Rationing your daily Weight Watchers Points can be a big puzzle. Making it work with the food you want to eat can be hard and frustrating. A lot of the time, you may find that you’re sacrificing all of your favorite food because it’s just not high enough in points. The last thing you want to do is have to eat veggies all day just because they don’t use up your precious Weight Watchers points But I’ve got good news for you! This list of 25 Zero Point Meals will give you absolutely delicious meals that are literally zero points. It’s a huge win - to be able to have this much flavor packed into a meal with zero points You need to give every single one of these recipes a try. There are variations of chicken salads, taco bowls, appetizer dips, breakfast items, and yes, even desserts! You can make a full course meal with zero points by using this list. Let’s get to it!
Soup is a fantastic zero point meal because you can pack it with veggies and protein and it will still be delicious. This White Chicken Chili is made with chicken, spices, corn, beans, and a good bit of salsa of course Top it with some freshly chopped cilantro for the best flavor.
Chicken salad is a staple for functions like bridal showers and parties. Even with the chicken, it’s not a very healthy dish. Chicken salad is often packed with calories and fat. This version is healthy, lean, and super easy to make. It will cost you zero points on Weight Watchers. Serve it with some lettuce wraps to keep it a zero point meal.
Dill Pickle Chicken Salad is the perfect lunch for a busy week. You can prep it ahead of time and have an easy, no-heat lunch that will keep you on your health journey. The pickles bring a tangy freshness to the chicken salad, so you don’t miss out on the fat that is often in chicken salads.
This spicy chicken chili is similar to a regular chili (so it’s not a white chicken chili). The recipe uses fat-free ground chicken in place of ground beef to keep it zero points. And you can easily adjust the spice if you’re not looking for a spicy chili. Just reduce the amount of Frank's hot sauce, and you still have a delicious meal.
Think chipotle bowls, but Weight Watchers friendly! The key to these burrito bowls is the cilantro lime cauliflower rice. It gives you all the flavor without all the carbs. Toppings such as non-fat Greek yogurt, salsa, beans, and corn bring it all together for a delicious zero point meal.
This recipe for a Southwest Eggroll in a Bowl is great for meal prep lunches or a quick weeknight dinner. This egg roll in a bowl features a creamy cilantro ranch dressing that is zero points. It tastes amazing and really adds a good dose of flavor to the whole dish.
This recipe sounds simple, but it is absolutely delicious. Zoodles (zucchini noodles) make a fantastic low-carb base. It’s topped with fresh tomatoes, garlic, lemon, crushed red pepper, and large tender shrimp. Add a bit of parm on top for a peppery, cheesy bite. Why not?! The whole dish is zero points, so a bit of cheese can definitely be fit in.
Even if you’re not on Weight Watchers, these pancakes are delicious. The banana adds a bit of sweetness and pairs perfectly with the cinnamon. In the fall, you could even do a dash of pumpkin pie spice in the batter for a festive kick. The eggs bind it all together and give you a good dose of protein. Top these with berries or a bit of sugar-free syrup. These are great for kids too!
Muffin Tin Eggs are a lot of things. They are perfect for meal prep breakfasts. They are also packed with protein. And, of course, they’re zero points! The recipe is made with just eggs, ground turkey, and spices but you can bulk it up with any veggies that you like. Fat free cheddar would also be a great addition.
Vegan or Vegetarian? Don’t worry, there are definitely zero point meals you can have. This zero point bean soup is a great example. Bean Soup is amazingly flavorful, filling, healthy, and hearty. If you’re craving a comfort type meal, this is it. It’s made in the crockpot, so there is very little work involved in the cooking.
Taco seasoning and ranch seasoning come together in this soup to make an amazing bowl of zero point comfort food. The ranch adds a bit of creaminess, and the taco seasoning adds the spice. It’s full of flavor and it’s easy to make! Fat-free ground turkey is used, but ground chicken would work as well. Or even leftover rotisserie chicken if that’s what you have.
12. Zero Point Chili
This classic chili is super simple. Just a few spices, tomatoes, and some ground chicken and the crockpot does the work for you. It’s got a great chili flavor due to the chili powder, cumin, and cayenne pepper. But it’s not packed with heat, so it’s a great family meal.
