The Best Weight Watchers Zero & Low Point Breakfast Recipes
Weight Watchers Zero Point & Low Point Breakfast Recipes
For many folks who are trying to eat better breakfast a healthy breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Looking for delicious zero point recipes or low point Weight Watchers breakfast recipes? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve pulled together this amazing list of delicious healthy weight watchers recipes and breakfast ideas all with 4 Points or less.
The Weight Watchers Program offers an extensive list of Zero Point Foods perfect for breakfast such as eggs, egg whites, fresh fruit, vegetables, tofu, lean meat, fish, beans and non fat dairy such as plain fat free yogurt and cottage cheese. Thee ingredients can form the foundation of a wide array of healthy morning meals.
There are many reasons why it is a great idea to start your day with a zero points or low points breakfast. First, they are nourishing providing you excellent fuel to power your day. When I eat a good breakfast I am much less likely to snack during the day and much more likely to stay within my daily points budget.
Zero point meals set you up for a successful rest of your day. They leave you with plenty of wiggle room to deal with unexpected events that may require extra points, such as a last minute lunch or dinner out.
You can also use these zero point breakfast recipes and low point recipes to help you on days when you know you’ll need more points later in the day, or when your weekly points allowance is running low.
Breakfast Recipes with 0 WW Points
Fresh Fruit Salad is a great way to kick off the day. Brimming with flavor, texture and color, fruit salad is one of my favorite WW recipes that doesn’t require a recipe 🙂 Just use whatever combination of fresh fruit you have on hand. There are so many options to choose from: melon, oranges, grapefruit, grapes, apples, bananas, kiwi, berries, peaches, pears, etc. Or create a tropical fruit salad by combining fresh papaya, mango, pineapple, bananas and grated coconut!
2-Ingredient Banana Pancakes – These delicious and unbelievably simple skinny pancakes are best enjoyed right after cooking. With just eggs and a banana, you can have zero point pancakes. Many folks like to add ⅛ tsp. of baking powder and flavorings such as vanilla and cinnamon to this popular Weight Watchers recipe. (found at Eating Well)
Banana Syrup (Pancake & French Toast Topping) – Mashed banana with vanilla and cinnamon, heated until warm. It is a luxurious sugar free healthy alternative to traditional pancake and french toast toppings (found at Snack Girl)
Zero Point Applesauce (Instant Pot or Stovetop) – A great way to enjoy this sugar-free applesauce is swirled into fat free plain Greek yogurt as an easy healthy zero point breakfast or dessert. If you prefer a little more sweetness drizzle with your favorite sugar-free syrup. (found at The Pointed Kitchen)
Southwest Black Bean Breakfast Egg Muffins – Packed with eggs, black beans, red pepper, onion, and a touch of jalapeno for a spicy and hearty egg muffin that’s only 75 calories! Make them on the weekend and eat them all week for breakfast. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Tofu Scramble – A tofu scramble is almost as simple as an egg scramble. You crumble the tofu, heat it for about 8 minutes, and add spices. The tofu is already “cooked” so all you are doing is heating it up and releasing some of the water so it is more solid. A great plant based alternative. (found at Snack Girl)
Turkey Breakfast Sausage Patties – These turkey breakfast sausage patties are so good, this recipe is simple and is all about those spices! It is best if you make these up the night before to let the spices really soak into the meat but if time does not allow they are still delicious. (found at Drizzle Me Skinny)
Shakshuska – If you are looking for a satisfying breakfast, brunch, or even lunch or supper that works really well with the WW Program, you can’t go wrong with this recipe. Who knew eggs cooked in tomato sauce cooked be so delicious and satisfying? It has quickly become one of my favorite recipes for its ease and versatility. (found at The Pointed Kitchen)
Muffin Tin Eggs – If you want an easy make-ahead breakfast, these Weight Watchers Egg Muffins are ideal! Not only do they work with WW Plans, but they are also a fast, easy, and protein-packed breakfast that is sure to please! Though the recipe calls for turkey sausage, chopped turkey bacon or Canadian bacon would also work well. (found at You Brew My Tea)
Bell Peppers with Chickpea Mash, Eggs & Harissa – This flavor-packed recipe is a nice change of pace from the usual fried egg breakfast, plus you start your day with a serving of vegetables right out of the gate. A delicious low carb way to begin the day. (found at Weight Watchers)
