If you are looking to keep your resolution to eat healthier or to lose weight, here are six chicken recipes that you will want to sink your teeth into. There’s no need to eat bland diet food when you have these recipes in your arsenal.
The blogger behind each recipe has done all of the hard work for you when it comes to creating a delicious recipe and calculating Weight Watchers points. They have each done their best to calculate them as closely as possible. To get the recipe for each one, simply click on the names beneath the pictures.
Chicken in the Instant Pot
This recipe will put your Instant Pot to good use. You can use either fresh or frozen chicken breasts to make this zero freestyle points hit! You’re going to want to visit Bintu’s blog, Recipes From A Pantry, because she thoroughly covers how to use your Instant Pot and gives you tips on how to cook perfect chicken breasts.
Trust me – you’ll be visiting her site over and over.
With ZERO freestyle points, these bowls from Bintu would be perfect for prepping on Sunday and taking to work. Not only do these meal prep bowls work on a WW diet, but they are also great for low carb diets, keto diets, and gluten-free diets. They’re a win-win-win!
Chicken in the Air Fryer
Now that you have an air fryer, the question of “What to make in an air fryer” is Chicken Thighs. Each serving is 4 freestyle points and is also gluten-free, low carb, and keto-friendly. Go ahead and invite your dieting friends over. This recipe will be great for everyone.
Chicken on the Grill
Doesn’t this healthy BBQ Beer Can Chicken look absolutely delish? Because most of the fat drips off and you don’t have to douse it in bbq sauce, each serving has been guesstimated to be about 3 points.
Chicken in the Oven
A combination of hoisin, barbecue sauce, and ginger help to make this magical chicken dish that comes in at 5 WW Freestyle points. Serve with some cauliflower rice (0 – points) and some green beans or a simple side salad and dinner is done.
Chicken on the Stove
This recipe for chicken quesadillas makes good use of leftover/rotisserie chicken. Sandwich the chicken in between two tortillas with a few other ingredients, heat on the stove (or in a quesadilla maker), and you have a tasty quesadilla that is approximately 4 smart points.
What’s your favorite Weight Watchers chicken recipe?