini that has been spiraled, I was able to make my homemade chicken noodle soup recipe a LOT lighter and healthier.

Winter Lentil Vegetable Soup

Winter Lentil Vegetable Soup Recipe – 3 Smart Points

Baby, it’s cold outside! Warm up with this tasty Weight Watchers Winter Lentil Vegetable Soup Recipe that’s packed with fiber to help you feel full, and Vitamin C to help ward off those seasonal viruses. The flavors of this vegan soup recipe are bright and fresh, and are the perfect anecdote to the winter blues

Homemade Chipotle Cholesterol Free Mayonnaise

Homemade Chipotle Cholesterol Free Mayonnaise – 3 Smart Points

The funny thing about mayonnaise, is that I always hated it as a kid. For some reason, I could never get on board with the flavor. Nowadays, as a an adult, I am full-fledged, car carrying mayo lover. If it wasn’t so high in Points, I’d eat it straight out the jar with a spoon. In fact, my love for mayo has led me to get a little experimental in making my own, homemade mayonnaise recipes.

Rosemary Roast Potatoes – 3 Smart Points

Now that I live in the Midwest I’ve learned to love potatoes. In fact, we have a lot of potatoes now. And we have them just about every way imaginable. But when I’m doing mashed potatoes or roast potatoes like this, I really like to use Yukon Gold potatoes. Their golden color makes them look like they’re filled with butter, when they’re really not. I pan fried my potatoes in a little butter because I wanted a little brown on the edges of the potatoes. But since I didn’t want to fry them with that much butter, I them baked them until they were tender. This gave me the best of both. They were a little crispy and had beautiful golden brown edges but weren’t so soaked in butter that I could feel my arteries hardening while I ate them. I added my usual garlic and a little crushed rosemary…

Colorful Roasted Vegetables – 3 Smart Points

I love to roast vegetables. It’s one of my favorite ways to cook vegetables. It makes the flavors so much richer and more delicious than just steaming the vegetables. I also like to roast them because I can have them ready to go in the oven for Sunday dinner and have the oven set to go on at a specific time. That way they’re ready to go when we get home from church and I have very little prep to do for Sunday dinner. I decided to branch out a bit for these roasted vegetables. I typically do potatoes and carrots, celery and maybe some peppers, so I decided to really make these bright, colorful and different. I started with some very young and tender asparagus. I broke the tough ends off (just bend the stalk and the tough end will snap off, you’ll be left with tender asparagus spears).…

Cilantro Lime Baked Sole

Cilantro Lime Baked Sole Recipe – 3 Smart Points

With the summer heat beginning to kick in, I find myself craving meals that are fresh and light, and won’t take to much time to prepare. One of these is my Cilantro Lime Baked Sole Recipe. Not only can I get this fish in the oven in less than 10 minutes, but it takes just 10-15 minutes to cook and tastes fantastic.

Mediterranean Salad – 3 Smart Points

I love salads and vinaigrettes. I recently found a really delicious herbed feta that I wanted to try in a light and colorful tossed salad. Since it was an herbed feta, I knew the salad would have to be light and not over powering. I wanted a dressing that could complement the salad and feta, but not compete with it or overpower it. I started with a balsamic vinaigrette but flavored the dressing with a little Italian seasoning. The Italian seasoning perfectly set the dressing off, it helped to lighten the rich flavor of the balsamic so that it complemented the salad. The baby lettuce is my absolute favorite greens for a salad. They are light and tender, and have more flavor than the regular head lettuce. You can also add any of your other favorite vegetables to this salad. Add chopped mushrooms, or some chopped summer squash for a…

Baked Ratatouille – 3 Smart Points

A couple of years ago, my sister convinced me to watch Ratatouille. It’s an adorable animated film about a little rat who is a fabulous chef. I loved it. Ever since then, I’ve wanted to make Ratatouille. Ratatouille is traditional French, a vegetable side dish stewed with herbs and spices. I thought I would try a baked version though. The baked version I tried is much less labor intensive than the traditional one, since you don’t have to watch it and stir it. Just season it, pop it in the oven and fix the rest of the meal. I love side dishes (and main dishes) like that. It gives me time to set the table and get caught up on the dishes. Not to mention that when you layer the vegetables into the pan like this, they turn out so beautifully, you can just serve it in the pan. If…

Lemon Glazed Greek Chicken – 3 Smart Points

Chicken is one of my favorite meats. It’s such a great source of lean protein and it goes so well in so many different dishes. The downside is that I tend to get stuck in a little rut and fix the same things over and over again. It’s hard to get out of that and try new things. But this Lemon Glazed Greek Chicken sounded great. It’s a combination of several different recipes, since many of the Greek chicken recipes I’ve seen use a lot of olive oil. This one is more tzatziki chicken, with a yogurt based marinade. Lots of garlic and lots of lemon with those classic Greek spices, and you’ve got a delicious chicken in no time. You can use any cut of chicken you like for this, but I’d recommend removing the skin first, since the marinade will be able to soak in much better. It’s…

Green Bean Casserole – 3 Points +

Guess what? It’s nearly Thanksgiving! If you’re American and anything like me – it’s one of your favorite holidays. I love getting together with family and eating. There’s always new recipes to try and it’s so much fun to taste new creations while catching up with loved ones. But, as much fun as it is to try new dishes, it’s just as wonderful to have the old classics there every year as well. In fact, I think Thanksgiving is about the only time that I have green bean casserole. I’m not sure why I don’t make it the rest of the year, it’s so easy, delicious and everyone loves it. Not to mention – it’s only 3 points +! That is the best part, and you don’t even have to use fat free soup. With a little less onions sprinkled on top and skim milk, you’ve got a delicious and…

Balsamic Roasted Asparagus -3 Points +

This roasted asparagus is simple and delicious. It’s a great side dish to add to your meal, since it adds color, texture and nutrition . Since, it’s roasted, this asparagus is easy to stick in the oven and have it done in time for the rest of your meal, with a minimum of fuss and effort. I always try to find the tiniest asparagus spears I can, since those are the most tender (and the only ones I like). It also helps if you break off the tough ends of the stalks. Just bend the stalk and it will break in the right spot so you can discard the hard end. You don’t have to, but those tough ends aren’t very good to eat. The balsamic reduction the asparagus is cooked with adds a rich and delicious flavor to it. You can also roast the asparagus (or grill it) and…

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