Looking for hearty yet healthy ground beef casseroles? These WW Fall Ground Beef Casseroles will keep your family full, healthy, and perfectly satisfied.
Casseroles aren’t known for being health conscious, but this list shows you how delicious they can be, all while keeping in line with your waistline goals. They are not only incredibly satisfying but also mindful of your well-being. Imagine tender, succulent ground beef mingling with a variety of autumn vegetables, all baked to perfection, creating a blend of flavors that amaze taste buds. These fall ground beef casseroles are not just a treat for your senses; they are a celebration of seasonal produce and wholesome ingredients, proving that indulgence can indeed be nutritious.
This casserole is cooked all in one pot, so it’s super easy to whip up on a busy weeknight. It highlights bell peppers, which are perfect in the fall when paired with ground beef and rice. They add a bit of warmth without adding heat or too much spice. You’ll love how easy this take on stuffed peppers is!
Beef stroganoff is an amazing autumn dish that offers the ultimate comfort feeling. While it is often served over egg noodles or mashed potatoes, this lightened-up version meshes perfectly with biscuits that bubble up when baked. One serving of this casserole is just seven Weight Watchers points so you may be able to enjoy several servings.
Cream cheese and spaghetti aren’t normally two foods you’d think you can have on Weight Watchers, but this casserole shows you how to enjoy them and marry them with ground beef. Outside of those three things, you just need four more ingredients, and you have a delicious, warm fall casserole that will feed the whole family.
While meatloaf isn’t technically a casserole, it is baked in a loaf pan, so it can count in this instance. Plus, with the addition of sweet potato, it makes the perfect WW fall ground beef casserole. Each serving is worth 6 points, which leaves you satisfied and hopefully with a few points left over for dessert.
Again, hamburger helper isn’t technically a casserole, but this particular recipe is perfect for a WW fall ground beef dinner. It’s all cooked in one skillet, so it’s just as easy as making a casserole. It’s much healthier than the boxed version, all while still being delicious! Even the pickiest kid will eat this right up.
Enchiladas are amazing in the fall because they give so much flavor and warmth all in one dish, without being too spicy. This recipe has just four ingredients! It doesn’t get easier than that. And even with the ground beef, it’s still healthy and light on the calories. One enchilada will only cost you five Weight Watchers points.
Sloppy Joe Casserole is the way to go when searching for a WW fall ground beef casserole. The casserole version is better anyway because we know sloppy joes are going to be messy - why not just ensure you and the family have to eat it with a spoon?
You definitely need a chili and cornbread night in the fall. It’s a must! Make this version to stay in line with your health goals. It features plenty of veggies, lean ground beef, and reduced-fat cheese so that one serving is just 7-9 points, depending on your Weight Watchers program.
Stuffed cabbage rolls are a fall classic because of the warm beef and rice mixture. The casserole version is much easier to make though - no need to individually roll all those cabbage leaves. It’s got layers of a lean beef tomato mixture, hearty brown rice, and warm fall spices and herbs.
Have you ever wanted a large portion of shepherd's pie for just 4-6 Weight Watcher’s Points? Well, now you can have it! And, it even uses real potatoes, and not cauliflower like you would think. It’s as close to the traditional dish as it can get, while still being lightened up enough to be low in points. It’ll be a new fall menu go-to.
Beef and Rice Taco casserole is a simple twist for taco night. Rather than make individual tacos (which can be very messy when serving kids!), this casserole keeps everything in one place, and can easily be distributed into bowls. An easy-to-cook, easy-to-clean dinner is a great go-to on a chilly autumn evening when you want to stay home.
Cheesy Italian Rice Skillet is perfect for fall because you can use any veggies you have on hand. The recipe calls for zucchini and bell peppers, but in the fall, consider using brussels sprouts, butternut squash, acorn squash, or even sweet potatoes. It’ll keep the dinner hearty, fall-themed, and absolutely delicious.
13. Taco Lasagna
Two classic weeknight dishes come together in this casserole to become a comforting, flavorful fall dish. It will only cost you six Weight Watchers points, all while being family-friendly. Your family will love the taco twist on the traditional lasagna. And who knows, it may become a Taco Tuesday special.
This tasty and comforting Cottage Pie is just 5 SmartPoints per portion on Weight Watchers Blue and Green plans. If you are looking for fall comfort food, you can't go wrong with Cottage Pie! It's made with minced beef, onions, carrots, celery, and a tomatoey gravy. It only takes about an hour to cook from start to finish, so you can make it any night of the week.
While gnocchi can be eaten throughout the year, it’s especially delicious in the fall. There’s just something about a bowl of gnocchi that’s comforting and warm. Even with real gnocchi and a delicious ragu sauce, each serving is only about 7 points depending on your program. Calories are saved by using half the oil normally used in a dish like this.
Get ready to savor the warmth, richness, and nourishment these WW fall ground beef casseroles bring, making your autumn evenings both delicious and wholesome.