If you’re looking for a zero point meal and one that’s packed with nutrients, look no further than this cabbage soup. It’s not boiled cabbage watery soup. It is packed with a variety of veggies and thyme. Cabbage Soup cooks up easily, it freezes well, and it tastes great. It doesn’t get much better than that!
This recipe is a great way to feel good about serving up something your family loves and still stick to your Weight Watchers plan. The whole family will love this chicken fried rice. You don’t even have to tell them it’s healthy. It’ll save you money from having to go out to eat, and will kick the Chinese food cravings.
Zero Point Onion Dip is a zesty and fresh appetizer dip that you need to have at your next football party or family get-together. You can enjoy it along with your friends and family and not have to miss out on the fun or feel guilty about what you are eating. Because it’s zero points, you may even have some points room for chips!
16. Chicken Fajitas
Chicken Fajitas are an easy win for zero points meals. There are endless possibilities for this fajita chicken. You can use this delicious chicken to top a salad, or if you have the points for it, some crispy corn tortillas. There are endless possibilities for this fajita chicken. Another great option is to put it over cilantro lime cauliflower rice for a fajita bowl.
Also a great football party dip, this buffalo chicken dip is not like the others. Buffalo chicken dip is delicious, but absolutely packed with fat and calories. This Zero Point version is still just as delicious but has been lightened up. You’re going to want to make this more often than for just a party!
The ultimate, comfort food is a creamy soup. Similar to butternut squash or mushroom soup, this creamy carrot soup is full of flavor and oh so delicious. You won’t believe that it’s a zero point meal. It’s that good! The coriander and cilantro really bring out the flavors and turn this soup into a bowl full of autumn.
19. Zero Point Curry
Curry powder is used in this recipe rather than curry paste to help save points, but it’s absolutely delicious. It can be an easy weeknight dinner, or even served at a dinner party - it’s that good! No one will know it’s “healthy” and you can enjoy it along with everyone else. No need to make yourself your own meal when you can all join in on zero point curry.
Whether you’re using fresh salmon or frozen salmon, you can whip up these air fryer salmon cakes in a flash. They make a fantastic lunch on the go, an afternoon high-protein snack, or an easy weeknight dinner. And it’s just five ingredients! They take less than 10 minutes to make, so there’s really no excuse not to have a high-protein, zero point meal.
Zero Point Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken can be used for more than just sliders! A slider bun would obviously add some points, but you can use this BBQ chicken for a low-carb wrap, lettuce wrap, or a salad instead. It’s delicious and the slow cooker does the work for you. Prep a batch of this at the start of the week for an easy, high-protein option.
It’s time to get to the desserts! And yes- this creamy chocolate treat is zero points. A bit of unsweetened cocoa powder, non-fat Greek yogurt, and stevia will give you a zero point dessert that you can whip up at any time. Because it’s zero points, you could top it with a bit of light whipped cream, Lily’s chocolate chips, or PB2 powder drizzle.
Cheesecake is probably something you didn’t think you could have, but with this zero point recipe, you can! The base is made with non-fat Greek yogurt, so you still get a creamy cheesecake without points or calories. The flavor comes from sugar-free pudding mix and a bit of a sugar substitute.
This zero-point banana souffle is just two ingredients. It’s similar to the banana pancakes but baked in a different way to create a delicious souffle dessert. Technically it would work for breakfast too! You can add a bit of flavor with cinnamon, nutmeg, or vanilla extract. And you can even experiment with adding a bit of chocolate protein powder for a chocolate souffle version.
We’re on a two-ingredient banana kick because they’re just so versatile. By combining bananas and oats, you can create a delicious, high-fiber breakfast cookie. Again, you can experiment with adding other ingredients such as PB2 powder, Lily’s No Sugar Added chocolate chips, cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice, or even chocolate collagen powder.
Kick the cravings, and get your fill with these zero point meals. There’s no reason to sacrifice flavor when you’re trying to save some points. This list is your new Weight Watchers best friend.