Top Ten Weight Watchers Friendly Recipes

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Weight Watchers Friendly Recipes

What are that fork and knife doing? Is that legal?

Over the last year, I have had many readers join me who are Weight Watchers members. Snack Girl and Weight Watchers go together because we both emphasize fruits and vegetables.

I try to come up with TWO new recipes per week - so be sure to subscribe here with your e-mail address to get the latest!

I know many people want to lose weight - but I love the idea that you could get a TWOFER. You could lose weight and eat healthier!

It's like BOGO (Buy One Get One FREE) - you get the benefits of healthier eating (less chance for diabetes, heart disease, cancer) and you can fit into those skinny jeans. Who thought of those jeans anyway?

I have chosen 10 Weight Watchers friendly recipes that I think could be great additions to anyone's diet. I eat many of these myself every week (or month) - and I hope you fall in love with a couple of them.

The recipes are developed by Snack Girl and are not endorsed, sponsored or approved by Weight Watchers International, Inc. Points values are calculated by me and provided for information only.

Zero Points+:

1. Green Smoothie Recipe This Green Smoothie Does NOT Taste Like Grass

2. Pickled Carrots How To Avoid Wasting Carrots

One Points+:

3. Low Calorie Chinese Green Beans Love Chinese Take Out? Try This Trick

4. Turn Cauliflower Into An Awesome Snack See How Easily You Can Turn Cauliflower Into An Awesome Snack

Two Points+:

5. Chocolate Fig Snack Recipe Love Salted Chocolate Caramels? Try This Healthy Candy Alternative

6. Frozen Oatmeal Cookie Recipe An Awesome Portion Control Trick For Homemade Cookies

7. Best Brussels Sprouts recipe Turn A Healthy Food That You Hate Into A New Love

8. Portobello Mushroom Snack A 100 Calorie Pizza That Will Rock Your Sox

9. Roast Broccoli Recipe My Friends Use To Laugh At Me...And THEN I Made This Broccoli Recipe

10. Homemade Kettle Corn Recipe Makeover Kettle Corn Into "Can Do" Corn

Here are ALL the Weight Watchers friendly recipes on Snack Girl:

Which are your favorite? What have I missed?

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Thanks for this list - awesome resource! Evernoted.

on March 15, 2012

Love this post! I need to check out all the recipes. They look fantastic!!!

on March 15, 2012

So many vegetables are wonderful when roasted! I use a plastic bag (usually an old, clean bread bag -- always trying to recycle by using things at least twice) - placing the cut up veggies in it; then drizzling in some olive oil and whatever seasonings. Then grab closed, shake well, spread out contents on baking sheet and toss the bag.

on March 15, 2012

I'll definitely be making some of these!

on March 15, 2012

I need to say thanks for the pickled carrots recipe. Easy to make, easy to bring along, and something different to do with those convenient baby carrots. Best of all, my 3-year-old requests them! We've eaten oodles of these since I printed the recipe. 0 points! Woo hoo! Thanks :)

on March 15, 2012

@Jana - I love that one too! So easy and delicious. Thanks for reading! Lisa

on March 16, 2012

Jana, so glad I find this post.

on July 10, 2012

I love the broccolli salad served in Wal-Mart deli. Can you tell me how many points this would be and serving size, etc.?

on March 13, 2013

I am commenting on the Fage yogurt you had on a recent blog. You wanted to know how we thought it compared to ice cream.
I have tried many brands of yogurt and agree that Fage is the best for taste and consistency. However, it isn't in any way as good as ice cream. Too bad the Fage people couldn't make a frozen yogurt. Maybe I'll go on their website and suggest it.

on May 24, 2013

Would love to make 100 calorie pizza. Thank for the recipe.

on December 9, 2014

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