Crafting a well-balanced WW meal plan can be challenging, especially when it comes to deciding what to eat and when to eat it. Whether you’re a newcomer to Weight Watchers or a seasoned pro, you may find yourself in a rut with your food choices. To help you break out of this culinary lull and lower the stress of meal planning, we’ve curated a Weight Watchers-friendly meal plan that is sure to invigorate your week. Each day features a delightful array of recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert, all designed to keep your total points below 20. This allows you some flexibility to incorporate additional foods if needed. 

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We understand that everyone’s preferences and daily Points budgets vary, so this meal plan is intended to serve as a guide for healthy eating, with room for customization and adaptability. All of the recipes include updated WW points to make tracking a breeze. In addition to the daily meals, we’ve compiled a list of Zero Point snacks that can be effortlessly incorporated into your day whenever hunger strikes.

Embarking on a healthy eating journey doesn’t have to be bland or boring, and this meal plan will show you just that! With this carefully crafted menu, you’ll be able to indulge in a wide range of flavors and cuisines while staying on track with your wellness goals. So, let’s dive in and explore the delicious, balanced meals that await you this week. It’ll take you right into June, and start your summer month off right. 

WW Meal Plan SUNDAY May 26

B: Pork Egg Bites (1 point each) + 1 Banana (0 points) 

L: Butternut Squash Meatloaf (4 points) 

D: Homemade Hamburger Helper (8 Points) 

Dessert: Chocolate Banana Ice Cream (3 points)

Total WW Points: 16

Notes: The homemade hamburger helper is a great meal if you’re cooking for a family. They won’t even know it’s Weight Watchers-friendly! 

WW Meal Plan MONDAY May 27

B: WW Breakfast Casserole (5 WW points) 

L: Greek Turkey Meatballs (6 points) + Side Salad & Zero Point Ranch Dressing (0 points) 

D: Weight Watchers Jerk Chicken (1 point) Served with cauliflower rice or roasted vegetables (0 points) 

Dessert: Nutella Cookies (3 points) 

Total WW Points: 15

Notes: Any extra Nutella cookies can be frozen and saved for next week. 

WW Meal Plan TUESDAY May 28

B: Weight Watchers Migas (3 points) with 1 cup mixed berries (0 points)

L: Zero Point Chicken Salad (0 points) Served in lettuce wraps

D: Cuban Instant Pot Chicken and Rice (6 points)

Dessert: Peanut Butter Cheesecake (11 points) 

Total WW Points: 20

Notes: The Zero Point chicken salad is so good, you might want to have it for lunch every day of the week. Which is totally okay considering it is zero points. 

WW Meal Plan WEDNESDAY May 29

B: Blueberry Buckwheat Porridge (1 point)

L: Arizona Burrito Bowl (0 points)

D: Chicken Pot Pie (8 points)

Dessert: Peanut Butter Donuts (4 points)

Total WW Points: 13

Notes: These peanut butter donuts are to die for. And if you’ve never had buckwheat porridge, it’s a must-try! 

WW Meal Plan THURSDAY May 30

B: Light and Fluffy Egg White Fritatta (3 points)

L: Chinese Chicken Salad (4 points)

D: Shipwreck Casserole (5 points)

Dessert: Apple Crisp Pizza (3 points)

Total WW Points: 15

Notes: Shipwreck casserole will be another family favorite. Or you can freeze the leftovers for a quick reheat meal for the following week. 

WW Meal Plan FRIDAY May 31

B: Blended Overnight Oats (5 points)

L: Zesty Corn Pasta Salad (3 points) Served with any leftover grilled chicken (0 points)

D: Delightfully Light Chicken Divan (5 points)

Dessert: Red Wine Poached Pears (2 points)

Total WW Points: 15

Notes: These red wine poached pears are amazing during a warm evening. Perfect for these spring nights. 

WW Meal Plan SATURDAY June 1

B: Apple Pancakes (1 point) 

L: A Perfect Buddha Bowl (2 points)

D: Zucchini Lasanga (5 points)

Dessert: Creamy Mango Coconut Ice Cream (0 point)

Total WW Points: 8

Notes: Apple pancakes are the perfect weekend breakfast! And they’re just one point so you can enjoy alongside your family. 

Remember to account for any additional snacks, beverages, or ZeroPoint foods you include throughout the day. Stay hydrated with water or other zero-calorie drinks. Diet sodas, unsweet tea, black coffee, and Crystal Light are great options that won’t affect your points. 

Now it’s time to get to the grocery store! Use this sectioned list to grab everything you need for the week. 

