Weight Watchers Weekly Dinners Meal Plan (Jun 3 – Jun 9)

Weight Watchers Meal Plan Ideas

Welcome to a week of simple and delicious health-conscious dining with my latest WeightWatchers-friendly meal plan.

Every Friday, I send out an email outlining my dinner plans for the upcoming week that are compatible with Weight Watchers, and I also publish them on my blog. This practice helps me stay on track with my meal choices and motivates me to make healthier food decisions.

Additionally, by sharing my weekly dinner plans, I hope to provide a useful reference for individuals searching for meal planning ideas or looking to vary their diet. If you’re looking for more inspiration, you might find the “101 Meal Prep Ideas from Successful Weight Watchers” resource helpful.

My Casual Approach to Weight Watchers Friendly Meal Planning

Planning Weight Watchers-friendly dinners doesn’t have to be complicated. As a middle-aged couple with our ever-changing plans, a simple and flexible approach works best. I start by identifying a few of our favorite easy healthy recipes for the week and jot them down on a post-it note. I keep this note on the counter or the fridge where it’s easy to see. This low-effort method keeps meal planning stress-free and adaptable, perfect for those times when our plans change at the last minute.

Because I’m usually cooking for two most recipes I make result in leftovers.  We are happy to have them again for lunch or dinner. I also enjoy re-purposing leftovers. The easy Slow Cooker Lentils with Chicken Sausage & Spinach we have on Monday can easily become the filling for stuffed peppers on Wednesday. The Easy Lightened Up Lasagna Skillet can be transformed into a delicious lasagna soup.

By creatively re-purposing leftovers, we not only save time and reduce waste but also add variety to our meals. This laid-back planning style keeps our kitchen running smoothly and our meals exciting, all while staying within our Weight Watchers points.

What Do I Eat for Breakfast on Weight Watchers?

Most days my breakfast is something quick like an english muffin with almond butter, avocado toast, cottage cheese with fruit, eggs, yogurt with fruit, oatmeal or a smoothie, depending on my mood and the season.

What Do I Eat for Lunch on Weight Watchers?

Lunch is usually leftovers or some combination of soup / sandwich / salad

This week I am planning to make…

Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken
With just 5 ingredients dinner doesn’t get much easier or more delicious. I’ll serve it over rice or cauliflower rice with an Asian vegetable blend on the side. This slow cooker teriyaki chicken is tender and flavorful.

Cauliflower Rice and Beans
This recipe for cauliflower rice and beans is a delightful surprise. It’s a lighter, healthier, delicious alternative to traditional rice and beans with fewer points for those following Weight Watchers. Every time I make it I wonder why I don’t serve it more often. I’ll plan to serve it with a leafy green salad.

Brenda’s Black Bean Burgers
Veggie or black bean burgers are great alternatives when you want to go meatless. This easy Weight Watcher recipe for black bean burgers (aka black bean patties/cakes) is so hearty and satisfying you won’t miss the meat. I’m planning to serve WW Crispy Baked Zucchini Fries alongside.

Mediterranean Garlic Shrimp
This recipe is my sister’s version of gambas al ajillo that she first experienced decades ago while stationed in Spain serving in the navy. Heating the oil, butter and garlic first is an important step that really makes a difference in the overall flavor of the dish. It’s a winner. Light, healthy and delicious. I’ll serve it with a little crusty bread and a leafy green salad.

Easy Lettuce Wraps Using Leftover Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken

Easy Lettuce Wraps Using Leftover Teriyaki Chicken
I’ll use some of the leftover slow cooker teriyaki chicken to make lettuce wraps with iceberg lettuce or butter lettuce. I’ll add a little shredded raw carrot, chopped celery and red bell pepper to add some color and crunch.

Low Sugar Lemon Blueberry Bars

I’ll also make a batch of these Low Sugar Lemon Bars for my husband and I to enjoy during the week, sharing with friends and family too so we don’t overdo it!

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I hope this helps you with your own meal planning this week 🙂

A note about WW Points
If you’re following Weight Watchers, all the recipes here on Simple Nourished Living have been updated for the new Weight Watchers program, with points displayed in the recipe card. The WW link in the recipe card takes you to the Weight Watchers website where you can edit it using the WW recipe builder or add it to your day (U.S. only, you must be logged into your WW account).

Tired of trying to decide what to cook?

If you are struggling with meal planning here are 3 great meal planning resources to help:

My Month of Meal Plans eBook
My WW friend Alisha’s 12-Week eCookbook and Meal Planner and Table for Two Meal Planner and eCookbook

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More Weight Watchers Meal Planning Ideas

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Martha is the founder and main content writer for Simple-Nourished-Living.

A longtime lifetime WW at goal, she is committed to balancing her love of food and desire to stay slim while savoring life and helping others do the same.

She is the author of the Smart Start 28-Day Weight Loss Challenge.

A huge fan of the slow cooker and confessed cookbook addict, when she’s not experimenting in the kitchen, you’re likely to find Martha on her yoga mat.

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