This will become one of your all time favorites!
3 portobello mushroom caps, sliced
2 garlic cloves, minced
3 1/2 to 4 lbs meaty chicken pieces, skinned
2 tsp dried rosemary, crushed
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1/4 cup reduced sodium chicken broth
1/4 cup dry white wine
1/2 cup light sour cream
1 tbsp Dijon mustard
2 cups shredded romaine lettuce
Fresh rosemary sprigs(optional)
1. Place mushrooms and garlic in a 4 to 5 quart slow cooker.
Sprinkle chicken with dried rosemary, salt and pepper.
Place chicken on mixture in cooker. Pour broth and wine over mixture in cooker.
2. Cover and cook on LOW 5 to 6 hours or HIGH 2 1/2 to 3 hours.
3. Transfer chicken to a cutting board and shred meat using 2 forks. Transfer chicken and mushrooms to a serving platter lined with lettuce; discard cooking liquid.
4. For mustard cream:
In a small bowl combine sour cream and mustard. Serve mustard cream with chicken and mushrooms. If desired, garnish with fresh rosemary sprigs.
Yield: 6 servings Serving Size= 1/6 of recipe
Weight Watchers Points Plus= 5 Per 1/6 serving
Total Fat (g)7
Saturated Fat (g)2
Monounsaturated Fat (g)1
Polyunsaturated Fat (g)1
Total Sugar (g)3
Vitamin C (DV%)11
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Weight Watchers Recipes with SmartPoints
Weight Watchers has its own program where instead of calorie counting, they use SmartPoints which are far smarter than the former. The SmartPoints are determined using calories, saturated fat, sugar, and protein. Foods that are higher in sugar and/or saturated fat are higher in SmartPoints values, and foods that are higher in lean protein are lower in SmartPoints values.
The good news is that most fruits and vegetables have a SmartPoints value of 0.
ZeroPoint foods are exactly what they sound like – foods that have zero SmartPoints value. Why? These nutritional powerhouses form the basis of a healthy eating pattern. You can eat ZeroPoint foods without measuring or tracking and still lose weight. This is because they’re less likely to be overeaten than other foods. There are some exceptions for starchy foods like peas, corn, potatoes, and avocados. It is also good to know that protein lowers the SP value. Furthermore, when it comes to calories, 100 calories worth of cookies doesn’t have the same nutritional value as 100 calories of turkey, tofu, or veggies. Two meals might contain the same number of calories, but have a very different SmartPoints value. But with all that said, having a high SmartPoints does not necessarily mean that a food is “bad”, since, in retrospect, no food is bad. It just means that we need to balance the food we consume so that the SmartPoints will be lowered.
But how many SmartPoints should you have? On Weight Watcher’s program, you will get a personalized amount of Daily SmartPoints, plus some extra Weekly SmartPoints for those days when you need a cushion. The amount of SmartPoints you get is based on your age, height, weight, and sex to ensure that you reach your weight-loss goals. But generally, the ideal and common SmartPoints is to not go over 30 SP a day.
Weight Watchers Chicken and Stuffing Crockpot Recipe
Are you looking for a super simple Weight Watchers chicken recipe? If you are, you will love this recipe. It’s quick and tasty!
I got this excellent, super easy Weight Watchers Chicken recipe with Stuffing for the crockpot aka a slow cooker from my mom. It’s comfort food without a million calories. My mom once lost 110 pounds on Weight Watchers, so needless to say I believe in the system after seeing the results first hand.
I have personally never done the program, but I do love many of the recipes. I did do a weight loss program last year, Optavia and ended up losing 36 pounds. For me this was massive. I had just hit the highest weight of my life and my now ex-husband had just walked out on us. I needed to make a change, I had to make a change.
I felt immensely proud of myself for losing that weight and still do. I enjoy the program so much I became an Optavia health coach. So, if you are looking for a program email me. The program is not for everyone, but for busy moms like me, it’s ideal.
My friend Renee, from Good Enough Mother, once asked me why I would work out and watch my eating week after week, only to blow it on a week for vacation or holiday eating. I realized what she meant and now even during the holidays we try to eat better.
280+ Weight Watchers Crock-Pot Recipes with SmartPoints
In December of 2017, Lady Heidi decided to officially join Weight Watchers and make the change to a healthier lifestyle and lose some weight. While we already had some Weight Watchers friendly recipes on the blog before this time (and they are included here), Heidi decided that she was going to make a concerted effort to add even more going forward.
We are currently in the process of updating the points on our recipes to the new FreeStyle plan that rolled out with Weight Watchers in early December of 2017 (it was the catalyst to motivate Heidi to join). The new FreeStyle plan now offers over 200 foods that are ZERO SmartPoints (just about all fruits and veggies, white meat chicken and turkey and seafood are now zero points!…how exciting is that!)
