If you’re getting bored with the same old meals, check out these Weight Watchers Instant Pot recipes.
They’re healthy, hearty, and great for everyone at the dinner table.
25 Weight Watchers Instant Pot Recipes
How great is the Instant Pot?
You gotta love an all-in-one kitchen gadget that allows you to sauté, steam, slow cook, and pressure cook food.
It can even make yogurt and cook rice.
And these Instant Pot Weight Watchers recipes are super versatile and make cooking a breeze.
Loaded with your favorite Mexican ingredients and spices, one slurp of this chicken enchilada soup will chase the chill away.
What’s not to like? It has all the elements in an enchilada, but it comes in soup form. It’s hot, savory, and hearty as can be.
It’s a warm sweater, a warm fireplace, and a giant hug, all in one.
This chili is simply sensational, and it’s equivalent to zero WW points! How awesome is that?
Plus, don’t you just hate “diet” dishes that’ll make you feel hungry after just 30 minutes?
Filled with lean meat, vegetables, and a variety of beans, you’ll have none of that feeling where this chili is involved. This dish is both low-calorie and hearty at the same time.
Cozy and heart-warming, this chicken stew is the ultimate food for the soul.
I’ve been writing about Weight Watchers’ recipes for a few days now, and it still astounds me how it’s possible for dishes to be delicious, satisfying, and wholesome, at the same time.
Filled with shredded chicken, beans, and vegetables, this chicken stew possesses all three qualities and is such a cinch to make, to boot.
A bowl of hot and hearty soup is the best way to blast the chill away. I don’t mind gobbling up this soup all year round, though.
It’s loaded with chicken, tortilla strips, and all your favorite Tex-Mex mixings.
To say it’s colorful and delicious is an understatement. That’s why even when it’s bright and sunny outside, I still welcome this soup with my mouth wide open.
Chicken, rice, vegetables, and a savory broth makes up this heavenly soup.
Have 10 minutes? Then you have time to prepare this masterpiece. Once you have all the vegetables (onion, carrot, and celery) chopped up, everything else comes easy.
In fact, you’ll just throw all the ingredients in the Instant Pot and forget about it.
Chicken and potatoes are coated with a sweet and tangy maple-mustard dressing in this phenomenal and shockingly healthy dish.
While many health-conscious folks perceive potatoes to be the carb devil, they’re actually a great addition to your diet.
As long as you stick to one serving, this dish of maple mustard chicken and potatoes will only cost you a few freestyle points.
There are so many things you can do with the humble chicken breast.
You can shred it and add it to soups, salads, and dips.
If you want something heartier, pair it with brown rice, or wheat pasta. If you’re looking for something light yet filling, slice it up and add it to your favorite salad.
Whatever dish you decide, the key is to cook the meat perfectly so that it’s moist and juicy, not tough and dry.
This recipe teaches you how to do it effortlessly in the Instant Pot.
Who says you can’t enjoy dips when you’re on a diet? Just stick to crunchy veggies instead of chips and you’ll be fine.
Don’t worry, this Buffalo chicken dip is so incredibly rich and creamy, you won’t even notice you’re snacking on sticks of carrots and celery.
As it takes after the dish of its name, expect this dip to have a little bit of a kick. It’s not that hot it would burn your tongue, though!
This BBQ chicken has that delectable flavor combination of sweet, savory, and smokey. It’s the best!
I mean, don’t you just love BBQ? Whoever dislikes this phenomenal dish should not be trusted.
If you don’t think chicken alone will sate your hunger, serve it with brown rice or wheat pasta. It’ll still be a healthy meal, but one that’ll keep you fuller, longer.
Honey and mustard are a match made in heaven, as is evidenced by this dish. Believe me, you’ll want to add this to your Rolodex of recipes.
Chunks of chicken are flavored with a sweet and tart marinade and cooked to perfection. It’s WW-friendly, but it’s also something the whole family will enjoy.
Missing tacos but trying to cut back on carbs? Say hello to these Buffalo chicken lettuce wraps. This dish has the same amazing flavors as a chicken taco, sans the shells.
Thanks to lettuce, though, these wraps are still crunchy as can be! Trust me, the carb-filled taco shells won’t be missed.
