Over 60 Healthy Weight Watchers Friendly Snack Recipes (2024)

Could you use some new healthy snack ideas? How about a list of over 60 Weight Watchers snack recipes that are low in FreeStyle Smart Points?

A while back, I shared along list of quick Weight Watchers friendly grab-and-go snacks here on Meal Planning Mommies. That list has been super popular, so I know snacks are something many of you are looking for. If you are wanting some quick snacks you can grab from your grocery store, this list will be your friend. If you are looking for some Weight Watchers snack recipes you can make at home, today’s list will help you with that.

Pulling a snack together that you love can be a lot of fun. We got an extra day this weekend because our kids have Labor Day off of school. With our extra time on Saturday afternoon, the kids and I had some fun making and eating creative snacks. It all started with a Pinterest picture we found of a banana (that looked like a dolphin) that had a grape (that looked like a ball) in its mouth.

It was so simple, and it spurred on all kinds of other creative ideas. Sometimes one great idea spurs on another and then another. That is what today’s list is for…a list of healthy snack ideas that could spur on more snack ideas.

Before I get to today’s list, I just have to show you what my eight-year-old son came up with on his own. He wanted to make a palm tree to go with his dolphins…

His palm tree was made of Snyder’s of Hanover peanut butter filled pretzels and apple slices. How cute is this? Kipton told me his idea, asked me to help him cut the apples, and then he put peanut butter between the “pretzel nuggets” to hold it together.

Let me just tell you, my son was onto something here…peanut butter pretzels and apples taste SO GOOD together! Try taking one bite of each at the same time, and you will see what I mean. In terms of WW Smart Points, nine peanut butter pretzels is 3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points and apples are 0, so you can enjoy this cute little snack for just 3 WW SP!

Side-note: We used theSnyder’s of Hanover brand, but there are lots of other brands available in the stores. Aldi even has their own brand of these. If you try a different brand, you may just want to double check that the WW SP are the same.

My 12-year-old son and I enjoyed these bananas cut in half and drizzled with melted peanut butter and melted semi-sweet chocolate chips…YUM! We called these caterpillars.

Since then, we have started making the 3-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Covered Banana Bites pictured below and we ABSOLUTELY LOVE THEM!! They are just 1 WW SP per banana bite! Plus, these are stored in the freezer, so any time we want a sweet snack we can just take out one or two and move on with our day. Talk about practical!

Okay, enough about bananas, caterpillars, palm trees, and dolphins…let’s get to the list of WW snacks.

Could you use some new, healthy snack ideas? Let’s get to this list! Today’s list includes over 60 delicious Weight Watchers friendly snacks between 0-5 Weight Watchers FreeStyle Smart Points, grouped together by the number of WW SP per serving! We’ll start with the snacks that are ZERO Smart Points per serving! 🙂

Ranch Hummus with carrots and celery
0 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 1/4 cup
Emily Bites

Frozen Candy Grapes
0 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
If You Have an Egg

Instant Pot Hard-Boiled Eggs (pictured above)
0 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
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All Natural Strawberry Fruit Snacks
0 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
Dashing Dish

Shrimp co*cktail
0 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
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Instant Pot Hummus
0 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
Slap Dash Mom

Rainbow Ranch and Veggie Pinwheels (pictured above)
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point per pinwheel
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Pepperoni Pizza Mini Muffins
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point per mini muffin
Simple Nourished Living

Easy Cheesy Garlic Bread Sticks
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point each
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PB & J Frozen Yogurt Pops
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point each
Dashing Dish

Bacon Wrapped Pickle Spears
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point for one spear
If You Have an Egg

Sesame Soy Edamame
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point for 1 cup
Slender Kitchen

Spinach Artichoke Wonton Bites
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point per bite
Emily Bites

Baked Italian Vegetable Medley
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point for 1/2 cup
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Skinny Jalapeño Popper Pockets
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point each
Dashing Dish

Healthy Apple Crisp
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point
Snack Girl

3-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Covered Banana Bites
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point each
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Skinny Smoked Salmon Pinwheel Appetizers
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point each
Simple Nourished Living

Maple Bacon Sweet Potato Bites
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point each
Drizzle Me Skinny

Mediterranean Bean Salad
1 WW FreeStyle Smart Point for 3/4 cup
Skinny Taste

Seasoned Cheesy Zucchini and Squash (pictured above)
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 2/3 cup
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Hummus Veggie Tots
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 5 veggie tots
Emily Bites

Skinny 7 Layer Fiesta Dip
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 1/2 cup
Dashing Dish

Hot Buffalo Chicken Dip
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 1/3 cup
Drizzle Me Skinny

Pizza Bombs
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
Recipe Diaries

Zucchini Pizza Bites
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 4 pieces
Skinny Taste

