Looking for Weight Watchers beef recipes? We’ve gathered 20 of the best to help you plan your meals in advance and stick to your health goals without boring your taste buds.
If you’re unfamiliar, Weight Watchers is a point-based diet that is especially popular among people who are looking to steadily lose weight by making reasonable adjustments to their eating habits. The diet began back in 1963 and has since evolved into what we now have today.
Weight Watchers has several plans that users can choose from depending on what level of accountability that they are most comfortable with; the Smart Points system, for example, allocates points on certain foods to create a daily or weekly food budget.
It’s quite similar to macro tracking, except whole foods are designated with lower points (some are even considered “ZERO pointers!”) compared to processed and high-sugar foods to encourage healthier food choices.
We use these 20 Weight Watchers beef recipes every month in our home and sometimes more than once. Try them and I am sure you will love them too.
1. One-Pot Cabbage Casserole – 5 Points
One-Pot Cabbage Casserole
Are you a Weight Watchers Beef Recipes and cabbage fan? Some are and some aren’t. My husband and I love cabbage, and we love this recipe for One-Pot Cabbage Casserole that both he and I grew up having. It’s filled with ground beef, rice, tomatoes, cheese, and of course, cabbage.
It’s super easy for any night of the week and just as special for a Sunday dinner. Plus, it is cooked up all in one pot with no need to bake it in the oven. Photo and Recipe from the Diary Of A Recipe Collector
Classic kid food, I sometimes get an unexplained craving for Sloppy Joes, usually around this time of year.
Making regular appearances on the school cafeteria menu, for some reason, I associate them with cooler weather and Halloween. I think Mom must have served them once before we headed out trick-or-treating and the connection in my brain stuck.I don’t know about you, but when I want sloppy joes, I’m not interested in an ingredient list as long as my arm. We’re talking sloppy joes for goodness sake. But I don’t make them often enough to keep a canned sauce, such as Manwich, in my pantry either. Photo and Recipe from the Simple Nourished Living
I used steak from our local beef mart. It tasted amazing, but it was not the leanest cut of meat. When I swapped it out for flank steak (very lean meat) in the recipe builder and it was just 3 WW Smart Points for 4 ounces.
Pay attention to the kind of steak you are getting. I used the lean flank steak in this recipe to bring the smart points down. This is one of our favorite Weight Watchers Beef Recipes and you simply have to try this one. Photo and Recipe from the Meal Planning Mommies
I’m excited to share this new Weight Watchers Beef Recipes soup with you guys – it’s just one of those classic, feel-good, comfort food recipes, ya know? This recipe tastes straight-up like something you’d find simmering away for hours on your grandma’s stove but, guess what?! It’s actually a quick recipe to make!
The ingredients are simple and it makes a ton of food. Leftovers are delicious too! My Tomato, Beef, and Macaroni soup recipe will keep you cozy all season long. It makes 8 hearty servings at 275 calories each and 6 WW SmartPoints on both the blue and green WW plans. Photo and Recipe from the Rachels Healthy Plate
Weight watcher friendly Crockpot Salsa verde beef recipe! This slow cooker main dish has only smart points per serving and is loved by so many people! Low carb, Paleo, Whole30 approved easy dinner recipe. Great for beginners and has only 3 ingredients! Photo and Recipe from the Top Meal
A healthy goulash recipe is perfect for busy weeknight dinners. This Weight Watchers goulash with corn is quick, easy, and delicious. One of my favorite goulash traditional recipes with plenty of protein, veggies, and flavor. Photo and Recipe from Mid Life Healthy Living
9. Pot Roast Crock Pot Weight Watchers Beef Recipe – 5 Points
Pot Roast Crock Pot Weight Watchers Beef Recipe
The best meals in my home are fast, hot, easy and inexpensive. This Crock-Pot dish by Weight Watchers is all that and healthy too! Rich and tender beef, SO many veggies… This is the way to do pot roast RIGHT. Second helpings are encouraged! Photo and Recipe from Marilyns Treats
Cheeseburger Soup is my new favorite soup! Your house will smell amazing and this soup tastes amazing. Who wouldn’t like creamy cheesy soup with your favorite cheeseburger fixings on top? I’m pretty positive you won’t even miss the bun!
Burgers are one of my favorite foods to eat in the Summertime and now that it is starting to transition over to Fall, this is the perfect alternative to a cheeseburger. Photo and Recipe from the Recipe Diaries
Casseroles are oh-so-cozy, but they’re usually not very healthy. This version of the Italian classic, however, can fit into any Weight Watchers program easily. Full of meat, cheese, and vegetables, you’d never guess this is a lightened-up recipe!
Pair it with salad and crostini to create the perfect dinner for two. Photo and Recipe from the SkinnyMS
12. Weight Watchers Crock Pot Italian Beef – 5 Points
Weight Watchers Crock Pot Italian Beef
It’s always funny to me that Italian Beef isn’t a thing everywhere. Some people have never tasted a good ole’ Italian Beef sandwich and to me that’s blasphemy! I shared a photo of a pot full not too long ago on an Instagram post and some friends were calling it Mississippi Pot Roast. Photo and Recipe from Meal Garden
The perfect hot dinner on a cold autumn day, This Weight Watchers Beef Recipes for beef tips are so delicious and flavorful. Simmering in a crockpot all day, it fills the air with a wonderful aroma and makes a hearty Weight Watchers dinner that the whole family can enjoy. Photo and Recipe from Laa Loosh
14. Sautéed Beef with Tomatoes and Basil – 3 Points
Sautéed Beef with Tomatoes and Basil
A super-fast lunch or dinner, this rich meat topping or filling is ready in under 20 minutes. Featuring seven simple ingredients, the beef is enhanced with fresh tomatoes and some herbaceous basil giving it an Italian flare.
Make this a staple item to serve over oven-roasted spaghetti squash or a baked potato. Use it as a stuffing for acorn squash or bell peppers. Photo and Recipe from WW
Easy Weight Watchers Beef Recipes Slow Cooker Chili
This Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Chili is a perfect addition to your fix it and forget it Weight Watchers recipe collection! Don't you love the feeling of putting everything in that slow cooker and letting it do the work for you?
Okay, we do have to add the ingredients. And there may be a little chopping to do. But for the most part, this is the easiest way to get dinner on the table. Photo and Recipe from the Kelly Stillwell
When you’re trying to eat low-carb, lettuce cups make a great bread substitute for a variety of fillings. We love these Moo Shu Beef Lettuce Cups because they use lean ground beef, Asian-inspired spices and seasonings, and loads of vegetables.
Done in around 30 minutes, this recipe makes two perfect servings! Photo and Recipe from the SkinnyMS
I decided it was time to get back to basics last night and serve up some meat and potatoes. Rod is a good sport about everything I cook and never complains. But he’s a midwest born-and-raised guy who prefers his food simple and straightforward. Photo and Recipe from the Simple Nourished Living
When I was little my parents would take us to a deli & get amazing Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches. The best part about them was the homemade bread and cheese sauce that they put on top. I wanted to have these for dinner but they were no longer in business.
It was probably a blessing in disguise since I didn't have the Smart Points left in my day since many of them run in high 40 Smart Points! This casserole was a very quick, easy, and healthy alternative. Photo and Recipe from the Home Family Love
Weight Watchers Beef Recipes Mexican Beef Skillet with ground beef, onion, tomatoes, corn, black beans, chile, fat-free sour cream, and low-fat cheddar cheese. Quick and easy and ready in 30 minutes. Photo and Recipe from the Nesting Lane
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