The name of this dish is very appropriate, as it truly is addictive. The dish may be WW-friendly, but you’ll absolutely have a hard time resisting a second serving. Consider yourself warned.
Crack chicken is a flavorful combination of chicken breast, turkey bacon, cottage cheese, yogurt, dill, and herbs and seasonings.
There are many ways to serve it – for instance, stuffed inside bell peppers or mushrooms or served with a salad. Personally, I’m happy to eat it on its own.
Say no to Chinese takeout and hello to this Instant Pot orange chicken. It’s so good, it tastes like it came straight out of Panda Express, but it’s 10 times more wholesome and 100% homemade.
Here’s the best part: this sweet, savory, and tangy dish is a lot easier to make than you think.
If you’re a fan of Chinese food, this Mongolian chicken is a must-try.
It’s sweet, tangy, and oh-so juicy. Serve this on a bed of brown rice for a semi-authentic Asian meal!
The classic Mongolian dish uses beef as its protein, but here, you’ll use chicken. It still has the same amazing flavors, but with much lower SmartPoints.
Sweet and sour chicken is always a great idea. There’s something about the combination of juicy chicken, vegetables, and a sweet, savory, and tangy sauce that makes it so irresistible.
This dish is most often served with rice, but with all its other elements such as carrots, potatoes, and bell peppers, you can consider it a complete meal on its own.
Chicken teriyaki is one of my go-to orders at Japanese restaurants. I just can’t get enough of that sweet and umami-rich glaze that coats the meat oh-so beautifully.
While this is a much lighter, healthier alternative, don’t worry, you’ll still get all the wonderful flavors from the classic dish.
Fiesta chicken is a combination of shredded chicken, canned beans, frozen corn, and salsa. With this dish, your meal will be a hefty feast, indeed!
Because it’s undeniably delicious and comes together so quickly, it makes for a perfect option for when you’ve once again left cooking to the last minute.
Yes, you can be on the Weight Watchers program and still enjoy an awesome chicken taco. The key is to make smart choices with the ingredients.
Just stick to healthy taco mixings such as chicken breast, salsa, corn, radishes, and avocados, and you’ll be fine.
As far as Weight Watchers casseroles go, this is one I turn to again and again.
It’s a hefty combination of chicken breast, cheddar cheese, tortillas, black olives, and enchilada sauce.
The sour cream is optional, but it’s definitely worth the extra calories.
And it’ll be on your table in just 30 minutes. Healthy, tasty, and easy to make – that’s my favorite kind of recipe.
Sloppy Joe’s aren’t exactly considered a healthy option, but this one is.
The secret is to swap ground turkey for beef. The meat may be leaner and thereby less flavorful, but the perfect blend of spices is there to compensate.
This healthy goulash is a vegetable-filled soup that even kids won’t say no to.
It’s bright, colorful, and bursting with flavor. How can it not be, when it’s a combination of ground turkey, zucchini, bell peppers, tomatoes, macaroni, and tons of seasonings?
It’s healthy comfort soup, for the win.
This mac and cheese uses cauliflower rice for its “mac” component. But don’t be fooled for a second into thinking it’s nowhere near as tasty as the classic.
Because after all, how can you go wrong with a dish that’s covered with cheese? The kids won’t even notice the absence of the “mac” in this mac and cheese.
Who says you have to give up pasta when you subscribe to WW?
With layers of whole wheat lasagna noodles, turkey marinara, and a blend of cheeses, this lasagna is every Weight Watchers’ dream dish. Healthy comfort food has never been this good.
Beef stroganoff is a well-loved classic food, so I’m sure you’re surprised to find it on this list.
The trick is to fill the dish with zero-point foods that are loaded with flavor. I’m talking mushrooms, onions, garlic, and Italian seasoning.
Use Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. As for the carbs, use whole wheat egg noodles, this will save you 1 point per serving!
This beef stew is bursting with melt-in-your-mouth beef, potatoes, carrots, corn, and a heartwarming broth.
It’s a cozy dish that will keep you full throughout the day. Who says you can’t be full and happy when you’re on a diet?
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