20 Easy WW Breakfast Recipes with Smart Points

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Looking for fabulous WW breakfast recipes with smart points? Here are 20 of the best, easy to make and most delicious WW breakfast recipes with smart points.

There are so many tasty options to choose from there is no way you will get bored with these Weight Watchers breakfast ideas. Whether you are on day one of your journey or have been on your weight loss trek for a longer period of time, these breakfasts help make sticking to your diet and resolutions a breeze!

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1. Weight Watchers 0 Point Pancakes

 0 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of WellFloured
Easy Banana Pancakes - WW Breakfast Recipes
I made a promise to myself at the beginning of the year. This would be the year I get my weight under control. I was tired of trying on my own and never feeling successful.

As a food blogger, of course, I love food. I love everything about it. Searching for recipes, shopping for the best ingredients, cooking and photographing, and then yes the eating. But I always felt my eating was healthy. I don’t drink my calories in sodas or fancy coffee drinks. I almost never eat dessert, and I don’t make a habit of snacking between meals. But I do love my pancakes for breakfast.

2. Zero Point Muffin Tin Eggs

 0 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of YouBrewMyTea
Muffin Tin Eggs
These Zero Point Muffin Tin Eggs are a great option to meal prep just for easy zero point meals. Yes, if you are using the Weight Watchers FreeStyle Plan or FlexPlan, you’ll know that zero point foods are cropping up everywhere and this is going to be a new favorite.

These muffin tin eggs can be made with just eggs and veggies, but we prefer them with turkey sausage. Since traditional turkey sausage you buy in the store does have points, we are including the ingredients to make your own homemade turkey sausage.

3. Crustless Asparagus Quiche

 1 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of SkinnyMs.
If you are watching carbohydrates and calories, but want high protein, you really can’t do much better than this quiche. You’ll be getting a lot of vitamins as well. This delicious quiche is high in vitamins C, A, K, iron, and folate.

Making it crustless cuts out a lot of carbs and calories. Using more egg whites than yolks cuts down on the cholesterol and fat, while still supplying 7 grams of protein per serving. Not too bad for just 72 calories a slice!

4. WW Friendly Breakfast Casserole

 1 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of SlapDashMom
WW Friendly Breakfast Casserole
Have you started the Weight Watchers Freestyle program yet? If so, I hope you’re loving it as much as I am! One of my favorite things about freestyle is that eggs are ZERO points now. Because I love them, I have been getting very creative lately with my egg recipes. Hence, my Weight Watchers Breakfast Casserole.

5. Weight Watchers Breakfast Casserole Recipe

 2 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of MidlifeHealthyLiving
Instant Pot Breakfast Casserole - WW Breakfast Recipes
Is breakfast hard to manage and stay in your Weight Watchers Smartpoints? Check out our Instant Pot Weight Watchers Breakfast Casserole as a fast and delicious option. Not only can you have classic bacon and eggs for breakfast, but you can also make this recipe in just minutes!

Yes! We updated this post to include the newest version of Weight Watchers, the Freestyle program. In this case, the points are just 2 per serving! That makes this an awesome Weight Watchers breakfast!

6. Turkey Sausage and Cheddar Omelet

 2 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of EmilyBites
Turkey Sausage Cheddar Omelet
This Turkey Sausage and Cheddar Omelet makes a healthy, filling, low carb breakfast that’s packed with flavor. Making your own homemade turkey breakfast sausage is a snap (it just takes a minute or two to mix in a few seasonings) and it allows you to create a super lean sausage that tastes amazing.

This omelet is simple to put together and if you’re only making it for yourself you can easily whip up the sausage and then use it to make one omelet at a time for a few days. You can also customize this recipe by adding in your favorite vegetables or herbs or using your favorite cheese – it’s a great base recipe!

7. High Protein Breakfast Sandwich

 3 Freestyle Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of MidlifeHealthyLiving
Hearty High-Protein Breakfast Sandwich
I like to start the day off with a breakfast sandwich packed with protein. Protein gives me energy and keeps me feeling full longer than other foods. This hearty high protein sandwich is made from a few simple ingredients that taste great.