Easy Sugar Free Banana Souffle – This personal size Banana Soufflé Recipe is a delicious healthy treat. Best of all, it’s zero Weight Watchers points for most members. (This recipe does have points for diabetic members only.) Though developed for dessert it has become one of my favorite delicious breakfast recipes. (found at The Holy Mess)
Favorite Breakfast Recipes with 1 WW Point
2-Ingredient Banana Oat Cookies – Today I’m excited to be sharing a longtime favorite with Weight Watchers: 2-ingredient banana oat cookies with no added sugar! They are a gluten-free, versatile plant-based recipe great for breakfasts and snacks. I’ve been making them for years. If you’ve got overripe bananas and oats (old fashioned or quick cooking) on hand, you can make cookies that feel like a real treat for just one point. I like to eat them with a piece of fruit or small cup of yogurt for a satisfying breakfast meal. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Breakfast Tostadas – These easy Breakfast Tostadas are so filling and flavorful, you’re going to want to eat them every day. Topped with a thick layer of seasoned refried beans, hearty scrambled eggs, buttery avocado, juicy tomatoes and salsa, and a bright, acidic squeeze of lime over top, they’re a flavor explosion! Perfect for vegetarians and gluten free too. (found at Emily Bites)
Easy Egg Salad – A simple and delicious easy egg salad recipe you can modify lots of ways. One of my favorite easy, healthy make ahead breakfast ideas. I love it on a toasted light English muffin, low calorie bread or crisp bread/cracker bread.
Light & Healthy Apple Pie Parfait – Looking for a simple breakfast or snack, or even a decadent yet light dessert with the flavors of apple pie? We’ve got you covered. You’ll love this healthy apple pie yogurt parfait. It’s easy to make using simple ingredients with a lot fewer calories than apple pie! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
4-Ingredient Microwave Mug Frittata – This streamlined mug frittata serves one and clocks in well under 5 minutes from start to finish—giving you the opportunity to nourish body, mind and spirit before stepping out the door for the day. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Salmon Omelet in a Mug – When time is tight, this morning omelette in a mug is the way to go for a high protein, low calorie, low carb breakfast. This recipe calls for salmon, but you could add any cooked protein or vegetable you prefer. I love mug meals for breakfast, lunch or supper, because there is basically no clean up except the cup! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Skinny Western Omelet Muffins – These make ahead Western Omelet Muffins make it easy to enjoy a light and healthy breakfast on the go. Another great meal prep recipe that’s really low in WW Points. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Favorite Healthy Breakfast Recipes with 2 WW Points
Easy Kodiak Cake Muffins – As a longtime lifetime WW and muffin lover, these light and healthy Kodiak Cakes Muffins are a new favorite. They help me indulge my cravings while staying on track. They are slightly sweet and satisfying, keeping me full for hours. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Skinny Cheese Baked Ham & Egg Cups – A quick and easy breakfast idea fancy enough for guests and perfect for meal prep. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
WW Crepes Recipe – This simple 5-ingredient WW friendly crepe recipe has just 62 calories! Use them to wrap around all kinds of fillings for breakfast, brunch, lunch or supper. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
WW Instant Pot Egg Bites – If you are addicted to Starbucks egg bites, then you need to try this weight watchers instant pot egg bite recipe (just 1 weight watchers point per egg bite!). The version I made is cheddar broccoli egg bites, but this recipe is extremely flexible. Use whatever fillings you like best. (found at Drizzle Me Skinny)
WW Individual Ham, Cheese, & Veggie Frittatas – As soon as I saw this recipe for Weight Watchers individual ham cheese veggie frittatas in a recent Weight Watchers Weekly, I knew I wanted to give them a try. Last night was the night. I love having breakfast for supper every once in a while—a holdover from when I was a kid and it seemed like such a treat. A layer of defrosted frozen hash brown potatoes forms the crust for these easy ham, cheese and veggie mini frittatas. How clever is that? (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Favorite Healthy Recipes for Breakfast with 3 WW Points
