This rich-tasting creamy Weight Watchers eggnog recipe is a delicious and festive way to celebrate the holiday with family and friends! And what Christmas celebration is complete without it!?

But the traditional eggnog recipe is LOADED with fat and calories and is quite high in Points.

Try this slimmed down version and enjoy this Christmas beverage favorite for only 5 Weight Watchers Points per serving. And trust me when I tell you that this low calorie eggnog recipe tastes just as good as the high calorie version!

So if you are looking for a rockin’ Weight Watchers Holiday beverage recipe for your Christmas shindig, make sure to give this one a try!

This pairing of sweet apple juice and spicy curry powder makes for a salad that’ll have your taste buds talking! This butternut squash recipe is so unique and festive, it will make a wonderful holiday side dish to any Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa dinner.

With just 3 Points per serving, this is one filling Weight Watchers Salad Recipe that is sure to please your dinner guests and yet still help you stay within your daily Points range. Plus, it’s incredibly healthy — low in calories and fat and packed with fiber, vitamins and antioxidants.

This dish is so deliciously flavorful and colorful, I’m betting it will become a squash recipe that you’ll end up preparing more than on just the holidays! The thing I love most about it is that it’s so easy to prepare and yet so impressive! – much better than the traditional, albeit slightly boring, green leaf salads.

And if it’s a good Kwanzaa recipe that you are looking for, this butternut squash salad will be a wonderful compliment to your meal. This Weight Watchers Holiday Recipe is sure to dress up any dinner table this year, so make sure to give it a try!

Holiday parties are definitely a time for cocktail consumption, but unfortunately, those tasty drinks can rack up the calories and Weight Watchers Points pretty fast.

But with this super tasty and minty fresh Weight Watchers Cocktail Recipe, you don’t have to avoid the festive holiday drinks that you love so much!

This Peppermint Martini is such a great holiday drink to serve at your Christmas party this year – it tastes so fresh and winter-y and is only 3 Points, so you can indulge with minimal guilt. Just one word of caution, these peppermintinis are pretty potent and one too many may make you throw caution to the wind and start downing everything in sight, so play it safe and stick to just one or two.

This delicious Peppermint Martini Recipe is sure to be a hit at your holiday bash!

This easy to make Weight Watchers appetizer recipe is a must do for your Christmas or Hanukkah party this year. They are elegant and sophisticated in appearance and taste AMAZING!

The fig and Gorgonzola combination goes so well together, and gives this appetizer such a seasonal, holiday flavor. And it tastes so incredibly rich and decadent. It’s the perfect little finger food recipe! And with just 1 Weight Watchers Point for 3 of these beautiful little gourmet goodies, you can enjoy quite a few of them without any guilt.

What I like a lot about this dish, is that it’s very unique appetizer recipe, and it will give your guests a chance to try out something deliciously new. Plus, they take very little effort to prepare, so you can whip up an impressive batch in a pinch.

If you are looking for an exciting new Weight Watchers Appetizer Recipe to serve up at your holiday dinner or party this year, give this one a try!

I am in love with mashed potatoes, like seriously IN LOVE. But being a Weight Watcher, they can take up a lot of my daily Points if I decide to indulge in them!

One day after having the most awesome, yummiest garlic mashed potatoes EVER at Stonefire Grill, I was determined to recreate this amazingly delicious mashed potato recipe with less fat, calories and Weight Watchers Points.

And I must say, I’m pretty darn proud of myself!

My version was creamy and flavorful and so incredibly tasty, I was THRILLED that each serving was only 3 Weight Watchers Points. Plus, because it has so much going on in it, you don’t need to add any gravy, which therefore adds on Points.

So this is the perfect Weight Watchers holiday recipe to serve up this year. If you love mashed potatoes, but don’t want to blow your Points on an unhealthy version, give my Weight Watchers garlic Mashed Potatoes recipe a try immediately.

It’s a must for your Christmas or Hanukkah dinner table!

Stuffed Cabbage is a classic Jewish recipe that makes a great addition to your Hanukkah dinner!

Most beef stuffed cabbage recipes can be pretty fattening and caloric, but this slimmed down version is sure to make you jump for joy. Each 2 roll serving has just 6 Weight Watchers Points, and the taste is so amazing, no one will even know that it’s a Weight Watchers recipe. They are very easy to make and they serve as a great dish to take to a holiday gathering or potluck dinner.

So if you are looking for a delicious Hanukkah recipe that is tasty, impressive and low in Points, give this one a try – your friends and family are sure to love it!

This delicious Weight Watchers Pot Roast recipe makes a lovely main course for any Hanukkah or Christmas dinner. It’s flavorful, soft, tender and juicy, and low in WW Points.

