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Vegetable Recipes

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Vegetable Recipes are an important staple for any diet program. Packed with fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants – yet low in calories and fat – veggies are one of the best foods you can give to your body. Nourish yourself with any of these delicious vegetable recipe options and learn all new vegetable based dishes to nourish yourself with and to help you stick to your Weight Watchers Daily Points Range!

buffalo chicken sticks

Buffalo Chicken Celery Sticks – 2 Points

To satisfy my need for all things buffalo chicken, I’ll be whipping up these incredible Buffalo Chicken Celery Sticks. You guys, I kid you not, these things are ridiculously delicious and a breeze to make. It literally takes just a few of ingredients, and 10 minutes, and you’ve got one seriously stellar appetizer recipe that is so good, you may not want to share. And that’s OK. No judgment.

pumpkin alfredo

Pumpkin Alfredo Recipe – 7 Points

With the weather FINALLY starting to cool down, I’m in a constant state of comfort food craving. And a rich, creamy, fettuccini alfredo recipe was exactly what I wanted last week. Now, typically, I’m not a huge fan of pumpkin, or pumpkin flavored foods and drinks. But I had this one can of pure pumpkin on hand, and I wanted to find something to incorporate it in. Considered it’s loaded with vitamins and nutrients, I thought it might be a great way to give my fettuccini alfredo a healthy boost.

chicken brushetta 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.

philly cheesesteak sloppy joe

Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes – 8 Points

As a kid, I grew up eating Sloppy Joe’s as a regular staple. It was an easy meal to cook, and pretty inexpensive to make, so we ate it a LOT. I do occasionally make Sloppy Joe’s for my kids, which they love, but I will still enjoy one myself every now and then. Not too long ago, I decided to try out a new concept I’d seen around a few times, by combining the ingredients of a Philly Cheesesteak in the form of a Sloppy Joe.

chickpea and sumac salad

Chickpea and Sumac Salad Recipe – 1 Point

One of the best things about living in Southern California is the diversity of foods and restaurants. Growing up in PA, my diet was pretty American standard. But after moving to Los Angeles, a whole new world of foods and flavors was opened to me, and I’ve never been happier. Middle Eastern foods are almost always a hit with me, and after dining at a Turkish restaurant recently, I discovered this super simple, yet incredibly flavorful Chickpea and Sumac Salad Recipe.

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.

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