Weight Watchers has reinvented itself over the years and because of that, it is becoming more popular now than ever. The new tailored program will look at your food preferences, eating habits, and your goals to help find the perfect match for you! The program works with a SmartPoints system that is personalized for your age, height, weight, and gender to help you lose weight.

Once you’ve determined which plan you’ll be following, you’re going to need delicious recipes to get you started. We’ve compiled a list of Weight Watchers-friendly recipes to help you stick to your goals! We made sure to include a variety of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert ideas so that you’re prepared for every meal! Now, let’s dig in and enjoy delicious, healthy food!

1. Weight Watchers Bagels

A regular bagel make take up a ton of sacred points but not these Weight Watcher-friendly bagels! These two-ingredient bagels come together effortlessly which is a relief since you’re making these from scratch!

Top the bagels with Trader Joe’s Everything but the Bagel seasoning for added flavor. Finally, these guilt-free bagels are only two points and can be enjoyed with your favorite Weight Watchers-friendly spreads.

WW: 2 points

2. Sunday Pot Roast Dinner

Even your favorite family pot roast recipe can be converted into a low point meal! This Sunday pot roast meal comes together quickly with the help of an Instant Pot.

This one-pot recipe explains how you can cook the pot roast, potatoes, and the carrots simultaneously which is a huge game-changer for family meals. Not only is the meal easy to prepare but the cleanup will be a breeze too and we all could use more of that in our lives, right?

WW: 3 points

3. Four-Ingredient Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars

How many of you have fell victim to the candy bars starring at you in the checkout line? Don’t reach for that sugar-loaded candy bar because you can make these delicious peanut butter chocolate bars quickly and effortlessly at home!

This three-point dessert uses ingredients like sugar-free peanut butter, almond butter, and dark chocolate so that you can dig in guilt-free. Share this dessert with friends or keep the bars all for yourself — we don’t judge here!

WW: 3 points

4. Pepperoni Pizza Casserole

The next time you have a craving for pizza try this easy casserole recipe! This five-point meal is so flavorful, it will impress your whole family!

There are a few important ingredients that help this meal have low points such as 99% fat-free lean ground turkey, low-fat spaghetti sauce, turkey pepperoni, and reduced-fat mozzarella cheese. The casserole requires just 20 minutes in the oven and yields 12 servings!

WW: 2 points

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5. Chicken Enchilada Soup

It’s always a great idea to have delicious soup recipes in your back pocket especially on those cold dreary days or for when you’re feeling under the weather. This chicken enchilada soup will not disappoint!

It’s full of savory Mexican flavor, tender pieces of chicken and several other wonderful ingredients. The most impressive thing about this recipe is that each serving is only one point!

WW: 1 point

6. One-Skillet Chicken And Broccoli Dinner

Who needs takeout when you can indulge in this delicious chicken and broccoli dinner guilt-free! This meal yields only two points and is full of savory flavors.

As a bonus, this is a one-skillet recipe that makes the prep work easy and the cleanup even easier! If you serve this with a side of brown rice you’ll only have to add one additional point to your meal.

WW: 2 points

7. Chicken Taco Casserole

The next time you’re craving tacos serve this chicken taco casserole for dinner! This recipe yields six servings which means it can feed the whole family effortlessly.

Each serving is about a cup worth of the casserole and is six Weight Watchers points. It’s important to use ingredients like fat-free or low-fat cheese, nonfat sour cream, and low-fat tortilla chips to keep the WW points low.

WW: 6 points

8. Buffalo Ranch Chicken Pasta

You can never go wrong with pasta for dinner, after all, it’s a crowd favorite! But this buffalo ranch chicken pasta is about to become a new favorite in your household!

Full of bold spicy flavors of Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo sauce and ooey-gooey cheese — there is a lot to look forward to. This savory Weight Watchers-approved meal comes together in less than 30 minutes!

WW: 3 points

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9. Chocolate Chip Cookies

We all get sweet tooth cravings from time to time but one chocolate chip cookie here can quickly turn into four chocolate chip cookies there and a downward spiral after that! So to help you stay on track with your points this blogger developed a delicious chocolate chip cookie recipe that is only three WW points per cookie.

You’ll need a few WW-friendly ingredients such as light butter, dark brown sugar, and semi-sweet chocolate chips. This recipe yields 24 servings and comes together in just 15 minutes!

WW: 3 points

10. Orange Glazed Chicken And Sweet Potato Kebabs

The great thing about this recipe is that it can be served as an appetizer or as a meal served with sides like rice and additional veggies. This recipe puts a fun twist on a takeout favorite, orange chicken, and turns it into a delicious bite you need to try.

