Weight Watchers makes it easy to lose weight while enjoying the foods you love. Their point system allows you to recognize how much you’re eating at each meal, as well as how much you need to eat in a day in order to lose weight without starving yourself. For most of us, dinner is the biggest meal of the day. Well, in Weight Watchers’s world, breakfast also has the most points. Whether you’ve had a hearty lunch, splurged on dessert, or are just looking for ideas for low-calorie dinners, we can help. We’ve put together 45 Weight Watchers dinner recipes under 6 SmartPoints.
1. One-Skillet Chicken and Broccoli (2 points)
The only thing better than a healthy dinner is an easy and healthy dinner. This Asian-style chicken and broccoli is made in one skillet, so the cleanup is as easy as the preparation.
2. 6-Ingredient Chinese Chicken (4 points)
If you have time to marinate your chicken, this 6-ingredient Chinese chicken is the way to go. It has a complex flavor, thanks to soy sauce, ginger, chili sauce, and hoisin sauce.
3. Crock-Pot 3-Ingredient Balsamic Chicken (4 points)
Simply throw the three ingredients for this balsamic chicken into your slow cooker before you go to work, so you can come home to a healthy and tasty meal.
Salmon and asparagus is a powerful weight-loss combination, since salmon is rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids, and asparagus has lots of vitamin K, B-vitamins, and antioxidants.
5. Slow Cooker Spinach Artichoke Chicken (5 points)
This slow cooker spinach artichoke chicken gets its creaminess from low-fat cream cheese and protein-rich Parmesan. And since it’s filled with spinach, artichoke hearts, and cherry tomatoes, you also get a full serving of veggies.
6. One-Pot Black Pepper Chicken (4 points)
Forgo Chinese takeout in favor of this one-pot black pepper chicken. It’s made with boneless, skinless chicken breast, no refined sugar, and less sodium than your favorite takeout dish, but you’d never know it by its taste.
7. Blackened Sockeye Salmon (5 points)
This crispy blackened sockeye salmon gets its flavor from a host of antioxidant-rich spices, so eat up!