Have you used your Weight Watchers point for the day but are still hungry? Check out this list of Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods.
Weight Watchers is an easy diet plan to follow and many people like it due to how easy it is to adapt to their own lifestyle. The idea is you get a set amount of points per day and you create meals and snacks around those points rather than counting calories or eating a strict list of foods. One thing that is so great about the plan is there are many foods to eat that have absolutely zero points. You are free to eat them anytime.
There are even recipes that others have developed using these zero points WW foods as well. You can create meals and snacks that don’t cut into your points allotted for the day. Here are some of the Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods as well as a few great recipes that are also zero points to help you plan your meals.
Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods
- Artichoke hearts
- Bamboo shoots
- Broccoli rabe
- Brussels sprouts
- Cabbage, all varieties
- Swiss chard
- Endive, Escarole
- Greens: beet, collard, dandelion, kale, mustard, turnip
- Hearts of palm
- Jerusalem artichokes
- Nori Seaweed
Zero- Point Fruits:
- Applesauce, unsweetened
- Berries, mixed
- Clementine oranges
- Dates, fresh
- Dragon fruit
- Fruit cocktail
- Fruit cup, unsweetened
- Passion fruit
- Satsuma mandarin
- Tomatoes, all varieties , includimg unsweetened sauce, paste, puree
- Beans, including adzuki, black, broad (fava), butter, cannellini, cranberry (Roman), green, garbanzo (chickpeas), great northern, kidney, lima, lupini, mung, navy, pink, small white, snap, soy, string, wax, white
- Beans, refried, fat-free, canned
- Calamari, grilled
- Chicken breast, ground, 98% fat-free
- Chicken breast or tenderloin, skinless, boneless
- Egg substitutes, Egg whites, whole eggs
- Arctic char
- Sea Bass
- Orange roughy
- Rainbow trout
- Salmon (all varieties, Including smoked)
- Striped bass
- Striped mullet
- Sturgeon (including smoked)
- White sucker
- Tuna (all varieties)
- Whitefish (including smoked)
- Black Eyed Peas
- Turkey, including lean turkey breast, smoked, boneless, skinless
- Yogurt, unsweetened, including Greek and soy
- Ginger root
- Mung bean sprouts
- Pea shoots
- Peppers, all varieties
- Pickles, unsweetened
- Pico de gallo
- Salsa verde
- Salsa, fat free
- Water chestnuts
Zero-Point Weight Watchers Recipes:
This Weight Watchers Zero Points Taco Soup from Live the Life You Deserve is pretty great. Sounds like something the whole family would like.
I think these Zero Point Cauliflower Poppers from It All Started with Paint sound like a great snack choice.
Easy Healthy Asian Spaghetti Squash Salad from Simple Nourished Living is a wonderful side dish or main course.
This Weight Watchers Vegetable Soup from It All Started with Paint is another great way to enjoy soup and 0 points.
Try these Quick and Easy Apple Chips that have zero points as well for a snack by Picture Perfect Plating.
If you love rice but want a zero point option, try this 0 Point Cauliflower Rice from Beth Celestin.
Laa Loosh has a nice 0 Point Low-Calorie Thai Cucumber Salad that would be perfect for a quick lunch.
Hungry Girl has a recipe for Bake-Tastic Butternut Squash Fries that also have 0 points.
Make these 0 Point Vegetable Potstickers from KitchMe for a nice side dish.
Make this Zero Points Strawberry Banana Slushy from Recipe Solution for a great treat.
These Arizona Burrito Bowls from The Tinkering Spinster are a good idea for lunches.
Yogurt Fluff from Pointed Kitchen looks like a delicious dessert.
Make these Air Fryer Cajun Zucchini Chips from Life is Sweeter By Design for a crunchy snack.
Check out these Zero Point Muffin Tin Eggs from You Brew My Tea for a great easy breakfast.
Zero Point Banana Souffle from The Holy Mess is a dessert that’s sure to please.
Make lunchtime easy with these Zero Point Protein, Fruit and Veggie Bistro Boxes from No. 2 Pencil.