One of the hardest things about following any diet is getting your carb fix.
That’s why this list of Weight Watchers pasta recipes is such a godsend.
Not only do these scrumptious meals give you a little taste of Italy, but they’re also surprisingly low in points.
That means you don’t need to cut back through the day to indulge! Instead, you can have a filling breakfast and lunch and a delicious homestyle dinner to boot.
These Weight Watchers pasta recipes are so good, I bet even Nonna will ask for more.
Weight Watchers-Friendly Pasta Dinners
This savory Weight Watchers soup is just what you need to get started on the WW diet.
It’s healthy, wholesome, and tasty as heck. Plus, it’ll fill you up and keep you satisfied for hours.
Move over Minestrone; this pasta Fagioli recipe is your new best friend.
Bacon, on a diet? Absolutely!
Well, turkey bacon, anyway.
It’s tasty, salty, and delightfully meaty. And if you have one, use the Air Fryer to make it even more healthy!
This salad makes the perfect lunch or light dinner if you’re hankering for something fresh and comforting.
Plus, the whole-grain penne pasta gives you a boost of fiber while satisfying your carb cravings.
This pasta and broccoli recipe will save you so much time on a hectic night.
It comes together in under 15 minutes and only uses a single pot. No big clean-up here, thanks!
The result is a wholesome, affordable meal that gives you a lot of bang for your buck. Plus, it’s a fantastic dinner to whip up when you have a lot of mouths to feed.
This delectable pasta bolognese bake ranks in at only 9 SmartPoints per serving, but each bite is oh-so-worth it.
It tastes like classic lasagna, and that’s thanks to the extra lean but pleasantly rich ground beef.
If you want a cozy bowl of pasta, this is the perfect recipe for you.
This Weight Watchers chicken recipe is a terrific blend of spice, creaminess, and substance.
Each bite is a filling forkful of satisfaction, with a single serving coming in at 6-7 points, depending on the plan.
It might not be as sinful as a plate of buffalo wings, but it’ll hit all the right spots – without compromising your diet.
If you’re craving a little taste of the Mediterranean, this recipe will blow you away.
It infuses all your favorite Greek flavors, including salty, savory, juicy, and citrus.
It’s like a Greek salad, but with the added bonus of pasta. Because everything tastes better with pasta in it, wouldn’t you agree?
This Weight Watchers stuffed shells recipe is a restaurant-worthy addition to your weekly menu.
Each bite is bursting with cheese and tomato sauce, giving you a little taste of Olive Garden at a fraction of the calories.
Who doesn’t love lasagna? It’s rich, filling, and loaded with creamy, cheesy goodness.
Of course, it’s also bursting with fat and calories.
But with this easy Weight Watchers recipe, you can enjoy your favorite comfort food without burning through all your daily points.
You’ll need just five ingredients, which get tossed in a baking dish and popped in the oven. It’s that easy!
This dish is full of savory flavors and makes the perfect addition to a harvest dinner.
Not only does the pumpkin add some heartwarming flavor to the alfredo sauce, but it also provides a healthier base to the dish.
You can now enjoy a comforting, gourmet meal without the post-dinner guilt.
Mac & cheese is one of my all-time favorite meals. But with all that milk and cheese, it’s not something you can have every day.
Or can you?
This recipe has fewer than 100 calories per serving and uses just four simple ingredients.
Or five if you add a sprinkle of nutritional yeast over the top! It adds such an incredible cheesy taste.
Intrigued? Give it a try, and let me know what you think!
Spaghetti bolognese is a family dinner staple and not something you should have to give up.
Luckily this skinny recipe is healthy, hearty, and just as delicious.
It’s bursting with savory flavors from the carrots, mushrooms, and basil. Each bite is a comforting forkful that warms your very soul.
This dish looks so delicious, and it’s healthy too!
Bowtie pasta provides the ideal sponge to soak up the yummy sauce created from chicken broth, diced tomatoes, and parmesan cheese.
With meals like this, you can keep your friends and family happy, without wasting precious points.
If you’re craving a little taste of the Tuscan sun, this recipe will give you all that and more.
Each bite is full of sun-dried tomato flavor mixed with creamy sauce. What could be better?
While this meal tastes decadent, it’s still low in calories, thanks to the addition of fat-free cottage cheese and Greek yogurt.
Is there a better combination than pasta and garlic? I don’t think so.
This dish is simple to put together yet yields so much flavor.
Because Italian cooking isn’t about heavy, thick sauces! It’s light and fresh and lets the ingredients shine.
I suggest you make extra because you’ll want to have it again for lunch tomorrow.
Like mac & cheese, fettuccine alfredo is tough to make healthy. But with low-fat cream cheese, you can do just that!
In fact, you could even add some Weight Watchers pork chops for a boost of meaty goodness and still have a light and healthy dinner.
So if you’re tempted to order in, give this recipe a spin instead. The results will surprise you in the best way possible.
This recipe’s got it all: chicken, bacon, Ranch, and pasta. Does it get any better than that?
If a little taste of homestyle comfort is what you’re after, give this recipe a whirl. It certainly won’t disappoint.
Looking for a wholesome, hearty Italian dish without the post-pasta bloat? How about this succulent chicken and spinach dinner?
The greens add a kick of vitamins, and the chicken gives you a nice protein boost.
Each bite is creamy, garlicky, and full of savory flavor. It’s one delicious healthy dinner recipe that you don’t want to miss.
Who knew that Italian-Mexican fusion could be such a hit?
All you need to cook this unique dish is chicken, salsa, taco seasoning, cheese, and pasta. It tastes similar to an enchilada, but with pasta swapped in.
The result is a cheesy, spicy piece of heaven.
This Caprese pasta salad is a fantastic dish to make for your next summer barbeque.
The mixture of basil, tomato, and mozzarella makes this such a heavenly dish.
Eat this alone for lunch or dinner, or add it to chicken as a side – either way, you’ll crave it once it’s gone.
This Weight Watchers shrimp recipe is sure to add a little more flavor to your day.
Shrimp makes the perfect, low-calorie base to this dish, as it soaks up all the buttery, garlicky goodness and mixes well with parsley.
If you’re looking to add a little spring to your step, be sure to add this dish to your rotation.
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