Turn to these Weight Watchers ground turkey recipes and be one step closer to a fitter, healthier you.
Using ground turkey instead of pork and beef is a great way to make typically fatty dishes more wholesome without sacrificing flavor.
With this lean protein, you’ll still enjoy classic meaty dishes, but at a fraction of the calories. It’s an easy swap that can make a huge difference to your lifestyle.
I mean sure, turkey chili might not be quite as tasty as traditional chili, but it’ll be right up there.
There are 25 items in this roundup, and each of them is a must-try. Shall we begin?
Let’s kick things off with a one-pan skillet that’s healthy, hearty, and bursting with flavors.
Loaded with ground turkey, diced sweet potatoes, bell peppers, and onions cooked in spices and seasonings, this skillet has a combination of sweet, salty, savory, and fiery tastes.
Finished with a sprinkling of low-fat mozzarella, it’s as decadent as it looks.
If you’re craving tacos but don’t want the carbs, these boats are here to scratch that itch.
Hollowed-out zucchini are filled with turkey taco meat and shredded cheese and garnished with scallions and salsa.
While it takes an hour to cook, the prep time only calls for 15 minutes. The oven takes care of everything else.
Judging by the colors in this skillet alone, you can already tell how delectable it is.
This enchilada skillet is a bright mix of your favorite Tex-Mex ingredients.
It has black beans, ground meat, chiles, bell peppers, salsa, corn, enchilada sauce, cheese – the works!
It’s undoubtedly toothsome and wholesome. The fact that it’s such a cinch to make is just a bonus.
These Thai lettuce wraps are a protein- and flavor-packed dish you’ll want to eat again and again.
In this dish, ground turkey gets a flavor makeover with soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, fish sauce, garlic, and ginger!
You’ll love the balance of flavors and textures between the fresh and crunchy lettuce, the rich turkey filling, and the crunchy vegetables.
Just because you’re on the Weight Watchers program doesn’t mean you can’t eat carbs.
Carbs are essential in nourishing your body, and you shouldn’t have to give them up!
With this delectable pasta dish, you won’t want to.
A colorful mix of campanelle noodles, ground turkey, black beans, corn, zucchini, marinara, and cheese, this scrumptious dish allows you to stick to your diet without depriving yourself.
Spaghetti squash is tossed with perfectly seasoned ground turkey, spaghetti sauce, mozzarella, oregano, and basil to create the ultimate low-carb dish.
It may not be as hearty as traditional spaghetti, but the flavors are definitely on point. It also gets bonus points for looking so darn mouthwatering!
Just like it does loaf cakes, zucchini makes turkey burgers ridiculously tender and moist.
No one wants dry and tough burger patties. But when using ground turkey, it’s a risk.
But thanks to this technique, you’ll never encounter dry turkey burgers ever again.
It’s turkey and pumpkin together in one bowl of chili! It’s two of our favorite Thanksgiving treats combined.
The mix of sweet and savory gives this chili a unique taste. It might not have the same flavors as a classic chili, but it’s delicious, nonetheless.
Let’s be honest, a bowl of cabbage soup doesn’t exactly scream delicious. But wait until you see and try this one!
Filled with lots of colorful vegetables and flavored with an array of spices and seasonings, this soup might just be your newest favorite.
Make scrumptious and nutritious sausages with ground turkey for an unforgettable breakfast meal.
Seasoned with sage, thyme, paprika, fennel seeds, pumpkin pie spice, and maple syrup, ground turkey has never tasted so good.
Shape the turkey mixture into patties and pan-fry them to perfection. Serve with whole wheat bread or English muffins and enjoy.
Salty and savory turkey meatballs are bathed in a sweet chili sauce, creating an explosive flavor combination.
The only downside to this dish is it’s hard to limit yourself to one serving! The meatballs and the sauce are just that addictive.
Ground turkey is coated in delectable gravy and served with homemade biscuits.
This southern classic is typically laden with carbs and fat, but not if you use this recipe.
This version may be a lot leaner and healthier, but its flavors won’t disappoint.
This is a low-sodium taco soup that’s high in flavor. Also, look how colorful it is!
