When it comes to choosing meals, I always make sure that it’s healthy but still tasty so that everyone in my family will enjoy it. That’s why I often choose Weight Watchers recipes for our menu. Most of the time weight loss meals are bland tasting, but Weight Watchers recipes are flavorful and fall within a point range that will not ruin your diet. My family loved all the Weight Watchers dinner recipes that we tried so this time I rounded my favorite Weight Watchers lunch menu recipes to make it easier for all of us to plan our Weight Watchers meals. I chose a lot of easy to make lunch meals so I hope you’ll like them.
One of my favorite types of meals to make in the spring is a great salad recipe! Nothing says spring like fresh veggies and a big cold salad. Salads are a great choice for a meal because they are quick, easy, tasty, and (mostly) healthy. Many of you know that I’ve been trying to follow some weight watchers recipes to keep my diet in check. This week I wanted to share with you this super easy Weight Watchers BLT Pasta Salad Recipe. It’s creamy, fresh, and super yummy!
I weigh as much right now as I did when I was 42 weeks pregnant with my son who is 9 years old!!!! Yikes! (and yes you read that right, we went two weeks overdue!) While, I would not trade him for anything not even to be a size 8 again, I do think this is a wake up call to do something about my size. I wrote about getting back to balance by making one healthy choice at a time and finding ways to hold myself accountable and stay motivated. So as I contemplate Valentine’s Day coming this weekend I must confess I am the type of person who over indulges just because it is a holiday. I use holidays as an excuse to eat whatever I want. The problem with cutting yourself some slack (or in my case a lot of slack) to celebrate a holiday is that there is always another holiday coming. Even now as we have not yet celebrated Valentine’s Day the stores are getting ready Easter. So I thought I would share some recipes for a Valentine’s Dinner that will help me stay on track but still feel like I am celebrating and indulging just a bit.
Who said you need to give up desserts when you’re on a diet and trying to lose weight? You can achieve weight loss even when you’re satisfying your sweet tooth, the key here is moderation and calculating your desserts’ Weight Watchers points. I rounded up my favorite 25 Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes with Points Plus that will surely make your mouth water. Trust me these are the best diet desserts ever.
Salads are one of my favorite summer time lunch and snacks. They are fresh, crisp, and full of flavor. And as most of you know I am trying to lead a healthier lifestyle, and an easy way to do that is with Weight Watchers! It’s easy to follow and you can still eat yummy foods, which we all know is important. I’m finding that making your own sauces and dressing can seriously cut down on the calorie count and is just better for you in general. This Weight Watchers Ranch Dressing Recipe is easy to make and you can have 2 tbsp of this dressing for only 30 calories and only 1 Points Plus Point! Let’s check out how to make it shall we?Continue reading
I’m not normally a huge sweets person, but when I get a craving for something sweet I have to have it like, right away or the craving will get worse, and I’ll end up eating an entire box on donuts, and we all know how bad that is for you. Cupcakes are one of my favorite ways to cure a sweet tooth. They are easy to make, proportioned, and something the entire family can agree on.
As some of you know, recently we have hopped on the Weight Watchers train and so I’m always looking for yummy recipes to share with you guys. And that delicious looking cupcake up there? Oh yeah, its weight watchers friendly. Only 2 PP per cupcake actually. Can you believe it!? Lets check out how to make them shall we?