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Weight Watchers Pepperoni Pizza Casserole Recipe

Easy Weight Watchers Pepperoni Pizza Casserole is my new favorite comfort food this month. It’s a combination of macaroni and cheese and pizza! Do I need to say more?

Not only is this casserole easy and delicious, but it’s also Weight Watchers and family-friendly.

Check out these Weight Watchers Ground Turkey Recipes to make meal planning easier.

Pin showing the finished pepperoni pizza casserole for Weight Watchers with title across the middle.

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Be sure to recalculate your points for recipes based on the actual ingredients you use. Using the nutrition facts in a recipe will give you false information. Always calculate on the Weight Watchers app or site to be sure.

How many WW Points are in this delicious pizza casserole recipe?

Each Weight Watchers Pepperoni Pizza Casserole should be divided into 12 equal servings.

Courtesy WW Points

  • Be sure to calculate the points value of the foods and recipes you eat in the app.
  • Always add ingredients and serving sizes and don’t rely on the nutrition facts in the recipe.
  • Accuracy will come from the information you input on the app.

Tips for lowering points:

The great thing about this recipe is that you can customize it for whatever preferences your family has including dietary restrictions. Make sure you create the recipe on ww.com if you change anything but feel free to play with the veggies since most are zero points on multiple plans!

If you like onions, green peppers, jalapeños, or even mushrooms on your pizza they make a great addition to the recipe!

Using canned tomato sauce, lean ground turkey (or chicken) and no-fat cheese helps make this a delicious low-point casserole.

Whole wheat or low-carb noodles help keep points lower.

The serving size is one cup.

Serve with a low-point side or green salad for a filling low-point dinner.

A look at the finished weight watchers pepperoni pizza casserole ready to eat.

What you’ll need to make this delicious family-friendly casserole:

It’s a winner all the way around! Grab your favorite plate, and a big spoon, and dig in! You will find links to the products we used in the recipe. We earn a commission if you purchase through our links.

You probably have many of these casserole ingredients on hand. Lean ground turkey 97/3 is best. Onion, garlic, olive oil, zero-point tomato sauce, and Hunts is the best. You will add a few simple seasonings too.

A close up of the finished pepperoni pizza casserole ready to serve.

Here are some kitchen essentials that I like to have on hand when making recipes like this for meal prep:

Making healthy meals is a breeze with these kitchen essentials. Keeping things like this on hand makes my life so much easier in the kitchen.

Some things that are great to have on hand when prepping meals like this is a cutting board, sharp knives, and storage containers.

You can also benefit from a good skillet, a kitchen scale, and measuring cups!

Pizza Casserole Topping Ideas

For this recipe, we used low-carb rotini pasta, low-fat mozzarella, and fat-free mozzarella, too.

I really like to add spinach, broccoli, and mushrooms to pizza. Thankfully, those are all zero points!!

A serving of the finished casserole on a plate ready to eat.

Try adding hot peppers, spices, and even pickled vegetables can be a great compliment to your pepperoni pizza casserole.

If you are looking for another easy recipe that the whole family will love to be sure to try this Weight Watchers Chicken Pot Pie recipe.

A close up of the recipe being served.

Easy Weight Watchers Pizza Casserole Instructions:

This is a very easy recipe to put together. Likely once you make a single batch you’ll come back to this recipe time and time again because it is just so simple to make!

The best part is that after you make this simple recipe you get to see the smiles all around the dinner table. Everyone loves this dinner recipe and devours it without hesitation. It’s a family favorite in our house, I’ll bet it will be a fast favorite in yours as well.

Preheat oven to 350

Cook pasta according to package and drain.

Heat olive oil over medium heat and saute ground turkey, onion, and garlic, in a large skillet until meat is cooked.


Spray a 9 x 13 pan with cooking spray.

here we see the recipe with ingredients being prepped.

In a medium bowl mix cooked pasta, meat mixture, sauce, cheese, pepperoni, and Italian seasoning.

Mix well.

Spread the pasta mixture evenly in the pan.

Image shows the sauce being added.

top with remaining cheese, pepperoni, and olives.

