No holiday celebration is complete without sugar cookies! They are so simple, yet still so delicious, and every year I look forward to chowing down on them!
But the traditional Christmas cookie recipe can be pretty caloric. However, this Weight Watchers Sugar Cookie Recipe will keep you on your diet program and behaving like the good Weight Watcher that you are, but still allow you to enjoy one of these classic holiday favorites.
Each sugar cookie has just 1 Weight Watchers Point, but tastes like it has a heck of a lot more! These Christmas cookies are the perfect treat to take to any holiday party this year and is fantastic Weight Watchers Christmas Cookie Recipe that’s definitely worth sharing!
With all the holiday parties and dinners this time of year, it’s hard to stick to your Weight Watchers diet program and still be able to enjoy yourself. So from here on out, I’m devoting my blog to sharing with you some of my favorite Weight Watchers holiday recipes!
First up, is a Hanukkah recipe for potato pancakes (or, latkes)! Now, if you’ve made these babies in the past, I’m sure you are well aware at how greasy and fattening they typically are. And this can wreak havoc on any good Weight Watcher! Oy vey.
But this awesome Weight Watchers Latkes Recipe is incredibly easy to make and tastes fantastic. It’s so good, that anyone who eats it will have no idea that each potato pancake is just 2 Weight Watchers Points!
So this Hanukkah, don’t avoid this delicious and traditional Jewish recipe, just use this low calorie recipe and instead, and still be able to enjoy one of Hanukkah’s most tastiest dishes.
Soup is such a great food to eat at this time of year, as it’s so warm and comforting and it’s a great meal to have on those cold, snowy days.
Being an avid Weight Watcher, I am always on the look out for healthy, low calorie soup recipes that will taste great and have as few Weight Watchers Points as possible. And this Mexican Weight Watchers Soup Recipe certainly fit the bill! It has zero Points, is loaded with fiber and vitamins, and tastes amazing!!
I usually make the whole recipe and then freeze individual servings of it, so I can just take it out and easily reheat it anytime I’m too lazy to prepare another meal, or anytime I’m craving some yummy soup. It’s also the perfect vegetarian recipe and vegan recipe to serve up to anyone with dietary restrictions.
So the next time you are thinking about giving in to your Mexican food craving and driving through the nearest Taco Bell, so yourself a favor and give this delicious 0 Point Soup Recipe a try instead.
I cannot even begin to explain how overjoyed I was when I found this low calorie mozzarella sticks recipe from Weight Watchers!! I mean, really, who doesn’t love these things? But the traditional fried, greasy mozzarella sticks are low on good nutrition and high on calories and fat.
This revamped version is so good, you’ll wonder what you ever saw in the traditionally fried cheese stick recipe in the first place. These are a great snack or appetizer to serve at your upcoming holiday parties, or a tasty and healthy snack to serve up as a Super Bowl recipe. Trust me, no one will know these oven fried Weight Watchers Mozzarella Sticks are actually GOOD for them, as they are high in fiber and calcium and very low in fat and calories.
So if you are looking for a way to indulge in your favorite fried treat, give this healthy mozzarella stick recipe a try immediately!
Macaroni and cheese is such an amazing comfort food recipe, and one of my favorites at that. But being pretty high in calories and fat, it’s not really the most Points friendly food.
But I’ve just been craving it lately and I HAD to have some!! So, over Thanksgiving Day weekend, I spent some time creating an AWESOME Mac & Cheese recipe that has just 2 Points for a huge serving.
Quite honestly, I’m a big fan of the basic Kraft Mac & Cheese in a box, so I created this low calorie version to be as close to the taste of that as possible. Granted, this is no fancy schmancy macaroni and cheese dish that you’d get at a good restaurant, but it’s pretty darn good, is super easy to make, and for the gigantic difference in Points, this Weight Watchers Macaroni and Cheese recipe truly takes the cake. I mean, you can seriously chow down on this and not feel the least bit guilty. It is a really, really big serving, but if you enjoy eating that much and the calories are low, why not? :)
If you can no longer deny your macaroni and cheese cravings, give this low calorie recipe a try immediately!
The time to make that yummy Thanksgiving feast, and I’m SO excited!!! Sweet potatoes or candied yams are one of my absolute FAVORITE Thanksgiving recipes.
But this dish is usually LOADED with fat and calories, so I try to avoid it at all costs. However, after denying myself this tasty dish for so long, I became determined to find a way to make a healthy, low calorie version of it. And after many, many attempts, I finally found a truly unique Weight Watchers Thanksgiving Recipe for sweet potato pie that will please your eager taste buds, and has just 4 Points per serving!!
