Running out of healthy breakfast ideas? I’m here to save your day! I’ve collected plenty of unique and different kinds of Weight Watchers breakfast ideas just for you!
“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” — no matter what happens, this is a fact that won’t ever change. And although no food is off-limits for those of us on weight watchers, we have to be more creative and meticulous with our breakfast to make sure that aside from being delicious, our meals are suited to our WW plan.
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Are These Weight Watchers Breakfast Ideas Possible on Busy Mornings?
I get it, some don’t want to skip breakfast — they simply just don’t have the time to do it. As for me, I like to spend more time eating with the family than spending all of my precious time in the kitchen preparing and cooking.
With that said, I always make it a point that my weight watchers breakfast ideas are uncomplicated and easy to prepare, that even a non-cooking person can make these delicious recipes without any hassle.
Most of these recipes are composed of less than five ingredients. You won’t be stressed out early in the morning preparing a meal. Some of these morning recipes only take a few minutes to get ready.
Why Breakfast is Important to Your WW Plan:
Weight Watchers stresses the significance of having a healthy breakfast especially for those who are trying to lose weight and follow their meal program. Eating a good breakfast will prepare you for a healthier day.
Eating breakfast will keep you less hungry and will avoid you from over-snacking or binge eating at lunch time. But of course, it’s not only a question of whether to have breakfast or not. Another important question is what food you will eat in this meal!
I’m here to help you answer that question! I’ve divided this list into two. The first list is for weight watchers breakfast ideas with 5 SmartPoints and below on all three WW plans, while the second list is for recipes with 6 SmartPoints and above on the three WW plans.
A serving of this Low Point Breakfast Wrap is only 4 points in the Green plan, and 3 points on the Blue and Purple plan. If you need a quick and healthy breakfast on the go, this recipe is worth the try!
If you are running out of time early in the morning, this no-cook recipe only needs several minutes to get ready. Aside from being delicious and nutritious, this banana split recipe is also perfect for all ages. One serving of this recipe is only 3 points in the 3 WW plans.
If you are looking for a gourmet dish for your upcoming Sunday brunch, this breakfast slice recipe is a must! This healthy breakfast recipe only needs rice, veggies, cottage cheese, and eggs. Plus, it's only 3 points on the Green plan, 1 point on the Blue plan, and zero points on the Purple plan.
If you are craving the taste of a tortilla first thing in the morning you might want to check out this berry breakfast taco recipe. This recipe only requires tortilla wraps, blueberries, raspberries, banana, low-sugar chocolate spread, and calorie-controlled spray oil. A serving of these Berry Breakfast Tacos is only 5 points on all of the 3 WW plans.
Really don't have the time to bother making breakfast every morning? This make-ahead freezer-friendly breakfast sandwich is the answer to your breakfast dilemma. 1 sandwich is only 5 points on all of the WW plans.
Only got a minute or two to prepare breakfast? This mug muffin is filled with oat and cinnamon to fill you up and keep you full all morning long. One mug of this muffin recipe is 5 points on the Green plan, 3 points on the Blue plan, and zero points on the Purple plan.
Want something spicy, delicious, and southwestern to start the day? This Breakfast Burrito Bowl recipe is made with roasted butternut squash, avocado, pico de gallo, and egg. One serving of this southwest breakfast bowl is 5 points on the Green plan and 3 points on both Blue and Purple plans.
Love fruits or need to up your daily intake of fruits in your diet? Whatever your reason may be, this Berry Quinoa Breakfast Bowl Recipe will be good for you. One bowl of this recipe is 5 points on the Green and Blue plans, and 3 points on the Purple plan.
Want to become a pro at poaching? This Poached Eggs and Toast recipe can help you with that. A protein-packed breakfast that is just 4 points on the Green plan and 3 points on the Blue and Purple plans.
Who would dare say no to pizza for breakfast? This healthy and delicious pizza recipe only needs eggs, bacon, cheese spread, bread, and sausage. One pizza serving is 5 points for all of the 3 myWW+ plans.
If you don't have a lot of extra time in the morning, you can cook this yummy freezer meal ahead of time and then just heat it up for breakfast. This Turkey Sausage and Veggie Breakfast Scramble Freezer Meal is 5 points on the Green and Blue plans, and 4 points on the Purple plan.
WW Breakfast Ideas With 6 SmartPoints Or More:
Still have some Smart Points to spend? Enjoy your breakfast more with these nutritious, easy to prepare, and super yummy breakfast ideas.
This WW Breakfast Sandwich Recipe is a complete package. It has bacon, cheese, eggs, and homemade biscuits. Not to mention very WW-friendly. One of these breakfast sandwiches is 7 points on the Green plan, and 5 points on the Blue and Purple plans.
This is another healthy breakfast bowl that you should try. This yummy breakfast bowl is packed with turkey sausage, cheese, eggs, and crispy hash browns that will keep you energized through the whole morning. One bowl of this delicious recipe is 7 points on the Green plan, 5 points on the Blue plan, and 2 points on the Purple plan.
A big fan of fried rice? This WW-friendly fried rice recipe is a must-try! It has veggies, bacon, eggs, and rice! A serving of this mouthwatering fried rice is 10 points on the Green plan, 9 points on the Blue plan, and 5 points on the Purple plan.
Want to try some yogurt bowls for a change? This recipe only needs apple, cinnamon, raisins, yogurt, pecans, walnuts, nutmeg, and a little sugar. One serving of this yogurt bowl is 9 points on the Green plan, and 6 points on the Blue and Purple plans.
Of course, pancakes should be present in every list of breakfast ideas. And if you are wondering what's the best thing to do with overripe bananas, this recipe is the answer. This recipe is 6 points on the Green plan, and 4 points on the Blue and Purple plans.
Fill your tummy with this delicious casserole recipe in the morning. Needless to say, this Slow Cooker Southwest Breakfast Casserole is super easy to make. One serving of this recipe is 8 points on the Green plan, 6 points on the Blue plan, and 4 points on the Purple plan.
This recipe or post is in no way authorized or associated with the Weight Watchers or myWW Program.
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