These kid-friendly Weight Watchers recipes will help you stick to your diet while feeding the whole family healthy meals.
If you are like most busy moms these days, you are wondering how on earth you will stick with your plan to eat healthier and make something your kids will love, too. If you are following a specific diet plan like the Weight Watchers Freestyle SmartPoints plan, it is even more challenging. You certainly don’t want to make two separate meals because no one has time for that. Here are some great kid-friendly Weight Watchers recipes to make when you have kids to please at your table and no time to argue with picky eaters.
Kid-Friendly Weight Watchers Recipes
I think these Baked Chicken and Cheese Rolled Tacos from Slenderberry are the perfect meal to make ahead of time and stick in the freezer. (6 Freestyle Points)
Kids love lasagna and this Lasagna Pasta from Recipe Diaries is an easy way to make it in a snap for a great weeknight dinner. (12 Freestyle Points)
This Layered Chicken Enchilada Bake from Emily Bites looks so incredible and would make a great taco night treat. (5 Freestyle Points)
Similarly, this Taco Casserole from Points Kitchen would also make a great meal for Taco Tuesday if yours includes anything that’s Tex-Mex. (5 Freestyle Points)
Sloppy Joes are a great lunch or dinner option for the whole family. Try these Healthy Turkey Sloppy Joes from Food Meanderings. (6 Freestyle Points)
If pizza is always on the menu, try this 2 Ingredient Pizza Dough from Mess for Less for a Weight Watchers friendly way to keep it there. (3 Freestyle Points)
My kids always loved Chicken Quesadillas and these ones from You Brew My Tea are Weight Watchers friendly. (5 Freestyle Points)
Presentation is everything when cooking for kids. These Skinny Meatloaf Muffins with Barbeque Sauce from Skinny Kitchen turn everyday meatloaf into a tasty treat. (2 Freestyle Points)
I would really love to try this Pepperoni Pizza Casserole recipe from Midlife Healthy Living the next time I need a kid-friendly meal idea. (5 Freestyle Points)
Most kids love pasta dishes so this Skinny Chicken Alfredo from Cooking Made Healthy is definitely worth trying out on yours. (7 Freestyle Points)
I haven’t met a kid who doesn’t love chicken tenders. Try out this recipe for Crunchy Baked Chicken Tenders from The Chunky Chef. (2 Freestyle Points)
Make your own version of Pizza Bagels with this recipe from Drugstore Divas that uses the 2 Ingredient Dough. (7 Freestyle Points)
Check out these Cheeseburger Eggrolls from Emily Bites! (2 Freestyle Points)
Make breakfast easier with these Skinny 1 Point Pancakes from No. 2 Pencil. They are perfect for making on weekend mornings and everyone will love them. (1 Freestyle Point).
Don’t fall off the your plan just because there is a special event, holiday, or birthday. These Weight Watchers Chocolate Cupcakes from Life is Sweeter by Design are perfect for any dessert or get-together or ‘just because’. (4 Freestyle Points)