8. Cranberry Lemon Loaf

 3 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of DrizzleMeSkinny
Cranberry Lemon Loaf
I had some fresh cranberries left in my fridge and I did not want them to go to waste! I am always up for baking a loaf, I love a fresh slice out of the oven with a cup of tea in the afternoon. I was excited about this cranberry lemon loaf and it did not disappoint, sweet and tasty and just 3 smart points per serving. Bake one up today. I promise you’ll be happy you did.

9. 4-Ingredient Flourless Banana-Nut Pancakes

 4 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of SkinnyTasts
Flourless Banana-Nut Pancakes
EASY, healthy flourless pancakes, made with only FOUR ingredients, nuts, ripe bananas, and oats, plus a whole egg for a powerhouse of nutrition all in a quick breakfast! A perfect way to use up those ripe bananas.

Since these pancakes are essentially eggs, bananas, and oats, they won’t be as fluffy as traditional pancakes. For best results, the riper the banana the better as they turn out sweet without the need to add sugar. Cook them over low heat so they cook through in the center and gently turn them so they don’t break as they are more delicate. For the topping, you can drizzle a little raw honey, pure maple syrup or even great with nut butter.


 4 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of RecipeGirl
Banana Oatmeal Muffins - WW Breakfast Recipes
I’ve been making these muffins for a long time, and I finally got around to putting up new photos for them and sharing these muffins as new with you. And as the name indicates, they are definitely quick and easy to make. Bonus: they are a healthier muffin too.

The recipe creates exactly 9 Banana Oat Muffins. I know that might seem odd as most recipes are for a dozen muffins, but this one makes just nine. I personally like that about this recipe because I intend to eat just one muffin at a time.

11. Berry Breakfast Tacos

 5 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of PointedKitchen
Berry Breakfast Taco
A warm mini tortilla, spread with delicious chocolate spread and topped with mixed berries and sliced banana! I spotted a recipe for breakfast tacos recently in a magazine and they looked amazing. With the brands/ingredients that I used, each Berry Breakfast Taco worked out at 5 SmartPoints.

However, you can reduce these SmartPoints even further by using a different brand of tortilla and swapping the chocolate spread for some sugar-free chocolate sauce.

12. Sausage And Egg Breakfast Bowls

 5 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of Recipe-Diaries
Sausage and Egg Breakfast Bowls
These sausage and egg breakfast bowls come out to be 4 to 5 smart points depending on what type of cheeses you use. To top off the crispy hash browns, cook some scrambled eggs in a pan with about 1 ounce of turkey sausage and top with cheese! My favorite cheese so far has been the Tostitos medium con queso sauce. It’s only 1 smart point for 2 tablespoons. This meal takes less than 10 minutes to make too and will be done by the time your hash browns get done cooking!

13. Weight Watchers Strawberry French Toast

 6 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of ISaveAtoZ
WW Strawberry French Toast
If you’re on Weight Watchers, then you know that you should have a few favorite breakfast choices to be your “go-to” items in the morning. Well…now I have another choice to add to my list and it’s only 6 points per serving! I love having french toast for breakfast, but for some reason didn’t think it would fit well within my points. I WAS WRONG! Here is the mouth-watering recipe for Weight Watchers Strawberry French Toast!

14. WW Friendly Cappuccino Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins

 6 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of MealPlanningMommies
WW Friendly Cappuccino Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins – WW Breakfast Recipes
These Cappucino Chocolate Chip muffins are great for breakfast or dessert! By pairing down the amount of sugar, flour and oil and substituting those ingredients with lots of oats, applesauce, fat-free milk, and brewed coffee, you can enjoy 3 of these mini muffins for just 5 MyWW purple points or 6 MyWW Green or Blue points. Don’t have a mini muffin pan? No problem. You can bake these as regular sized muffins and swap out the three mini muffins for one regular-sized muffin.

