Weight Watchers Egg Recipes

Weight Watchers Egg Recipes

December 26, 2017   8 Comments

These Weight Watchers egg recipes range from zero to three Smart Points per serving.

I don’t have many egg recipes on Snack Girl. I think the reason is that I like to fry up an egg, toss it on a small piece of whole wheat toast, and hit it with some hot sauce. Yum!

I don’t like omelets and quiche is way too high in calories to feature on the site.

So, that leaves me with five recipes to share with you but they are all GREAT! I love the lighter deviled eggs. These are tastier than regular deviled eggs.

Many of my recipes do contain eggs and I will be working on them as the year progresses. I can see how my pancake and muffin recipes will change because of Freestyle.

Until then, enjoy these recipes for the new year.

Do you love eggs? How do you eat them?

ZERO SMART POINTS

Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin

Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin

Get the recipe here: Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin Recipe

Soft Boiled Egg Recipe

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Get the recipe here: Soft Boiled Egg Recipe

ONE SMART POINT

Avocado Deviled Eggs

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Get the recipe here: Avocado Deviled Eggs Recipe

Lighter Deviled Eggs

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Get the recipe here: Lighter Deviled Eggs Recipe

THREE SMARTPOINTS

Baked Eggs and Cheese in Toast Cups

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Get the recipe here: Baked Eggs and Cheese in Toast Cups Recipe

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8 Comments:

Thank you for these great recipes!! I got interested in deviled eggs again when we had hens in the yard. Very fresh eggs can be tough to peel when hardboiled. i learned that if I steamed them instead of boiling them, and then dropped them immediately into cold water, it worked great. I steam them for 18 or 19 minutes, starting with the pan and steaming water still cold.

on December 26, 2017

I have made this using avocado instead of toast seasoning the avocado with Trader Joe's Everything but the Bagel and topping the egg with grated Parmesan cheese

on December 26, 2017

I'm a big fan of eggs. I turn my homemade vegetable soups (with or without chicken or turkey) into egg-drop soup by stirring beaten eggs or Eggbeaters (either works better than egg whites) into soup at medium boil. It adds protein & texture and tastes great!

on December 26, 2017

Thank you for including the sodium count with your posts! I signed up for Weight Watchers, but was a little surprised that much of what I'm seeing in their recipes doesn't include sodium.

on December 26, 2017

I am going to try the Avocado eggs soon, they look super delish, whats not to like. Thanks for sharing, love your website.

on December 26, 2017

My favorite eggs are poached. I love them over sautéed veggies. Yummy. For Super Bowl I am going to try the devil eggs with avocado. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing.

on December 26, 2017

I eat eggs any way I can get them (except omelets which are a bit too "organized" for me).
Love your Baked Eggs with Toast (I usually omit the cheese). The avocado deviled eggs are a big hit, though remind me of "Green Eggs and Ham." I like Shashushka, eggs with onions and a tomato sauce - basically WW zero points now, also spiraled sweet potatoes with egg and onions. Yum!

on December 26, 2017

I love eggs any time of day. They are low in calories and delicious just about any way. I have even had them raw in Japan at the Sukiyaki restaurant. Cooked beef is dipped in mixed raw egg as a traditional manner of eating. Yum!

on December 26, 2017


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