With the new year approaching, we are excited about the idea of a fresh start! Whether you’ve been disciplined with your WW diet or feel like you’ve been slacking a bit, the new year is the perfect opportunity to get back into it. It is often easy to slip into older habits during the holidays since there are tons of yummy, comforting foods that aren’t necessarily the healthiest. However, after the new year, you have the freedom and chance to start each day on the right foot to feel motivated, staying on track during lunch and dinner, too.

When your breakfast is high in points, it can be discouraging because you have to watch what you eat for the rest of the day. However, plenty of delicious and low-point options are available that allow you to enjoy a satisfying breakfast and still have room for other exciting foods later in the day! We have a list of 12 different recipes here that won’t break your point bank, and they range from sweet breakfasts like pancakes and parfaits to savory options like breakfast casseroles or omelettes; enjoy!

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1. Chicken Frittata (Southwestern Style)

Our Chicken Frittata recipe comprises many zero-point foods, which makes it low-point overall. Specifically, each serving is only one Weight Watchers point on the current system. The frittata has flavors of diced peppers, red onions, corn, garlic, shredded chicken, and diced tomatoes. The egg base has milk to make it fluffy and seasonings to give it flavor! You will absolutely love digging into this delicious breakfast.

2. Greek Yogurt with Warm Blueberry Sauce

Weight Watchers posted this recipe for a Greek yogurt breakfast that is perfect for people who wake up with smaller appetites. It is only one point per serving! It has flavors of tangy Greek yogurt, fresh lemon juice and zest, and blueberries. You can make a homemade blueberry sauce and serve it warm over the yogurt, making it feel like you are eating dessert!

3. Breakfast Bowls – Weight Watchers

Keeping On Point posted this breakfast bowl recipe, which is only four points per serving. This dish is perfect for meal prep as it can be made at the start of the week, making your work week easier while also promoting healthy habits. This breakfast contains potatoes, onions, peppers, reduced-fat Mexican cheese, and eggs. It also has a dash of garlic powder, salt, and pepper, which perfectly pairs with the potatoes and eggs.

4. Weight Watchers Kodiak Pancakes

Pointed Kitchen shared this pancake recipe, which has plenty of protein and is low in points. You only need bananas, fat-free yogurt, vanilla extract, eggs, Kodiak Power Cakes Flapjack And Waffle Mix. Additionally, you will need just a bit of water and blueberries. This is a perfect breakfast to enjoy on weekend mornings when you want to treat yourself and your family!

5. Breakfast Tostadas

These savory tostadas are not only pleasing to the eye, but they also taste fantastic. You will be in heaven with fresh avocado, salsa, scrambled eggs, and cherry or grape tomatoes. It also has fat-free refried beans, which provide your body with more protein in addition to the eggs! Use Mission brand Extra Thin Yellow Corn Tortillas for best results; they are lower in points than the average tortilla.

spinach and egg taco bowls

6. Spinach and Veggie Breakfast Taco Bowls

Our Veggie Taco bowls are WW-friendly and incredibly appetizing! They contain whole-grain tortilla bowls by the brand El Paso. You can fill them with diced peppers, onions, spinach, and egg whites. Add a dash of salt, pepper, and lightly shredded cheese to flavor the breakfast bowls. This recipe will make you feel satiated and start your day wonderfully.

7. BLT Breakfast Cheese Toast

Weight Watchers posted this recipe for BLT Breakfast Toast, and you have to try it! It is five points. You can load up reduced-calorie whole wheat bread with tons of yummy components. The toppings include reduced-fat Mexican-style cheese, center-cut bacon, romaine lettuce, and tomato. You are met with crisp lettuce, gooey cheese, and crunchy bacon when you bite into it. Doesn’t that sound delicious?

8. Weight Watchers Spicy Mexican Breakfast Burritos

If you are a fan of spicy foods, this recipe is for you. These hefty burritos are six points and are incredibly filling! For best results, use whole wheat tortillas as the base. Include fat-free salsa, sour cream, poblano chilies, onions, eggs, and a reduced-fat Mexican cheese blend. You can use any spices you wish, but cumin and cayenne are suggested!

9. Weight Watchers Breakfast Casserole

You won’t believe that this scrumptious breakfast casserole is only two points! It contains ground turkey sausage crumbles, peppers and onions, hash brown potatoes, and shredded cheese. Aside from that, all you need is skim milk, eggs, and hot sauce. Use your preferred hot sauce So that you can be sure you will enjoy every bite of this casserole. If you wish, top it with fresh diced jalapenos, which raises the heat level even more.

egg white breakfast cups

10. Egg White Breakfast Cups

Looking for a lighter breakfast? Try our recipe for Egg White Breakfast Cups. This is great when you need protein in the morning but don’t want a full breakfast. All you need is frozen home fries, peppers and onions, low-point bacon, and liquid egg whites. We love using Cajun seasoning, which perfectly pairs with the bacon, creating a spicy, savory, and sweet combo. This recipe makes 12 servings.

11. Goat Cheese, Spinach, and Tomato Omelet

Weight Watchers posted this omelet recipe, which only costs three points! It contains eggs, spinach, onions, tomatoes, and semi-soft goat cheese. To make it refreshing, you can add fresh diced tomatoes and basil! Use any seasonings you wish and top it with fresh scallions, which upgrade its presentation. This recipe can be made in a matter of minutes.

12. Hearty Breakfast Casserole – Weight Watchers

This is an excellent family-friendly breakfast casserole. Enjoy the delightful taste of red onions, turkey bacon, eggs, cheese, and hash browns combined in one dish. It makes eight servings and takes about 40 minutes to bake! However, you can prep it the night before so that all you need to do in the morning is assemble the components and pop them in the oven. Enjoy this casserole, either hot or cold!

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