With these Weight Watchers breakfast recipes, you can finally stop worrying about what to eat in the morning.
I know how hard it can be on any diet to find something that’s light and healthy yet filling enough to keep you going until lunch.
But thanks to this list of healthy breakfast ideas, you can start your day off right.
And, no, it’s not just a list of fruit salads!
So, quit wasting precious points on sugary cereals and try these Weight Watchers breakfast recipes instead.
I promise they’ll leave you more than satisfied.
Weight Watchers Breakfasts You’ll Love
Zero-point pancakes? The rumors are true!
Consisting of eggs, bananas, and cinnamon, these zero-point Weight Watchers pancakes are what dreams are made of.
There is no need to add sugary syrup on top because these babies are already super sweet from the bananas.
If you’re a fan of the Starbucks staple breakfast, then read on!
These Weight Watchers egg bites might be small, but they’re packed with protein and fantastic flavor.
Each bite contains the added savory punch of sun-dried tomato and basil to create a mouthwatering dish for busy mornings.
Avoid diet purgatory with these scrumptious Italian Eggs. If you’ve never tried this recipe before, then consider this your sign from above.
Traditionally this dish poaches the egg in a spicy tomato sauce, but this version rests a fried egg on top.
I personally love the added texture, but if you prefer poached eggs, go ahead! Either way, it’s a nutrient-rich breaky that’s packed with protein and flavor.
Eggs Benny is my go-to at brunch, but the dish is loaded with fat and calories.
Luckily, you can have all the flavor of traditional Eggs Benedict, but without the heaviness with this lightened-up dish.
Greek yogurt makes sure you get a savory, filling breakfast without the guilt.
Are you craving a low-calorie sweet treat in the AM? Look no further!
This low-fat chocolate mug cake only has 138 calories without chocolate chips – or 219 with them, your choice!
It’s the perfect pairing with a cup of piping hot coffee for a delectable breakfast. That said, it also makes one helluva Weight Watchers dessert.
Biscuits are so good for breakfast, especially if they’re fresh out of the oven. But they’re also full of fat, which isn’t ideal when you’re counting points.
So, if you want to put together a showstopping brunch without the unnecessary calories, give these Biscuits a spin.
The dough only needs flour and Greek yogurt with some cheese and seasoning sprinkled on top. How easy is that?
Get ready for the best French toast ever.
What makes it so good? Well, it tastes just like you’d expect, only it’s way skinnier!
This French toast is light, fluffy, and wonderfully cinnamony. It’s ideal alongside a bowl of fruit and a cup of coffee.
Drizzle some light maple syrup on top, and you’ve got yourself a yummy treat first thing in the morning.
If you thought soufflés were difficult to make, just wait until you try this tasty banana treat.
It’s another fantastic recipe that would make for a pleasant WW dessert. But if you’re anything like me, you often crave something sweet to start your day.
And when all you need are two eggs and two bananas, it’s easier than ever to indulge for breakfast.
These chocolate and strawberry pancake poppers are like mini cupcakes, only they’re frosting-free and ideal for breakfast.
They make the perfect grab-and-go meal for busy mornings and do double duty as a guilt-free snack.
They’re soft, fluffy, and doughy, with morsels of chocolate sweetness in every bite.
No need to cave and rush to your local Cinnabon when that craving hits. Instead, just make these insanely indulgent Weight Watchers cinnamon rolls at home.
Again, you’ll use Greek yogurt to help keep these low in points. But they’re still delightfully buttery and decadent.
All you’re missing is a skinny latte, and you’ve got yourself a real treat!
If you need a morning meal that’s filling and delicious with just a few points, then this is the recipe for you!
I love Weight Watchers casseroles – especially when they’re loaded with eggs, cheese, and bacon – well, turkey bacon.
It’s one of my favorite Weight Watchers recipes, and I’ve even served it for dinner. Just add ground turkey instead of bacon and lots of yummy veggies.
This delicious breakfast recipe will leave you feeling light and airy.