Easy Pizza Twists
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
Drizzle Me Skinny

Skinny Pizza Logs
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
Emily Bites

Roasted Buffalo Cauliflower with Ranch Dressing
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 6 pieces
Dash of Herbs

Chickpea Egg Salad
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per cup
Skinny Taste

Barbecue Chicken Bacon and Ranch Fingers
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
Drizzle Me Skinny

Chicken Egg Rolls
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per egg roll
Emily Bites

Banana Oat Energy Bites
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
Recipe Diaries

Peanut Butter Blondies
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for one blondie
Hungry Girl

Cheeseburger Egg Rolls
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per egg roll
Emily Bites

Smashed Loaded Cauliflower
2 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
If You Have an Egg

Cheeseburger Phyllo Cups (pictured above)
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 5 cups
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Skinny Protein Puppy Chow
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 1/4 cup
Dashing Dish

Twirly Italian Sub Breadsticks
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
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Cajun Roasted Chickpeas
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 1/3 cup
Emily Bites

Oven Baked Zucchini Chips
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
Skinny Ms.

Veggie Ranch Pizza
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
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Crunchy Air Fryer Chickpeas
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 1/4 cup
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Orange Julius Protein Smoothie
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
Dashing Dish

Crispy Air Fryer Sweet Potato Fries
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for one sweet potato
Skinny Taste

Skinny Mini Corndog Nuggets
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
Simple Nourished Living

Rainbow Bean and Rice Salad
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 3/4 cup
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Pizza Wonton Cups
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per cupcake
Emily Bites

Chicken Chickpea Chopped Salad
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
Dashing Dish

Applesauce Cheerio Muffins
3 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per muffin
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Southwest Steak Egg Rolls (pictured above)
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for one egg roll
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Clean Eating Pineapple Dole Whip
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points
Dashing Dish

Quinoa Stuffed Mini Peppers
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 5 pepper halves
Laa Loosh

Taco Wonton Cupcakes
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
Emily Bites

Fiesta Bean Salad
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for a little over one cup
Skinny Taste

BLT Turkey Lettuce Wraps
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per wrap
Dashing Dish

Greek Snack Flats
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per snack flat
Emily Bites

Couscous and chickpea snack
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for one cup
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Personal Taco Pizzas
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points each
Dashing Dish

Spinach and Artichoke Dip
4 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 1/4 cup
Emily Bites

Light Italian Style Couscous Salad (pictured above)
5 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for one cup
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BLT Wraps
5 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per wrap
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Air Fryer Shrimp Egg Rolls
5 WW FreeStyle Smart Points per egg roll
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Taco Stuffed Zucchini Boats
5 WW FreeStyle Smart Points for 2
Skinny Taste

We have a list of quick and easy grab-and-go snacks that are between 0-4 Weight Watchers Smart points here.

For sweet snacks, we have a list of over 60 dessert recipes that are low in Smart Points here.

If you are looking for low Smart Point main entrees, you should definitely check out our list of entrees that are between 0-3 Weight Watchers FreeStyle Smart Points per serving.

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FAQs

What are the best snacks to have on Weight Watchers? ›

Try these:
  • Dried fruit.
  • Healthy crackers (i.e., whole grain)
  • Wasabi peas.
  • Freeze-dried fruit.
  • Greek yogurt.
  • Low-fat cheese sticks.
  • Hard-boiled eggs.
  • Bran muffins.
Jun 21, 2021

What can I eat for 2 points on Weight Watchers? ›

Ingredients & Recipes: Weight Watchers 2 Points
  • Soft Focaccia Breadsticks. ...
  • Boxty with Mustard-Chutney Sauce. ...
  • Grilled Marinated Tofu with Wilted Tatsoi. ...
  • New Year's Good Luck: Black-Eyed Pea Soup. ...
  • Oxtail Soup. ...
  • Spaghetti Squash & Mushroom Gratin. ...
  • Spicy Daikon Radish.

What are good Weight Watcher foods? ›

  • Skinless chicken breasts & thighs.
  • Skinless turkey breast.
  • 98% fat-free ground chicken or turkey.
  • Pork tenderloin or other lean cuts.
  • Flank steak or other lean cuts.
  • Bacon (turkey, Canadian)
  • Fish fillets or steaks.
  • Shrimp or other shellfish.

How many points are almonds on Weight Watcher? ›

Almonds are packed with plenty of plant-based protein, healthy fats, and healthy carbohydrates, which means natural and nutritious energy that can carry you until your next mealtime. One serving of almonds is about 24 nuts for 5 SmartPoints.

What candy is good for Weight Watchers? ›

If all you want is a sweet end to your day, you'll find the most value in two Mini Midgee Tootsie Rolls, or one Twizzlers Snack Size, Dum Dum, Jolly Ranchers, or Tootsie Pops Miniature for 1 SmartPoints value each.

