Dieting is difficult for many reasons, one of which is that it can be hard to find healthy, low-calorie food that’s also tasty. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered, since these 21 Weight Watchers recipes are all under 10 points. These breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner recipes are satisfying and delicious as well as healthy. This list even includes dessert! These recipes will help you achieve your weight-loss goal without sacrificing all the foods you love.
1. Slow Cooker Chocolate and Pistachio Oatmeal (8 points)
Get your sweet fix first thing in the morning with this slow cooker chocolate and pistachio oatmeal. The fiber in the oats will keep you full until lunch, and you can make it without using any refined sugar.
2. Poppy Breakfast Muffins (9 points)
Muffins are usually high in calories and high in sugar. Our poppy breakfast muffins are made with quinoa and whole wheat flour, so you can have a nutritious and delicious start to your day.
3. Overnight French Toast Casserole (8 points)
Prepare this French toast casserole before you go to bed, and pop it in the oven when you wake up to enjoy a sweet treat. It’s made with whole wheat bread and no refined sugar, but is good enough to be dessert.
4. No-Crust Crust Zucchini Quiche (4 points)
This no-crust zucchini quiche is packed with protein, thanks to the eggs and the grated parmesan. Onions, garlic, and oregano add flavor, making this a fantastic meal for any time of day.
5. Mediterranean Tuna Salad (6 points)
This nutrient-rich Mediterranean tuna salad will become your favorite lunch. The protein in the tuna will fill you up, and you’ll also get a serving of veggies, thanks to the bell pepper and the artichoke hearts.
6. Kale and Roasted Yam Salad (7 points)
Kale, sweet potatoes, and avocados come together in this hearty superfood salad. It’s dressed with olive oil and lemon or lime juice, so you don’t have to worry about adding calories and sugar with your dressing.
7. 6-Ingredient Mexican-Style Quinoa Salad (6 points)
Skip the burrito and make this Mexican-style quinoa salad instead. It’s loaded with fiber, protein, and healthy fats, and is completely guilt-free.