These kebabs are healthy too as they’re full of protein-rich chicken and sweet potatoes. Some of the lovely flavors come from honey, fresh ginger, and orange juice!

WW: 9 points

11. Veggie Loaded Mac And Cheese

Mac and cheese is a meal that is loved by both children and adults alike. What’s not to love? With comforting pasta, and ooey-gooey cheese you cannot go wrong!

This recipe puts a healthy spin on a classic recipe to give you a WW-friendly meal you can enjoy with the family. The mac and cheese is loaded with veggies, low-fat cheese and enough flavor that will have you begging for more!

WW: 6 points

12. Baked Cream Cheese Spaghetti Casserole

This blogger shares how you can transform a classic meal like spaghetti into an impressive casserole that the whole family will enjoy! This recipe uses simple ingredients and comes together in around 30 minutes.

The casserole yields eight servings and is 11 WW points per serving. Enjoy it for dinner and if you’re lucky enough to have leftovers you can enjoy it for lunch the next day!

WW: 11 points

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13. Dump And Bake Salsa Chicken

Chicken is a staple in most homes but it can be difficult to think up new inventive ways to enjoy it. This recipe combines simple ingredients, most of which you’ll already have on hand to make a flavorful meal that you and the family will enjoy.

This meal combines tender chicken breasts with black beans, corn, salsa, and seasonings to create an unforgettable dinner. The best thing about this recipe is that it’s 0 WW points — if that isn’t impressive, we don’t know what is!

WW: 0 points

14. Brownie Cookies

Brownies meet cookies with this recipe! It’s hard to resist a fudgy, chocolatey brownie but with this recipe, you can indulge guilt-free as each cookie is only one WW point!

You’ll need just a handful of ingredients and less than 20 minutes of your time to whip these cookies into shape! This recipe also yields 24 servings which means you’ll have plenty on hand to conquer the cravings when they strike.

WW: 1 point

15. Traditional Shepherd’s Pie

You can never go wrong with classic comfort foods like shepherd’s pie. Your grandmother’s recipe is about to get a healthy makeover!

This recipe is just as savory as traditional shepherd’s pie and is only six WW points per serving. To help make this recipe have fewer calories and fat you’ll need to use ingredients like fat-free milk, low-fat sour cream, and fat-free beef broth.

WW: 6 points

16. Pancakes

Enjoy a plate of guilt-free fluffy pancakes with this recipe! While they may be healthy and only one Weight Watchers point each, you won’t taste the difference!

This simple pancake recipe is made with fat-free plain Greek yogurt, egg whites, fat-free milk, and a few other ingredients. Top the pancakes with fresh blueberries and a drizzle of pure maple syrup.

WW: 1 point

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17. Cheesecake

Satisfying a sweet tooth craving with a zero-point dessert! This cheesecake is made with just five ingredients! Keep in mind, after baking, you will need to chill the dessert in the fridge overnight so be sure to make this at least a day ahead of when you need/want it!

The cheesecake is flavored with a box of instant fat-free, sugar-free cheesecake of vanilla pudding mix and a dash of vanilla extract. You can also serve the cheesecake with fresh berries for added flavor!

WW: 0 points

18. Breakfast Burrito Bowl

Burrito bowls are a growing trend as people are ordering them now more than ever. Instead of digging into a burrito bowl for dinner, dig into a delicious and healthy burrito bowl for breakfast using this recipe!

The burrito bowl consists of butternut squash, a homemade pico de gallo, and an egg. Top the bowl with reduced-fat shredded cheese and chopped avocado for added flavor!

WW: 6 points

19. Dorito Taco Salad

Dorito taco salad would make a great lunch or light dinner. It’s full of flavor and texture and is bound to excite your tastebuds.

It’s important to use lean ground beef, low-sodium taco seasoning, and fat-free cheese to keep the points low. This recipe yields eight servings which would be great for prepping lunches ahead of time or to share with the whole family!

WW: 5 points

20. Cinnamon Apples

With soft apples and a dash of cinnamon, this cinnamon apple dessert will remind you of warm apple pie! The secret to making this a zero-point dessert is to sweeten the dish with zero-calorie sweetener and sugar-free maple syrup.

These delicious cinnamon apples can be enjoyed warm or cold — your choice! They’re so tasty you could enjoy them as a dessert or as a snack when that sweet tooth craving hits.

WW: 0 Points

Clarissa Vanner

Clarissa loves experimenting with food of all cultures to make unique healthy dishes. When she’s not browsing Pinterest for new recipe inspiration she likes to pick up a DIY project and use her creative hands to make art or crafts. In her down time you can find her watching the latest documentaries on Netflix or going for nature walks.

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