When it comes to cooking meals, nothing is easier than using a Crock Pot. You get to create a delicious home-cooked meal with minimal effort.
Just put all the ingredients into the pot, turn it on, and then come back in a few hours to a fantastic meal.
You are able to spend the whole day doing other tasks instead of cooking or thinking about what to cook.
What’s even better is that you are able to cook healthy and nutritious meals in your slow cooker too. For those of you following a Weight Watchers diet, you can create meals that will fit your diet plan and be filling.
Crock Pots are great for creating family meals, and with these recipes, you can cook healthy meals that will appeal to the pickiest of eaters.
This salsa chicken is so simple and easy to make, that it feels almost like a cheat that it is worth 0 points. All you need to do is cook chicken breast and your favorite salsa in a Crock Pot to get super tender and flavorful chicken.
It goes great on salads, burritos, or plain rice.
This chili is packed full of vegetables, and beans, it also has a little bit of heat to bring the whole dish together. You can add your favorite vegetables to make the recipe yours and top it with a spoon of low-fat sour cream.
For a healthy holiday side that is filled with flavors, this stuffing recipe is for you. It uses sourdough as bread so it is easier on the digestive system and ideal for those with gluten sensitivity.
On top of the wonderful combination of sage and butternut squash, this recipe also uses cranberries and celery to bring a nice tartness to the dish and texture.
This dessert is only 236 calories per serving and is super light and tasty. You get a nice sweetness from it and the warming spices of cinnamon and nutmeg.
You can use fresh peaches or defrosted ones for ease. The peach gives a nice sweet and sour flavor to this very pretty dessert.
We all know that Thai food is great, and slow cooker Thai food is no exception. This recipe is full of vegetables like cauliflower, red pepper, and carrot for taste and color.
Of course, there is also the flavor combination of coconut and peanut that is a signature of Thai food. You are able to make this dish as spicy as you like.
Cashews are one of the most versatile foods on the market and this recipe utilizes them in a fantastic way. You get juicy chicken with a hint of nuttiness which works perfectly with the sweet chili sauce and red pepper flakes.
Serve this chicken over rice or cauliflower rice for a carb-free version.
If you are looking for something spicier, this madras is it. The use of a slow cooker allows all the flavors to incorporate beautifully together and creates really tender beef.
This whole recipe is filled with wonderful spices but of course, you can alter the proportions of them to make this dish as spicy or mild as you like.
On those days in which you are feeling under the weather, all you want is a warming bowl of chicken noodle soap. Well, this recipe is very comforting and is only worth a couple of points.
This beloved family meal is easy to make and each serving only equates to about 214 calories. You get a wonderful moist loaf that also has vegetables like carrot and celery in it.
Instead of breadcrumbs, this recipe uses oats as a healthy alternative and also brings texture to the dish. It is recommended to line your Crock Pot with foil in order to help with the removal of the meatloaf.
This is the ultimate comfort food. It is creamy, cheesy, and has only 141 calories.
When making it you can blend it into as chunky or smooth as you like. You can also substitute half the cauliflower for broccoli for a flavor difference and some color.
Top this soup with some freshly cracked black pepper or red pepper flakes for some heat.
This recipe is great if you are expecting guests. You can create a burrito spread of whole wheat tortillas, tomatoes, green onions, and cheese for your guests to customize their burritos to their preferences.
Of course, the star of the show is this recipe that has juicy chicken, kidney beans, and spices.
When the cold weather starts to come in, there is nothing better than a bowl of chili. Well, this recipe somehow makes that experience even better by being worth 0 points.
It uses turkey but you can replace it with ground chicken. This recipe is ideal for freezing so you can have a delicious meal ready for you all winter.
This Korean chicken is sweet, spicy, and totally addictive. The sauce not only makes the chicken super flavorful, but it works in any meal. You can make lettuce wraps, tacos, or serve it with rice, no matter what it will taste fantastic.
Breakfast casseroles are the ultimate late breakfast food. And with this recipe, you can make one that is healthy, filling, and delectable.
This casserole is filled with all the breakfast staples, sausage, cheese, hashbrowns, and egg. Only this version uses turkey sausage as it is a leaner meat, and frozen hashbrowns for convenience.
Teriyaki chicken is one of the best flavors and this recipe takes it to another level with the inclusion of pineapple. It makes the whole dish sweet and helps you eat one of your five a day.
You can use a bottle of teriyaki sauce like this recipe does, or make your own. You can serve it with rice or noodles of your choice.
One of the best ways to cook lamb is in a slow cooker, you get tender lamb that falls apart when you cut into it. However, if you aren’t a fan of lamb, you can replace it with chicken in this recipe.
This stew has the flavor of leek and dijon mustard making it perfect for the cold weather.
Crock Pots already makes cooking easy, but this recipe takes it to a new level by using frozen hashbrowns. This means you don’t need to peel or boil a single potato to get this warming potato soup.