What should I eat at night on Weight Watchers? ›

17 Healthy Late Night Snacks Every Weight Watchers Member Needs To Know
  • Healthy Late Night Snacks: Quakers Chocolate Rice Cakes with PB2. ...
  • Protein Smoothie. ...
  • Two Good Pumpkin Yogurt and Lily's No Sugar Added Chocolate Chips. ...
  • Healthy Late Night Snacks: Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars. ...
  • Zero Point Weight Watchers Jello Grapes.
Oct 25, 2023

Can I lose 20 pounds in 2 months on Weight Watchers? ›

Weight Watchers encourages healthy eating and discourages food deprivation. While following a WW plan, you can expect to lose an average of 8 pounds a month, or 2 pounds a week. This is a realistic and healthy goal to aim for, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Can I lose 2 pounds a week on Weight Watchers? ›

In fact, while WW is designed to deliver a healthy, safe and sustainable rate of weight loss of 1-2lbs a week – because research proves that smaller, consistent losses are more likely to result in successful long term weight loss – don't be surprised if, like Leah, you see more in your first few weeks.

What is a sample Weight Watchers menu? ›

Sample meal plan
BreakfastDinner
WednesdayOatmeal with berriesQuick vegetarian chili
ThursdayYogurt with berries and granolaBroiled steak and peppers with easy spicy green sauce
FridayOatmeal with berriesOrder in pizza; salad with chickpeas
SaturdayEgg baked in avocado with smoked salmon, capers, and dillOut for dinner
3 more rows
May 22, 2018

What is the best meat to eat on weight watchers? ›

Chicken is one of our members' top tracked foods and it's easy to see why—white meat poultry is delicious, satisfying, and has less cholesterol and saturated fat than meats like beef, pork, and lamb.

What foods to avoid on weight watchers? ›

Foods to limit

While the Points system allows members to choose any food they like, WeightWatchers discourages eating foods that are highly processed or high in added sugar and saturated fats, such as: sugary drinks. potato chips. processed meats.

What are the unlimited foods on weight watchers? ›

Our ZeroPoint food categories
  • Non-starchy vegetables. With a wide range of health benefits, it's no wonder non-starchy veggies are a ZeroPoint food for everyone. ...
  • Fruits. ...
  • Chicken & turkey breast. ...
  • Fish & shellfish. ...
  • Eggs. ...
  • Tofu & tempeh. ...
  • Beans, peas & lentils. ...
  • Low-fat yoghurt & cottage cheese.
Dec 9, 2021

How many points is 2 eggs? ›

Are eggs really a ZeroPoint food? Yes, eggs—including the yolk! —are a ZeroPoint food. (As long as they're prepared with a 0 Points® value cooking spray or sauce.)

Is unsweetened applesauce zero points? ›

for sugar in baked goods *and* give muffins a moist, chewy texture.

What type of milk is best for Weight Watchers? ›

Keep in mind that only "non-fat" (0% milk fat) and "low-fat" (typically labeled as 1% milk fat) items count towards the Weight Watchers Good Health Guidelines for dairy. "Reduced-fat" items (typically labeled as 2% milk fat) do not.

What snacks can you eat on Weight Watchers diet? ›

Fruit
  • Spread a thick cored apple slice with creamy nut butter.
  • Freeze washed seedless grapes and then eat them frozen.
  • Freeze bananas drizzled with melted chocolate.
  • Top plain nonfat cottage cheese or yogurt with chopped fresh fruit and some low-fat granola or mini chocolate chips.
Nov 11, 2021

What should I stock up on Weight Watchers? ›

Storecupboard items last a long time, so if your budget and storage space allow, create a stash of items such as tinned beans and pulses, chopped tomatoes and passata, light coconut milk, tuna, salmon, and anchovies; dried pasta and noodles; rice and grains; jarred olives, capers and roasted red peppers; and oils and ...

What are some low point Weight Watcher foods? ›

  • Apple and Powdered Peanut Butter (PB2) 1 point.
  • Weight Watchers Jello Grapes 0 points.
  • Air Fryer Zucchini Fritters 0 points.
  • Pumpkin Pie Smoothie 3-4 points.
  • Fiber One 70-Calorie Chocolate Fudge Brownie 2 points.
  • Babybel Light Cheese and Cuties 2 points.
  • Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars 3-5 points.
May 16, 2023

What should I eat when hungry on Weight Watchers? ›

  • Beans and legumes. Toss them into salad, use them in soup, or puree them into a dip. ...
  • Non-starchy vegetables. Veggies like leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, capsic*ms and celery have a low energy density. ...
  • Eggs. Have them in the morning, and you just might feel fuller all day long. ...
  • Greek yoghurt. ...
  • Brothy soup.
Oct 8, 2020

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