Zucchini noodles a.k.a. Zoodles are an excellent way to reduce carbs, calories, and points in any recipe. These are some of the best Weight Watchers zoodle recipes available. Zoodle recipes are quick and easy to make with a spiralizer and they even cut down on cooking time!
A lot of these meals can be on the table in less than 30 minutes!
Why do you like zoodle recipes?
I’ve found that zoodle recipes are a great way to make sure I can enjoy my favorite recipes without going over my Weight Watchers points! Thanks to the Freestyle program most of the vegetables that we use to make zoodles are free! That means that for all of these recipes there is a large portion of the recipe that doesn’t have any points.
13 Of The Best Weight Watchers Zoodle Recipes
Chicken Zoodle Soup – Midlife Healthy Living | There’s nothing more comforting than chicken noodle soup. This healthier and low carb version has all the great flavors and textures you are craving but without all the unnecessary noodles!
Steak Fajita Zoodles from My Crazy Good Life | Fajitas usually require some tortillas, instead of wasting points or carbs on flour or corn tortillas you can have a filling and delicious meal that has a base of zoodles! These steak fajita zoodles have amazing flavors and are perfect for these summer grilling nights ahead!
Asian Sesame Zucchini Noodles Slender Kitchen | If you love takeout this recipe will save you money and calories! Such a delicious recipe and tasty enough that the whole family will be begging you to make this!
Zoodle Chicken Teriyaki KitchMe | Teriyaki chicken is one of my favorite flavors so naturally I was excited about this low carb version with zoodles! Making zoodle recipes for the whole family is easy when they’re this delicious.
Zucchini noodle salad with tomatoes corn and basil Weight Watchers | This zoodle recipe from Weight Watchers is a great choice. It’s packed with so many fresh vegetables and it looks great for any party or event! The perfect summer picnic food dish!
Skinny Garlic Parm Noodles Skinny Kitchen | The Italian flavors I love without the starchy carbs. I love when there are indulgent recipes available with low carb and low point alternatives. This recipe feels like such a treat but it’s still healthier than the original!
Pesto Zoodles Carrie Elle | If you love pesto you have to try these pesto zoodles from Carrie Elle. She is whipping up some delicious recipes that are perfect for Weight Watchers, 21 Day Fix, and more!
Zucchini Noodle Alfredo Hungry Girl | An alfredo recipe that you can enjoy without all the carbs, calories, and points?! Yes please! Check out this healthy alfredo recipe, it’s going to quickly become one of your favorite zoodle recipes.
Italian Turkey Meatball Zoodles Meal Planning Mommies | There’s nothing more classic than meatballs and spaghetti…here’s a lightened up version with turkey meatballs and zoodles! The perfect family dinner recipe.
Zucchini Noodles with Shrimp Laughing Spatula | My husband loves seafood so I’m always looking for healthy ways to work shrimp and other seafood into our diets. This is a great low carb dinner recipe that we all love to eat!
Tuna Zucchini Noodle Bake SkinnyMs. | We were just chatting the other day about needing to find ways to work more tuna into our diets. Then I stumbled upon this recipe! It’s a great way to mix things up a bit without having to go right to the pastas!
Crab Zoodle Bake The Holy Mess | Another delicious seafood zoodle recipes option! Zoodles are so versatile, they can replace just about any pasta with ease.
Thai Pork Stir-Fry Recipe Girl | Finding great ways to work in new flavors and recipes is easy thanks to zoodle recipes like this!
Do I have to make my zoodles out of zucchini?
No! Zoodles started out as just zucchini noodles but in reality you can use all kinds of veggies for zoodles. Carrots, beets, and even sweet potatoes make awesome zoodles. I’ve made some delicious fajita stir fry recipes with spiraled onions, and even cucumbers!
How do I keep my zoodles from getting mushy and wet?
Vegetable zoodles are going to have a tendency to get wet and mushy but you can combat that with some smart moves…don’t overcook. Zoodles are not going to need all the cooking time of their diced or sliced counterparts because they’re in small strands which will cook quickly.
To avoid excess water you can pat them dry after spiralizing and be sure not to add too much salt. Salt will draw moisture out of veggie zoodles!