Here’s another incredibly delicious way to prepare quinoa…in this Quinoa, Zucchini, and Corn salad in Lemon Butter sauce.

Delicately sweetened with a bit of honey, this is one savory and delicious Weight Watchers quinoa recipe that will have you drooling. Each serving is just 3 Points, and it’s loaded with good-for-you ingredients. High in fiber, and bulked up with fresh vegetables, this low-calorie dish really helps to fill you up.

Make it as a side for sandwiches or soup, or even serve it alone, on top of some fresh greens – it would make the perfect vegetarian lunch!


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!

Next time, I think I may add in some chopped green onions for an added flavor boost. But most of the time, I just like to eat comfort foods in a simple, non-fancy way, with nothing else added.

This Spaghetti Squash and Cheese Recipe definitely requires more work than a box of mac and cheese, but it’s loaded with fiber, protein, and healthy vitamins and minerals. Plus each heaping cup serving is just 4 Points.


This Chicken with Zucchini and Feta Recipe tastes so light and fresh and makes an ideal low-calorie, Weight Watchers dinner recipe that can be prepared quickly and easily.

The chicken and zucchini are flavored with garlic, lemon, and oregano, and then the feta tops the dish to create a delicious balance of flavors. I also love that this healthy dinner recipe can be put together and cooked so quickly – ideal for those hectic and tiring weeknights. And each serving is just 5 Points, so you can pair this with a breadstick and a salad for a complete meal that the whole family will love.

It also heats up really well the next day, so if you have any leftovers, you’ve got a great meal to take to work for lunch the next day. This Chicken with Zucchini and Feta definitely a crowd-pleasing recipe that is a must-try.


I love having 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. I also make the Hollandaise Sauce the night before and then just reheat it in the morning.

Each very nicely sized serving is just 6 Points and it tastes amazing. I’m a really big fan of Hollandaise, and my light Hollandaise sauce recipe that is served with this casserole is so easy and good…and you get a nice 1/4 cup serving!

This low-calorie Eggs Benedict Casserole is the perfect Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipe for the whole family.


If you want a healthy, 0 Points alternative to french fries, or roasted potatoes, these Roasted Carrot Sticks are a fantastic option.

They are so simple to prepare, yet are very flavorful and savory. Roasting the carrots bring out a wonderful new taste, and helps get rid of the some of the sweetness of the carrot. It ends up having more of a potato-like flavor.

I roasted mine using salt, pepper and cumin, but you can experiment with this and use any seasonings you’d like. Also, this is the ONLY way I can get my 4 year old to eat a carrot. So that alone is a huge plus in my book!

These roasted carrots are a lovely and delightful low calorie side dish recipe that will give you a great way to get in that all important veggie serving for 0 Points.


I love recipes that are super quick and easy and require little to no prep, but that is still super delicious.

My good friend Hailey came up with the idea to use a bottle of salad dressing as a cooking sauce for her tilapia. I decided to give it a try myself, and I used the exact dressing she recommended…the Archer Farms Lemon Ginger Sesame Dressing from Target. I was amazed at how crazy good this recipe was!! The fish came out so moist and flaky, and the dressing made the perfect sauce for it…light and flavorful. Plus, it was so fast to prepare.

This will definitely become one of my go-to Weight Watchers Fish Recipes for when I want to get a healthy fish dinner on the table quickly, with no fuss. And each serving is just 6 Points! Pair this with a salad or some roasted vegetables, and you’ve got the perfect low-calorie dinner.

Often when I have Friday night dinner with my group of friends and their family, my friend Hailey usually makes her “Beef Bourekas Log”, which is a Mediterranean savory, a beef-filled pastry that is seasoned with spices such as cinnamon and allspice.

It is SO unbelievably good. I decided to take a crack at making a lower-calorie version that was still just as tasty. I was thrilled with how delicious my Moroccan Ground Turkey Bourekas Log turned out!

By using a bit less of the phyllo dough and using ground turkey instead of beef, I was able to cut way back on the Weight Watchers Points of this recipe.

I also added in some sweet potato to make the inside mixture soft and moist, and to add some more fiber and nutrients. It was delish.

Working with ground turkey can get a bit tricky sometimes because the meat has such little fat, it can very easily become dry and crumbly.

One of my secrets is to keep adding some chicken broth, bit by bit while cooking it. It softens the meat without adding more fat and calories. And it keeps the meat from sticking to the pan so that I don’t have to add in more oil/fat.

So if you are looking for a unique ground turkey recipe to try that is incredibly satiating, this is the one. Thanks for the inspiration, Hailey!

Chicken Fajitas have always been a family favorite around here. My son loves assembling his own fajita, and I love that he’s eating something so healthy.

To make this dish Weight Watchers friendly, I made a few adjustments to how the dish is cooked, but I also put together a tomato, lime, and garlic topping to use instead of sour cream or guacamole.

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. And at just 3 Points per serving, it’s the perfect Weight Watchers side dish recipe that could accompany just about any meal. Or double the serving, serve it over some fresh greens and have it for lunch.

It also makes a great dish to take to a potluck or serve at a BBQ. My husband and kids loved it too, and that always makes me happy when they eat healthy recipes.

This is one easy and delicious salad that you’ll make again and again…it’s SO good!

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? Oh yeah…and the eggplant is breaded. It is DELICIOUS.

The leftovers were quickly devoured for lunch the next day. Everything worked together so perfectly, making the ultimate low-calorie Eggplant Parmesan Recipe.

Once you make this dish at home for yourself, you’ll get that Italian food craving seriously satisfied, and yet you’ll still stay on track with your Weight Watchers goals. Enjoy!

Oh, how I love sauces. The first time I had a homemade chimichurri sauce, I was blown away at the incredible, savory flavors it had, and how it really enhanced the flavor of my steak.

My husband is also a big fan of chimichurri sauce, so I decided it was time to start making it at home more often. Even though the main ingredients in a traditional chimichurri recipe are practically calorie-free, the substantial amount of oil that most recipes use ends up making the sauce laden with extra fat.

Thus making it pretty high is Weight Watchers Points. And when you are using a good chunk of your Points on steak, the last thing you want to do is double that with an oily sauce. However, my light chimichurri sauce recipe has eliminated that concern.

Each 2 tbsp serving is just 1 Point. And it still has all the flavors that are expected, just altered a bit to make it healthier. Not only does it make a fantastic sauce for steak, chicken, or seafood, but it is also an amazing marinade.

It’s so intensely flavored, yet so bright and refreshing. This Weight Watchers Chimichurri Recipe has now become a staple in my house. Enjoy!

Another great Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipe that is super easy, delicious, and just 5 Points per serving.

This Crock Pot Chicken Teriyaki Recipe was a hit with the whole family. I ate mine as is to avoid adding extra Points, but I served it to my family over some rice, and they LOVED it.

The pineapple and bell pepper is a great way to add a bit more flavor to the chicken and to get in those fruit and vegetable servings.

Also, this low-calorie crock pot recipe can be done with frozen chicken too…but it may be closer to 8 hours of cook time instead.

Next time I make this, I think I’ll add in some fresh sugar snap peas too…yum! Enjoy.


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