Once you try these Chicken Weight Watchers recipes, you are going to want to add them to your monthly rotation. I think we could eat a few of these dishes two or three times a month!
Chicken is so versatile, we have it at least once a week in my house. You can serve it so many different ways, too. Whether you add it to a casserole, make burritos or tacos, or cook up a big batch of soup or stew, chicken is one of the easiest ingredients for preparing Weight Watchers recipes.
One of my favorite dishes is the first one on this list; Chicken Pot Pie. It’s so easy and my kids love it. The homemade biscuits are a big part of the recipe because the varieties in the grocery store are usually very high in calories and fat. Making the biscuits with reduced fat baking mix and fat-free half and half eliminates that problem.
Make these recipes for your family or bring them to a potluck. They are also great for delivering meals to friends in need. Serving healthier meals is always a good thing. Enjoy.
Chicken Weight Watchers Recipes
Weight Watchers Chicken Pot Pie with Biscuits | Food, Fun & Faraway Places | This is one of my favorite recipes, and my kids love it, too. Smart Points per serving: 5
Teriyaki Chicken and Rice Casserole | Emily Bites | I adore Asian food, but the calories can really add up when you eat out. This is a pretty easy recipe and you’ll stay on the Weight Watchers Plan. Smart Points per serving: 6
Baked Buffalo Chicken Taquitos | Recipe Diaries | Once you’re on the Weight Watchers plan, you start to realize how many points you save by baking instead of frying. It’s huge! Do keep in mind that a whole taquito is 2 servings. They look pretty stuffed so I’ll have to see if a half fills me up when I try this one. Smart Points per serving: 4
Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken | KitchMe | Chicken is such an easy meat to prepare. I probably make it at least twice a week, and this is a really easy way to make it. So good, too! Smart Points 7
Crock Pot Teriyaki Chicken | Flavorite | Doesn’t the slow cooker make your life easier? I love being able to just toss the ingredients in and wait for dinner to cook itself! Smart Points per serving: 6
Weight Watchers Moroccan Chicken Soup | Food, Fun & Faraway Places | This is a fairly new recipe, and it’s really good. My husband liked it, too! I always get a kick out of his expression when I tell him it’s a Weight Watchers recipe (after he tells me how good it tastes!) Smart Points per serving: 3
Pesto Chicken Stuffed Spaghetti Squash | Cookin’ Canuck | Spaghetti squash is one of my favorite foods. This would be delicious with salmon, too. I think seafood with spaghetti squash is a great pairing. Smart Points per serving: 5
Chicken Angel Hair Pasta | A Mom’s Take | My oldest daughter could eat pasta for lunch and dinner and never tire of it. Now that she’s in college, she is always sharing new recipes she’s created with pasta and her toaster oven! This is not one of them, but it sure looks good! Smart Points per serving: 4
Crusted Honey Mustard Chicken | Key Ingredient | Honey and mustard are so good when you mix them together, aren’t they? And they are delicious with this crispy chicken. Smart Points per serving: 7
Avocado and Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad | Organize Yourself Skinny | This is one I need to try soon. I know mayo has so much fat in it, so she uses Greek yogurt mixed with avocado. My husband eats an avocado every day, so I know this would be one of his favorites. Smart Points per serving: 5
Tomato Basil Chicken | Laaloosh | Only 3 points and soooo good! Fresh basil makes all the difference when cooking Italian food. Smart Points per serving: 3
I’d love to know which of these chicken Weight Watchers recipes is your favorite. Leave a comment and let me know!
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