Weight Watchers Macaroni And Cheese Recipe {Only 4 Points!}

Weight Watchers Macaroni And Cheese Recipe {Only 4 Points!}

weight watchers mac and cheese

Lately because of all the snow my little one has been home with me more than normal. Don’t get me wrong, I love spending time with that little girl, but trying to find something for her to eat for lunch besides a sandwich can prove difficult when I’m still trying to get some work done. Recently our family has started doing Weight Watchers so I wanted to make sure I could make something for lunch that we would both enjoy, but not undo our day. Mac and Cheese is my daughters favorite thing to have no matter the time of day so I went in search of a Weight Watchers Macaroni and Cheese Recipe and found one that was easy to make and tastes exactly like “normal” Mac and Cheese. Your kids will love it and at only 4 Weight Watchers Points you will too! Let’s check it out!

Here is how to make my Weight Watchers Macaroni and Cheese Recipe:

You Will Need:

1 1/2 cups uncooked macaroni noodles

1 can Low-Fat Cheese Soup

1/2 Can Water

3/4 cup Low Fat Milk

First, Cook your noodles according to package directions and drain.

Next, Return your noodles to the pot and add in your milk, cheese soup, and water. Stir well and bring to a boil, once boiling lower heat and let simmer about 5 minutes or until thick and creamy.

Last, spoon into serving bowls (1 cup per serving) and top with a little salt and pepper and a small pinch of cheddar cheese (if you would like!) and serve.

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That’s it! About 10 minutes to make this amazing Weight Watchers Macaroni and Cheese Recipe. Your kids will never know the difference!

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Looking for more great Weight Watchers Recipes? Check these out:

Chocolate Mint Cookies (with Weight Watchers Points)

Shrimp Pasta Salad Recipe

Crock Pot Tomato Soup Recipe

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  1. says

    hello, thank you so much for this recipe! It looks amazing! I was wondering if u can tell me what cheese soup you used and when you say half a can of water do you mean half a cup of water?
    Thank you!

  2. Marlen says

    What kind of pasta did you use? The pasta I had ended being 8pts per serving!! How did you get it at only 4 points?

    • Kristy says

      yeah, I got seven points with mini farfalle pasta. Still looks yummy. Maybe make it with some lean turkey or something?

  3. says

    Yum – mac & cheese is one of my favorites and I need to try the healthier version. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty 🙂

  4. Rebecca says

    Hi! I was wondering about the points as well, since regular cooked pasta is 5 points per cup according to WW app. Did you use a different type of pasta? And I couldn’t find low fat cheese soup – just regular red and white label soup at the store. Help!

  5. Susan says

    So I just made this and maybe I did something wrong, but it wasn’t thick and creamy at all. More like cheese soup that happened to have noodles in it. Maybe the leftovers will thicken.

  6. Keela McGraw says

    Tried this today and it was delicious! Very creamy and my kids will be eating this instead of their standard Velveeta. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  7. Marrissa says

    Tried this last night and it was pretty decent. Had to search high and low for low smartpoint noodles and didn’t find a low fat cheese soup either. Went with the ‘healthier request’ version which I am guessing is reduced to? I found that it was lacking taste so I added a little bit of a dry ranch packet which spruced it up! Fiancé didn’t seem to mind it either. I also doubled this to make enough for left overs.

  8. Annie says

    This is a yummy recipe bu I do have to say it is not just 1 and 1/2 cup of uncooked noodles. I used a whole 12oz box and it was perfect. She may have meant 2 and 1/2 cups of uncooked noodles. That’s usually how much is in a box.

  9. Kim says

    This is really good but, I agree with the other comments about the points. I used elbow macaroni and found that 1/2 cup is 6 points for just the pasta! A little disappointed as I save the rest for lunches but am going to have to find some much lower to zero point foods to fill me up. I’ll have to look for a noodle that is less in points.

  10. debbie g says

    so – i was going to make this – but there are a lot of unanswered questions! What is the amount of pasta and what is the true ww points plus value? I figured it at 6 points for servings using 1 1/2 cups of the pasta as indicated. anyone that made it and really liked it – what measures did you end of using?


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