In my years of being a lifetime WW member, I get asked a lot: What should I eat for breakfast while on Weight Watchers? Fortunately, there are endless healthy breakfast recipes to help you stay on track that taste great. Add these 5 easy Weight Watcher breakfast recipes to your weekly meal plan. Weight Watchers breakfast can consists of many delicious breakfast ideas like:
- Breakfast sandwiches
- Overnight oats
- French toast sticks
And much more.
These 5 easy Weight Watchers breakfast recipes will make your morning routine quicker and healthier (and they are delicious)!
Every one of these recipes is low on WW points–so you can enjoy them while knowing you will have plenty of points left for the rest of the day.
These breakfast recipes are filling enough to power you through the day–and so tasty you’ll want to eat them again and again.
Check out these 5 easy Weight Watcher breakfast recipes below–I promise you won’t be disappointed.
This wonderful healthy Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal comes from Sweet and Savory Steph.
It transforms your favorite sweet breakfast (or dessert) into healthy baked oatmeal. Cinnamon roll baked oatmeal is a deliciously sweet, decadent-tasting breakfast.
Baked old-fashioned oats form the base of this recipe–which is flavored with brown sugar, milk, and other spices.
If you love sticky cinnamon buns, you will enjoy this recipe, which is topped with melted sugar and cream cheese.
If this recipe has you in the mood for cinnamon buns, here’s my recipe for Two ingredient dough cinnamon rolls.
These apple cinnamon greek yogurt muffins are only 2 points on weight watchers and perfect for busy mornings. You can make them ahead of time and grab one on your way out the door.
I love to pair them with a bowl of fresh fruit. At only 2 WW points, these muffins are the perfect healthy way to start your day.
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These Healthy Banana and Strawberry Oat Pancakes are created by Served from Scratch.
This recipe is super fun and an incredibly healthy way to have pancakes with strawberries! Gluten-free thanks to the whole oats and naturally sweetened, these pancakes are kid-loved and mom-approved!
And if you love pancakes as much as I do, you’ll want to check out my Baked Blueberry Lemon Pancakes recipe.
This delicious instant pot egg bake is by Slap dash mom
If you hate dishes you’ll love this instant pot egg bake. The instant pot makes cooking eggs simple and really cuts down on the number of dishes you have to clean.
The basic recipe ranges from 0-5PP on Weight watchers but it’s also incredibly versatile. You can add extra veggies or even a zero-point meat (like cooked turkey or chicken breast) and make an even heartier low-point breakfast.
And if you don’t have an Instant Pot, no problem! Check out these Spinach and Feta Breakfast Sandwiches.
I have all the Christmas morning feels with this recipe which will be here before we know it. This cinnamon french toast bubble up is simple and delicious. It will feed the whole family if you are having a big get-together. It is sweet enough to feel like an indulgence but can definitely keep you on track. This dish can be whipped up in just a few minutes and popped in the oven. Serves 12 and ranges from 4-5PP on WW depending on your 0PP foods.
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Is oatmeal a free food on Weight Watchers?
Weight Watchers rates oats and oatmeal – depending on your food selections – as a Zero-Point food. These fiber-loaded, complex carbohydrates can be a great way to start your day.
Do you have to eat breakfast on Weight Watchers?
While there is no single answer that fits everyone, plenty of studies have shown that many dieticians recognize the importance of breakfast. More importantly, what you eat matters more. Avoid refined carbohydrates, especially sugar, and limit fat.
For breakfast on the go, look for a low-point cereal to have with almond milk – only 1 point! – for a healthy breakfast without a lot of time invested.
And on those days when you just don’t have time to fit breakfast in, opt for Low Point Weight Watchers Snacks.
Are scrambled eggs zero points on weight watchers?
Eggs are a great source of protein, are full of vitamins and minerals, and are a ZeroPoint food on Weight Watchers depending on your 0PP food selections. You can eat them boiled, scrambled, over easy, and if you’re watching your cholesterol you can easily just eat the egg whites.
I love these Egg White Breakfast Cups, and they are just as tasty without the bacon.