Weight Watchers Recipes | Two Free Easy Recipes

By | December 14, 2015

Weight Watchers Recipes

You don’t have to be a member of Weight Watchers to know they have some great recipes, I will give two of my personal best Weight Watchers recipes.

These are quick easy and relatively cheap to make, there also absolutely delicious and nutritious and you have to try them. if you haven’t read my post about does Weight watchers work click here.

Just in case you don’t know, Weight Watchers use a point system that’s very much like, counting calories, what I will do for the sake of confusion is list how many calories are in each recipe.

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Save money by preparing your own food.


 

Weight Watchers Recipes  #1

Baked eggs with smoked salmon and spinach

This is perfect for breakfast but just as tasty any time of the day. High in protein from the egg and smoked salmon and a good source of fibre from the spinach to keep you fuller for longer.

Serves – 6. Prep time – 10 minutes. Cook time – 15 mins. Calories – 193 per serving


 

Ingredients 

  • 6 eggsWeight Watchers recipe
  • 3 tablespoons half fat creme fraiche
  • 180g of smoked salmon
  • 1 tablespoon of fresh dill
  • cooking spray (preferably calorie controlled)

How to cook and serve 


As always make sure the cooker is preheated, 180 degrees if the fan and 200 if normal, whilst waiting for the cooker to preheat put spinach in the microwave to wilt, squeeze out any excess water, stir through the crème Fraiche and dill and season as you taste buds require.

Grab some ramekins, if you don’t have any click this link to buy some, mist the sides of the ramekins and split the spinach between them, flake the smoked salmon over the spinach and make a well in each ramekin, crack an egg into each ramekin. add salt and pepper if you want.

simply pop the ramekins in the oven and bake for 15 minutes the whites should be set and the yolks runny. serve and enjoy this amazing meal.


Weight Watchers Recipes  #2

Posh fish fingers with chive dip and potatoes wedges 

I absolutely love fish fingers and when I come across this recipe couldn’t wait to to make them, believe me, they were mouth watering.

This Recipe is great for a light lunch it’s quite carbohydrate heavy compared to the baked egg and salmon option, however, its loaded with goodness and quality carbs that will keep you energised.

Serves 2 -. Prep time 10 mins – Cook Time 35 – Calories  311 per dish

Ingredients


 

  • Cooking spray (opt for calorie control spray)Tonkatsu_by_ayustety_in_Tokyo
  • 2 tablespoons of couscous
  • 150g floury potatoes don’t peel and cut into wedges
  • Grated zest, 1 lemon
  • 2 tablespoons of fresh flat parsley that’s chopped finely
  • 1 tablespoon of skimmed milk
  • 25 grams of low-fat mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon of paprika
  • skinless salmon fillet ( cut into 6 strips)
  • 1 tablespoon of chopped fresh chives

How to cook and serve


 

if you’re using a fan oven preheat to 180 degrees or 200 if it a conventional oven, the first thing you want to do is put your wedges in a roasting tin and mist them with cooking spray, roast these for 35 mins until nice and golden turning them once.

Whilst the wedges are roasting we can prepare the fish, start with combining the couscous, paprika,lemon zest and parsley in a bowl, now simply place and roll the fish in the bowl until coated, wrap the fish in a baking paper and mist, pop them in the oven alongside the wedges for 10 mins, these should look golden and must be cooked through.

Now that the wedges and fish are cooking, we need to prepare the dip, this is really easy, just mix the milk, lemon juice, chives and mayonnaise add season if you wish and then serve with salad and the lemon on the side.


 

Summary

These are just two fantastic Weight Watchers recipes, there are thousands out there to suit every walk of life, they are simple and easy to incorporate into a busy lifestyle and food preparation is key to losing weight.

I know all to well how easy it is to just through something in the microwave, but we owe it to ourselves and our loved ones just to invest some time in ourselves, preparing our own food is so much tastier and healthy you don’t have all the added sugar salt and preservatives.

Click here for more information on Weight Watchers and how you can become a member of this group, plus get your hands on many more recipes

Healthy Regards

Steven

 

Photo cred- Andrea Goh via Flickr. Lisa Yarost via flickr

10 thoughts on “Weight Watchers Recipes | Two Free Easy Recipes

  1. Emily

    hi Steven!
    Wow I have to say that I like both those recipes very much! I want to try them as soon as possible! I will definitively be trying the first one this weekend. I might use sour cream instead of creme fraiche though. It is tangy like the creme fraiche. And I love dill so I will use a lot of it! So I love recipes that require minimal ingredients but taste good!

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    1. Steven Varley Post author

      You wont be disappointed Emily, cant beat quick easy and nutritious, there really isnt any need for junk food with recipes like these.

      Reply
  2. pJ

    Wow,Steven,
    You caught my eye right away with the Baked eggs with smoked salmon and spinach and then I saw the posh fish fingers.. I love fish! These look incredibly easy and healthy. It is almost lunch time here and I am going to try one of these very very soon if not today! Thank you for sharing the valuable and delicious looking recipes and tips. I feel encouraged to cook better for myself! ♥

    Reply
    1. Steven Varley Post author

      Hey PJ,

      You wont regret it! the fish fingers are fantastic,healthy and nutritious. What i like about both these recipes is the ease of making them and how cheap they are to make.

      Reply
  3. Theresa

    We have about worn our microwave out with fast and unhealthy foods, so maybe I will try one of these recipes this weekend. Thank you for giving me some ideas for fast foods that don’t require the microwave.

    Reply
    1. Steven Varley Post author

      Hey Theresa,

      Join the club, I used to believe in fast food, until I educated myself that there is faster food and healthier out there as long as you put the prep work in that is the key,

      let me know how you got on with these 2 simple recipes….

      Reply
  4. Shelley

    Preparation is the key to staying consistent! I totally agree! I like these recipes, though I wold probably switch out the salmon for a white fish. Would it still be good with say tilapia??

    Reply
    1. Steven Varley Post author

      Hi Shelly,

      You certainly can change ingredients!! that’s the beauty about healthy eating you decide what you put in. be creative its important you eat what you enjoy as that is also key to consistency.

      Let me know how you get on with your food mash ups.

      Reply
  5. Niki

    Those recipes sound delicious. I will definitely try some of them as part of my healthy diet. My friend was part of weight watcher member and she lost a lot of weight without struggling and being hungry.

    Reply

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