Blueberry Bran Muffin Tops – I think you’ll quickly fall in love with these bran muffin tops. Studded with fresh blueberries and lightly sweetened with a touch of brown sugar, each top has less than 100 calories. While Starbucks blueberry muffin (which is obviously much larger in size), clocks in with 360 calories and 15 (green, blue and purple) myWW SmartPoints. Talk about a delicious lighter healthier alternative! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Breakfast Banana Split – Super easy, this dish makes for a tasty satisfying no-cook breakfast that comes together in minutes and is perfect for Weight Watchers of all ages. This easy healthy breakfast couldn’t be easier to prepare. Just arrange sliced banana, cottage cheese and toppings on a plate or in a bowl. Change out the toppings to suit your tastes and what is in season. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Cinnamon Apple Baked Oatmeal Muffin Cups – A great alternative to traditional porridge style oats, individual oatmeal muffin cups are a particular favorite. They are easy to make, perfectly portioned controlled, and freeze beautifully. Heartier and denser than traditional muffins, they are delicious warm from the oven, at room temperature or cold from the fridge. You can also reheat them for a few seconds in the microwave, making them great for weekly meal planning. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Impossibly Easy Zucchini Pie – Lighter than quiche, this dish is super-simple to toss together. It would make a perfect Vegetarian meal prep breakfast. Bake it on Sunday and enjoy it all week. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Microwave Mug Flax Muffin – Simple and delicious. All you need is 4 ingredients, a mug and a microwave (affiliate link). So easy! A healthy, tasty, satisfying way to begin your day. I love that this easy healthy recipe can be modified so many ways. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Oatmeal Raisin Mug Muffin – Are you looking for a fun oatmeal recipe that’s delicious and doesn’t require a bowl and spoon? You’ll definitely want to check out this protein-packed Single-Serve Oatmeal Raisin Microwave Mug Muffin! It’s a delicious alternative to the more traditional warm oatmeal porridge and can be easily varied to suit your tastes and what you have on hand. I’m actually tempted to put this on repeat for the next several mornings—but making some minor ingredient swaps each time. It’s that easy and good! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
WW Vintage Cottage Cheese “Danish” – A vintage Weight Watchers recipe – once known as the “not-so-Danish pastry” – which is deliciously satisfying, provided you like cottage cheese. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Delicious Recipes for Breakfast with 4 WW Points
BLT Avocado Toast – Talk about a good breakfast meal, this delicious toast is topped with fresh avocado, hard-boiled egg, tomato, bacon crumbles, sprouts and everything bagel seasoning. If you have had boiled eggs on hand you can assemble this easy healthy breakfast in minutes. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Raspberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats – Looking for a light yet tasting satisfying way to start your day? Treat yourself to breakfast with these yummy overnight oats made extra special with the addition of cheesecake flavored Jell-o instant pudding mix and fresh raspberries! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Sugar Free Microwave Apple Pie Oatmeal – If you’re a fan of those instant packets of apples and cinnamon oatmeal, you’re gonna love this homemade microwave version packed with real apple that’s reminiscent of apple pie. Tasty and satisfying, it’s so good I’ve had it for breakfast the past three mornings! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Need an Easy Zero Point Breakfast or Low Point Breakfast that Doesn’t Require a Recipe?
Here are some healthy easy breakfast ideas perfect for busy mornings when there’s not enough time for a full recipe:
Fresh Fruit: Bananas, Apples, Oranges, Pears, Berries, Pineapple, etc.
Individual servings of Unsweetened Applesauce
Defrosted Frozen Fruit: Berries, Cherries, Pineapple Chunks, etc.
Plain fat free greek yogurt
Thin sliced deli turkey breast or chicken breast
Scrambled Eggs with no added fat
Fruit Salad with a dollop or two of plain fat free yogurt or cottage cheese
Low point leftovers
Air-popped popcorn with a piece of fruit
*Points® calculated by WW. *PointsPlus® and SmartPoints® calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc. All recipe ingredients except optional items included in determining nutritional estimates. SmartPoints® values calculated WITHOUT each plan’s ZeroPoint Foods (Green plan, Blue plan, Purple plan) using the WW Recipe Builder.
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Martha is the founder and main content writer for Simple-Nourished-Living.
A longtime lifetime WW at goal, she is committed to balancing her love of food and desire to stay slim while savoring life and helping others do the same.
She is the author of the Smart Start 28-Day Weight Loss Challenge.
A huge fan of the slow cooker and confessed cookbook addict, when she’s not experimenting in the kitchen, you’re likely to find Martha on her yoga mat.
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