I cannot even begin to tell you how amazing this Chickpea Tomato and Basil Salad Recipe is! I got the idea for it when I was looking for some ideas of what to do with a bunch of extra basil I had on hand. It is so quick and easy to make and is so incredibly flavorful. With all the protein and fiber, it’s pretty filling too.
Chili has always been one of my go to foods when I want to eat a lot without using a lot of Points. It’s heartier than a soup, very filling, and I can eat more than 1 serving without feeling guilty. Plus, it’s insanely healthy, and full of fiber and protein. My White Turkey Chili Recipe is the perfect example of what I’m talking about.
Wow! I have just uncovered one of my new favorite vegetarian Weight Watchers recipes ever — these incredible Stuffed Pepper Enchiladas!! Full of all the Mexican flavors you’d hope for, and then some, this healthy dish combines the idea of two traditional recipes – stuffed peppers and Mexican enchiladas.
A quick and easy breakfast recipe, this delicious Breakfast Burrito is not only incredibly filling, it has just 6 Points + for the entire, HUGE burrito. Bulked up with good for you ingredients, this breakfast burrito will give you lots of bang for your buck. And the 37g of protein and 13g of fiber help you feel very satisfied and full until lunch.
This low calorie salad recipe puts a delicious Mediterranean spin on traditional tuna salad recipes. Light and fresh, it’s loaded with fiber and protein, making it an ideal Weight Watchers Recipe. It’s an entree sized salad – about 2.5 cups for the serving size, so it’s definitely satisfying. And the whole serving has just 5 Points +!
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.
A new take on low calorie tuna salad recipes, this Tuscan Tuna Salad has some wonderful new flavors, and no mayo. It gives a lot of bang for it’s buck with each 1 cup serving coming in at just 5 Points +. Serve it over a bed of fresh greens, or in a low calorie whole wheat pita for a delicious and healthy lunch recipe that tastes incredibly light and fresh.
If you’ve got a hankering for some tasty Mexican food, but don’t want to blow your daily Points Plus allowance on the typical taco “salad” that you’ll find, laden with fat and calories, at your favorite Mexican restaurant, then try this slimmed down version – a Vegetarian Taco Salad Recipe.
I’m always on the lookout for delicious and healthy Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Recipes, because, let’s face it, cooking in a crock pot pretty much rules. With a toddler at home and a baby in my tummy causing horrible morning sickness, I LOVE the idea of throwing some food in a pot and calling it dinner! This amazingly yummy Mushroom and Black Bean Crock Pot Recipe was soooooo good!
Full of fiber and flavor, this tasty black bean dip recipe is incredibly filling. Serve it with fresh veggies, baked pita chips, or baked tortilla chips as a delicious and healthy appetizer recipe!
A great alternative to traditional chili recipes, this Weight Watchers Turkey Chili Recipe has a wonderfully unique taste that even the most pickiest eater will enjoy! This White Bean Chili be made on the stove or in a crock pot, and has just 4 Weight Watchers Points per serving. It also makes a fantastic Weight Watchers Momentum Plan Recipe!
This slow cooker recipe for Asian Spiced Beans with Rice, complete with Weight Watcher Points, is one of the best I’ve ever head. It’s thick and hearty, and loaded with fiber and protein, so you feel very full with just one serving.