Try these Weight Watchers pork chop recipes when you need a savory kick without eating up too many daily points.
Unlike many Weight Watchers chicken recipes, pork chops aren’t “free” on the WW diet.
But if you keep the portion sizes accurate and cook them right, you can indulge and still have points left for dessert.
Whether you’re in the mood for something garlicky, Cajun, grilled, or fried, these ten Weight Watchers pork chop recipes are sure to make dinner time fun.
These honey garlic pork chops are juicy, saucy, and unbelievably delicious. Better still, each one is only six Weight Watchers points and you can have them ready in just 25 minutes!
If you need a quick and convenient dinner option that’s low on points, this one is a terrific choice, and the ingredients you’ll use are things you probably already have.
All you’ll need are the chops themselves, some ketchup, low-sodium soy sauce, garlic, and honey.
They have a wonderful sweet and savory flavor and pair well with practically anything.
If you like food less sweet and more spicy, you may prefer these Cajun spiced pork chops instead.
They’re just as thick, juicy, and flavorful as the honey garlic ones above, and they take even less time to make – just 15 minutes!
For these pork chops, it’s all about getting the spice mixture right. You’ll need cayenne, garlic, paprika, dried sage, pepper, cumin, and olive oil.
Simply combine the spices to make the seasoning and generously coat the pork chops. Then spray and oil your pan and cook each one until you have it just how you like it.
Quick, easy, and only five to six points, depending on your plan.
Pork chops with dijon mustard are tangy, herby, and delightfully earthy. And since they’re pan-seared, they’re so succulent and flavorful that they’re practically a meal in and of themselves.
With only a single carb per serving, these are also a fantastic choice for a low-carb dinner.
Have them on the table in half an hour, with only five minutes of prep work.
If you’re looking for something with a sweet and zesty flavor, try this recipe for grilled Cuban pork chops.
It’s hard not to love these juicy chops between the flavorful marinade and the toppings of red onions, lime juice, and cilantro.
Just be sure you give them at least 30 minutes to marinate before cooking them, otherwise, they won’t be as scrumptious.
Pair them with a colorful and crunchy cabbage salad, roasted veggies, or a delectable dish of grilled lemon-mint carrots for a complete meal (with less than ten total points!).
Craving pork chops with a crispy crust? Then you have to try these sensational baked pork chops.
You’ll make them with whole wheat breadcrumbs for an exceptionally crunchy exterior, and the soy sauce, ground ginger, and garlic give them a ton of flavor, too.
Don’t you wish you could enjoy succulent pork chops smothered in a thick, creamy sauce and still meet your daily Weight Watchers goals?
Well, with this recipe, you can!
These are skinny-smothered pork chops. But they have all the sauce and flavor of smothered pork chops with a fraction of the fat and calories.
They’re garlicky, peppery, and have just a hint of heat from the chili powder.
And despite the thick, flavorful sauce, they still only cost between four and six points per serving. That means you can even indulge in a Weight Watchers dessert too!
Here’s another sweet and savory glazed pork chop recipe that anyone can enjoy, whether they’re on Weight Watchers or not.
It’s hard to believe that something that tastes so good would only use five points, but it’s true.
All you’ll need to make them are pork chops, vegetable oil, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, lemon juice, ketchup, and brown sugar.
Fried pork chops aren’t off the table on WW, especially if you have an Air Fryer.
Trust me, these Weight Watcher Air Fryer recipes will make you forget your on a diet at all.
For these glazed chops, you just need a few thick pieces of pork, maple syrup, cinnamon, salt, and about 15 minutes.
The maple syrup and cinnamon are the perfect fall flavors to keep you warm in the cold.
If you prefer meat that’s zesty and loaded with herbs, this grilled Ranch pork chops recipe is probably the one for you.
It combines Ranch seasoning mix, olive oil, salt, pepper, and chopped parsley for an unforgettable flavor that everyone can enjoy.
Whether it’s just for you or for the whole family, I know you’ll all reach for seconds.
And at only four points per serving, you can go ahead and spoil yourself.
If you’re in the mood for a bit of Southwestern flair, these six-ingredient pork chops should satisfy your cravings.
However, they need plenty of time (at least an hour) to sit in the marinade, so don’t wait until the last second to start making them.
Combine garlic, salt, cayenne, cumin, and chili powder and completely cover the pork chops in the mixture. Refrigerating it for an hour gives all those flavors time to sink into the meat.
I like to serve this for brunch or even as a Weight Watchers breakfast recipe on a lazy morning.
Add a fried egg and some roasted sweet potatoes, and you’ll be fueled up until well after lunch.
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