This sweet potato recipe is so amazingly delicious that you’ll be incredibly surprised that it’s not only super low calorie, but that it’s incredibly good for you too, and loaded with fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants.
Good Weight Watchers Thanksgiving recipes are hard to find, so don’t let this one go un-tasted!! Seriously — you MUST try it!
Thanksgiving is truly one of the best holidays ever! It’s ALL about the food. But all that feasting can really wreck havoc on all the hard work you’ve done eating healthy all year.
So, this week, I’ve decided to share some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes, made-over to have less calories and fat but still taste delicious.
The first in my series of Thanksgiving delights is this amazingly good Weight Watchers Cranberry Sauce recipe. With just 1 Weight Watchers Point per serving, you don’t need to feel any guilt about indulging in this tasty, low calorie cranberry sauce recipe!
Give it a try and serve it up on your Thanksgiving table this year.
CALLING ALL BROWNIE LOVERS…..
Who would have ever thought that there would be a brownie recipe that not only tastes GREAT, but is also low in calories, high in fiber, and is actually GOOD for you? Well, there is!!! And trust me when I tell you that these brownies are so moist, chewy, and incredibly delicious, that you will NEVER believe that they each have just 2 Weight Watchers Points per brownie!!!
This is a fudge brownie recipe that will satisfy your chocolate craving, but also give you a great dose of fiber and vitamins, and is truly a must try recipe. It’s a great healthy dessert to feed the kids and is really a perfect treat for the whole family.
Plus, with just 2 Weight Watchers Points per serving, it’ll help you stick to your diet goals while still feeling satisfied! The key is switching out one of the ingredients and making a simple, yet astonishingly healthy swap.
Want to find out how and what? Keep reading!
If there is a food that I could eat every day and not get tired of, buffalo chicken strips would be a top contender.
But since following the Weight Watchers diet plan, I was hard pressed to find an amazing buffalo chicken strip recipe that not only tasted great, but would be low in Weight Watchers Points and good for me too.
So I made up my own special, low calorie recipe! It tastes amazing, is incredibly low in fat and calories, and packs in an excellent serving of fiber!
These buffalo chicken strips are also great to make for a party or picnic, and are a great, healthy snack to chow down on during your favorite football game (Go Steelers!)
I have always adored these sweet, warm, cakey little love patties. But they aren’t at all diet friendly, so I rarely indulge myself in their yumminess. So when I read that Fiber One had released a new Pancake mix, I was overjoyed!!
I already adore their super high fiber cereal, and use it for so many recipes (which I SWEAR, I have been meaning to blog about), so I knew I had to give this high fiber, low calorie pancake recipe a try. I got up early this morning, so excited to make my special Weight Watchers pancakes with the help of Fiber One Pancake Mix. And Oh Em Gee…..they were SOOOOOO good!!
A little on the thin side, but nonetheless, they tasted amazing, and I am so incredibly with this fabulous find. I had three nice sized pancakes with butter and maple syrup for just 5 Weight Watchers Points. And I am stuffed.
Fiber One, I so love you. Thanks for this amazing pancake recipe.
Yogurt is SUCH a great dieting snack…it’s loaded with calcium, protein and lots of healthy bacteria. And though I prefer my yogurt frozen and slathered with hot fudge and Snickers pieces, that’s really not the best diet option.
So to keep it healthy, I stick to the traditional version. But there are somany yogurts out there….which one do I choose?
As I’m sure you’ve all seen in the grocery store, there are a gazillion different options….so many tempting flavors, so many low calorie options! And now there are all these different yogurts that aid in digestion or that come in smoothie form so you can drink it. With all these different choices, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But which is the BEST one?
Well, after LOTS of yogurt sampling, I’ve finally found that yogurt that makes my tastebuds and my waistline happy!! Which one is it, you ask….?
Mmmm…..chocolate and peanut butter…I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love this decadent combination. But if you’re dieting, the only chocolate and peanut butter desserts you are having are in your dreams.
Surely, there had to be a way to make this dream a reality without destroying my diet efforts. And where there’s a will, there’s a way! I found this amazing dessert recipe through Weight Watchers and I have to honestly say, this pie recipe is SO good that I CANNOT believe it’s Weight Watchers recipe!! It’s so rich and creamy, even just a few bites will satisfy you.
This pie is a fabulous dessert to take to a potluck or dinner party, because it’s so delicious, that I guarantee you that no one will know it’s a low calorie recipe.