Below you will find the recipes on this site that we have ran through the Weight Watchers recipe builder and calculated the SmartPoints on. Because sometimes the exact ingredients we use in a recipe are slightly different than the ingredients you use in a recipe we do however suggest that you run the recipe through the Recipe Builder on your own using the exact ingredient you use when cooking.
And of course, we are not nutritionists or dietitians or doctors and cannot give medical advice on Weight Loss. Not all of our recipes here at Crock-Pot Ladies are Weight Watchers friendly. In fact we are only listing here the recipes that come out at 10 SmartPoints or under.
We welcome you to explore these recipes and bookmark or Pin this page on Pinterest to save it for later because as we add new Weight Watchers recipes to the site they will automatically be added to this page so that this page will become an invaluable resource for Weight Watchers Crock-Pot Recipes for those of you who are looking to lose weight but still want easy slow cooker recipes.
We also have some low point spice mixes included in this list too. These are not Crock-Pot recipes, but they are seasonings we make and use often in our recipes because we like to make our own spices and seasoning mixes whenever we can so that we can control the ingredients and what is in them.
Also…be sure to scroll to the bottom of this page for our list of resources!
21 5 Points or Less Weight Watchers Dinner Recipes
Just because you are on a diet doesn’t mean you need to feel like you are on a diet. If you are doing weight watchers there are so many different foods that you can eat that taste amazing. Many of them are meals that your family will enjoy too. This list of 5 Points or Less Weight Watchers Dinner Recipes is filled with tasty goodness! All of these Weight Watchers dinner recipes have 5 points or less on the Weight Watchers program!
All of these are easy Weight Watchers dinner recipes which is important to me. It is important to me that cooking is simple, there is not always a lot of time for Moms to cook so I am picky about the recipes I share with you guys
If you are looking for more Weight Watchers Recipes make sure you check these posts out although I will warn you they will make you hungry!
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What is wonderful about a lot of weight watchers recipes is that you can cook them in the crockpot. I don’t know about you but any amazing meal I can cook in the crockpot becomes my favorite because clean up is so easy and the cooking is done for you! Make sure you check out these Crockpot Weight Watchers Recipes.
This list of Weight Watchers dinner recipes includes quite a few amazing Weight Watchers chicken dinner recipes. Chicken tends to be something that everyone loves and you can change up the flavors so easily. Aside from steak it is one of my favorite meats to cook with.
- 13 1/2 ounces light coconut milk
- 7 teaspoons Thai curry paste, red variety, divided (or to taste)
- 1 1/2 teaspoons table salt (or to taste)
- 1/2 head (large) uncooked cauliflower, cut into small florets
- 1 pound uncooked potatoes, peeled, cut into small chunks
- 1 medium sweet red pepper, cut into chunks
- 2 medium uncooked carrots, cut into 1/2-inch-thick slices
- 1 1/2 pounds uncooked chicken breasts, boneless skinless (6, 4 ounce pieces)
- 2 tablespoons reduced-fat peanut butter
- 1/3 cup cilantro, fresh, chopped
- 3 medium uncooked scallions, sliced
- 1 medium fresh lime, cut into 6 wedges
- 2 tablespoons peanuts, salted, chopped
Weight Watchers Sweet and Sour Chicken Crock Pot Recipe
- 1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breast
- 5.5 oz (about half of the 11.5 oz jar) Kikkoman Sweet & Sour Sauce
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
- 8 oz pineapple chunks in juice, drained (reserve 1/4 cup juice)
- 1 tablespoons brown sugar
- 16 oz bag of frozen stir-fry vegetables
** If you are feeling ambitious (not lazy), nix the bag of frozen veggies, and cut your own! I used green and red bell peppers, 2 stalks of green onions, broccoli, and some sugar snap peas — SOOOOOO yummy!
- Cut the raw chicken breast into bite sized pieces.
- Spray your crock-pot with cooking spray.
- Add chicken, garlic powder, and onion powder stir.
- Stir in sweet and sour sauce, pineapple chunks, brown sugar and the 1/4 cup of pineapple juice.
- Cover and cook on low for 3-4 hours.
- Add frozen vegetables during the last 30 minutes of cooking and cook on high.
Serving size is 1/4th of the entire recipe
Each serving = 5 Weight Watchers Points
I don’t know that the alterations that I made to the recipe had any significant difference in the outcome but mine was delicious! I did it on the stovetop and the S&S sauce thickened up very nicely. I made it with the Cauliflower Fried Rice and I’ll be making it again.
The sauce was so watery that there was literally zero flavor. I had to add more sauce at the end which I’m sure added more points. Waste of chicken.
