With spring just around the corner, it’s time to revamp your dinners! Depending on where you live, you might still experience chilly mornings and evenings in the spring, which can make it challenging to decide what to eat. At times, you might want something hearty, while at other times, you may feel like indulging in bright flavors and seasonal ingredients that can add excitement to your mealtimes.

For example, ingredients like citrus, asparagus, fresh herbs, leeks, peas, and artichokes can be perfect additions to your springtime meals. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with a range of WW dinner recipes that are ideal for when the flowers are blooming and the sun is peeking through the clouds. You no longer need to worry about what to cook; simply choose from these delicious recipes and enjoy! Here, you’ll find some yummy soups, risotto, pasta dishes, and other recipes to make your dinners livelier.

1. Lemony Spinach Couscous with Creamy Burrata by Millie Peartree

Add your choice of protein on top of this delicious couscous, and you have a perfect springtime dinner. This unique recipe only takes 20 minutes, and it makes eight servings! It features reduced-sodium chicken broth, couscous, spinach, burrata cheese, and parsley. You can thank the lemon juice and zest for giving it such a bright and welcoming flavor. If you want it more lemony, sprinkle on some lemon pepper just before serving!

2. Spring Vegetable and Barley Risotto

This barley risotto is nice and hearty. It contains plenty of spring vegetables, too! From the yummy leeks to the tender asparagus and sugar snap peas, you’ll be in heaven. It also has dill, butter, parmesan cheese, and reduced-sodium chicken broth. For best results, use pearl barley! This recipe is only five points on the current Weight Watchers system, so dig in.

3. Spring Chicken Soup with Veggies and Quinoa

Enjoy the flavors of spring with a comforting chicken soup. This isn’t like chicken noodle soup – it has many unique components. The primary ingredients include sugar snap peas, quinoa, carrots, celery, and chicken breast. Use fat-free chicken broth to keep it lighter! Weight Watchers suggest serving this with either a side salad or some crackers for dipping. It would also taste amazing with some garlic bread!

4. Orecchiette with Asparagus, Peas, & Lemon

This recipe utilizes several different ingredients that are in season during spring. It combines green peas, asparagus, scallions, feta cheese, and lemon juice. The base of the meal is made with onions and orecchiette pasta. You can use another type of small pasta if you don’t have orecchiette. Feel free to add any additional veggies that you have on hand! For instance, throw in some artichokes or carrots.

5. Spring Green Pasta Toss

Here is another comforting pasta dish that is perfect for when you want something satisfying yet light. Rather than using regular pasta, it utilizes yellow lentil pasta, giving the dish a unique flavor and also providing some color. It also has asparagus, green peas, garlic, and pecorino Romano cheese. Finish it off with fresh basil or mint to give it a refreshing twist. You can even add a dash of crushed red pepper flakes for spicy undertones.

6. Spring Vegetable Soup with Orzo

This soup will surely nourish your body and impress your guests! It makes eight servings, and it’s only two points. With green peas, dill, carrots, orzo, and asparagus, it has plenty of whole ingredients. Use reduced-sodium chicken broth as the base, and don’t forget to include all of the recommended seasonings! Serve this with a side salad or a panini sandwich if you want something heartier.

7. Pasta & Spring Vegetables with Feta

We are loving these spring pasta dishes that are one of a kind! WW has tons of ideas for them. This particular dish includes fava beans, grape tomatoes, feta cheese, garlic, and asparagus. It also comprises fresh herbs like parsley and mint. To top it off, add lemon zest. The dish is made with whole wheat pasta! Although this pasta doesn’t necessarily have a sauce, it would taste amazing if you added some pesto to it.

8. Spring Vegetable & White Bean Soup

This vibrant soup is vegetarian-friendly. Rather than using chicken or beef broth, it uses low-sodium vegetable broth. The primary components are leeks, carrots, cannellini beans, asparagus, and baby spinach. The finishing touch of grated parmesan cheese provides a savory, nutty essence that complements all of the vegetables in the soup. Serve this with a warm dinner roll, and you are in for a treat!

9. Lemon Risotto with Spring Vegetables

This blend of creamy risotto and zesty lemon is absolutely irresistible. This recipe for spring risotto includes garlic, thyme, green peas, lemon juice, and arborio rice. The low-sodium chicken broth adds a nice savory flavor, and white wine is included as well. However, if you prefer not to use alcohol, Weight Watchers suggests omitting the wine and increasing the chicken broth instead.

10. Chipotle-Lime Chickpea, Avocado, and Tomato Salad

Salads that can be satisfying enough to have for dinner can be hard to find. However, this recipe is an excellent choice! It is very filling as it has many components ranging from fresh mixed greens to chickpeas, chipotle peppers, tomatoes, avocado, and onions. Sprinkle queso fresco cheese as the finishing touch and make a homemade lime dressing to accompany it. This recipe is ideal for making when you’re home alone, as it only serves one.

11. Asparagus, Sugar Snap, and Ricotta Pizza

Looking for a refreshing springtime pizza recipe? Look no further than this one from Weight Watchers! It features delicious toppings such as asparagus, sugar snap peas, ricotta cheese, parmesan cheese, and fresh parsley. The base of the pizza is made with whole wheat pizza dough, which makes it ideal for a light dinner. What’s more, it’s much lighter than the average pizza since it has less cheese and is loaded with nourishing veggies!

12. Grilled Lemon Chicken with Spring Pea Saute

Can you believe this unique recipe is only one point per serving? When you make it, you’ll enjoy flavors of Dijon mustard, chicken breast, garlic, and chives. The chicken resides on a bed of green peas and snow peas! With the peas and the fresh lemon, this recipe has vibrant flavors perfect for spring. The best part is that you can make it in as little as 20 minutes!

13. Spring Vegetable Soup with Pesto

This soup is filled with pesto and chunky vegetables such as carrots, zucchini, peas, and tomatoes. The cannellini beans in it provide both texture and protein. Additionally, the soup includes celery, leeks, and garlic, so it is packed with flavor and nutrients. It’s the perfect recipe for a chilly evening, and even picky eaters will enjoy it! Serve it with toasted baguette slices, which you can dip in the soup.

14. Chicken and Asparagus Stir-Fry with Basil

This savory stir fry recipe is lightly sweetened with the help of fresh basil. The juicy chicken, crunchy sesame seeds, spicy ginger, and tender vegetables team up to create a dinner that is worth remembering. You’ll love how this recipe is only two points per serving! If you wish, you can serve this stir fry on a bed of noodles or even some cauliflower rice if you want to keep it nice and light.

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15. Spinach Artichoke Pasta Bake

Our recipe for a Spinach Artichoke Pasta Bake can be your go-to dish during the spring! It’s nice and creamy due to the reduced-calorie mayo, shredded mozzarella, parmesan cheese, and light cream cheese. For best results, use high-fiber pasta and mix in some garlic, spinach, and artichoke hearts. You can use canned artichoke to make it easy! This recipe makes six servings, so you can eat any leftovers for lunch the next day.

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