These Weight Watchers casseroles will soothe your soul through the cool fall months (and winter too!) Warm up from the inside out with 15 of our favorite lightened-up casserole recipes, full of nutritious ingredients baked to perfection. Sweet or savory, for breakfast or dinner, we’ve got you covered!
Casseroles are great for cleaning out the fridge and hiding nutrient-dense veggies from unsuspecting eaters. While they can be high in calories and fat due to creamy sauces and melted cheese, we show you how to make healthy swaps so you can enjoy these flavorful one-dish meals without going over your WW points budget.
Be sure to check out our guide to 8 essential casserole skills everyone should know for tips and tricks that will elevate your dishes!
This better-for-you Million Dollar Casserole with chicken replaces the typical Ritz crackers with bacon and uses Zero Point ranch in place of cream of chicken soup. These swaps save you big on points while adding some extra depth of flavor and zing.
One of our favorite recipes for meal prep, this cheesy and creamy one-pot dinner can be portioned out for weekly lunches (it makes 6 servings) or frozen for future dinners. As written, a serving is 9 WW points. For even lower points, substitute fat-free cream cheese for light cream cheese and fat-free shredded cheese instead of reduced-fat shredded cheese.
Bell peppers are in season in the fall, and what better way to enjoy them than stuffed? Well, a casserole, obviously! This mouthwatering twist on classic stuffed peppers uses is a quick and easy way to enjoy the flavors of stuffed peppers with less work.
Sautéed vegetables, lean ground beef, spices, and brown rice make the satisfying filling for this dish, which is then topped with mozzarella cheese. At just 5 WW points per serving, this recipe is truly a win-win for flavor and health!
This hearty and flavorful taco casserole combines the superb seasonings of Mexican food with the simplicity and convenience of American cooking. Our healthier recipe maintains the authentic taco flavors while keeping you on track to meet your Weight Watchers goals.
Seasoned ground beef with taco spices like cumin, chili powder, garlic, beans, corn, and cheese are topped with a layer of crushed tortilla chips on top for that satisfying crunch. Veggies like tomatoes, onions, and bell peppers provide freshness and nutrition. Swap out regular cheese for a lighter alternative like queso fresco; it offers half the calories.
This recipe makes 6 servings coming in at just 5 WW points each.
Sloppy Joe and tater tots is the combination you didn’t know you were missing! Hearty and healthy, the recipe combines protein-rich lean ground turkey, crispy tater tots, and melty cheese. Add veggies of your choice for added nutrition, flavor, and crunch!
This recipe is seriously family-friendly and freezes well for future meals. Just 8 points per serving. Want something lighter? Skip the taters and try our original Sloppy Joe Casserole at 6 points per serving.
Meal prepping for breakfast during the week is a game-changer, and this healthy hash brown casserole is a perfect option. Sage turkey gives this dish a depth of flavor similar to using sausage. Eggs and potatoes offer protein and other nutrients while keeping you satisfied for hours to come. Toss in your favorite veggies for added flavor and nutrition.
This recipe comes in at just 5 points per delicious serving!
This saucy and flavorful spaghetti dish is a fun spin on the classic family favorite. Made with whole-grain spaghetti, juicy shredded chicken, and three kinds of cheese, it’s creamy, cheesy, and is SO easy to make—ready in less than an hour!
We use our homemade, zero-point vegetable tomato sauce to give this dish a boost of flavor and nutrition while keeping points down. This recipe makes 6 servings at 7 WW points each.
A bubble up is essentially a casserole with biscuit dough on top, which “bubbles up” thus giving the dish its name. This recipe tastes like a creamy spinach and artichoke dip but with added protein from shredded chicken and biscuits baked right into it.
For all its creaminess and rich flavor, you’ll be surprised that it’s only costing you 6 WW points! Add as much spinach and artichokes as you desire, as these are zero-point foods. Hooray!
This sweet and indulgent breakfast (or dessert) casserole is sure to become a family holiday favorite. The recipe comes together in just minutes and serves 12! Invite your family over, or just have some extra servings for yourself. Don’t worry, it’s only 4 WW points per serving!
This recipe is best enjoyed the day it is baked, though it can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 days or frozen and reheated later on.
This turkey dinner casserole is the perfect way to use up Thanksgiving leftovers! Homemade stuffing, potatoes, carrots, turkey, and gravy are combined with prebaked biscuits and cooked to perfection for a delicious and nutritious meal ready in an hour.
As written, the recipe serves 6 and comes in at just 6 WW points per serving.
Pillsbury Breakfast Casserole
This breakfast casserole is an easy, healthy, and delicious way to start your day! Pillsbury Breakfast Casserole is full of healthy protein and nutrient-dense veggies, topped with creamy cheese that will have you asking for more.
Use any leftover veggies and meat you have on hand. The recipe is written for ham, peppers, and onion and makes 6 servings at 8 WW points each.
This buffalo chicken casserole—packed with protein, essential nutrients, and the irresistible tang of buffalo sauce—is a perfect game-day potluck dish. Everyone will rave about it, and you’ll stay on track with your points!
Made with lean chicken, low-fat dairy, and a blend of tangy and creamy flavors, this casserole is a quick and satisfying one-pot meal. The recipe makes 6 servings at 9 points each.
Classic chicken and vegetable casserole is taken to the next level with the addition of savory Stove Top stuffing in this easy and convenient dish. We use broccoli, carrots, and green beans here, but sub any veggies you love and have on hand.
This satisfying casserole is very versatile. Try different sauces, seasonings, and even types of grains such as quinoa or brown rice if you have extra points to use. As written, this yummy dinner is just 4 points per serving.
This cheesy and creamy corn casserole is simple in ingredients but big in taste and texture. Cream cheese and butter form the base of the sauce and crushed Ritz crackers top the finished dish for a satisfying crunch.
Of course, corn is the star of the show here. Add extra veggies like onion, peas, potatoes, or riced cauliflower for added nutrition. As written, the recipe is 5 points per serving.
This healthy yet mouthwatering twist on the classic Monte Cristo sandwich brings together layers of rich ingredients, subtle sweetness, and a touch of nostalgia, all baked to perfection in a single glorious dish.
Perfect for breakfast or brunch, this tasty casserole brings together deli ham, Swiss cheese, eggs, and mayonnaise. It’s topped with fluffy low-fat Pillsbury croissants. While a traditional Monte Cristo sandwich could run you nearly 2,00 calories, this lightened-up version is only 292 calories and 7 WW points per serving.
This crescent roll-topped casserole is a nourishing twist on classic chicken and rice. It really is comfort food at its best—plus, you can have it ready in just 40 minutes, with 10 minutes of easy prep.
Add any veggies you love! We used frozen broccoli here for ease. Carrots, peas, celery, or cabbage would also be lovely. As written, this recipe comes in at 9 points per delectable serving. Use fat-free cheese and omit the parmesan to lower the points.