As the seasons change, it’s nice to be able to have some seasonal dishes to look forward to. When the temperatures begin to drop during the fall months, it makes sense to try to warm up with some warm, filling dishes and some seasonal spices.
These 13 30-minute WW casseroles are perfect for fall, and will easily be enjoyed by those on a Weight Watchers journey. If you’re making these meals for yourself and sharing with people who aren’t on Weight Watchers, that’s no problem! These casserole dishes are so delicious that anyone will enjoy them!
This green bean casserole takes about 30 minutes to bake and is a great, filling option to enjoy this fall.
Not only is this casserole delicious, but it’s even low in Weight Watchers points! With only 2 WW points per serving, you can easily enjoy this dish and even go back for seconds!
If you’re a taco fan, then you really have to try out this taco casserole! It only takes 30 minutes to bake, and has the best warm flavors to enjoy on a chilly fall evening.
By using 95% lean beef, this recipe is easily a great option for those on Weight Watchers at 5 WW points per serving.
Chicken dinner recipes are a staple year round, so be sure to try out this chicken and broccoli casserole this fall. In only 30 minutes, you can be enjoying this delicious meal that is sure to please the whole family.
This dinner recipe is 8 WW points per serving, and it’s so filling, it’ll keep you satisfied all evening long!
Our sloppy Joe casserole recipe is easily made in one pan in just 20 minutes!
It’s a warm, comforting food that will be very welcome as the days start to get colder throughout the fall. This recipe is 6 WW points and is sure to please those who are on Weight Watchers as well as those who aren’t.
If you’re a fan of sloppy Joe meals like the one above, then you’ll also want to be sure to try out this recipe. Baked in only 25 minutes, this dish is great for those busy weeknights where you want something filling, but don’t have a bunch of time to waste.
This casserole dish is 8 WW points and will likely become a family favorite that you make time and time again!
This is a great option for those who like a homemade chicken recipe. Our chicken casserole only takes 25 minutes to bake and is very easy to make.
This is a healthy casserole dish that could easily become a staple meal in your household. Each serving is 4 WW points helping you stick with your Weight Watchers goals.
Get all the taste of your favorite bacon cheeseburger while sticking within your daily Weight Watchers point allowance. This casserole takes 30 minutes to bake and is so delicious!
Those who aren’t on Weight Watchers will love this without even realizing how much better it is for them than a takeout burger. This even tastes so much better, and is 7 WW points per serving.
With only 4 WW points, this creamy cheese corn casserole is a perfect fall casserole option. Ready after a 20-minute bake, this casserole is sure to please!
Corn is a popular ingredient during the fall months leading up to Thanksgiving, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy this casserole dish during the autumn.
Chicken and rice is a staple dish in so many homes, so you may already have the ingredients you need for this recipe! This casserole takes 30 minutes to bake and is great for a weekly meal prep dinner.
At 9 WW points, you’ll feel very satisfied and full in the best way without feeling “overstuffed”.
Chicken pot pie is a very popular dish to make, and this recipe adds a casserole spin to it. The chicken pot pie casserole takes 32 minutes to bake and has the perfect flavors to warm up with this fall.
Enjoy this meal that comes in with only 5 WW points!
With only 5 WW points in this dish, it is absolutely a must-try meal. This casserole requires 25 minutes of baking before it’s ready to eat, which is very quick!
If you’re a fan of pasta dishes, you’ll definitely get your fill with this casserole recipe that’s perfect for fall.
French toast is such a sweet treat, so even though this takes an extra 7 minutes with a total of 37 baking minutes needed, it’s so worth it! Enjoy this casserole any time of the day during the fall.
How could this dish get any better? Well, it’s only 3 WW points! You can truly indulge and enjoy this holiday French toast casserole recipe!
Okay so this is 10 minutes longer than the 30 minutes, but it only takes 10 minutes to prep and it’s so delicious for fall so I couldn’t resist including it! With a total bake time of 40 minutes, enjoy this dish with friends and family. This casserole is 9 WW points and is the perfect fall dinner!