Cover with foil and bake for 20 minutes

here the toppings are being added.

Uncover and bake for an additional 10 minutes until heated through.

Cut into 12 equal servings.

A top down look at the recipe being prepped.


Looking for more ways to use lean ground turkey in all kinds of Weight Watchers recipes?

You’ll find recipes like these there which all use ground turkey to make incredible meals that the whole family will devour!

A look at the finished casserole fresh from the oven ready to eat.

If you are not on Weight Watchers you can always make whatever changes you like to the ingredients and toppings. This recipe is very forgiving and you can substitute gluten free or dairy free options where you need to as well!

Only those of you on myWW will need to make sure to pay attention to any changes you make. Using different kinds of cheese or pasta will change the point values so be sure to recalculate if you make changes!

A look at the finished weight watchers pepperoni pizza casserole ready to eat.

Printable Recipe For A Pizza Casserole:

Here’s the printable version of this easy-to-make pepperoni pizza casserole. It doesn’t matter if you are on Weight Watchers or not, the whole family will devour this dinner recipe without complaint.

It’s indulgent, easy to make, and lightened up with wholesome ingredients so that everyone can enjoy a new comfort food classic.

A close up of the recipe being served.

Weight Watchers Pepperoni Pizza Casserole

Yield: 12
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

Updated 11/17/21 for new program:


  • 1 lb lean ground turkey breast 99% lean
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil
  • 30 oz hunts tomato sauce or 2 cans 15 oz tomatoes with no added sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
  • 12 ounces rotini pasta low carb
  • 1 cup shredded reduced-fat mozzarella cheese
  • 1 cup no-fat mozzarella cheese
  • 32 slices of turkey pepperoni, divided (approx 2 oz)
  • 2 TBSP sliced black olives
  • top with additional zero point vegetables if you desire


  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Cook pasta according to package and drain.
  3. Heat olive oil over medium heat and saute ground turkey, onion, garlic, in a large skillet until meat is cooked.
  4. Drain.
  5. Spray a 9 x 13 pan with cooking spray.
  6. In a medium bowl mix cooked pasta, meat mixture, sauce, 1 cup of cheese, 16 pepperoni and Italian seasoning.
  7. Mix well.
  8. Spread pasta mixture evenly in pan.
  9. top with remaining cheese, pepperoni, and olives.
  10. Cover with foil and bake for 20 minutes
  11. Uncover and bake an additional 10 minutes until heated through.
  12. Cut into 12 equal servings.
  13. Enjoy!


Using canned tomato sauce, lean ground turkey (or chicken) and no fat cheese help make this a delicious low point casserole. If you use 99% fat-free turkey you can lower the points. The serving size is 1 cup. Serve with a low point side or green salad for a filling low point dinner.

Nutrition Information
Yield 12 Serving Size 1 cup
Amount Per Serving Calories 197Total Fat 10gSaturated Fat 4gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 5gCholesterol 61mgSodium 264mgCarbohydrates 8gNet Carbohydrates 0gFiber 1gSugar 1gSugar Alcohols 0gProtein 18g

As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts, WW points and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.

This recipe is not endorsed by Weight Watchers. Points were calculated with the WW app using ingredients as a courtesy. Please do your own calculations for ensured accuracy. Calculating points using nutrition info in this post is not recommended.

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  1. Where do you find the fat free mozzarella? I’ve had a really hard time finding reduced fat cheeses. Maybe I just don’t know what to look for.

    1. Hello. I have found it at Walmart and Meijer. If you can’t find it maybe use low-fat and decrease amount to keep the points lower. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Wendy Rogers says:

    Where are you finding low-fat or no fat Mozzarella cheese? Are you using just part skim? I am on WW and was looking for some new dinner options and this one sounds amazing. But I know if I don’t have the correct cheese the points will go up dramatically. Thank you!

  3. This was amazing. I wasn’t doing it as a weight watchers thing, just as recipe in general, and my whole family loved it. We had it for dinner last night, my husband and I had it for lunch today, and we have the last of the leftovers packed for lunch tomorrow. And I can’t wait to make it again!