Made this today and it was really good! After reading the reviews I decided to leave the chicken breasts whole and cut them right before serving and had no problems with dry chicken. I also added 2T low sodium soy sauce because I love the flavor. It was great, thanks for the recipe!
After reading some of the comments, I did one thing a bit different to make sure it wasn’t overcooked. I throughly cooked the chicken in the crockpot first (frozen chicken tenders are what I had… took about 2 hours on high). Then I took pieces out cut them into bite size pieces. I put chicken and all but frozen veggies into crockpot and let that get throughly hot on high, added the bag of stirfry veggies and let cook on high until done (30-45 minutes) and ate it over brown rice. YUMMY!
If this is old WW points… Can anybody tell me what the points+ value would be?
Same review as Sarah… it was just terrible! The sauce was watery/soupy… the chicken dry and flavorless. what a shame, it smelled so good when it started cooking :-(
You can try adding a bit or cornstarch to the sauce to thicken it up….a small amount shouldn't change the Points value.
I made this recipe tonight and as it was cooking, I noticed all the negative responses and got really nervous…lol. Anyway-it turned out really, really good! My 14 year old son, 10 year old daughter and my husband had seconds. I used Kikomon dipping sweet and sour sauce and only cooked it for 3 hours. I added thr veggies after that and it turned out flavorful and sweet. I also added extra brown sugar. I put it over Basmati rice that I sauted with onions and garlic. I am sure the point value changed, but it was still very, very good. Thanks
I made it. It wasn't amazing, but it wasn't terrible either. It just needed a little more flavor and the chicken got a little dried out, but that was my fault. Next time I might add a little more sweet and sour sauce or something to give it more flavor.
OH NO…I have this ready to cook tomorrow and have people coming over…I didn't read the reviews first, so I'm concerned. Does anyone have anything good to say about it. Help!
I live in Singapore and tried this recipe last weekend. For some reason, it was awful. The sauce was incredibly runny, and the meal was basically flavorless. We ate our portions as not to waste, but we added quite a bit of chili sauce for taste and had to throw the rest of it away.
I couldn't find Kikkoman Sweet & Sour Sauce here, so I substituted a local brand. Do you think this could have been the problem?
I've tried some of your other recipes, and they all turn out so well! Maybe I'll try this one again with a different S&S sauce…
I tried this recipe, adding the ingredients to a "T" and setting the timer on low for 6 hours, and sadly it was completely inedible. My husband didn't mind it too much but I honestly couldn't even eat it. I don't know where it went wrong but it seemed like there wasn't enough sauce or something and the chicken was done cooking after only maybe a couple hours so by the end it was like jerkey and the sauce was an off consistacy. So I tried to add the rest of the Kikkoman's sauce to it but it just wasn't fixable. Any thoughts as to how it ended up like this? It sounds and looks wonderful by this recipe, I LOVE chinese and was just heartbroken! Thanks anyway, I'm anxious to try some other of your recipes :)
Crock pots can vary significantly on how high their internal temperatures are for each setting. Simply put, some crock pots just cook faster than others. Try cutting your cooking time down to 3hrs and see how it looks then. If it's ready, go ahead and serve it and if the chicken isn't done cooking yet, let it go a bit longer. Hope that helps! Good luck :)
Which myWW Program are these Dinner Recipes for?
The new and updated myWW program has three plans, and I&rsquove made sure that all of these recipes have the SmartPoints value for each of the plans.
I understand how difficult it is to calculate and track recipes when you don&rsquot know which plan they belong to. Thus, I made it a point to include them in each recipe description. Be sure to check that out!
Whether you are following the Green, Blue, or Purple plan, this amazing list of weight watchers dinner recipes won&rsquot let you down!
Lemon Weight Watchers Muffins Recipe 1 Points Plus Value or 2 Smart Points!
These Lemon Weight Watchers Muffins have been a favorite of my husband for years! I have been following WW© for years now and still, back then it was called Weight watchers©.
Lemon muffins are the best WW friendly muffins. they are my favorites dessert, but I just can’t help myself on this particular topic. (48 calories, points coming soon!)
When lemon found in the kitchen, make lemon muffins! These lemon muffins. They are light, fluffy, tangy, and taste absolutely amazing. They are also so easy to bake!
This yummy 2 points Lemon Muffins are full of flavor, but still super slimmed-down. The lemon glaze makes them to-die-for!
2 Freestyle Smartpoints per serving
How to make Lemon Weight Watchers Muffins Recipe:
Step 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Step 2. Mix together the ingredients in a mixing bowl until completely combined.
Step 3. Fill the sections of a mini muffin tray with mini cupcake liners.
Step 4. Fill each mini cupcake liner about half of the way full with the batter.
Step 5. Bake for 12-15 minutes until cooked through completely.