Thanks to lean turkey, veggies, and low-sodium ingredients like ranch dressing, taco seasoning, chicken broth, and tomato sauce, this taco soup is rich both in flavor and nutrition.
It’s so delectable, I’ll bet you won’t even remember it’s for Weight Watchers.
Here’s another Tex-Mex recipe that’s sure to delight.
The combination of colors makes this dish so eye-catching! Sure, its base is boring lettuce, but the toppings make it such a treat.
Packed with ground turkey, red peppers, avocado salsa, Mexican cheese, cherry tomatoes, and a dollop of Greek yogurt, this deconstructed taco in a bowl is a winner.
This dish is a mash-up between a cheeseburger and pasta, yet it’s WW-friendly. How can that be?!
The trick is to use lean turkey, whole-wheat pasta, and other healthy alternatives.
This way, you’ll still get the beautiful components we all love in a cheeseburger pasta skillet, but still stick to the diet.
Move over Olive Garden, this homemade zuppa Toscana soup tastes even better!
Turkey sausage, potatoes, parmesan, and kale swim in a delectable broth flavored with tons of herbs and spices.
This soup is bright, light, and such a delight.
This turkey chili is just as cozy and comforting as any.
The combo of ground turkey, black beans, corn, refried beans, vegetables, and cheese makes this bowl oh-so hearty.
It’s rich and savory, and bursting with smoky goodness from paprika, chipotle, and ancho chili powder.
One recipe makes a big batch, but it’s so good, it won’t last a day.
Start your day with something different! This Spanish-inspired breakfast casserole is packed with turkey chorizo, eggs, and vegetables.
This recipe teaches you how to make chorizo from scratch, but don’t worry, it’s really not that hard.
Enjoy it on its own for a light meal or use it as a taco or burrito filling for something more filling.
Mix together ground turkey, bread crumbs, carrots, onions, bell peppers, and parmesan cheese to make these sumptuous turkey burgers.
Sure, they won’t have the same flavors as a classic burger, but it’s still a must-try. The combination of meat, cheese, and veggies is such a delight.
While the thought of turkey meatloaf doesn’t exactly conjure up mouth-watering images, don’t knock this recipe until you try it.
Unlike most turkey meatloaves that are dry and tough as a brick, this one isn’t. It’s the opposite!
Flavorful and remarkably moist, even non-WW members won’t say no to this dish.
This pizza-pasta casserole is so hearty and tasty, it’s hard to believe it’s WW-friendly. I can eat this casserole every day!
Loaded with noodles, meat, marinara, pepperoni, and cheese, this casserole has all the components we all love in spaghetti and pepperoni pizza.
But thanks to things like low-carb pasta and reduced-fat mozzarella, you can indulge in this comfort food guilt-free.
This ground turkey stroganoff is ridiculously rich and savory.
It combines ground turkey, sour cream and mushroom sauce, and egg noodles to create a healthy comfort food.
Turkey is prone to drying out, but you’ll never have to worry about that with this recipe.
The sour cream and mushroom soup do a fine job at keeping the turkey nice and moist.
If you’re looking for a way to sneak in some vegetables to your kids’ diets, this goulash is the way to go.
Made primarily with macaroni and ground turkey tossed in a delectable marinara sauce, it’s so decadent no one will care that there are also vegetables in there!
This goulash only has zucchini and bell peppers, but if you want to add more vegetables, go right ahead.
Jalapeno poppers and burgers combine to make a seriously addictive and surprisingly healthy dish.
Take a bite of this juicy turkey patty and you’ll be greeted with a decadent filling of cream cheese, bacon, and jalapenos.
These burgers are sensational on their own but garnish them with sliced avocados for added oomph.
Can you believe a Weight Watchers lasagna recipe exists?! What a wonderful time to live in, am I right?
This lasagna is low in SmartPoints but high in flavor. It has all the beautiful layers of the classic dish, from the al dente noodles to the meaty marinara to the cheese.
The key is to make smart swaps such as using whole wheat lasagna for the noodles and lean ground turkey for the meat.
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