There's something just so lovable about casseroles, don't you agree? There are plenty of Weight Watchers-friendly casseroles out there, but some stand out more than others. We did some digging and found some of our most appreciated recipes that have been shared and raved about on Instagram! These popular recipes each have their own enticing qualities, whether they’re impressively low in points or contain a special ingredient.
Whichever the case, these recipes have one thing in common: how convenient they are! You can pop them in the oven or slow cooker; they come out perfectly golden and bubbly on the edges, making your mouth water just from looking at them. If you are ready to make your weeknights more exciting, you can try some of these beloved recipes that have received high ratings and admiration. You’re sure to find something since there are options with Mexican, Italian, and Regional American influences!
This highly shared recipe is perfect for dinner! With extra lean ground beef, Pillsbury biscuits, salsa, cheese, and veggies, it reminds you of biting into a scrumptious taco. If you wish, add additional toppings, such as fat-free sour cream, hot sauce, or fresh sliced avocado. This recipe makes six servings and tastes even better the next day, making it perfect for leftovers.
Imagine a deconstructed bacon cheeseburger, and you may end up with this casserole. It tastes like a juicy cheeseburger because it has flaky biscuits, lean ground beef, cheese, ketchup, mustard, onions, and, of course, bacon! To keep it lightened, use low-point bacon and measure the correct amount of the Pillsbury biscuits. Additionally, use light shredded cheese. It makes all the difference in the result for points.
This dish is called Million Dollar Chicken Casserole for a reason – it is exquisite! What's incredible is that you can make it in less than an hour. The casserole includes biscuits, cream cheese, chicken, sour cream, ranch dressing, and bacon. It's best to use healthier alternatives like reduced-fat cheese and dairy products when making this dish. Finally, top it off with everything bagel seasoning to instantly upgrade its delicious taste.
Do you love chicken parmesan? How about making it in the form of a casserole? This creative dish stands out not only for its exceptional taste but also for its impressive appearance. You'll need cheese, pasta sauce, mushrooms, peppers, and chicken when you try this recipe. You'll also need some biscuits! We suggest mainly using shredded parmesan with a smaller amount of the grated version. If you already have some extra cooked and shredded chicken, this is a fantastic way to utilize it!
Everyone loves this dish because of how family-friendly it is! Kids love it since it tastes like pizza. This is a meat-lovers bubble-up with extra lean ground beef, chicken sausage, and pepperoni. It also has reduced-fat pasta sauce, seasonings, bacon, and extra cheese! These components are combined with flaky, buttery Pillsbury biscuits to create the ultimate savory dinner.
Enjoy the comforting taste of Stove Top stuffing no matter the time of year. This casserole dish utilizes the stuffing as a topping. Underneath, there's a creamy mixture of colorful vegetables and chicken with cream of chicken soup, fat-free sour cream, and 1% milk. The texture contrast from the tender vegetables, silky sauce, and golden-brown stuffing is a match made in heaven! When serving this casserole, you don't need a side dish. It is plenty filling.
Jiffy Corn Casserole is one of the more recognizable, old-fashioned casseroles. You don't have to give it up when you're on Weight Watchers, though! This variation is a lightened-up version, which is why WW members love it. The recipe contains a Jiffy corn muffin mix, creamed corn, whole-kernel corn, and shredded low-fat cheddar cheese. Instead of using dairy ingredients with tons of fat, the recipe utilizes nonfat Greek yogurt and unsweetened applesauce.
This tried-and-true breakfast casserole is a combination of peppers, onions, cheese, ham, and eggs. It isn't just a baked egg dish; it also contains Pillsbury biscuits, which completes the dish. This casserole recipe makes six servings! It is 7 points per serving on the current Weight Watchers system. Garnish it with fresh chives or freshly ground black pepper! Even a dash of hot sauce tastes amazing with it.
Did you know this delicious chicken casserole contains 21 grams of protein per serving? It's the perfect meal to replenish your body after a long day! Treat yourself to this casserole with biscuits, cream cheese, chicken, cheese, and crumbled bacon. Fusing spicy Franks hot sauce and light ranch dressing creates the ultimate creamy and spicy balance.
People of all ages can't get enough of this incredible recipe! That's because it isn't just an average chicken and rice casserole that can feel repetitive after a while. Instead, we created a recipe topped with perfectly baked golden brown Crescent roll pieces. The base of the dish contains chicken, broccoli, rice, cheese, and low-fat cream of chicken soup, so it isn't dry but perfectly succulent.
Here is a recipe that combines the elements of a traditional Sloppy Joe sandwich with an old-fashioned Tater Tot casserole. Everyone is talking about this dish because of its uniqueness! The bottom portion is the sloppy Joe mixture with cheese. Then, it's followed by a layer of tater tots, which makes bacon crunchy. You won't believe that this recipe is only eight points per serving!
Although we have many different bubble-up recipes, this chicken enchilada version has become a favorite among many people. Of course, it has biscuits as the base, but it also has shredded chicken, enchilada sauce, cheese, and more. Adding peppers, tomatoes, green onions, and avocados helps bring the entire dish together and make it memorable. This is perfect for a potluck and will steal the show!
Coming in at only 5 Weight Watchers points, the simple stuffed pepper casserole recipe can help you stay on track with your goals. You'll need lean ground beef, assorted vegetables, seasonings, brown rice, and low-fat mozzarella cheese to make it. Although the recipe suggests using red bell peppers, you can use any color! Don't forget to cover it with foil during the first part of baking.
You'll want to bookmark this recipe for later! This type of casserole will remind you of your grandmother's cooking. It has incredible flavor and such a comforting essence. It's nutritious with ground chicken, potatoes, garlic, and veggies. Using low-fat cream of chicken soup, chicken broth, and reduced-fat shredded cheese complements the vegetables and the meat! And you can make it in your slow cooker so that all of the flavors marry.
Instead of serving a plate of baked chicken and steamed broccoli, you can use the ingredients more creatively. This casserole combines the two components with additional ingredients to flavor them more deeply! For instance, it has butter, garlic, potatoes, grated parmesan, and reduced-fat shredded cheese. It even has a pinch of cayenne to give it a subtle kick!