Get the party started with these Weight Watchers appetizers! Tasty doesn’t have to be unhealthy.
Have you ever had to decline a party just because you’re on a diet? I feel you! But just because you’re trying to watch your weight doesn’t mean you have to give up mingling!
Bring these nibbles to any get-together so that you and your friends can enjoy wholesome appetizers that actually taste awesome.
With delectable starters like baked potato skins and Italian sliders, this roundup isn’t only ideal for those who follow the program.
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Cremini caps are stuffed with buttered mushrooms and onions, bacon, and cheese and baked until the cheese melts into oozy perfection.
From the creamy mushrooms and sweet bacon to the smoky bacon and melted cheese, this 5-ingredient appetizer gives you a wonderful explosion of tastes and textures.
This appetizer is ready to party in just 30 minutes.
Are you going for elegance and sophistication at your next party? These cucumber sandwiches won’t disappoint.
This classic brunch and teatime sandwich is filled with crunchy cucumbers and a dill and lemon cream cheese spread. It’s a simple combination, but one that surely hits the spot.
There’s no need to worry about this appetizer getting cold — it’s supposed to be enjoyed that way.
If I’m being honest, the word “skinny” in a recipe turns me off. I see that word, and my mind automatically goes to something bland, dry, and just plain unappetizing.
These meatballs are the complete opposite, though. They’re surprisingly moist and juicy. Plus, the marinara sauce that covers them is absolute perfection.
I’ll bet you didn’t realize potato skins could be part of a Weight Watchers diet, huh? These baked potato skins are hearty, tasty, and yes, WW-friendly.
The skins are perfectly crispy, while the flesh is creamy and fluffy. The cheese and bacon filling is out-of-this-world amazing.
It doesn’t end there. You can take these skins even more over the top by dipping them in sour cream.
The perfect chip dip is creamy, cheesy, and bursting with umami flavor. That said, it’s highly unlikely for any dip to be healthy, but this one is.
Called ktipit, which means “whip,” or tirokafteri, meaning “spicy cheese,” this scrumptious whipped feta dip is a staple in the Eastern Mediterranean cuisine.
Once you’ve tried it, it’ll be a staple in your home, too.
Jalapeno poppers are always a chart-topper when it comes to party appetizers. This recipe even takes it to the next level by wrapping the poppers in bacon.
The mild green peppers are stuffed with gooey cheese, cloaked in bacon, and air-fried to perfection.
I love how the air fryer gives these poppers such a crunchy exterior without using any oil! It allows me to enjoy the 6th popper without guilt.
Burger patties make awesome sliders, but so do Italian meats. These sliders a great way to make your party extra fancy.
They’re filled with a trio of Italian meats – salami, prosciutto, and pepperoni. If that doesn’t make your mouth water, I don’t know what will!
The mini sandwiches also feature tomato sauce and mozzarella, creating a delectable mash-up of pizza and burger.
Transform the al dente ravioli into a crunchy party appetizer!
The idea is to toss fresh or frozen ravioli into an egg mixture and dredge them with breadcrumbs. Then, into the air fryer, they go. Easy-peasy.
This simple method gives the ravioli a crunchy crust without using any oil.
You can’t look at these cheesy sausage balls and not have at least a piece.
The balls are made of almond flour, crumbled sausage, cream cheese, and cheddar. It’s amazing how something so ridiculously savory and cheesy can also be wholesome, at the same time.
Make them even more irresistible by topping them with sugar-free barbecue sauce.
If you’re keen on losing weight, it’s smart to watch your carb intake. Sure, pizza is definitely not advisable, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the toppings!
This recipe combines all your favorite pizza toppings – marinara, bell peppers, pepperoni, olives, and cheese – into one phenomenal dip. You’re welcome.
How adorable are these mini cheeseburger bites, am I right??? Serve this with a spread of appetizers and I’m sure it’ll be the first to go.
