Fall weather is rolling in, and these 14 Weight Watchers Fall Recipes are exactly what you need to stay cozy and comforted! We’ve compiled some of our tastiest and most popular recipes—from soups, stews, and crock pot dishes to muffins, baked treats, and desserts—that will warm you up while nourishing you from the inside out.
Nothing says fall more than pumpkin and squash. Unless, of course, you whip them into a warm and comforting soup! This creamy and nutrient-dense soup is seasoned with warming spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and a pinch of cayenne pepper. Apples, another fall treat, are added for added nutrition and a pop of sweetness.
This low-calorie and fiber-rich soup is just 1 WW point per serving. It is vegan as written, but would be lovely with some ground meat sprinkled on top as well. Serve it with this healthy cornbread for a balanced meal!
This healthy soup is like a cabbage roll in a bowl. It’s filling, nutrient-dense, and delicious. Plus, it’s just 3 WW points per serving. It’s packed with vitamins, minerals, and fiber that will keep your immune system strong through the colder months.
This slow-cooker recipe is great for prepping extra batches and freezing, and it’s incredibly versatile. Add your favorite vegetables, swap out the spices for a different flavor profile, or change out the protein to fit your dietary needs.
This creamy and delicious soup can be made in the crock pot or on the stovetop. It’s simple to make and oh-so-hearty, sure to fill your belly and nourish your soul. Potatoes, onion, corn, and cream form the creamy base of this soup, and ground turkey gives it a hearty dose of protein to keep you satisfied.
Swap out the cream with coconut to keep this dairy-free, and make extra to store in your freezer for easy meal prep. The recipe makes 8 1-cup servings at 5 Weight Watchers points a piece.
This classic vegetable soup will bring you back to grandma’s house! Full of nutritious vegetables, herbs, and spices, it is perfect to keep your immune system strong as the seasons change. Plus, it’s incredibly versatile—use any veggies and herbs you like, add meat to bulk it up, or add a dash of cream to thicken it.
This easy recipe comes together fast. Simply chop and saute your veggies before letting them cook to your desired consistency in the nourishing broth. It’s ready in as little as 30 minutes, makes 7 servings, and is a zero-point food!
This turkey stew is so simple to make, just throw everything in the crockpot and enjoy the delicious smells all day long! The recipe makes 10 1-cup servings with only 93 calories and just 1 WW point. This is another great option to make ahead and freeze so you have healthy meals all winter long.
This classic recipe combines onion, carrot, celery, tomatoes, and potatoes in an herb-infused broth. Ground turkey bulks it up and adds extra protein.
The last of our soup picks is this classic beef and bean chili with tomato and warming spices. Another great crock pot option, this recipe makes 9 servings that come in at just 4 Weight Watchers points each. It’s smoky, a little spicy, nourishing, and protein-packed.
If you prefer, swap out the beef for ground chicken in this recipe, or give this White Chicken Chili recipe a try instead!
This slow cooker chicken and dumplings recipe is an easy and lightened-up take on a classic European favorite. Made in the crockpot with the help of Campell’s cream of chicken soup and Pillsbury country biscuits this is an easy recipe to prep, set, and leave to work its magic while you go to work.
This creamy, herby, and protein-rich meal comes in at just 4 Weight Watchers points.
This baked pasta dish is easy to prep and a perfect crowd-pleaser that the whole family will enjoy. Not only is this cheesy one-pot meal easy to throw together, but it bakes up in just 30 minutes.
Fresh herbs, a mixture of cheeses, and a flavorful tomato sauce are perfectly balanced in this savory meal. Leftovers reheat easily or can be stored in the freezer for another easy meal—simply thaw and reheat in the oven. Just 4 points per serving on this one.
Making a whole rotisserie chicken is a great way to elevate your meals. It’s nutritious, comforting, and a great way to meal prep for the week. Using the crock pot makes cooking a whole chicken so easy, and it cooks up perfectly every time!
Seasoned with onion, garlic, paprika, rosemary, parsley, and sage, this chicken recipe is perfect for fall and winter. Use up any leftovers in a healing soup! The chicken is ready in as little as 4.5 hours in the crock pot, and it’s a zero-point food.
This tender and juicy brisket will elevate your status in the household to master chef! Lean brisket is seasoned in a perfectly balanced rub and slow-cooked to perfection in the crock pot. If time allows, you can let the meat soak up the rub overnight for maximum flavor.
Serve with a sweet and tangy homemade BBQ sauce alongside your favorite veggies or on a sandwich. A single 3 oz serving of the brisket is 4 Smart Points plus 1-2 points for the sauce, depending on how much you use.
Let’s move on to these cinnamon muffins because fall foods are so much more than soups and warming savories. Naturally sweetened with warming cinnamon and apples, these muffins are exactly what fall is meant to taste like!
Great for breakfast, a healthy snack, or dessert, these gluten-free zucchini-based muffins hide a lot of nutrients and have a perfect texture. Plus, they’re just 3 Weight Watchers points per serving. If you love these muffins, be sure to try these Simple Pumpkin Muffins for Lazy Bakers, too.
Apples are one of Fall’s greatest gifts, and these Weight Watchers Baked Apples are a perfect way to enjoy them. Soft, sweet apples are stuffed with a crunchy oat and cinnamon filling and served with a scoop of thick Greek yogurt for a nutritious, low-calorie dessert or indulgent afternoon tea.
These decadent and indulgent apples come in at 7 points per serving. They are beautiful, versatile, and super easy to make—even in large batches. Perfect for entertaining!
This apple cranberry oatmeal bake is a perfect fall breakfast—though I like to enjoy it year-round! It is perfection when enjoyed warm out of the oven. The recipe calls for apple sauce and fresh, diced apples, plus fresh cranberries which give this oatmeal bake a lovely texture with a sweet and tart flavor combination. Cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and honey warm and sweeten the dish perfectly.
This recipe is ready in under an hour and makes 6 servings.
This traditional European dessert is a sweet and fall-spiced indulgence that looks as good as it tastes. Whole pears are poached in stevia-sweetened red wine syrup and simmered until they are soft and fully infused.
This guilt-free dessert is ready in just 30 minutes and comes in at 2 WW points per serving.