  4. Allison Thrift says:

    If I use whole wheat rotini on the purple plan (0 points) would that bring the points down any?

  5. Amanda Lee says:

    One recipie says 12 oz of pasta the other says 8 oz of pasta what is the right one to use ? Then I see to use pasta sauce then another says diced tomatoes what one should we be using? Sorry I guess I seem to be the only one that sees the difference in the 2 the printable one says 8 oz then the one on the sight says 12 oz

    1. Thanks for noticing the discrepancy. When the recipe was updated some of the data didn’t transfer right. It should be fixed now. We appreciate it.

  6. Would the points be a lot more if I used ground beef? My family and I just don’t like the taste of ground turkey. I’m not sure how to calculate for the points (I’m on green) if I changed up the meat.

    1. The points will definitely change with ground beef. Would your family tolerate 1/2 turkey and 1/2 beef? That would help lower the point count.

    2. Michelle Reynolds says:


      I will use 96 lean and it will change but for me I will take the points!

  7. Purple Point correction to my prior comment. 3 Purple for 6 servings.

  8. I dont See where it lists the smart points. What’s 1-5-20.3 mean? ???? sorry! Looks tasty going to have tonight!

    1. Updated for new programs 1-5-20 (this is the date). 3 points per one-cup serving on all 3 plans. Blue – Purple – Green  is the points. THANKS

      1. If you use Wheat Rotini is would be 2 points (Purple) for 6 servings (per my calculator).

        Just FYI, in the first WEIGHT WATCHERS PEPPERONI PIZZA CASSEROLE INGREDIENTS, I didn’t see the pepperoni slices.

        Thank you for sharing.

  9. I made this for meal prep 2 weeks ago. I portioned it, kept a couple for lunches and froze the remaining containers. 1. I made several coworkers, both mine AND my husband’s, quite jealous of our lunches. 2. It freezes quite nicely! 3. It’s really very tasty! Thanks so much, this is going in my tried and true collection. (If I had such a collection in a pretend-highly organized land…)

  10. How many points would this be if you used less oil, or used sugar free, oil free sauce?

  11. Sandra Potter says:

    Enjoyed this recipe! Used whole grain/wheat pasta; Paul Newman’s Marinara Sauce because it is beautifully flavored and the rest as listed. My grandsons are cooking enthusiasts and I think they will nail this one! My husband wants this one added to the weekly rotation! It’s a hit. Thanks.

    1. Hi there. This is what I was thinking. How does the WW pasta change the point value? Thank you!

      1. Good question. I have never used WW pasta. You’ll have to recalculate the recipe with that as an ingredient. THANKS

  12. Would a serving be about a 1 cup? I prefer to measure mine out.

  13. I have homemade zero point marinara sauce would that work instead of pasta sauce?

  14. Can this be made in an instant pot. I just got one and am looking for ww freestyle smart point recipes

    1. That’s a good question. I am just starting to convert a few recipes to IP. I’ll add this one. Thanks!

  15. Can this be made ahead and frozen? If so please tell me what to do and what temp and how long to cook it from frozen
    Thank you

  16. I’ve noticed several of the WW pizza recipes say to use pasta sauce, not pizza sauce. Why is this? Ty!

    1. Jackie Flood says:

      what kind of lower calorie pasta?

      1. Fiber Gourmet Pasta – I purchase this online. High in fiber and lower in calories. Really like it

    2. @Michele Brosius,
      Making this right now with Muir pasta sauce. Smells so good!

  17. Very good! Used lower calorie pasta. Added mushrooms to the ground turkey, pasta & sauce mixture. Also added green peppers to the top. My husband had an additional 1/2 serving. This goes in my keeper file 🙂

  18. Jessica S. says:

    This was so tasty! I will definitely be making this again! ????????

  19. Most of your recipes have nutrional info. This one doesn’t and my daughter tracks calories, not SP. Do you have the nutrional info available?

    1. Thanks for stopping by Pamela. We are working on adding nutritional information to our recipes, but for now all we have is WW points. Thank you!

  20. ally watson says:

    This was sooooo good! Totally satisfied my pizza craving!!!