Weight Watchers Friendly Recipes

Friendly Weight Watchers Recipes

April 17, 2014   8 Comments

Over the last couple of years, I have had many readers join me who are Weight Watchers members. Snack Girl and Weight Watchers go together because we both emphasize fruits and vegetables.

I try to come up with TWO new recipes per week - so be sure to subscribe here with your e-mail address to get the latest!

What I love about eating fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean cuts of meat is that you get the benefits of healthier eating (less chance for diabetes, heart disease, cancer) at the same time as you lose weight. You are working on living longer AND looking good in your tank top.

I have chosen 10 Weight Watchers friendly recipes that I think could be great additions to anyone's diet. I eat many of these myself every week (or month) - and I hope you fall in love with a couple of them.

The recipes are developed by Snack Girl and are not endorsed, sponsored or approved by Weight Watchers International, Inc. Points values are calculated by me and provided for information only.

Zero Points+:

1. greensmoothieb This Green Smoothie Does NOT Taste Like Grass

2. pinebananab Skip The Ice Cream: Grill Your Dessert

One Points+:

3. kaleschips2b Kale Chips: The Legend Continues

4. Buffalo Chicken Meatballs Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

Two Points+:

5. Lighter Egg Rolls An Egg Roll Makeover

6. Smoky Cauliflower: Yum! Add A Little of This To Your Cauliflower

7. Butter Cake A Slice of Yummy Cake for 80 Calories

8. French Fry Bites It’s All About The Portion Size: French Fry Bites

9. DIY Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Stop Buying Frozen Yogurt and Make Your Own

10. portabellomushroompizzab Love Pizza? Try This 100 Calorie Version

Here are ALL the Weight Watchers friendly recipes on Snack Girl:

Which are your favorite recipes? What have I missed?

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Thank you! We all need a few new recipe ideas - discovered your site a couple of months ago and enjoy seeing your posts every morning.

on April 17, 2014

Thank you for all your good research and recipes. I made the black bean brownies last night, they were really good.
I have lost the extra twenty with ww Simple Start these last 3 months and read your emails every morning. This is the best approach ww has ever taken, and it is as you say fruit, vege, lean meat/fish etc. i hope you will continue to share your work and develop more low salt/sugar recipes. Thanks:)

on April 17, 2014

These look great, I have used weight watchers in the past and am a big believer and I have not seen a lot of these recipes before. Will definitely be trying several of these!

on April 17, 2014

Thank you for today's blog! I re-joined weight watchers about 2 months ago and having all these new recipes are great! I am totally focused on eating more friuts, veggies and whole foods and less processed stuff. Your recipes really help with my goals!

on April 17, 2014

One of the things I like about your articles - besides your humor and practical perspective - is your familiarity with Weight Watchers and inclusion of estimated PointsPlus values. You no doubt have readers wondering whether you yourself have ever joined Weight Watchers. Do tell.

on April 17, 2014

I have used many of your recipes. However being diabetic I really wish you would add the Sugar count to your recipes.

on April 17, 2014

Love your portobello mushroom "pizza" - I stuff them with chicken tinga from slenderkitchen.com or a sauteed crumbled vege burger. Your "butter cake" is great! Your baked oatmeal is fab and your roasted veges have changed my life. AND, my copy of your book arrived yesterday. Thank you, thank you.

on April 17, 2014

I am also diabetic (type 2) and appreciate the good recipes and find sugar information helpful. Thanks and keep up the great work!

on April 23, 2014

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