These Crock Pot recipes are easy and nutritious, plus they’ll keep you warm through the colder months. We’ve compiled 13 of our favorite Weight Watchers-friendly slow-cook meals, from soups and stews to whole rotisserie chicken and mac and cheese.
We love the “set it and forget it” Crock Pot cooking method because it’s so convenient. With minimal prep work, you can whip up a balanced and delicious meal and let it simmer to perfection while you’re at work or taking care of other things.
Don’t have a Crockpot yet? Read about 10 things to know before buying a Crock Pot this fall. If you’re not sure which type of cooker you’re after, take a look at our Instant Pot vs Crock Pot comparison.
Any meat eater loves a good rotisserie chicken. While they’re super convenient to pick up at the grocery store, store-bought chickens are pumped full of sugars, sodium, and other processed ingredients. Plus, they’re not always the freshest.
Making a rotisserie chicken at home can be just as convenient thanks to the Crock Pot. Plus, it’s better for you! Choose your favorite seasonings and cook it on low while you’re at work. It’s a zero-point food on Weight Watchers. Bonus: Use the leftovers in our chicken soup recipes!
Buffalo chicken is another favorite that—while finger-licking delicious—can rack up points when you’re eating out. (Wings and Ranch, anybody?) Here we take the buffalo and ranch flavors you love but turn it into a balanced and nourishing soup!
Chicken, loads of veggies, and a healing broth are infused with flavor and creaminess from hot sauce, ranch dressing, cream cheese, and mozzarella. It’s perfection in a bowl, really. This soup comes in at 1-2 points depending on your 0-point foods.
This Weight Watchers potato soup is a filling and healthy choice for lunch or dinner. Made with staple ingredients you likely have on hand already, this rich and buttery soup is highly customizable, so you’re sure to please the whole family.
The recipe uses russet potatoes, bacon, and chicken cooked in broth with butter, milk, cream cheese, and sour cream. Add your favorite vegetables for extra nutrients. Depending on your favorite plan, it comes in at just 6 WW points per serving.
This better-for-you Crockpot Ranch Chicken was made with busy, health-conscious people in mind. The cheesy, ranch flavor will easily win the kids over, and you can even get away with hiding some veggies in it. It’s great for family meals and even game day!
This high-protein, low-carb one-pot meal requires virtually no prep and can be ready in as little as 3 hours if you cook on the high setting in the Crock-Pot. It makes 12 hearty servings at 3 WW points a piece.
This hearty stew is as nourishing as it is easy to make. Simply toss your veggies, ground turkey, broth, and seasonings into the Crock Pot and let the magic begin. You can easily change up the veggies and flavor profile to suit your taste.
The recipe makes 10 servings with only 93 calories and 1 WW point a piece. It freezes well making it a great option for meal prep. Make a few big batches and eat them all winter long!
This vegan-friendly squash and pumpkin soup is thick, creamy, and so satisfying. Cinnamon, nutmeg, apples, squash, and pumpkin come together in this creamy dish to form the perfect low-calorie fall soup. Add some cayenne pepper for a little kick.
With lots of healthy fiber, this comforting soup will keep you full longer. The recipe makes 6 servings at just 1 WW point each, the point coming from the coconut milk. Make a big batch and freeze some for later!
This low-calorie and high-fiber cabbage soup is filling and delicious! Thanks to nutrient-rich cabbage and a slew of other veggies, it’s full of the vitamins and nutrients your body needs to stay healthy this cold and flu season.
Like any soup, it’s incredibly versatile. Like any Crock-Pot soup, it’s so easy to make—simply add the ingredients to the pot and let your cooker do the rest. This recipe makes 10 servings with 91 calories and just 3 WW points each.
This is a hearty and healthy slow-cooker chicken taco soup, so it is incredibly simple to make. Mexican flavors are simmered into a thick tomato broth full of veggies with protein-rich chicken and black beans. Top with cheese and tortilla chips for a delightful meal in a bowl.
This recipe is just 1 WW point for 4 servings, so each individual serving is 0 points. Plus the recipe includes variation ideas to reduce points even further. The recipe makes 12 1-cup servings and freezes well.
This creamy soup is easy to make in the Crock Pot or stovetop. Made with a combination of Southwest corn and creamed corn, it is comfort in a bowl! It’s thick, hearty, easy to make, and once again, freezes well making it perfect for for meal prep.
Don’t like turkey? Try our chicken potato and corn chowder instead! Both versions come in at 5 WW points per serving according to the recipe builder.
If you’ve had your fill of soup (is that even possible?) give this lightened-up buffalo chicken mac and cheese a try! It’s creamy, but we use light cheese to keep things WW-compliant. Hot sauce gives this dish its buffalo flavor.
We start by cooking the chicken in the Crock Pot and then add in the pasta, cheese, cream cheese, milk, and yogurt before cooking some more. This recipe makes 8 1-cup servings at 5 smart points each.
Taco Potato Casserole is a delicious union of hearty baked potatoes and a healthy chicken taco. This balanced one-pot dinner requires minimal prep. You really only have to cook the chicken, then the crockpot does the rest. It’s also easy to customize with your favorite toppings.
This dish is a meal on its own for only 4 WW points, leaving room for some chips and salsa or even a fun dessert. You can even add your favorite veggies to the mix without changing the flavor of the dish. The recipe serves 8.
This creamy soup combines the classic flavors of potato and leek with nutrient-dense cauliflower. It’s simple in ingredients and preparation, making this a go-to for busy home cooks or anyone looking for a no-fuss dinner option.
After cooking the ingredients in the Crockpot, you’ll blend this soup to get a creamy consistency—but you can skip this step if you like a chunky soup! The recipe makes 8 1-cup servings at 3 WW points a piece.
Packed with flavor and lean protein, this warm and satisfying recipe is perfect for a cozy night in or a hearty lunch. This lightened-up chili uses skinless chicken breasts, low-sodium chicken broth, and reduced-fat cheese to keep points low without skimping on taste.
The resulting chili has a creamy and slightly spicy broth that's packed with tender chicken, white beans, and flavorful seasonings. The Crockpot makes this meal in a bowl so easy to make. The recipe makes 4 large portions at 2 WW points each.