It also means you also don’t need to blend your soup at the end since the potato is already shredded.
Top this dish with turkey bacon and green onions for color and extra flavor.
This recipe is a real family pleaser. It includes chicken, corn, salsa, and the much-beloved taco seasoning.
At only 285 calories per serving, this is the perfect recipe for taco night. If you have any leftovers, it is also ideal for use in meal prep for the week.
There is nothing better than waking up and already having a warm breakfast ready to be served. This recipe is almost like eating dessert for breakfast, but at only 185 calories per serving, you don’t get half the guilt.
The cinnamon and apple in it make the whole house smell amazing as you leave it to cook overnight.
When it comes to meatball sauces, this one is up there. It uses hoisin sauce and honey to create a sticky, sweet, and savory sauce that works perfectly in lettuce wraps or on top of rice.
This recipe is perfect for meal prep as you can make lots of portions at once.
This recipe used vegetarian meatballs, but you can substitute them with your favorite low-fat meatballs if you want to.
For something so simple and tasty, this is a dish you must try. It is packed full of tomatoes and used red and yellow bell peppers in it for flavor difference.
The sausage is Italian-style turkey sausage and you can choose the level of heat you want them at.
For a carb-free serving suggestion, serve it over zoodles or spaghetti squash.
For only 5 ingredients, you get the easiest creamy chicken recipe that is only 275 calories. To make it so easy, you use an Italian dressing mix and cream of chicken soup for flavor. The dish is made even creamier with low-fat cream cheese.
You can serve this dish with your favorite noodle, this recipe recommends egg noodles.
For only 3 points, this recipe gives you a delicious soup that is deep in flavor and can keep you warm on a cold night.
The use of caramelized onions is what gives this soup its signature taste, and to make it even better, this recipe uses sherry. The sherry gives it a slightly sweet taste that pairs beautifully with the onion.
As well as food, you can make delicious drinks in a Crock Pot. This chai latte is one of our favorites to make when you are expecting lots of guests.
The Crock Pot can keep the drink warm all night long, and please anyone with the warming spices and vanilla.
By using unsweetened coconut milk, this latte is dairy-free and low in fat.
This colorful soup is only 131 calories per serving and is vegan-friendly. It is like a rainbow in a bowl with the use of carrots, onions, green beans, and tri-colored potatoes.
You can use fresh vegetables, but for convenience frozen vegetables work just as well.
It is packed full of nutrients from all the vegetables and isn’t lacking in any flavor. You can also customize it to feature your favorite vegetables or add some spices for heat.
This recipe is only 3 ingredients and is perfect for parties. All you need is reduced-fat cream cheese, corn, and a can of tomatoes. Although to make it really delicious, we recommend using your favorite spices in it.
Serve it with chopped-up carrots and cucumber, or some vegetable chips. This dish is easy to throw together and is a real crowd pleaser.
Sweet and sour is a great flavor combination and is something that a lot of people miss when starting a diet. This recipe tastes just as good as the chicken you order from a Chinese restaurant and is so easy to make.
The pineapple brings a sweet flavor, and the use of bell peppers brings a wonderful color. Serve this with rice or in some delicious lettuce wraps.
Being on a diet doesn’t mean you don’t get to treat yourself, and this recipe is so decadent while still being healthy. It uses cream cheese and greek yogurt to make the whole dish ridiculously creamy.
To make it even better, there are sundried tomatoes and spinach throughout the sauce.
Serve it with whole wheat pasta or zoodles.
Another dessert and this one is very versatile. You get super soft and flavorful apples, perfect for the fall season. It has raisins but you can replace them with other fruits or nuts of your liking.
These apples go beautifully with low-fat greek yogurt. If you are really craving a sweet dessert, you can also pair them with low-fat vanilla ice cream.
Buffalo cauliflower is one of the best side dishes, but this recipe is so good you can eat it by itself. It is spicy, cheesy, and keto-friendly.
Topped with bacon and green onions, this dish looks just as good as it tastes. For only 379 calories, you will forget you are on a diet with how delicious this is.
All of these recipes are beneficial for a Weight Watchers diet and can help you live a healthier life. They are filling and you don’t sacrifice any flavor for a healthy meal.
After a delicious meal, you will hopefully have leftovers for the next day, and little washing up to be done. It truly is one of the best ways to cook your food.
Frequently Asked Questions
Weight Watchers is a program that is used to help people live healthier lives or lose weight. They offer many plans based on height, weight, age, etc in order to give personalized plans to help people follow a healthy diet.
These plans are through a point system, where certain foods are worth points and the goal is to hit your daily point intake.
Yes, modern slow cookers are designed to be left alone safely. Just make sure that when it is left alone that it is on a clean flat surface and nothing is touching it. Tuck all of the cords away and keep any pets out of the kitchen.