After all, there’s nothing worse than having to make multiple meals when you’re trying to get in shape. Just because you’re cutting back doesn’t mean the whole house is, right?
And since they’re so hands-off, you’ll have more time to work out, play with the kids, or walk the dog. Talk about a win-win!
1. Weight Watchers Crock Pot Turkey Chili
Full of flavor, high in protein, and low in carbs, this is a fantastic zero-point chili recipe.
It’s so good; I suggest you make a big batch and freeze it for a quick and warming meal on busy weeknights.
You’ll leave the dinner table feeling full and satisfied after a serving of this chili. But since it’s zero points, you could add some cornbread to the side too.
2. Crock Pot Creamy Italian Chicken – Weight Watchers
This recipe is definitely a two-for-one deal!
Cook the meat in the Crock Pot, or whip it together in no time with your Instant Pot. Either way, the creamy chicken comes out tender, juicy, and filling!
This is a low point dinner, especially if you enjoy it as a soup rather than over egg noodles or potatoes.
3. Weight Watchers Tuscan Chicken Pasta
Eating healthy doesn’t have to mean cutting out carbs! Instead, it is all about balancing each portion with veggies and healthy proteins.
This Tuscan pasta is so rich and creamy and the sun dried tomatoes bring to life the lovely Tuscan flavor in the pasta.
Depending on your plan, this recipe counts for 2-10 points.
4. Crock Pot Salsa Chicken
This slow cooker salsa chicken is an easy and delicious dinner to add to your menu.
It doesn’t get much simpler than just two ingredients and a green light on your slow cooker. The chicken will be so tender, juicy, and loaded with flavor after cooking for hours in your favorite salsa.
It can even be a zero-point dinner depending on how you enjoy this chicken.
Pour it over corn tortillas with black beans and rice, or as a chicken tortillas soup. Yum!
5. Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Beef Stew
It doesn’t get much better than hearty potatoes, carrots, onion, and succulent, fall-apart beef.
This recipe is calorie-friendly and brings the delicious flavors of home cooked beef stew right to your bowl.
You can even make this in your Instant Pot for a quick and hearty dinner.
6. Slow Cooker Acorn Squash with Mango Chutney and Coconut
Vegans rejoice! This squash is so delicious; you’ll definitely want to make extra.
It’s lightly sweet, but not so sweet you’d think it’s a Weight Watchers dessert.
Instead, it features savory acorn squash cooked with tangy mango chutney and sweet coconut for a delicious vegan dinner centerpiece.
Serve warm on its own or with a zesty quinoa salad.
7. Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Loin with Applesauce
Say it again for the people in the back: Applesauce. Barbecue. Pulled. Pork.
Pork loin is a bit higher on the point scale than other proteins, but this recipe is worth the sacrifice. It’s crazy tender and melts in your mouth.
The applesauce adds a delicious sweetness to the meat and pairs well with your favorite tangy slaw.
8. Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Sweet & Sour Chicken
Worried you’ll miss out on yummy takeout if you try Weight Watchers? Not with this sweet and sour recipe!
Go ahead and use frozen stir fry vegetables to make this sweet and sour chicken insanely easy. This is perfect for prepping lunches, too!
9. Weight Watchers Cheeseburger Soup
I can’t lie: this doesn’t give you the same satisfaction as biting into a thick and juicy burger. But it is terrific if you have a craving.
10. Slow Cooker Whole Chicken
Who needs rotisserie chicken when you can make your own for less?
By slow-cooking a whole chicken, you’ll find deep saturation of herby flavor in every juicy bite.
Whether you enjoy this chicken as the center of your dinner or use it in other recipes, this is one recipe you have to try.
How is this a WW recipe? NO FOOD is off limits on WW and WW themselves stresses that a lot on their social media pages. That is one reason why I love WW. You can pretty much eat ANYTHING to lose weight just as long as you stay in your daily points range for that.
How does Weight Watchers work?
Each recipe or food has a Smart Points value. This is calculated using calories, saturated fat, protein, and sugar. It is best to stay away from foods that are loaded with saturated fat and sugar on the plan because those foods are higher in points. When you register with Weight Watchers you are given a daily set of points to target based on your age, gender, height, and activity level. Think of it as an easier way to track your macros.
Can you lose weight on Weight Watchers?
Yes you can! I did Points Plus (which is an older WW plan) and lost 20 pounds. I have also lost 12.8 pounds doing Freestyle. Weight loss is a slow and steady progress and a lot of people are discouraged when they do lose weight fast enough. Just remember this as a rule and look for people to follow on social media that will continue to inspire you to lose weight.
What Is the Weight Watchers Diet?
Founded in 1963 by a homemaker in Queens, New York, Weight Watchers is a global company headquartered in The United States offering weight loss, maintenance, fitness and mindset services. In 2018 the company rebranded to WW to reflect its new focus on overall health and wellness overweight alone. The weight loss and dietary programs have changed over the years, with the most popular in recent years focusing on a point system. Users keep track of what they eat, each assigned a point value, helping target a certain amount for a day.
11. Easy Slow Cooer Chicken & Gravy
This recipe for easy slow cooker chicken and gravy is really tasty. Served with mashed potatoes, green beans and cranberry sauce, it was a big hit. But, there’s not much that makes my husband or me happier than mashed potatoes and gravy for dinner!
12. Skinny Cheesy Slow Cooker Southwestern Chicken
Made with just six ingredients, this Slow Cooker Cheesy Southwestern Chicken is an easy and healthy dinner your whole family will love. This dump and go slow cooker recipe is a complete one-dish meal with just 370 calories that’s perfect for busy days.
13. Ingredient Slow Cooker Kalua Pork
This Hawaiian Slow Cooker Kalua Pork would be delicious on buns, in tortillas or in lettuce wraps too. According to my calculations based on the nutritional information provided for the recipe, each serving has 227 calories and 5 WW SmartPoints.
14. Bean Turkey Sausage Chili
Here’s a super simple, very basic recipe for slow cooker chili made with turkey sausage and 3 different kinds of beans I think you are going to love. We all did!
15. Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken
An easy, low carb chicken dinner with chicken, balsamic vinegar, garlic, broth, and a couple of spices that takes less than 10 minutes to prep via Word To Your Mother Blog.
16. Crock Pot Honey Garlic Chicken
There’s a good reason this Weight Watchers crockpot recipe has been shared over & over again-it’s FABULOUS! Maybe the sticky-sweet honey garlic sauce is the key? Or perhaps it’s the fail-proof method of switching the slow cooker from high to low mid way that makes the chick so tender and juicy? Either way, if you haven’t tried this Honey Garlic Chicken from Diethood you haven’t lived! Make it tonight!
17. WEIGHT WATCHERS TUSCAN CHICKEN PASTA
This is a Tuscan chicken recipe unlike any other. It’s creamy, savory, and so delicious!
To make this Tuscan chicken, you’ll need ingredients like chicken breast, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, cottage cheese, and plain Greek yogurt. To achieve just 7 SmartPoints per serving, it is suggested to use fat-free cheese and yogurt. You can do the same, or choose full-fat versions. It’s up to you! Either way, this Weight Watchers crock-pot recipe is going to result in an incredible meal!
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