50 Weight Watchers Recipes (2024)

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You guys have been following along my journey using the new Weight Watchers Personal coaching . (You can follow the Weight Watchersseries here) Despite my skepticism at first, it’s actually going really, really well. So well, in fact, this is the first week that I really hit a hurdle. (It was bound to happen, eh)

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How did I overcome that hurdle? Two things, my personal coach, and kick ass Weight Watchers recipes. (gathered a ton of them for you to check out at the bottom of the post!)

This is the second time, I’ve had to chat with my Weight Watchers personal coach Crystal. She has truly been such an asset in my success.The first time we “met” on the phone, we just talked about goals and my weight history. This time we were able to prepare me for real life.

See, I had a trip to Detroit with Ford for the North American International Auto Show. Knowing most press trips are foodapalooza, I wanted to chat with her on how to be successful while traveling. It’s kinda hard to eat healthy when someone else is planning the meals for you!

During our phone coaching session, she was able to give me a few ideas on how to enjoy my trip, enjoy the food, and not totally fall off the wagon. Before chatting with her, I was really nervous about my trip, but she gave me the confidence, and the tools, to go and have fun.

My trip was pretty successful. I was able to be relatively moderate, but did over do it a bit.I was still ecstatic because I was mindful for the first two days, which is a huge step for me. The third day, well let’s just say there were some late night cheeseburgers and pina coladas with some new Canadian friends. The best part is, I didn’t beat myself up about the last night. It was a lesson well learned. Since concentrating on more clean eating, when I eat junk food I PAY for it. I will spare you the sordid details, but let’s just say my stomach doesn’t like me to eat junk anymore and it let’s me know it!

For me, having Crystal help me put together a plan, having cool tools like the co*cktail cheat sheet with me on my Weight Watchers app, and knowing I can reach a coach 24/7, has really been the cornerstone of my success. With the Weight Watchers personal coaching, it really becomes a team effort. Even though I don’t go to meetings, this program works so much better for me because I can reach out to Crystal when I need support. I’ve also been able to network with other Weight Watchers participants in Facebook groups, so I really have friends in the trenches.

Lessons learned this week? Preperation and planning are huge tools to succeed, and every situation has something you can learn from it. Don’t waste your time beating yourself up over things. Use that energy to learn, love yourself, and do better next time! Want to get prepared? Then join Weight Watchers with me, and then pin these amazing recipes.

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50 Weight Watchers Recipes (2024)


Can I lose 20 pounds in 2 months on Weight Watchers? ›

Weight Watchers encourages healthy eating and discourages food deprivation. While following a WW plan, you can expect to lose an average of 8 pounds a month, or 2 pounds a week. This is a realistic and healthy goal to aim for, according to the Mayo Clinic.

How much weight can you lose in 4 weeks on Weight Watchers? ›

Unlike many fad diets that promise unrealistic results over short periods of time, WeightWatchers says members can expect to lose 0.5–2 pounds (lb) [0.23–0.9 kilograms (kg)] per week, depending on their chosen plan.

How many Weight Watchers points does a woman get a day? ›

FAQs. How many Weight Watchers smart points are you allowed per day? Users are usually allowed about 30 smart points a day.

Has anyone ever lost 30 pounds in 2 months? ›

Starting off an article about weight-loss this way is hardly motivating, but it helps to cut to the chase: It's extremely difficult to lose 30 pounds in two months. Expert doctors and dietitians agree that losing 1 to 2 pounds per week is healthy.

How long will it take me to lose 25 lb on Weight Watchers? ›

Weight Watchers estimates that up to 2 pounds can be lost per week. Following the program, it would take between 13 and 25 weeks to lose 25 pounds. Losing weight at a gradual, sustained rate increases the long-term success of keeping it off, so plan on a healthy weight loss of 1 to 2 pounds per week.

What are the negatives of Weight Watchers? ›

What is negative about Weight Watchers? Weight Watchers lacks education when it comes to nutrition and learning about why and how the foods you eat affect your weight. You also can't follow the points system outside WW, making the plan hard to continue after canceling your subscription.

How can you lose 5 lb in one week? ›

Losing 5 pounds a week comes to reducing your food intake by 3500 calories over seven days. The value that represents the decrease in calorie intake is known as the calorie deficit. If you want to lose 5 pounds in a week, you will need to reduce your food intake by 17,500 calories, which is a huge calorie deficit.

What candy has the lowest Weight Watchers points? ›

If you're looking for just a taste, a 3 Musketeers or a single Hershey's Kiss are your best bets at just 1 SmartPoints value each. Can't decide between Fun Size and mini? Smaller is usually better, but you might as well go for a Nestlé's Crunch Fun Size—since, like a mini, it has 3 SmartPoints values.

What cheese is zero points on Weight Watchers? ›

Yoghurt and cottage cheese (specifically plain, 99% fat-freet varieties) have made it onto the list of ZeroPoint food groups because they are nutrient-dense, packed with protein, and great sources of calcium and vitamin D, two key nutrients that are important for bone health.

How many points is 2 eggs on Weight Watchers? ›

It doesn't matter what you cook your eggs with or in. Eggs are a ZeroPoint foods so they do not have any Points® values—even in a cake recipe.

How many points is a banana on Weight Watchers? ›

A fruit is a ZeroPoint food if it's: Fresh or frozen without added sugars or fat.

Is there a free app that counts points like Weight Watchers? ›

Track your meals, monitor your progress, and reach your goals with Healthi, your personal weight loss companion. Healthi is free to download & use.

How many points is a glass of wine? ›

And choose low-alcohol wines and beers, because with those drinks, it's the calories in the alcohol that make up the biggest chunk of the overall calorie count. It's the reason why a medium glass of low-alcohol wine is 3 Points, but a glass of normal wine is 4 Points.

How long does it take to lose 20 pounds in WW? ›

By following the Weight Watchers programmed, I lost 20 pounds in 6 months. I discovered that tracking my food, attending weekly meetings, and having an online support system were all extremely beneficial in keeping me accountable to my goals.

Is it unhealthy to lose 20 pounds in 2 months? ›

According to many experts, losing 1–2 pounds (0.45–0.9 kg) per week is a healthy and safe rate (1, 2, 3 ). Losing more than that is considered too fast and could put you at risk of many health problems, including muscle loss, gallstones, nutritional deficiencies and a drop in metabolism ( 4 , 6 , 7 , 8 ).

How many pounds can I lose on Weight Watchers in a month? ›

How much weight will you lose in a month on Weight Watchers? According to the program itself, WW members can expect to lose 1 to 2 pounds per week, which would be 4 to 8 pounds per month.

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