Let us take the guesswork out of eating healthy.
Weight Watchers is one of the most effective weight-loss programs. Instead of restricting certain foods, Weight Watchers teaches moderation and portion control. Their point system is a great way to keep track of what you’re eating. Even if you’re not looking to lose weight, take a look at these 15 ways to eat smart with Weight Watchers recipes. Everyone can benefit by becoming more aware of they are putting into their bodies, and these recipes will help you do just that. They offer healthier alternatives to some of your favorite dishes, and will get you excited to get into the kitchen.
1. Individual Egg and Spinach Bowls (1 Freestyle SmartPoint)
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Start your day off right with these individual egg and spinach bowls. They will give you enough energy to plow through until lunch.
2. Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding (7 Freestyle SmartPoints)
Get your daily dose of antioxidants from this blueberry chia seed pudding. It’s full of fiber and healthy fats, and uses no refined sugar.
3. Cranberry Pumpkin Seed Granola (6 Freestyle SmartPoints)
Store-bought granola is often loaded with sugar. Make our cranberry pumpkin seed granola to avoid a late-morning sugar crash. Try it with Greek yogurt to get some extra protein.
4. Superfoods Smoothie (6 Freestyle SmartPoints)
This superfoods smoothie makes a great breakfast, lunch, or post-workout snack. The banana and the berries are rich in fiber and potassium, the ginger has antioxidants, and the Greek yogurt has protein and probiotics.
5. Grilled Chicken and Blueberry Salad (7 Freestyle SmartPoints)
Spice up your lunch by trying this grilled chicken and blueberry salad. The combination of greens, chicken breast, almonds, and blueberries provides a variety of nutrients, and will keep you full and satisfied.