Grocery List


– Onions

– Red bell peppers

– Potatoes

– Apples

– Peas

– Broccoli

– Garlic

– Butternut squash

– Spinach

– Scallions

– Scotch bonnet peppers

– Ginger

– Carrots

– Celery

– Cilantro

– Limes

– Cherry tomatoes

– Chinese cabbage

– Tangelo (tangerine)

– Purple cabbage

– Lettuce

– Yukon Gold Potato

– Sweet potatoes

– Red cabbage

– Corn

– Mushrooms

– Zucchinis

– Pears

– Ripe bananas


– Ground pork

– Ham

– Smoked turkey sausage

– Ground turkey

– Chicken breasts

– Rotisserie chicken breast

– Lean ground beef


– Eggs

– Cheddar cheese

– Milk of choice

– Cottage cheese

– Feta cheese

– Shredded mozzarella cheese

– Shredded Swiss cheese

– Queso fresco

– Low-fat Greek yogurt

– Light cream cheese

– Fat-free Cool Whip

Canned Goods:

– Tomato paste

– Beef broth

– Chicken broth

– Condensed cream of chicken soup

– Black beans

– Corn

– White meat chicken in water

– Crushed pineapple

– Diced tomatoes

– Condensed tomato soup

– Chickpeas

– Coconut milk


– Corn tortillas

– Rolled oats

– Breadcrumbs (panko)

– White rice

– Ramen noodles

– Rotini pasta

– Pizza dough

– Graham cracker crust

– White flour


– Diced potatoes with peppers and onions

– Mixed Vegetables

– Riced cauliflower


– Olive oil

– Vegetable oil

– Salt

– Black pepper

– Garlic powder

– Baking powder

– Cinnamon

– Cardamom

– Ground ginger

– Vanilla extract

– Thyme

– Onion powder

– Paprika

– Oregano

– Red pepper flakes

– Cumin

– Clove

– Soy sauce

– Brown sugar

– Piloncillo

– Allspice

– Cornstarch

– Taco seasoning

– Ranch seasoning

– Lemon pepper (or Mrs. Dash)

– Dry mustard

– Italian seasoning

– Worcestershire sauce

– Dried parsley

– White pepper

– Unflavored gelatin

– Cocoa powder


– Stevia

– Buckwheat groats

– Tomato sauce

– Sugar-free Barbecue sauce

– Sesame oil

– Rice vinegar

– Mayonnaise

– Sour cream

– White vinegar

– Mango pulp

– Red wine

– Granulated stevia

– PB2 powder

– Peanut butter

– Lily’s no-sugar-added dark chocolate chips

– Nutella

– Mini Reese’s pieces

– Unsweetened applesauce

– Cookie butter

– Mini chocolate chips

Zero Point Snacks (Anytime of Day) 

Jello Grapes

Steamed Edamame 

Banana Souffle 

Veggies with Zero Point Ranch 

More Zero Point Snacks here

Visit the WW app or website to access the recipe builder and track your daily food intake and points. 

Tips for Easy Prep: 

1. Check your pantry before shopping to see if you have any leftover ingredients from last week.

2. If you froze any meals or desserts from last week, repurpose them this week! It saves you time and money. 

3. Dedicate a couple of hours to prepping ingredients in advance. Chop all the necessary vegetables, measure out spices, and portion out any grains or proteins. Having everything ready to go will make cooking a breeze when mealtime arrives.

4. Double up on recipes and cook in batches. Prepare enough food for multiple meals, so you can enjoy leftovers throughout the week. This saves time and ensures you always have a healthy meal on hand.

Wishing you a successful and delicious week on your wellness journey! Want to see more articles like this? Let us know in the comments! 

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Health and Wellness Writer. B.S. Dietetics. Le Cordon Bleu Graduate. 10+ years of experience in the fitness and nutrition industry!

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  1. Wow, this is awesome! An incredible gift of such a fantastic ww meal plan! I needed this! Thanks so much!

  2. Hi Kate and Meag,
    I very much enjoy receiving your recipes and meal plans which has been giving me a “think outside the box” approach to my wellness journey; good bye to my mundane go-toos and hello to something new and exciting! And, to have a grocery list (much of which I already have, to my surprise), now that is just the sweetness to top it all off!

    Please continue to send them along!

    Many thanks from someone who needs a little hand-holding with healthy meal planning!

  3. Hi Kate:

    Thanks for all the great work you do. I was wondering if there was any way that a printable
    chart could be put together so we could print it out. When I try to print out the weekly
    meal plan I end up with pages of advertising. Thank you in advance for listening.
    Keep up the great work because it is so very helpful.


    1. Thanks for reading Mary.

      Let me do a little poking around and see if I can figure out a way to do it.

      I will reply here again when I figure out a solution.

    2. I added a link to pdf version at the bottom of the page. Hopefully that will be more printer friendly. Thanks for reading.

  4. I love that you send out your weekly menu a few days before the weekend. I shop on the weekend ad i helps to have the list. I love your recipes. Thank you

  5. Thank you so much!!! You are helping me with planning and preparing more than you’ll ever know!!!

  6. OK…Is this weekly meal plan new or have I just missed it? I have been coming to your page for MONTHS, searching your breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes, individually and creating a weekly meal plan out of them. As you can imagine, it has been soo much work. I came on here today, and decided to add your pork burgers to my meal planner for next week, and then I typed in “sweet potatoes” to see if you had any good sweet potato side dishes to go with it, and this free weekly meal planner popped up as one of the options. My Mind was BLOWN, but also gitty and SUPER excited that my job just got that much easier. Thank you SOOOO much! If this is a new thing, i sure HOPE it continues.