This traditional Chicken Piccata Recipe got a much healthier makeover! If you love this popular Italian dish but are afraid it may be too many Weight Watchers Points, then this healthier version will make your day.

Just by using less butter, and a lighter version of it, this Chicken Piccata still maintains the buttery flavor, but for a lot less fat and calories. It’s also bulked up a bit with some mushrooms.

crock pot breakfast casserole

On Christmas morning, wouldn’t it be nice to wake up to a healthy, Weight Watchers breakfast that was cooked for you, hot and ready? Well, this easy Crock Pot Breakfast Casserole Recipe does just that! Full of protein, but lower on carbs, this breakfast casserole packs in everything you need for a filling and satisfying meal.

I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m already salivating at the thought of all the tasty foods at Super Bowl parties, and it’s not even Christmas yet!

One of my favorite, easy finger foods recipes that is delicious, but still low in Weight Watchers Points, are these low-calorie light beef sliders. By using half the amount of ground beef that I normally would and replacing it with fresh mushrooms, I’m still able to get a good, meaty flavor but with a lot less fat, calories and cholesterol. And they taste like they are 100% beef!

I got this idea one evening after savoring one of my absolute favorite Weight Watchers vegetarian recipes, my Vegetarian Philly Cheese Steak. The success of using mushrooms instead of steak in that sandwich was tremendously successful, so I decided to use a variation of that idea and use mushrooms in place of just some of the beef in these sliders. They were amazing. My husband couldn’t tell they weren’t all beef, and my kids gobbled them up.

At just 7 Points for 2 of these thick, cheese-covered sliders, including the bun, I’d say that’s a pretty fair bargain. These low-calorie sliders would make a great Super Bowl Recipe, a fun weeknight dinner idea, or savory finger food to serve at your next party.


parmesan lemon smashed potatoes

Try this new bright and fresh spin on roasted potatoes – it’s a Parmesan Lemon Smashed Potatoes Recipe that is so delicious and yet so easy. Plus it looks incredible and would make a lovely addition to the holiday dinner table. The energy of the lemon zest adds a beautiful and fragrant sunny taste to the potatoes, while the garlic and Parmesan accent the earthy flavors

white chicken and cheese enchiladas

If nothing says “comfort food” to you like cheesy chicken rolled up in a flour tortilla and then smothered in a creamy sauce, topped with even more cheese, well then you are in for a treat today. This White Chicken and Cheese Enchilada Casserole Recipe is nothing short of delicious.

I have always adored cauliflower, and have used it in a lot of great recipes. But some people find cauliflower a little bland. This Indian Spiced Roasted Cauliflower Recipe definitely kicks up the spice and flavor without adding many additional Weight Watchers Points.

To get the Points for this recipe, I tallied up all the nutritional stats of the ingredients. Some people might argue with that and only count the yogurt, since vegetables are 0 Points. Doing it that way would make it just 1 Point per serving. Doing it my way makes it 2 Points. The choice is yours, but definitely give this easy cauliflower recipe a try!

It’s so good and makes a delicious and healthy side dish! I made this dish with a mint chutney (which appears in my photo) but didn’t include that in the recipe because I thought it was gross. And I don’t like to post anything that I think doesn’t taste good. So there you have it.

Now get in the kitchen and make this tasty Indian Spiced Roasted Cauliflower Recipe, ASAP!

stuffed flank steak

I’m just going to get right to the point here…this Stuffed Flank Steak Recipe was absolutely fantastic. I couldn’t believe it ended up being just 5 Points per serving! The flank steak is butterflied to create a thinly sliced piece of meat that is then seasoned and filled with fat free feta cheese, spinach and red bell peppers.

crock pot idnonesian chicken

Shake things up with this healthy and unique crock pot chicken recipe for made with coconut milk and savory spices. Each serving is just 6 Points and goes great over brown rice, quinoa or pasta.

I cannot even begin to express how amazingly good this Cilantro Lime Quinoa recipe is. I got the idea for it while eating some Cilantro Lime Rice from Whole Foods a couple of weeks ago.

So yummy, but definitely not Weight Watchers friendly.

So I made my own version using quinoa instead of rice, and I added more texture and flavor. I also toasted the quinoa beforehand, which I had seen done in another quinoa recipe, and in my opinion, this made all the difference.

This low-calorie side dish recipe is a much tastier and healthier alternative to Mexican rice, and each serving is just 3 Points. It goes great with your favorite Weight Watchers Mexican Recipes and is loaded with much more nutrition than rice.

I am in love with this Cilantro Lime Quinoa, and I have no doubt you will be too.


spicy pickled radishes

With a ton of extra radishes on hand last week, I debated on what to do with them. Since I was planning on making some homemade deli sandwiches later that weekend, I decided to try my hand at making some homemade pickled radishes to go with them. I am SO glad I did this! These spicy pickled radishes were AMAZING! And the best part was that the pickling was so easy.

smothered tilapia fillets

A mild, yet flavorful tilapia recipe, these Smothered Tilapia Fillet is the perfect quick and easy weeknight dinner recipe idea. It’s a dish that’s packed with protein, and has just 5 Points per serving. Not a bad bargain for beautiful, flaky white fish covered in creamy cheese and spinach. And the carrots give this dish a lovely color and crunch.