These Weight Watchers Wraps are the perfect way to change up your lunch options. Sometimes a sandwich just doesn’t cut it. Bread always makes me feel bloated, and I’d rather have my calories and points in extra fillings. Why not have a wrap instead?
These Weight Watchers Wraps allow you to have all the goodness of a sandwich but in a tortilla or lettuce instead of bread. There are some things that just taste better in a wrap. Chicken salad? Yum! Black and Blue Steak Wraps? I’m in!
Having a Weight Watchers wrap makes for a lunch or snack that just tastes better than a plain old sandwich. Have you tried the Flatout wraps? They are wonderful and only 2 points per serving! Let me know which of these is your favorite.
Weight Watchers Wraps
Weight Watchers Thai Chicken Wrap | Food, Fun & Faraway Places
This chicken weight watchers wrap is one of my personal favorites. I adore Thai food, and this sauce is absolutely delicious! You could even forego the tortilla and have all these ingredients wrapped in a piece of romaine lettuce.
Avocado and Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad Wrap | Organize Yourself Skinny
Don’t these look delicious? Who knew Greek yogurt and avocado paired so perfectly?
Mediterranean Chicken Wraps | Emily Bites
If you’re a fan of hummus, this will be your new go-to for a quick lunch! At just 5 Freestyle points per serving, this leaves plenty of points for dinner!
Cajun Chicken Wrap | Laaloosh
At only 3 Weight Watchers Freestyle Smart Points, this spicy wrap is perfect for a picnic. Cut down on the Cajun seasonings if you don’t like spicy. I’ll add extra for me!
Tuna Salad Wraps | You Brew My Tea
We always have several cans of tuna in our house, so this is a recipe I can whip up any day of the week. Remember- dill pickles have zero Freestyle points! I always have a pickle with my tuna wrap.
Spinach and Feta Wraps | Food Fun Family
This hearty wrap will fill you up and tastes so delicious. Spinach is such a good source of vitamins and minerals, too. I know you’ll enjoy this one!
Low Carb Chicken Lettuce Wraps | Skinny Kitchen
These low carb Weight Watchers wraps have an Asian flair – another one of my favorite cuisines! Delicious!
Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps | Skinnytaste
Using turkey instead of ground beef brings the points for these lettuce wraps down to zero – as long as you leave out the cheese.
Buffalo Chicken Roll-Ups | Drizzle Me Skinny
These make a great appetizer for a party, and they will disappear in no time flat. They make a great lunch, too.
Black and Blue Steak Wraps | Emily Bites
Steak is so good with bleu cheese, it almost feels off limits when you’re on Weight Watchers. You’ll be happy to know these are only 8 Freestyle points, so enjoy the deliciousness.
Chicken Caesar Wrap | Yummly
This might be the easiest of all these recipes. This is another one that you could eat without the wrap.
Western Omelet Flatout Wrap | Weight Watchers
This western omelet wrap is perfect for breakfast on the go. It’s super easy to prepare, too.
Chicken Salad Wraps | Genius Kitchen
At just four points, this is a delicious version of chicken salad. You could easily wrap this in lettuce instead of the tortilla for even fewer points.
Enchilada Lettuce Wrap | Recipe Diaries
Mexican, anyone? I’ve said before that I could eat Mexican food every day, and you can pile on most varieties of salsa for zero Freestyle points.
Weight Watchers Lettuce Wraps | Food Fun Family
These lettuce wraps are such a great snack idea and only add up to 3 points. If you’re packing them for lunch at work, pack the lettuce separately and put them together just before eating. So easy!
Turkey Club Lettuce Wrap | Organize Yourself Skinny
A BLT lettuce wrap is a perfect lunch when you’re craving something salty. Crispy bacon and fresh tomatoes are such a great combination and weigh in at just 4 points.
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