Check out these incredible Weight Watchers casseroles for a healthy lifestyle!
These simple meals make it easy to keep your diet in check while pleasing the whole family.
In fact, these particular casseroles are specifically designed to support your wellness goals. It’s hard to believe given how scrumptious they are!
They’re full of wholesome ingredients, clever substitutions, and portion control. These dishes transform classic casseroles into guilt-free delights.
Now, onto the Weight Watchers casseroles!
Want to indulge in a meaty, cheesy pepperoni pizza for only 3 WW points? This pepperoni pizza casserole can make it happen.
The secret is turkey pepperoni and lean ground turkey. Portion control is key, too. Fortunately, it doesn’t take much to feel full from this casserole.
It’s full of cheese, meat, veggies, and tomato sauce. It’s everything you love about pizza in a much healthier package.
This cheesy chicken casserole comes together in 35 minutes. And it uses fewer than 10 ingredients. It’s warm, comforting, and packed with protein.
It’s a little higher in points than some options on the list. But it’s something comforting that feels like home.
Weight Watchers Mexican casserole is overloaded with beef, veggies, and flavor. It has a little heat, a ton of seasonings, and the perfect amount of Mexican cheese.
It tastes fantastic and is ideal for parties, potlucks, and other gatherings.
Here’s another delectable Mexican-inspired casserole. It’s only 3 to 5 points (depending on your plan) and is delicious.
It’s full of chicken, onions, peppers, beans, and more. Plus, it’s a good source of protein and relatively low in carbs.
It’s rich, filling, and exceptionally cheesy. Non-dieting guests will love it, too.
Here’s yet another Mexican casserole that’s super easy and tasty.
It has a ton of flavor without adding too many fatty ingredients. And it comes together quickly and without trouble.
This dish tastes like rich, saucy enchiladas. Everyone will want to come back for more.
I don’t know how this recipe got its name. It doesn’t contain ranch seasoning if that’s what you’re thinking.
Instead, it’s a delightful mishmash of Tex-Mex ingredients. It has cheese, chili powder, garlic, chicken, peppers, and more. It’s robust and is only 4 or 5 WW points per serving.
I’ve always been a big fan of casseroles. They’re so convenient and require minimal hands-on effort.
Instant Pot casseroles are even easier to make. You can pull this together in about 20 minutes, and it’ll only need 10 more in the Instant Pot.
It has many bold, flavorful ingredients but is low in fat and calories. It’s super high in protein, meaning it’ll keep you fuller for longer. That’s my kind of dieting.
Are you craving an authentic, old-school Sloppy Joe? Why not go all out and enjoy this Sloppy Joe casserole instead?
It has everything you love about the classic dish, with a warm biscuit topping instead of a bun. Plus, adding corn and cheese means there’s even more to love.
Have you ever had chicken marsala from Olive Garden? That’s what this creamy chicken casserole reminds me of.
The chicken is tender and juicy, and the sauce is thick, rich, and flavorful. The mushrooms add a hint of warm earthiness, and the garlic ties everything together.
It takes some time to whip up. But you’ll realize it was worth it after a single bite.
It has the bold, sweet-n-spicy flavor that makes us love Asian food so much. And at only 7 WW points per serving, it’s tough to turn down.
Try the chipotle chicken casserole if you’re in the mood for something with Cajun flair. This nine-ingredient casserole is perfect for those who love warm, smoky flavors.
It takes just under an hour to make and is zero points on some WW plans. You can eat as much as you want without feeling guilty!
I’ve loved chicken and broccoli casserole since I was a kid. The gooey cheese, fluffy rice, and tender chicken is a kid’s dream come true.
This recipe also includes zucchini, garlic, and other yummy stuff.
Do you prefer your broccoli casserole without the chicken? Try this broccoli cauliflower casserole instead. It’s still cheesy and flavorful but leaves out the rice and chicken.
Of course, it adds a whole head of cauliflower in their place. It more than makes up for anything the casserole might lack.
Cheesy, meaty, decadent baked ziti isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but this recipe is!
It’s just as indulgent as any baked ziti you’ve ever had. As long as you keep your portions in check, it has less than 200 calories per serving. And it’s only 7 to 9 WW points.
Pasta, chicken sausage, marinara sauce, and cheese. Those four ingredients make for a guaranteed hit.
But the yumminess doesn’t stop there. There are also onions, peppers, mushrooms, and a cheesy breadcrumb topping. Try and resist heading back for seconds.
Because one heavenly ziti recipe wasn’t enough, here’s another one! This dish features ground turkey instead of beef, but it tastes just as amazing.
Like its beef-filled counterpart, it’s only 7 WW points per serving.
This spicy, Mexican-infused casserole is easy to love. It features a rich, cheesy cornbread top. It also has a filling of turkey, corn, peppers, and tomato sauce.
I wouldn’t say it tastes exactly like real tamales, but it’s pretty darned close.
This wholesome and satisfying casserole will have you coming back for seconds. It takes the classic comfort of spaghetti and transforms it into something healthier.
Instead of traditional pasta, spaghetti squash takes the spotlight. This results in a low-calorie, nutrient-rich alternative.
Lean ground turkey adds protein and taste. Garlic, basil, and oregano provide classic Italian flavors.
In case you missed the memo, casseroles aren’t just for dinner anymore. This cheesy, savory breakfast casserole will help you start your morning off right.
This phenomenal tuna noodle casserole tastes just like the one your mom used to make. The only difference is it’s much lighter. Swap out full-fat milk for skim and use the Healthy Request variety of mushroom soup.
Those two simple substitutions knock this down to about 300 calories per serving. If you’re a fan of tuna, this one will become a new favorite.
There’s nothing more indulgent than lasagna. And this Weight Watchers version makes the beloved dish guilt-free!
With 6-10 points per serving, it’s a great meal to make for a special occasion. Plus, the entire family will devour it.
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love Stove Top stuffing. But did you know you can easily turn it into a complete casserole meal?
All you need is the stuffing, some chicken, mixed veggies, milk, sour cream, and cream of chicken soup. These six ingredients create a delicious, filling casserole everyone will enjoy.
It takes about 50 minutes, and each serving is only 4 to 6 WW points, depending on your plan. The hardest part will be not going back for seconds, thirds, and more.
Beans and rice are staples in any Mexican restaurant. Save yourself some money by turning them into a casserole at home.
This recipe is cheesy, hearty, savory, and insanely good. Pair it with a grilled chicken breast covered in low-fat cheese for a full meal.
Want a breakfast casserole that’s Weight Watchers and vegetarian-friendly? This seven-ingredient hash brown casserole is just the thing.
It takes 5 minutes of prep work and another hour to cook. You can quickly prepare it any weekday morning and let it bake while you’re getting ready.
When the holiday season rolls around, I can’t resist making a luscious sweet potato casserole. It’s sweet, delicious, and indulgent. But it’s not diet-friendly. Unless, of course, you use this recipe.
You can have two servings of this delicious treat for only 8 WW points. That’s good math.
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