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!

chimichurri sauce

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 if chimichurri sauce, so I decided it was time to start making it at home more often.

crock pot chicken teriyaki

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 my families over some rice, and they LOVED it.

I adore roasted vegetables…they give such a different and robust flavor to the veggie and, in my opinion, make vegetables really easy to eat.

But one vegetable that I surprisingly haven’t tried to roast yet was beets. With a fresh bundle of beets on hand, I decided that now was the time.

In just a few quick and easy steps, my beets were roasting away in the oven, and I was anxiously awaiting that first bite. They turned out even better than I expected!

The salt, thyme, and orange juice seasoning were perfect. They were sweet and tender, but with a kick. Absolutely delicious. And of course, they are 0 Points per serving which makes them all the tastier.

My husband liked these a lot too, and they will definitely become a go-to vegetable side dish in our household. Enjoy!

japanese cucumber salad

Hope you all enjoyed Super Bowl Sunday! But if you are like me, and may have went a little overboard with all the game day goodies, then my take on a Japanese Cucumber Salad Recipe is the perfect cool and crisp side salad to add to your meal today. It’s so light and refreshing, and at just 1 Point, it’s a great way to bulk up a meal without using a lot of your Weight Watchers Points.

white turkey chili

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.

I LOVE Thai food and I love my crock pot, so this Crock Pot Thai Green Curry Chicken Recipe was the perfect marriage. Easy to put together, the end result is a delicious and filling green curry chicken that clocks in at only 6 Points per serving.

The only thing that I would do differently next time, is to use fresh vegetables. The frozen Asian stir-fry vegetables that I used tasted fine but were limp and soggy. If you prefer a firm texture to your veggies, then I’d suggest using fresh vegetables instead of frozen ones.

Either way, this is still a super tasty and super easy Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipe. Serve it over some brown rice or noodles for a complete meal.


egg white salad

I love to make this Egg White Salad Recipe to have on hand for the week…it’s so filling and I can have it as a snack with crackers or on toast or salad for a lunch. Each 3/4 cup serving is just 2 Points, so it makes a great low calorie prepared food on hand when I don’t have the time or energy to cook something.

light cheese nachos

I call these Light Cheese Nachos my “Bad Girl Nachos” because they taste SO good, but feel so bad. Seriously, when you eat them, you may feel like you are cheating on your diet. But one half of the entire platter is just 6 Points, which is waaaaay better than the typical restaurant nachos. These are made with real cheese, and fresh ingredients.

Growing up as a kid, Sloppy Joes were a regular in our house. Both of my parents worked full-time, so our dinners needed to be quick and cheap. But they were by no means healthy.

Still, I’d grown fond of them over the years, and have decided to give this popular family dinner a healthy makeover.

My Low-Calorie Sloppy Joe Recipe is even more delicious than the canned version, but it’s also a LOT healthier. Much less fat and sodium, and a lot more fiber, protein, and fresh vegetables.

I served it on a ciabatta roll, which is generally lighter and less dense than regular rolls. It tasted incredible, and each sandwich was just 7 Points.

I served my kids the sloppy joe on mini whole wheat sliders and they LOVED it. So now I can feel good about making sloppy joes a regular meal in our house.


buffalo cauliflower bites

Ok, don’t hate me for another cauliflower recipe ( I know I’ve been on a roll with them the past couple weeks), but I’ve been seeing so may Buffalo Cauliflower Bites Recipes on Pinterest lately, that it had me craving them and I had just had to make some. Last year, I did a Buffalo Cauliflower Poppers Recipe that was similar, but I wanted to make a few changes.

sauteed kale

I’ve been a fan of roasted kale chips longer than I can remember, but it never occurred to me, until recently, to start getting more experimental in my kale usage. It is such an amazing vegetable with incredible benefits, and yet I had only prepared it a few different ways. Since it does have a similar taste to chard, I decided to cook it the same way I would make a sauteed chard recipe.