Winter might be chilly, but your food does not have to be. It's time to bring out your fryer and make some of the most delectable dishes that only winter can stir up. But that's not all. If you are a Weight Watcher, you should know that these delicious delicacies are perfectly savored for your tongue and have some of the lowest WW points to keep your goal in check. So, if you are set to check out 20 new and refreshing recipes for this winter chills, step right into it!
What's not to like about chicken? BBQ chicken drumsticks are perfect for dinner and give the dish an exquisite taste. It's more than that. When you air fry it, they're healthier for Weight Watchers. This trending recipe from Drizzle Me Skinny gives you a never-to-forget, guilt-free experience. You need not think about the WW Points; it's 6 per serving. Like Juicy Chicken? The recipe is all yours.
Still on chicken, you will surely love these crispy air-fried chicken Tenders by Delicious Little Bites. Not only are they a guilt-free take on the classic favorite, but they are slightly healthier, with only 4 WW Points per serving. Perfect for Weight Watchers, the chicken tenders are first coated in a seasoned breadcrumb mixture and then air-fried to perfection. So, if you're seeking a delicious source of lean protein to please your taste buds, here it is!
Another interesting recipe is the classic sweet potato fries that you can have with healthy ketchup or a veggie dip. But guess what? You can learn how to air-fry the fries with BBC Good Food's recipe and drop the WW points to 3 per sebring. As a healthier alternative, you'd be shocked that it's also super delicious!
Vegetables are the real deal. We promise you, they are even recommended for Weight Watchers. Not just any vegetables, but Brussels sprouts are highly recommended at 2 WW points per serving. To give it a yummy facelift, air-fry it, then toss it with garlic, parmesan, and olive oil. It even gets better when you check out this delicious recipe from EatYourselfSkinny. If veggies are your thing, don't wait. Give the recipe a go!
If you're looking for a plant-based option, then this tofu nugget recipe from Nosweatvegan is a must-try. It is healthy for Weight Watchers because you don't even need oil. It is the perfect crunchy snack at 2 WW points per serving to satisfy your mid-day cravings. Check it out!
This recipe from Allrecipes shows you a better way to enjoy butternut squash this winter. It has low carbs, which is great for Weight Watchers. With 2 WW points per serving, it's excellent as a side dish and a snack. Follow this recipe, and in about 10 minutes, you'll be done cooking!
This is for you if you like seafood or want to try it this winter. It's a low-fat dish, great for Weight Watchers. At 3 WW points per serving, it's perfect for the main dish and side dish, and if what you want is a crispy snack, it's perfect, too. You need butter, lemon juice, garlic, and, of course, perfectly cooked shrimp. We've made cooking easy for you. Food52 gives you a step-by-step guide to this goodness!
Do you crave hot buffalo wings? Buffalo cauliflower bites are an excellent option for vegetarians. During winter, you can enjoy it by dipping it in hot sauce. Weight Watchers can munch on this at 2 WW points per serving. Need step-by-step instructions to help make this dish? We at Drizzle Me Skinny have got you covered!
Still on craving; does the thought of pork chops make you drool? Even better, this recipe from Eatingwell puts a spin on it by pairing it with apples. It's high in protein and healthy for your heart. And guess what? At WW Points 5 per serving, that's perfect for Weight Watchers. We've helped you with the significant ingredients and easy-to-follow cooking instructions. Just step into the kitchen and take control.
Who doesn't like meatballs? This thrilling turkey recipe suits Weight Watchers when you use lean meat. You're eating healthy with delicious sauce and just 3 WW points per serving. Weightwatchers has a handy step-by-step guide to help you make this with an air fryer in the comfort of your home. It's worth checking out!
Here's another simple one. Zucchini chips are great as an appetizer and snack for anyone. For Weight Watchers, 1 WW point per serving is best. This Evolving table recipe and guide show you the easy way to cook it.
Do you like shrimp? Let's give it a little tweak. Throw in some lemon and garlic, and thank us later. Healthy delicious makes it super simple to make. With 2 WW points per serving, it's healthy, crunchy stuff. Go on, be creative!
This easy-to-cook dish gives your pasta a whole new outlook. You can make any tweaks you want. Throw in veggies, add a sauce, whatever. It's 0 WW points per serving, and this recipe from Allrecipes helps you make it without a hassle.
From Skinnytaste, this recipe gives a different flavor to salmon. With an air fryer, your delicacy stays on point. At WW Points 5 per serving, you don't lose your points. Teriyaki salmon is a must-try.
"Spring rolls in winter!" Who doesn't like the sound of that? This Asian-inspired cuisine is an excellent choice at 3 WW points per serving. Veggies, crispy—great stuff for Weight Watchers since it's healthy. BBC Good Food lets you in on how to make it easily. Amazing!
Here's another goodness! This recipe from Drizzle Me Skinny is excellent if you have little time because it's fast. Healthy herbs, mushrooms, and cheddar cheese—the perfect mix for Weight Watchers. Remember your points: 2 WW points per serving!
Made with zero oil, this recipe of Italian origin from Eat Yourself Skinny was made for Weight Watchers. The air fryer melts the cheese perfectly and tempts you to lose points at 6 WW per serving. Enjoy!
If you're not a banana fan, this will make you love it. At 4 WW points per serving, this is a great dessert. You only need ripe bananas, granulated sugar, eggs, and baking powder. For a complete guide, this recipe from Forktospoon helps you out.
Everyone knows beef goes great with anything, but have you tried this Chinese-inspired Delish recipe? Combined with some broccoli, seasoning, and delicious ingredients, this 6 WWPoint meal is perfect for any event or a big dinner with your family and friends.
Finally, these air-fried apple pie pockets are a great way to enjoy snacking during winter. It's just 4 WW points per serving, but it's a healthy way to make it through the winter without sacrificing your points. Forktospoon shows you a simple way to make it.
With these 20 Weight Watchers-friendly air fryer recipes, you can be sure that winter will be exciting, delicious, and, most of all, healthy. Which recipe would you like to try out? Tell us in the comments. Happy cooking!
20 Weight Watchers Friendly Air Fryer Recipes To Make This Winter
- Air fryer
- 1 12 oz ribeye steak
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1 oz shallots, sliced
- 2 cloves garlic, minced or mashed
- 1 cup Swiss brown or button mushrooms, sliced
- 1 teaspoon salt
- ½ teaspoon pepper
- 1 teaspoon dried dill
- Coat your Ribeye in olive oil then sprinkle with salt and pepper on both sides
- Place it in the center of your air fryer basket and close it
- Cook at 400 degrees for 6-10 minutes per side, (see section on time to cook) this will also depend on how thick your steak is—mine was approximately 1 inch thick
- Place your mushrooms inside a sheet of foil, top with shallots and crushed garlic
- Place the butter on top and then season with a little salt and pepper and the dried dill
- Cook the mushrooms at 400 degrees for 5-6 minutes
- Top the steak with the mushrooms and serve!