If you’re looking for delicious Weight Watchers-friendly recipes, then YouTube is the place to be! Numerous dinner recipes are available, with detailed video instructions that you can follow. Fortunately, if you don’t know where to start, we have some amazing recipes here.

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All of these options have been shared on YouTube and were loved by Weight Watchers members. We gathered a wide selection of dinners that have gained positive feedback and thousands of views! Meanwhile, we also included newer recipes that are just starting to trend.

Depending on the dish, you can cook them on the stovetop, in the air fryer, or in the Crockpot. Make delicious casseroles, sliders, tacos, and more! The links are provided so you can go right to the video, read the ingredient amounts in the description, and give it a try. Don’t miss out on these mouth-watering dishes!

1. Taco Bake Casserole

This delicious Taco Bake Casserole by AliciaLynn is an excellent Weight Watchers-friendly dinner. In the video, she shows the steps of how to make it. This lovely dinner recipe features corn tortillas, fat-free refried beans, lean ground turkey, and assorted vegetables. It also has black beans, so it is filling and protein-rich. In total, this casserole bakes for about 25 minutes!

2. 7 Point Weight Watchers Dinner Idea: Pork Carnitas Tacos

Ams in Progress on YouTube showed how to make savory Pork Carnitas Tacos that are only 7 points per serving. The tacos feature fat-free ground pork, seasonings, poblano peppers, and red onions. Add light sour cream and reduced-fat Monterey Jack cheese as a tasty garnish! Of course, you can adjust it by adding additional garnishes if you wish. This is a quick recipe to whip up, making it perfect for a weeknight dinner.

3. Lightened Up Cheeseburger Sliders

You are mistaken if you believe you can’t enjoy juicy sliders on Weight Watchers! Let alone sliders with Velveeta cheese. However, this recipe will prove you wrong. Per serving, this dinner is only six points on the current system. These sliders are made with Hawaiian rolls as the base. Then, they are filled with cheese, ground beef, onions, tomatoes, and a delicious homemade sauce. The best part is that they turn perfectly golden brown when you bake them!

4. No Peek Chicken

This scrumptious dinner recipe features chicken, long grain rice with seasonings, onion soup mix, and cream of mushroom soup! This baked chicken dinner takes a while to cook, so it’s best to make this when you have some extra time. You must wait two hours for everything to become the right consistency and for the flavors to marry! The recipe creator says it reminds her of a hearty Thanksgiving dinner once it’s done!

5. Skinny Creamy Southern Chicken Spaghetti Bake with Rotel

You will love this eight-point spaghetti bake recipe from YouTube! The primary components are boneless skinless chicken, chicken broth, and whole wheat spaghetti. However, it also has vegetables, light cream cheese, and plain fat-free Greek yogurt, which makes it creamy. Throw some cheese on top and bake it until it’s nice and bubbly. Your entire family will love this.

6. Easy Meatless Baked Ziti Recipe with Ricotta and Mozzarella

This recipe is not only Weight Watchers friendly but also a plant-based meal. The creator, Sue-Sea-Q-Pi, says it is perfect for make-ahead meals. It refrigerates and freezes well! The most appealing thing about this recipe is that it has a great flavor and only requires a handful of ingredients. You will need pasta, part-skim ricotta cheese, red pepper flakes, grated parmesan, and marinara sauce to make it. For garnish, use mozzarella and chopped basil!

7. Skinny Crockpot Beef Stroganoff

Weight Watchers members love this recipe from YouTube. With the help of this video, you can make a lightened-up version of Beef Stroganoff in your Crockpot! The savory dish features a creamy base, mushrooms, trimmed top round steak, and whole-grain rotini pasta. It has an incredibly umami-rich flavor due to the beef broth, red wine, and garlic. This is a great set-it-and-forget-it recipe. Not to mention, it makes ten hefty servings.

8. Sheet Pan Chicken Parmesan Weight Watchers Dinner Meal Prep

Looking for a meal prep-friendly dinner? This sheet pan recipe is the way to go! It has certainly gained some attention on YouTube for good reason. With ingredients such as boneless skinless chicken, broccoli, marinara sauce, and cheese, it has such a comforting essence to it. The broccoli comes out slightly charred on the ends, giving the meal a deeper flavor. You’ll also enjoy seasonings such as parsley, Italian-style panko, and granulated garlic, which enhance the chicken.

9. Stuffed Pork Chops in the Air Fryer – 6 WW Points

Did you know you could make perfectly cooked pork chops in the air fryer? With this recipe, you can do so in just about 25 minutes! This dinner is 6 WW points per serving. It’s super easy to make since you just need pork chops, bacon, onion, jalapenos, and pears. You’ll also need some seasonings and broth!  The air fryer ensures the pork chops get a nice golden crispy coating while remaining juicy.

10. Copycat Panera Broccoli Cheese Soup Lightened Up

Everyone enjoys a nice copycat recipe every now and then, which is why this video has so much attention on YouTube! With this recipe, you can recreate Panera’s famous Broccoli Cheese Soup while making it Weight Watchers-friendly. The primary components include broccoli, carrots, broth, half-and-half, Greek yogurt, and cheese. The dairy ingredients guarantee this soup is plenty creamy, and the seasonings perfectly complement the vegetables.

11. Eating Well Creamy Tomato Salmon Skillet

This YouTube creator, Planning Us Healthy, used Eating Well’s salmon recipe and slightly adjusted it to make it more suitable for those who follow WW. For instance, using only one tablespoon of oil instead of two makes a big difference! The dinner has zucchini, onions, salmon fillets, diced tomatoes, and cream cheese. It also has seasonings to amplify the natural flavors of the fish and veggies.

12. Weight Watchers Budget Meal

Barrett Pastor posted this recipe that is budget-friendly and also suitable for those on Weight Watchers! It is only $1.00 per serving and only four Weight Watchers points. The homemade taquitos can be made with chicken filling, cheese, sauce, and corn tortillas. The video shows the step-by-step process and how you can finish off the taquitos and the air fryer to get them nice and crispy! These homemade taquitos will beat frozen taquitos any day.

13. Skinny Crockpot Orange Chicken

This family-friendly dinner recipe is only 2 points per serving! It helps you to create zesty Crockpot Orange Chicken. You can serve it with veggies, such as broccoli, or a stir-fry mix. Also, it’s delicious with white, brown, or even cauliflower rice. Make some extra sauce to pour over the side dishes, too! This dinner recipe makes five servings; you can cook it on low in your Crockpot for about three hours.

14. Naan Bread Pizza in the Air Fryer

Next time you crave comfort food, you can use this Weight Watchers-friendly recipe to make pizza in the air fryer! In the video, the creator uses naan bread as the base. Moreover, it has marinara sauce, Canadian bacon, parmesan, and mozzarella. Of course, you can adjust the toppings to include what you want, which also changes the points amount. However, you can put it into the WW app to figure out the exact points for your version!

15. Copycat Olive Garden Chicken Scampi

If you love Olive Garden, you’ll love this copycat recipe that shows you how to bring the famous Chicken Scampi to life. Enjoy your favorite restaurant dish without having to step foot outside of your home! Impress your loved ones with delicious spaghetti, peppers, and perfectly browned chicken. It also has a homemade sauce with chicken broth, white wine, half-and-half, and parmesan cheese!

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