When on Weight Watchers, or any other type of diet, you know how important it is to have healthy, convenient options. Too often, you may find yourself stuck without an option that fits the diet. Then, you’re so hungry that you give in to whatever is available. With these Weight Watchers frozen meals, you can ensure that you have plenty of healthy options stocked in your freezer for times just like this. A quick 3-4 minutes in the microwave, and you’ve got diet-friendly options that will please your tastebuds and satisfy your hunger at the same time. 

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Weight Watcher’s frozen meals range from breakfast to dinner, protein-focused to veggie-focused, and all are top-notch when it comes to flavor. If you’re in the mood for Mexican – like chicken fajitas – or for comfort food – like mac and cheese – this is the list for you. There are options no matter the mood you’re in, and all are below 300 calories. It’s a win-win! Let’s dive into these frozen entrees. 

Weight Watchers Frozen Meals: Healthy Choice Cafe Steamers Chicken Fajita

A bed of fluffy white rice is topped with a smoky, spice-infused ancho chili sauce and grilled chicken breasts. It’s a classic “chicken and rice” meal that will keep you healthy, satisfied, and happy with yourself. Not only is it Weight Watchers friendly, it’s free of preservatives, so you can feel good about what you’re putting inside your body. 

1 tray is 3 WW points. 200 calories, 4.5 g fat, 23 g carbs, 15 g protein, 2 g fiber, 4 g sugar, 490 mg sodium. 

Caulipower New Chick on the Block Chicken Tenders

If you’re on Weight Watchers, and you haven’t tried any Caulipower products yet, let me put you onto these. They’re going to be your new best friend when you’re craving savory, crunchy fried chicken. These chicken tenders are baked, not fried, which saves a ton of calories. But they’re also breaded in cauliflower breading, which drastically lowers the carbs. Despite how healthy it is, all the flavor is there! It’s amazing over a big salad. 

2 tenders are 2 WW points. 120 calories, 4.5 g fat, 12 g carbs, 16 g protein, 1 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 480 mg sodium. 

Weight Watchers Frozen Meals: Marie Callender’s Slow Roasted Beef Pot Roast Bowl

In the winter, this slow-roasted beef pot roast bowl will warm you up from the inside out. The beef is tender, even after microwaving, and it’s all covered in a low-calorie, savory gravy. It’ll take you back to comforting Sunday afternoon lunches with the family, while keeping you on track with your weight loss goals. 

1 meal is 6 WW points. Calories: 220 kcal, Carbohydrates: 26 g, Protein: 14 g, Fat: 6 g, Fiber: 3 g, Sodium: 790 mg, Sugar: 4 g

Marie Callender’s Grocery Roasted Turkey Breast and Stuffing

Ever wanted all the delicious flavors of the Thanksgiving meal, without the overindulgence or high calories? Marie Callender brings it all to you with the roasted turkey breast and stuffing meal. You get creamy mashed potatoes, moist turkey breast, and savory stuffing all under 300 calories. It’s also a high protien meal giving you over 20 grams of protein. Protein helps you stay full so you don’t crave more after you eat. 

1 meal is 6 WW points. 280 calories, 7 g fat, 33 g carbs, 21 g protein, 5 g fiber, 5 g sugar, 1010 mg sodium. 

Weight Watchers Frozen Meals: Lean Cuisine’s Protein Kick Herb Roasted Chicken

Speaking of protein, Lean Cuisine has a protein kick line that offers meals with minimal to no Weight Watchers points. This herb-roasted chicken meal is just 2 Weight Watchers points and 180 calories. Because it’s so low in calories and points, you have room to add in a dessert like this Weight Watchers-friendly apple pie! 

1 meal is 2 WW points. 180 calories, 4.5 g fat, 16 g carbs, 18 g protein, 2 g fiber, 4 g sugar, 580 mg sodium. 

Tyson Air Fried Chicken Breast Nuggets

These Tyson Air Fried chicken breast nuggets are similar to the Caulipower nuggets. But if cauliflower causes digestive issues (like it does with a good number of people), Tyson’s version is a great option. They also are delicious on big salads (think buffalo chicken salad!). They are air-fried to keep the fat content low compared to the traditionally deep-fried chicken nuggets. 

