Imagine getting back from work all tired and hungry. Getting dinner set for yourself or other people seems like a task that will take forever, right? Now imagine finding out that though you are keeping your Weight Watchers points, you can return home after work and dinner will get to the table in about 30 minutes. Is that not amazing? Here, that is what we will help you do. Let us tell you about some Weight Watchers meals made with chicken that you will be stuck to. Want to know what they are? Let's get in!
Some meals are better eaten hot, others are cool. But this spicy meal maintains its delicious standard—you can eat it hot or cold, it doesn't matter! This yummy meal that combines mango, chili, and lime flavors in a quick and easy chicken skillet meal has just 6 Weight Watchers Points and is a healthy option. This recipe from Love Chef Laura helps you make it step by step. Enjoy!
If you want a quick oven-baked meal for the weeknight dinner with friends, family, or you, this is your go-to. This low-carb meal of succulent chicken thighs baked with aromatic rosemary is flavourful and elegant at once. The Weight Watchers Points is 7 and this recipe from Entirely Elizabeth inspires you to cook in the best way. It'll light up your weeknight!
Can we have dinner without the taste of chicken? An interesting thing is that you can choose to eat it as a full meal or a snack. In this recipe from Dash of Mandi, you will learn how to create this lemon-like barbecue chicken with sweet pineapple stuffed into the crispy quesadillas. And yeah, the Weight Watchers Points is 8 so, it is perfect for you!
Have you ever had one meal where you wanted more? This food is irresistible! With a Weight Watchers Points of 9, this lightly breaded chicken is a delight. You will need some ingredients like parmesan cheese, lemon, basil, and a few others. If you would like to give it a go, this recipe from Must Love Home is a great place to start. Try it out!
After a long day, you can spend your weeknight in Thailand without leaving the comfort of your home. With a Weight Watchers Points of 5, this burst of Thai flavours with chicken and basil paired with colourful vegetables gives you a Thai experience. This recipe from The Works of Life has the ingredients and steps to help you create this experience. Want to give it a try? Why not?
Do you care for some summer-giving flavor? Then, with this grilled chicken with cilantro and lime served in soft tacos, you are in for that treat. At 6 Weight Watchers Points, it is a refreshing meal. Fresh Off The Grid has a recipe to help you cook it. Happy cooking!
Who doesn't love to hold on to chicken drumsticks and savor them while tearing them apart? With this recipe from Frugal Momeh, you can make this sticky and flavorful meal spiced with an orange ginger glaze. It has a Weight Watchers Points of 7. See? You don't have to lose your points.
If you want the earthy, tangy vibe, this is for you. Here, you will use sun-dried tomato homemade pesto. It adds a rich and savory twist to a quick chicken pasta. It has a Weight Watchers Points of 8. Aside from the pesto, you will need some other ingredients. So, to know them and how to prepare this meal, A Spicy Perspective has a recipe that will help. Try it out!
This is hot! Okay, not that kind of hot. It is like fire in the fire on a cold night. This meal is best for your cold weeknight (you can eat it anytime you like, though). This spicy-sweet chicken wrapped in lettuce is a low-carb meal that is a high-flavour option. Its Weight Watchers Point is 4. This recipe from Kelsie Brown helps you cook it. Enjoy!
Do you crave something juicy? This will satisfy that craving. If you crave something juicy but want it low-carb, these chicken breasts are stuffed with a savory mixture of mushrooms and spinach. What a healthy combination! Its Weight Watchers Point is just 7. Perfect, right? Yes! This recipe from Low Carb Spark helps you make it in just 30 minutes. Check it out!
Let's go to the Caribbean! Imagine a taste of the Caribbean with jerk-spiced chicken served over rice and beans. Amazing, right? It is also a juicy, yummy meal. The Weight Watchers Points is 8. If you want to learn how to make it, this recipe from The Kitchn will help. Enjoy.
This simple chicken recipe is great for family dinner. Baked chicken topped with melted mozzarella and a flavorful pesto drizzle. That's right! It is low in carbs and gluten-free. The Weight Watchers Points are 6. The Forked Spoon has a recipe that will guide you through cooking it step by step.
Have you never tried out salads for dinner? You are missing out. This light and crunchy salad with sesame chicken is a great place to start. It is delightful and crunchy. It has a Weight Watchers Points score of 5. This recipe from Ambitious Kitchen will guide you on how to cook it. C’mon, give it a go!
If you are trying to stay away from fast food without feeling like you are missing out, this is a great option. This bowlful of goodness with chipotle lime chicken, rice, and vibrant toppings will keep you hooked. You'll never want to eat anything else (in a good way, please). It's Weight Watchers Point is 7. This recipe from This Farm Girl Cooks helps you make it. Check it out and get cooking.
Finally, if you want something on a stick, why not try this? Skewered chicken that is marinated in a coconut curry blend giving it a tropical twist. Quite easy to make. You can check out the recipe from the Mid West Foodie Blog to help you get started. The Weight Watchers Point is 6. It's worth trying out!
We are always here to help you see how to eat a full meal without losing your points. These 15 meals are a great place to start. If you are going to try one out, we can't wait to hear from you. Also, if there is anyone you have tried before, let us know your experience. The comment section is open. We always love to listen to you!