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Zero Point recipes on the WeightWatchers program

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Zero Point recipes on the WeightWatchers program

Dine like a champion with these guilt-free Zero Point Recipes on the WeightWatchers Program. These recipes allow you to have delicious meals without compromising your points, making your WeightWatchers an enjoyable experience whether you’re in the mood for a salad, a stew, or even a sandwich. Who says dieting can’t be satisfying?

1. Stuffed Mushrooms

Whether they’re served as an appetizer or a side dish, these baked stuffed mushrooms are sure to delight anyone currently on Weight Watchers. Just stuff your baby mushrooms with parmesan, cream cheese, minced garlic, and breadcrumbs for a flavorful bite.

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h2>2. Quick Easy Fish Stew

Ready to eat in 30 minutes, this stew is full of fresh seafood that will delight any tastebuds. Play around with flavor by adding scallops, shrimp, or tilapia; whatever you choose, it’ll taste great with your stock and fresh herbs.

3. Seriously Good Vegetable Soup

The cool thing about making this vegetable soup is that you can customize it with any veggie you have lying around, like potatoes, carrots, and spinach. However, we think this hearty soup tastes best, with cauliflower, green beans, and zucchini.

4. Chicken Salad

Whether you’re using it to make a sandwich, or eating it as a snack, this chicken salad recipe will have you coming back for more! Add ingredients like bacon or bleu cheese to put your twist on this classic.

5. Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

Looking for the perfect savory side to go with tonight’s dinner that’s also quick and easy to make? Look no further than this delightful, appetizing take on roasted potatoes that compliments any entree.

6. Beef and Broccoli with the Best Sauce

If you’re looking for something different to serve up in your household tonight, this delicious, easy beef and broccoli recipe is one you shouldn’t overlook. Just add some soy and sesame oil to give an Asian flare to beef!

7. Curry Red Lentil Stew with Kale and Chickpeas

This creamy, spicy curry red lentil stew with kale and chickpeas is healthy and full of robust, savory flavors like onion, ginger, turmeric, fire-roasted tomatoes, and cumin. This easy-to-make stew is best served over fresh jasmine or basmati rice.

8. Sheet Pan Chicken with Rainbow Vegetables

For a fast dinner that looks just as good as it tastes, try tossing together some chicken and fresh veggies in a pan and baking for 30 minutes. Sheet pan chicken works best with colorful carrots, sweet potatoes, and zucchini!

9. Chickpea Tomato Soup

Made either in a slow cooker or Instant Pot, chickpeas, chopped basil, garlic clovers, and celery are tossed into a tomato-chicken broth base for a soup that’s as heart as it is healthy. For some texture, toss in some croutons.

10. Chicken Vegetable Soup

If you’re trying to elevate the vegetable soup recipe we mentioned earlier, try adding chicken! What makes this healthy soup recipe great is if you don’t want to use carrots and celery, you can substitute with vegetables of your choice.

11. Easy Chinese Chilli Chicken Dry

As the name implies, this is an easy take on an amazing Chinese dish that your whole family will enjoy. When it comes to ingredients, between the deep-fried chicken and this amazing spicy sauce, what’s not to love about it?

12. Eggplant Curry

This unique South Indian curry bowl is spicy, delicious, and easy to prepare. Filled with flavorful ingredients like eggplant, ginger, tomato, and coconut milk, you can enjoy a healthy dish that tastes incredible and is only 250 calories per serving!

13. One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice

You don’t have to sacrifice flavor while on Weight Watchers and this one-pan chicken recipe with cheese, rice, and broccoli proves it. Toss your ingredients together in a pan, add garlic, and simmer until ready to eat in 30 minutes.

14. Maple Roasted Pumpkin with Chili and Feta

Both sweet and savory, this maple-roasted pumpkin with chili is the perfect meal to make during the fall and winter seasons. Serve and enjoy as is in a bowl or add a scoopful to a crostini for a bite-sized appetizer.

15. Vegetable Stir Fry

This vegetable stir fry is crunchy, colorful, healthy, and easy to make – it takes just 20 minutes! Toss together carrots, mushrooms, peppers, and snow peas as your base and compliment it with everything from fresh shrimp to tofu and turkey!

16. Tuna Salad

This tuna salad recipe makes for the perfect healthy lunch any day of the week. Featuring bold flavors like Dijon mustard, and red onion, this can be enjoyed in a bowl, as a sandwich, or on crisp lettuce leaves.

One of the benefits of being on the Weight Watchers plan is that you never have to sacrifice good flavor. These recipes offer just a snippet into all the fun, flavorful, and exciting meals you can enjoy tonight, tomorrow, and moving forward!

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