Weight Watchers Recipe Ideas – Soups, Meals, Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks
Although I spent my Spring Break vacation with the kids firmly rooted here in Chicago, I somehow managed to indulge in food and drink as if I was living it up in some tropical locale.
You could say I was eating and drinking my way through all those Spring Break Facebook posts reminding me that my friends and family live much more fabulous lives than I! 😉
But now it’s time to buckle down. A hint of warmth over the weekend was a much-needed reminder that I’m not quite ready to let go of my over-sized sweaters and coats. And I’m faaaaaaar away from even thinking about putting on a bathing suit.
* shudder *
And to keep me in line, my daughter is going to join me for healthy dinner options. Not as a weight loss plan (though what teen girl isn’t chasing after losing that five pounds) but more as a lesson for her in portion size and control. I fear she has inherited my binging ways.
So I thought I’d pull together some of our favorites here all in one space ….
Sesame Chicken & Rice – 10 Weight Watchers Points
Blueberry Cheese Danish – 6 Weight Watchers Points
Cauliflower Poppers – 0 Weight Watchers Points
Chicken Fajitas – 9 Weight Watchers Points
Vegetable Soup – 0 Weight Watchers Points
Spicy Tomato Cabbage Soup – 0 Weight Watchers Points
Butternut Squash Soup – 1 Weight Watchers Point
Stuffed Shells – 7 Weight Watchers Points Points
Healthy Gumbo – 5 Weight Watchers Points
Fish Tacos – 7 Weight Watchers Points
Ginger Root Tea with Honey – 1 Weight Watchers Point
Dry Roasted Almonds – 1 Weight Watchers Point
Canellini Bean Soup – 4 Weight Watchers Points
2-Point Egg in Spicy Tomato Sauce Recipe
2-Point Honey Mustard Dressing
Kelly DeVol says
Thanks Linda! These all look delicious! I’ve just “re joined” WW, with the hope of sticking with it. You are right – portion control is half of the battle! Good luck to you on this journey! Anything is better than where I was/have been!
How did you know I need to lose about 10lbs. from my pigging out over winter. For long time could eat what I wanted, as much but this winter (must have been end of skinny time for me) I gained and clothes are tight if can get into at all, ugh.
Good for you, WW meals you showed look really tasty, so go for it. We tend to eat smaller portions as we use salad plates for meals mostly. I need much more exercise so since we got new harness for our mini horse ( 75 lb.dog Tommy) can take him/myself for walks. Getting up early to tend to chickens has brought me an appreciation for how pretty it is in early a.m. Seeing your WW meals has helped to spur me on to eating better (goodbye red vines). Thanks for inspiration. WW is a good way to lose weight, healthier too. Good luck to you.
Let me know how it goes ok? Now I need to go save all those luscious recipes to print out when I Have more ink. Happy week