Weight Watchers Weekly Meal Plan (Mar 27 – Apr 2)

Weight Watchers Friendly Meal Planning Ideas

I typically send out an email every Friday outlining my Weight Watchers friendly dinner plans for the upcoming week, which I also archive here on my blog. This practice serves a dual purpose of keeping me accountable for my meal choices while also potentially benefiting others seeking meal inspiration. By sharing my weekly dinner plans, I hope to provide a helpful resource for those in search of meal planning ideas or looking to add variety to their diet.

The Benefits of Weekly Meal Planning

Planning and preparing meals in advance can make a significant difference in avoiding unhealthy eating habits. When you have a clear idea of what you’ll be cooking for the week and have already stocked up on the necessary ingredients, you’re less likely to give in to the temptation of grabbing fast food or ordering takeout. By planning your meals ahead of time, you also have more control over what you’re eating and can make healthier choices.

Meal planning and grocery shopping also can save you time and money in the long run. Instead of wandering aimlessly through the grocery store, you can make a list of the items you need and stick to it, avoiding impulse purchases and unnecessary spending.

Every time I get out of the meal planning habit and resort to take-out, restaurants, and snacking on junk, it’s amazing how crappy I feel and how quickly the pounds pack on.

The Key to Eating Well is Cooking

When you’re trying to eat well, not cooking isn’t an option. At least for me anyway. There are just too many unknowns (hidden sugar, flour, fats, chemicals, points), too many temptations, and portions are way too large for you to routinely eat well on take-out or pre-made food.

The Key to Consistent Cooking is Planning

In the beginning meal planning can be a huge chore. The key is finding an approach that works for you over the long haul. If you are struggling with meal planning here are 3 great meal planning resources to help:

My Month of Meal Month of Meal Plans eBook
My WW friend Alisha’s 12-Week eCookbook and Meal Planner and Table for Two Meal Planner and eCookbook

This Week’s WW Meal Plan Suggestions with WW Points:

What Do I Eat for Breakfast on WW?

Most days my breakfast is something quick like an english muffin with almond butter, avocado toast, cottage cheese with fruit, eggs, yogurt with fruit, oatmeal or a smoothie, depending on my mood and the season.

What Do I Eat for Lunch on WW?

Lunch is usually leftovers or some combination of soup / sandwich / salad.

This week I am planning to make…

Easy Glazed Salmon

Easy Glazed Salmon – This easy healthy and delicious 5-ingredient glazed salmon, perfect for Weight Watchers, comes from the talented southern healthy trim & terrific cookbook author, Holly Clegg. It’s a winner, both for how easy it is to make, and delicious it is to eat. Even people who say they don’t like salmon like this Easy Glazed Salmon Recipe. I’m planning to serve it with parmesan roasted asparagus.

Easy 5-Ingredient Chicken Rice Casserole

5-Ingredient Chicken Wild Rice Casserole – With just a handful of simple pantry ingredients this creamy casserole is comfort food at its best. One of my husband’s favorites. I love how quick and easy it is to make. I’m planning to serve it with a simple salad.

Easy English Muffin Tuna Melts – These open face tuna melt sandwiches serve two and make a nice light, simple lunch or supper. They are the perfect way to elevate your basic tuna sandwich into a sensational one. I will serve them with vegetable soup or tomato soup, either from a can or homemade.

Pita Bread Pizza

Pizza made with 2-Ingredient Dough or tortilla pizza or pita pizza, depending on what I have on hand. I’ll make a simple green salad to serve alongside.

Cottage Cheese Power Pancakes

Breakfast for Dinner: Cottage Cheese Power Pancakes – To find the balance between what is good for your body and what tastes good can be tricky. For me, these cottage pancakes do a great job of satisfying my body’s need for a protein and my taste bud’s desire for pancakes. I’ll serve them with fruit alongside.

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I hope this helps you with your own meal planning this week 🙂

*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.

Tired of trying to decide what to cook?

If you are struggling with meal planning here are 2 great meal planning resources to help:

My Month of Meal Month of Meal Plans eBook
My WW friend Alisha’s 12-Week eCookbook and Meal Planner and Table for Two Meal Planner and eCookbook

Customer Testimonials

I can’t tell you how thrilled we were with your menu posted this week! We are on vacation and in a condo for five weeks. Keeping meals simple. I made both the chicken broccoli pie and the broccoli cheese soup for the first time this week. Both were a big hit. Then last night we had your Caribbean Jerk Chicken which is a definite favorite. Made your lasagna soup last week!!! Yum!

I am so thankful I found your website and continue to try new things. I started WW March 2020 (online only) and have lost almost 30 lbs. and am at my goal! Slow and steady wins the race!!! (Just like the tortoise and the hare).

Thank you for all your encouraging emails and wonderful recipes. We’ve been married almost 47 years. When I first found “my friend Martha” as all my friends know you by, my husband said “you’ve always been a good cook but we never tried so many different things!” He loves your recipes also!!!

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!!!!! ~ Joyce

I bought the Table for Two eCookbook and I love it! It saved me from giving up on my weight loss journey. The meals are delicious and so easy to cook. Having a weekly grocery list, recipes and instructions with pictures readily accessible has taken so much stress off of me in meal planning. I was tired of cooking recipes that had multiple servings and eating the left overs several times during the week. My husband loves the Table for Two recipes and he doesn’t even need to lose weight! I have recommended your site to several friends on the same journey and they love your recipes too. Thank you for all your hard work in making meal planning so easy! ~ Barbara

Hi Martha – I cannot begin to thank you enough for my month of meals. We (my husband and I) have only had the first week, but WOW, what great meals! I can’t wait for the second week. You have a customer for life! ~ Sharon S.

I bought the 12 Week eCookbook and Meal Planner by Alisha Hughes from Meal Planning Mommies. It is great 12 weeks with a shopping list which is wonderful. I just make a copy of the list and go shopping for the week. ~ Roberta R.

More Weight Watchers Meal Planning Ideas

Weight Watchers Weekly Meal Plan (Mar 6 – Mar 12)
Weight Watchers Weekly Meal Plan (Feb 27 – Mar 5)
Weight Watchers Weekly Meal Plan #94 Updated to New Points!

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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