You can even turn leftovers into flavorful steak sandwiches or eat some for breakfast with scrambled eggs.

The herb crusted coating gives it a lovely aroma and an aesthetic beauty, so it will look gorgeous on your holiday dinner table!

Here’s another tasty holiday dessert recipe that is sure to go over very well with your dinner guests! It’s incredibly easy to make, tastes fabulous and is a great Weight Watchers Christmas Dessert to enjoy, if you are counting your Points.

This apple cobbler recipe or apple streusel recipe, is great to make in lieu of an apple pie because it will save you a lot of Weight Watchers Points, but still have the same general taste as your traditional apple pie recipe.

Another thing I liked about this dish was that it was SO easy to serve. Most apple cobblers, streusels or pies can get messy when served in the usual pie dish.

When I made this for a dinner party, I prepared individual servings in little dessert bowls, and simply set them out for guests to grab as they mingled around. It looked so CUTE and was a unique, gourmet way of serving it. And of course, it tasted so good, no one knew that each serving of these cute little serving was so low in calories.

If you are a Weight Watcher, the holidays can be tough — so give this low calorie apple streusel recipe a try this Christmas and enjoy a traditional holiday treat without all the extra fat and calories!

No Christmas or Hanukkah dinner is complete without bread or rolls, and this delicious Buttermilk Biscuit Recipe is the perfect addition to any holiday meal.

While the typical roll or buttermilk biscuit has tons of extra fat and calories, each of these tasty biscuits has just 3 Points and they are soft, doughy and delicious…..sooooo good!! They taste so great, that no one will even know the biscuits are low in calories or Points. And it’s such a fast dish to prepare, it’s the perfect biscuit to make any time of the year, with any dinner.

So if you are looking for a good Christmas Biscuit Recipe, or a good Hanukkah Bread Recipe, give this one a try. It’s a great way to enjoy some yummy carbs, without busting your Weight Watchers Points bank!

A traditional holiday favorite, this pumpkin pie recipe won’t weigh you down! With just 3 Points per serving, it’s the perfect Weight Watchers dessert recipe to try out this Christmas or next Thanksgiving!

It tastes amazing, and has all the creamy, pumpkin-y goodness of the traditional pumpkin pie, but with a lot less fat and calories. It’s also pretty easy to make and will make a fantastic ending to your holiday meals. Try topping it off with a bit of Fat Free Reddi-Whip for an added touch.

Without a doubt, you’ll be gobbling down some pumpkin pie this Christmas, so why not make a much healthier version of it to share with friends and family.

The key to this classic holiday recipe being so low in Weight Watchers Points, is replacing a butter-laden crust with layers of light, crispy phyllo dough; using fat-free egg substitute instead of whole eggs; and using vanilla extract for sweetness.

Not only is this a great dessert to serve after Christmas dinner, but make sure to keep this Weight Watchers Pumpkin Pie dish on file for next Thanksgiving too, as it’s the best Weight Watchers Thanksgiving recipe for pumpkin pie that you’ll ever find.

If you are looking for the perfect, festive holiday treat, try this delicious Weight Watchers Gingerbread Recipe for your next holiday party.

There is nothing like the taste of gingerbread around this time of year to make it really feel like Christmas, so I was thrilled to find such a low Points Christmas recipe to share! The thing I love about this holiday dessert recipe, is that they are gingerbread cupcakes, as opposed to the traditional gingerbread cookies, so it’s unique. PLUS, I love finger food desserts that don’t require me to sit down with a plate and fork.

These little low calorie Christmas cupcakes are so tasty and incredibly cute, your guests will love them – and feel free to decorate them for a more festive touch! I also like to serve them with a nice, hot spiced apple cider.

And with just 2 Weight Watchers Points per cupcake, this holiday gingerbread recipe is a MUST. Enjoy!

‘Tis the season — for eating! There are just so many wonderful dishes this time of year, it’s hard to control my excitement. But in order to keep myself on track with my Weight Watchers diet plan, I try to do a lot of cooking at home.

This year, I plan on using this amazingly yummy Weight Watchers Christmas Ham Recipe. It’s a cranberry-orange glazed glazed ham, that not only tastes amazing, looks beautiful and has just 5 Weight Watchers Points, but it’s incredibly easy to make and is a Weight Watchers Christmas recipe worth sharing.

This is one of the best holiday recipes to make for a large party or dinner celebration because it’s so fast and easy and will look very impressive on your table. This Weight Watchers Holiday Recipe is sure to be a favorite with all of your friends and family!