This week’s free meal plan is made up of MPM Weight Watchers friendly recipes that are all six WW smart points or less. From BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad (my personal fave) to Creamy Chicken and Stuffing casserole, (my husband’s fave) I think you will love the recipes this week. As always, you can click to each recipe from the meal plan PDF at the bottom of this post or by clicking on the links below. If you are looking for a full meal plan in an ebook format you have that option now as well. Go here to purchase this meal plan in an ebook format that includes everything you need for the week with one click! To get an idea of what you get in an ebook you can check out our “Healthy & Happy Fan Favorites” ebook here.
We are balancing out your week by combining hearty meals with light, but satisfying, ones. The recipes that make more than four servings (the Creamy Chicken and Stuffing Casserole and Turkey Lo Mein) reheat well as leftovers.
Here is what is on this week’s meal plan…
Mini Chicken Parmesan Bites
Makes 4 servings
4 WW FreeStyle SP per serving
The steps for these Mini Chicken Parmesan Bites are as easy as 1-2-3.
- Coat the chicken in egg white and a Parmesan breadcrumb mixture.
- Cook the chicken in a sauté pan with a little cooking spray.
- Top with sauce, cheese, and a little Italian seasoning. (Italian seasoning is optional)
By cutting the pieces small and cooking them on the stove-top, you can have this dinner on the table in 20 minutes or less.
Grilled Cheese with Maple Bacon
Makes 4 sandwiches
One sandwich is 5 WW FreeStyle SP
This is a sweet little spin-off from my mom’s old “cheese boats”. By using Healthy Life light bread, Fat-free American cheese, thin and crispy turkey bacon, and Smart Balance Light butter spread, these delicious sandwiches are 5 Weight Watcher smart points each. I thought it would be fun to add some syrup to the turkey bacon, but it is not an essential ingredient to making these grilled cheese sandwiches. If you leave off the maple syrup it will just be 4 Weight Watcher smart points per sandwich!
Autumn Apple and Onion Pork Chops
Makes 4 servings
One serving is 6 WW FreeStyle SP
If you just picked some apples at your apple orchard, and are looking for a dinner to try them out on we have got you covered with this Autumn Apple and Onion Pork Chops recipe right here. The sweetness of the apples and onions, cooked in a bit of syrup, pairs perfect with these lightly seasoned pork chops.
BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad
Makes 4 servings
One serving is 3 WW FreeStyle SP
One of my favorite things to eat back in my high school days when I worked at Chuck E. Cheese was their BBQ chicken pizzas. I would did it in ranch, because I am weird like that, and it was delicious! This salad takes me back to my happy place when I was in high school. It is going in my top ten list of salads now. The best part… It’s packed with good stuff for you, so you can enjoy the taste of the salad now and appreciate the way it makes you feel later. How perfect is that? The pizzas were great, but this salad is better.
Turkey Lo Mein
Makes 8 servings
One serving is 2 WW FreeStyle SP
Here is a little pasta trick you might not have thought of before… When you are making a recipe that uses spaghetti noodles and vegetables, like this one, you can use less of the pasta and swap it out with bean sprouts from a can. Canned bean sprouts are just 15 calories per serving and zero smart points for an entire can! Bean sprouts are good for you and they do a fantastic job of bulking up this meal. I was shocked when my family did not ask the question I thought for sure they would ask, “What are these?”. Honestly, the beans sprouts are masked with the spaghetti and you barely even notice them. It’s like a little magic trick.
Sweet Blackened Salmon and Veggies
Makes 4 servings
One serving is 1 WW FreeStyle SP
The sweetness of the salmon is accomplished with brown sugar, allspice and few other seasonings. The nice thing is that most of the seasonings (if not all) you probably already have in your cupboard, making this is a frugal and sensible meal.
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Have a great week!