These Sage and Ricotta Baked Meatballs are so easy and so delicious, it’s hard to believe that each meatball is just 1 Point (a serving of 3 is just 3 Points).

The sage gives these meatballs a nice, seasonal flavor, and the ricotta helps to keep them tender and moist, which is key when using very low fat meat. I want to try this recipe with ground turkey too, but I need to make a few enhancements to keep them from being dry. But for now, the extra lean beef is a fantastic option.

You can serve these as a main course or as a Weight Watchers holiday appetizer recipe too! Perfect for Christmas or Thanksgiving. Any way you choose to eat them, these Sage and Ricotta Meatballs are a delicious meal option in a season filled with turkey.


cheesy potatoes au gratin

If you are a fan of cheesy potatoes, then this Cheesy Au Gratin Potatoes Recipe is a must try. It’s so delicious and so filling, yet just 6 Points per serving. It’s such a great side dish recipe to serve that always ends up being a hit. By adding in some nonfat Greek yogurt to the cheese sauce, I was able to give it a lot more volume and some extra protein, while cutting out fat and calories.

eggplant and tofu stir fry

Because I adore Chinese fast food, I am always on the lookout for healthier versions of my favorite food. Well, one day, I came across a stir fry recipe that used tofu. I was a bit skeptical, as tofu has never been a favorite of mine. Bu, to my surprise, the tofu stir fry wasn’t half bad.

This amazing Baked Crab and Artichoke Dip Recipe will blow everyone away! It’s so cheesy and creamy and full of tremendous flavor, and yet only 4 Points for each heaping 1/2 cup serving.

I was truly amazed at how tasty this low-calorie appetizer recipe turned out, and how much it made. It’s the perfect dish to bring to a potluck, serve up for your game day food table, or just indulge in during those at-home movie nights.

By using artichoke, spinach, and crab as the main ingredients, I was able to save the fat and calories for the good stuff — the cheese! This way, I didn’t have to skimp on the cheese and created a very tasty crab dip recipe that is actually pretty good for you. Lots of fiber and protein!

And it’s so good, no one will have any idea that this is a Weight Watchers Dip Recipe. Enjoy!

garlic baked shrimp

This Garlic Baked Shrimp Recipe is a perfect alternative to traditional Shrimp Scampi Recipes, which are typically drenched in butter and/or oil. My version still has the flavors you love, but each serving is low in fat and calories. Each bite packs tons of delicious flavor and a hint of crunch.

beet and goat cheese salad

I never realized how easy beets were to cook…I think those long stems always intimidated me. So whenever I made any beet recipes, I always used ones in cans or the precooked, packaged ones you can find in refrigerated section at the grocery store. But once I discovered how incredibly easy they are to prepare and cook, I love using beautiful fresh beets!

Ever since I got a Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Maker attachment for my mixer, I have been salivating over delicious ice cream recipes that I want to try. But none of them are Weight Watchers friendly, so they always end up on the back burner.

But when I was trying to decide what to do with some extra pumpkin puree I had in the fridge, I decided to take a stab at making some Pumpkin Pie Frozen Yogurt.

This low calorie dessert literally took me minutes to make. And then my ice cream maker did the rest. It was so flavorful and creamy…and my kids loved it! Each 1/2 cup serving is just 2 Points, and it’s a really healthier alternative to most frozen yogurts that you’d buy pre-made. After you eat all those Thanksgiving dinner calories, you can enjoy a guilt free dessert :).

This year, I think I’m going to make this to put on top of my Apple Pie, instead of using the traditional vanilla ice cream. Yum! It’s like combining the best of the two most popular Thanksgiving desserts into one.


broccoli coleslaw

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve enjoyed traditional BBQ faire, and coleslaw was always my favorite. But then when I learned that it’s a mayo based dressing and LOADED with fat, calories and cholesterol, I was disappointed. As a Weight Watchers member, I knew that I’d have to seriously limit my coleslaw intake.

pecan crusted tilapia

Get some extra heart healthy fats in your diet with this easy and delicious Pecan Crusted Tilapia Recipe. The sweet, yet delicate flavor of the pecans goes perfectly with the mild tilapia. And the cornflakes help to keep it light and crispy.

What a delicious way to get in veggie servings and TONS of fiber that will keep you full! This Pasta with Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Cauliflower Recipe is easy, beautiful, and simply delicious.

Keeping this dish sauce free allows you to fully enjoy the delicious roasted flavor of the vegetables. Though it’s not smothered in sauce, a light seasoning of olive oil, salt, pepper, and Parmesan cheese helps to balance the dish without covering up the natural flavors.

It makes a great Weight Watchers dinner recipe at just 6 Points per serving. All the fiber is very filling, so pair this pasta recipe with your favorite low-calorie dessert, and you’ve got a complete Weight Watchers friendly meal.


maple dijon chicken

I came across a version of this low calorie chicken recipe in one of Trader Joe’s Fearless Flyers a while back. It sounded really tasty and really easy, so I finally decided to give it a try. With just a few simple changes in the original recipe, my Maple Dijon Chicken was outstanding! So flavorful, so easy and yet just 5 Points per serving.