15. Banana Bread Overnight Oats

 7 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of Hungry-Girl
Healthy Banana-Bread Overnight Oats Recipe
Rise & dine! Did you know that people who skip breakfast tend to weigh more than those who eat a morning meal? Embracing these all-natural a.m. recipes is today’s small change with a big result! These tasty make-ahead meals will be your new BFFs.

For all-natural results in these recipes, use pure extracts. And stick to natural no-calorie sweetener, like stevia.

16. Breakfast Quinoa With Fruit

 7 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of LaaLoosh
Breakfast Quinoa with Fruit
I enjoy breakfast cereals, but I like to have my breakfast cereals a little “spruced up”. I like my oatmeal to have plenty of fruit added for sweetness and for flavor. I love to add rhubarb sauce to my oatmeal, bananas, blueberries, strawberries or anything I happen to have on hand. I decided to switch up my breakfast cereals a little bit by making some quinoa. I made quinoa with milk this time and then sweetened it with a little bit of honey.

Add fresh fruit on top and you have a delicious breakfast that is packed with protein, fiber, and flavor. I added blueberries, bananas, apples, and a few almonds to mine, but you can use any fruit you have on hand. If you like quinoa, make up a couple of cups and then put it in the fridge. Just heat it and add your toppings for a quick breakfast. If you’re not a huge fan of quinoa, but as the change from the typical oatmeal, mix the quinoa and rice to make a risotto. It lightens the flavor of the quinoa, but you still get a delicious change from the typical breakfast cereals.

17. Blackberry and Chia Breakfast Pudding

 8 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of SkinnyMs.
Blackberry and Chia Breakfast Putting Recipe
At SkinnyMs., we love easy breakfast recipes! Eating breakfast jumpstarts your metabolism and gives your body the energy it needs to get through the day. It’s easier to get in the habit of eating breakfast if you have a few go-to quick breakfast recipes.

This blackberry and chia breakfast pudding fits the bill. You can make most of it at night, which means you can wake up, grab it from the fridge, and head out the door. Plus, it’s as healthy as it is easy. Greek yogurt is a fantastic source of protein and coconut milk is a great source of healthy fats. Tiny chia seeds are a great source of both protein and healthy fats, as well as antioxidants.

18. Strawberry Oatmeal

 8 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of WeightWatchers
Strawberry Oatmeal
In this creamy version of a breakfast staple, oatmeal is flavored with cinnamon-sugar and topped with fresh fruit. If fresh strawberries aren’t in season, the frozen kind makes an excellent substitute. A splash of lemon juice can also brighten “less than ripe” strawberries and help their natural sweetness shine. And if your berries are extra-ripe, you might even want to omit the extra sugar. This high-fiber morning meal will be ready in minutes, yet leave you feeling full for hours.

19. Healthy Huevos Rancheros

 9 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of EverydayMaven
Healthy Huevos Rancheros
Let’s get it out of the way and make it clear, this is my interpretation of Huevos Rancheros. An interpretation based on what was available in my refrigerator and pantry when a friend graciously gave me half a dozen unbelievably fresh eggs from his very own chickens. An interpretation that came out delicious enough to serve you up the recipe!

This makes a perfect hearty weekend breakfast. You can (and should) prepare the Guacamole and Black Bean Salsa Smash ahead of time. Once the Guacamole and Black Bean Salsa Smash are done, all that is left to do is fry the eggs and assemble!

20. Baked Oatmeal Casserole

 9 Smart Points 
Photo and WW Breakfast Recipes compliments of SkinnyMs.
Baked Oatmeal Casserole Recipe - WW Breakfast Recipes
Casseroles can be amazing breakfasts. Change up your morning routine; make a baked oatmeal casserole. It has tons of fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals, and it’s way more fun than plain oatmeal! Strawberries, apple, and honey are naturally sweet, so you can satisfy your sweet tooth guilt-free.

This casserole also freezes well, which makes it perfect for busy mornings. Bake it in oven tins to freeze individual portions. The next time you need a sweet, hearty breakfast, heat one up and your day is off to a great start.

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