5 nuggets are 4 WW points. 1 serving is 160 calories, 4 g fat, 15 g carbs, 15 g protein, 1 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 520 mg sodium. 

Weight Watchers Frozen Meals: Smart Ones Crispy Bacon Scramble

Weight Watchers frozen meals aren’t just for lunch or dinner, they can help out at breakfast too. This crispy bacon scramble will allow you to enjoy a quick, filling breakfast rather than have you rush out the door without anything at all. In this one meal, you get crispy bacon mixed in with scrambled eggs and roasted potatoes. The creamy cheese sauce brings it all together. 

1 serving is 4 WW points. 230 calories, 10 g fat, 17 g carbs, 17 g protein, 2 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 590 mg sodium. 

Real Good Italian Grande Ricotta Cheese Cannelloni with Marinara Sauce

Real Good has created absolute magic. All of their entrees are protein-focused and low in carbs. They do this by creating pasta or tortillas out of chicken and cheese! Because of that, these cannelloni are just 9 Weight Watchers points and have 17 grams of protein. It’s amazing! You’ll be thrilled at how tasty this meal can be after just a few minutes in the microwave. 

1 tray is 4 WW points. 160 calories, 6 g fat, 9 g carbs, 17 g protein, 4 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 610 mg sodium. 

Weight Watchers Frozen Meals: Healthy Choice Zero Verde Chicken

This low-carb lifestyle bowl is infused with the fresh and bright flavors of Verde sauce. Served with riced cauliflower and a green tomatillo sauce, the chicken breast is topped with a creamy Cotija cheese sauce and all-natural vegetables. Because it’s veggie-packed, this Healthy Choice meal is zero Weight Watchers points. I would stock the freezer full! 

1 tray is 0 WW points. Calories: 180 kcal, Fat: 7 g, Carbohydrates: 10 g, Sodium: 540 mg, Fiber: 5 g, Sugar: 4 g, Protein: 18 g. 

Smart Ones Crustless Chicken Pot Pie

Imagine having chicken pot pie while on a diet! It would be heaven, right? Chicken pot pie is buttery and the ultra comfort food. Smart Ones’ version doesn’t have the coveted crust, but it does have soft, pillowy dumplings that curb those carb cravings. This meal is just two Weight Watchers points and 190 calories. It also should be one that you stock your freezer with. 

1 tray is 2 WW points. 190 calories, 3 g fat, 21 g carbs, 17 g protein, 3 g fiber, 6 g sugar, 660 mg sodium. 

Weight Watchers Frozen Meals: Lean Cuisine Butternut Squash Ravioli

This Lean Cuisine Butternut Squash Ravioli is such a fun way to get in your veggies! Because it’s a veggie-packed meal, you’re getting 5 healthy grams of fiber, which is fantastic for gut health. This meal feels decadent and comforting on a chilly night. Grab this one when you want a night in by yourself to watch your favorite movie. 

1 tray is 7 WW points. 260 calories, 7 g fat, 40 g carbs, 9 g protein, 5 g fiber, 11 g sugar, 590 mg sodium. 

Trader Joe’s Reduced Guilt Mac and Cheese 

If you want a meal that feels indulgent without breaking your WW points bank, give Trader Joe’s Mac and Cheese a try. It’s reduced guilt because the entire meal is under 300 calories. That’s hard to do with mac and cheese. Pair this meal with some zero point protein, or even a serving of Tyson’s Air Fried chicken breast, and you’ve got a “cheat meal” that’s actually well within your goals! 

1 tray is 10 WW points. Calories: 270 kcal, Carbohydrates: 40 g, Protein: 15 g, Sodium: 540 mg, Sugar: 4 g, Fat: 8 g, Fiber: 1 g. 

Don’t skip over these Weight Watchers frozen meals this year! They’ll keep you on the straight and narrow diet path, all while filling you with healthy (and quick) nutrients. And if you’re in need of something delicious and warm this winter, check out these 10 Hearty Weight Watcher Soups To Warm You Up This December.

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