With layers of tater round, beef patty, melted cheese, lettuce, and a cherry tomato on top, this starter is as delicious as it is stunning.
This black bean mango salsa isn’t only wholesome, but versatile, as well.
The classic way is to use it as a dip to pita bread, chips, and crudites.
Or, if your meats are looking a little too boring, smother them with this. You can even add it to burgers to create a refreshing contrast.
13. Crab Rangoon
Frozen crab rangoon is such a dependable lunch or dinner for when you’re too busy to cook. But if you have time, I highly recommend you try making it from scratch. The flavors are 10 times better.
It’s not as complicated as you think, either. Plus, wrapping the stuffing in wonton is actually quite a fun activity!
A mix of shredded chicken, red peppers, onions, and cream cheese are wrapped in tomato tortillas to create this colorful and flavorful pinwheels!
You can use freshly cooked chicken, here, but if you have leftover rotisserie chicken, that’s perfect, too! In fact, I prefer the latter because it makes this recipe a lot easier to make.
If you’re obsessed with hot dogs, these bite-sized treats will surely win your heart.
This appetizer is made of tiny smokies wrapped in bacon. How can you go wrong with that?
The bacon is sprinkled with brown sugar which turns into a sweet and sticky glaze post-baking.
A combination of shredded chicken breast, cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, hot sauce, and spices and seasonings, this dip is so good you’ll eat it with a spoon.
It’s the Weight Watchers version of a Buffalo chicken dip, but it’s just as sinful and scrumptious. It also has shockingly low points.
These summer rolls are shrimp heaven! Those shrimp encased in rice paper rolls are definitely looking plump and juicy.
Accompanying the shrimp is a medley of crunchy vegetables that give a lovely textural contrast. Together, they’re a perfect combination.
As a massive fan of salmon, I make it a point to try every smoked salmon recipe I can find on the internet. This one did not disappoint.
Sliced cucumbers are topped with a blend of Greek yogurt, capers, and dill. Glorious slices of smoked salmon then rest on top of the creamy mix.
Just when you think they couldn’t get any better, these bites are only 21 calories a pop!
Chili and cheese are a match made in heaven. It’s a very decadent combo, for sure, but surprise – it’s WW-friendly!
The key is to use healthier ingredients such as fat-free refried beans and vegetarian chili.
They’ll taste exactly like tacos, but smaller. You know what that means: the same flavor, but fewer calories and points.
Fill these mini-muffin taco shells with chicken, tomatoes, onions, bell peppers, beans, and all your favorite taco toppings. Pop them into the oven, and voila.
Here’s another Middle Eastern snack you’ll definitely fall for. A mix of pureed chickpeas, yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and paprika, hummus is a Weight Watcher’s dream dip!
It’s undeniably delicious, nutritious, and versatile, to boot. Use it as a dip, a sauce, a sandwich filling – any way you please.
It’s the classic jalapeno poppers we all know and love, but in dip form.
This dip features cream cheese, mayo, sour cream, shredded cheddar and Colby Jack, green onions, pimentos, and jalapenos. I mean! What an explosion of flavors this combination makes!
It’s such a cinch to make, too. Just throw in all the ingredients to the Crockpot and forget about it. You’ll have this phenomenal dip ready for you in 1 hour or 2.
Cauliflower florets are no fun on their own, but cook them a la buffalo wings and everyone will be begging you for the recipe.
The buffalo sauce covering the florets also makes it insanely good. But if you care to take them to the next level, have a bowl of bleu cheese dressing served on the side.
Dried cranberries and brie cheese team up to create these sensational bites. The combination of sweet, tart, creamy, and nutty makes this appetizer impossible to resist.
Spinach leaves and artichoke hearts might not seem like appetizing ingredients on their own, but when combined, they’ll turn into a mind-blowing, irresistible dip.
This dip is unbelievably creamy, cheesy, and just plain amazing.
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