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Weight Watchers Freestyle Meal Plan

The Weight Watchers Freestyle program is an excellent way to get healthy and learn how to control your portions. This Weight Watchers Freestyle Meal Plan is my way of simplifying and organizing my daily foods.The Weight Watchers Freestyle program is an excellent way to get healthy and learn how to control your portions. This Weight Watchers Freestyle Meal Plan is my way of simplifying and organizing my daily foods.

You can use this meal plan in a variety of ways. You can pick and choose your favorite recipes and make enough for the whole week, you can also use it as laid out below. Note that this will be a lot of food! If you are just cooking for one or two you will have way more than you need. I don’t usually meal prep for the weekends because we eat leftovers! That’s another great way to make sure none of the food goes to waste (and it saves you even more time and energy).

Weight Watchers Freestyle Meal Plan

Here’s how this Weight Watchers Freestyle meal plan works…Each day you have roughly 10-12 points. That leaves you room for snacks that might have points (see the list below). The reason I put them together this way is so you can leave room for drinks which might have points, and also so you can have more than one serving if you are so inclined!

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Each day of the meal plan includes a snack and a dessert option as well as breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipe! This should help take a lot of the guess work out of your daily planning for Weight Watchers and the Freestyle program.

Monday

Cucumber Bacon and Egg Bites | 0 Points

Chicken Corn Chowder | 1 Point

Cole Slaw | 1 Point

Pepperoni Pizza Casserole | 5 Points

Mini Cherry Cheesecakes | 4 Points

 

Tuesday

Hearty Breakfast Sandwiches | 3 Points

Chicken Taco Cups | 1 Point

Vegetarian Chili | 0 Points

Chicken Enchiladas | 4 Points

Pumpkin Bars | 4 Points

 

Wednesday

Veggie Omlette | 0 Points (count your cheese or meat if you add it)

Mac and Cheese | 7 Points

Sweet & Sour Meatballs | 2 Points

Cuban Pork Chops | 3 Points

Sausage Stuffing | 2 Points

 

Thursday

Breakfast Casserole | 2 Points

Cucumber Bacon and Egg Bites | 0 Points

Salad with Grilled Chicken | (Count your dressing & any cheese)

Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts | 3 Points

Ground Turkey Sweet Potato Skillet | 7 Points

 

Friday

Veggie Breakfast Cups | 1 Point

Frozen Peanut Butter Whips | 4 Points

Cilantro Lime Chicken | 1 Point

Zucchini Lasagna | 9 Points

 

Snacks & Sides

Use these snacks ideas to add to any day on your meal plan or as an option when you are feeling hungry but don’t want to use any points (see zero point options). These are also great ideas for meal prepping. Just grab and go for those busy days when you don’t have time to do a lot of in-depth snack prep.

As for sides, if you need a quick idea what to serve on the side with your dinner or lunch recipes you can use one of these great options.

Zero Points: 
Frozen Grapes
Melon (watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew)
Apples
Bananas
Pears
Strawberries
Blueberries
Mango
Papaya
Dried fruit (small portions)
Baby carrots
Cucumbers
Cherry Tomatoes
Celery
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Sugar Snap Peas
Yogurt, Greek, plain, nonfat, unsweetened
Tangerines
Yogurt, plain, nonfat, unsweetened

1 Point 
Babybel Light Cheese (one “bel” is usually 1 Smart Point)
String Cheese (most low-fat varieties are 1 Smart Point)
Pretzel Sticks (15-20 depending on brand)
2 Tablespoons Light Whipped Topping with fruit
1 Cup Air Popped Popcorn

The Weight Watchers Freestyle program is an excellent way to get healthy and learn how to control your portions. This Weight Watchers Freestyle Meal Plan is my way of simplifying and organizing my daily foods.

Meagen is a newlywed, animal lover, book enthusiast, who loves to write and create DIY projects in her spare time. She lives in Central Pennsylvania with her husband Dustin, their two dogs, and a massive variety of other small animals. You could on any given day catch her singing off key to random radio tunes or reorganizing her bookshelves by spine color.

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Roxanne
    August 15, 2018 at 10:24 pm

    I think you have your dailybpoimta low. I
    have done weight watchers since January and my daily points were NEVER this low.
    The lowest daily point they do is 23. Check your facts!!

    • Reply
      Meagen Brosius
      August 16, 2018 at 10:38 am

      If you read the post closely you’ll see that I’ve noted why I created the meal plan with days that are between 10-12 points. I’m certainly not saying that I only eat 10-12 points per day, I’m saying that my meal plan is created with 10-12 points per day so that you have room for multiple portions, drinks, snacks, modifications, etc. Thanks for stopping by, hope that helps clear up some of your questions.

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