Each one of these healthy pancakes is jam-packed with protein, thanks to the magical addition of…you guessed it, Greek yogurt.
I like to make these when I’m craving carbs. And with just 1 point each, you can even jazz them up with extra fruit and chocolate chips.
Sugar-free caramel cinnamon rolls? Sign me up!
These sweet rolls are not-so-sinful and oh-so-good. The dough consists of flour and Greek yogurt, and the sugary sweet topping is heavenly thanks to the Erythritol.
Next time you want a decadent breakfast, turn to this recipe to get your fix.
Each bite of these breakfast quiche muffins is succulent and savory. Plus they’re ideal for a busy morning on the go.
The addition of tomato and spinach packs some nutrients into these tasty little muffins. And they’re even great for a make-ahead meal!
Whip up a big batch and freeze them once they’re cold.
Then, either pull a couple out to thaw the night before or microwave in 20-second intervals straight from the freezer.
Baked oatmeal is having a real moment these days, and there are plenty of fun and scrumptious recipes to try.
Not only is it warm and comforting, but it’s super filling and healthy to boot.
Each tasty bite from this recipe gives you juicy sweetness from blueberries, combined with protein and fiber to keep you full and satisfied.
Peanut butter is such a comfort food for me; every time I eat it with breakfast, I know it will be a great day ahead.
This recipe allows you to get your peanut butter fix while still adhering to a diet.
While protein bites aren’t exactly like a healthy breakfast cookie, they’re just as chewy and moreish.
Enhanced with honey for light sweetness, these make for a great snack any time of the day.
Of all the yummy Weight Watchers Crock Pot recipes I’ve tried, this has to be the best.
These pumpkin oatmeal breakfast bars are gluten-free, vegan, and have only 4 SmartPoints!
They bring the spicey-sweet flavors of fall to your morning and make an excellent substitute for a pastry to dip into your morning cappuccino.
Try these Weight Watchers apple banana pancakes if you want a hit of fruit to start your day.
The banana used provides the sweetness, while the applesauce ensures each bite is moist and fluffy.
Each serving is only 4 points, so go ahead, take two!
Each serving of these peanut butter & banana overnight oats only costs you 1 point! (If you’re following the Weight Watchers Purple Plan, that is).
Using PB2 in lieu of peanut butter allows you to get that creamy nutty flavor without the calories or fat.
It’s super easy to whip up a batch of these overnight oats at night, meaning all you need to do in the morning is grab a spoon.
This breakfast burrito bowl recipe might sound heavy, but it only contains 227 calories per serving! That’s a win in my book.
This healthy sweet potato recipe creates the perfect savory bed for the fried egg to rest upon. Combined with the creaminess of the avocado, this is one mouthwatering meal.
It’s true! You can still enjoy a breakfast sandwich while adhering to Weight Watchers.
This recipe ranges between 5-7 points depending on which plan you’re following, but each point spent is oh-so-worth it.
Savory bacon, egg, and cheese are smooshed between two fluffy biscuits. Each bite is like tasting a piece of heaven.
Chia pudding is so easy to make, and this recipe is no exception.
Loaded with antioxidants, protein, and more goodness than you’d believe, it’s also brimming with fresh berry flavors.
It’s creamy, chewy, and altogether a great way to start the day.
23. Protein Granola
Granola is a tricky one when it comes to diets. The calorie and fat content can often get quite high, and the kind you get in the store is often jam-packed with sugar.
That’s why this recipe is such a godsend; it uses applesauce and vegan butter to create the crisp sweetness of granola without the influx of calories.
Banana bread is a comfort food I’ll never get sick of. It’s wonderful as a snack, light dessert, or even a hearty breakfast any time of the year.
This recipe allows you to indulge in sweet bread without worrying too much about points.
Canned pumpkin is the real savior in this recipe, adding flavor, moistness, and nutrients to this delicious bread.
Who knew you could create delicious authentic bagels with only yogurt and flour?
These bagels are a miracle come true, letting you nourish your carb craving without steering off the course of your diet.
Top with some margarine for the perfect breakfast treat.
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