30 Best Weight Watchers Crock Pot & Slow Cooker Recipes

Amanda M. Rye

With the arrival of fall, my Crock Pot is about to become a rock star in my kitchen once again. Sure I utilize it in the summer months, when I’m trying to avoid heating up the house, but fall and winter are a slow cooker‘s spirit animal season.

From simple suppers for hectic school nights, to comforting soups and hearty chowders we crave when the temperatures start to drop, I definitely use the slow cooker more once the temperature drops. But let’s not forget this do-it-all appliance can also help you prepare meals that are healthier and easier on your waistband too! These 30 best Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes will show you how some of your favorite comfort foods can be transformed into lighter versions you can feel good about eating.

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When I think of Crock Pot meals, hearty and filling dishes come to mind. Those meals that we come home to after a long day that feel like a warm hug. Unfortunately, those suppers aren’t always the best if we are trying to watch what we eat. Thanks to these WW-friendly recipes though, we can shave off a few calories while still being satisfied. With recipes for favorites like Weight Watchers Crock Pot chicken fajitas, jambalaya, beef stroganoff and stuffed peppers, you aren’t missing out on anything!

What Is the Weight Watchers Diet?

Founded in 1963 by a homemaker in Queens, New York, Weight Watchers is a global company headquartered in The United States offering weight loss, maintenance, fitness and mindset services. In 2018 the company rebranded to WW to reflect its new focus on overall heath and wellness over weight alone. The weight loss and dietary programs have changed over the years, with the most popular in recent years focusing on a point system. Users keep track of what they eat, each assigned a point value, helping target a certain amount for a day.

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Best Crock Pot and Slow Cooker Weight Watchers Recipes

In this collection of easy Weight Watchers slow cooker meals, you will find recipes you will never guess are low in points. So much so, only those who want to track their points will notice these delicious dishes qualify. Everyone else at the table will never guess they are eating healthier, thanks to Weight Watcher Crock Pot chicken, Crock Pot Taco Soup, Crock Pot Lasagna and more.

Plus there are plenty of recipes for WW-approved chicken wings, pork carnitas chili. When every single one of these dishes is coming out of your slow cooker, that means less work and dinner time stress too!

With soup season almost here, this round up has some tasty ones for you to try! Weight Watchers soups are always a no-brainer meal for busy week nights. Just try Weight Watchers Acorn Squash Soup, Ham and Bean Soup, Enchilada Soup, or the ever-popular Cabbage Soup to name a few! Your bowl and spoon will be so happy to have something new to dig into come cooler temperatures.

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Fall and winter are when you can find my slow cooker on the counter, simmering with something delicious inside, a few times per week. Now with these Weight Watchers slow cooker recipes I have a chance to cut back on some of the fat and calories without losing any of the flavor or yum factor!

Krista Marshall
(Krista Marshall)

Krista Marshall is the creator of Everyday Mom’s Meals and a full time stay at home mom. She lives in northern Indiana with her husband of 18 years and their two amazing and busy sons, age 17 and 5. Everyday Mom’s Meals is for everyone from the novice cook to the experienced home chef. Krista wants to get families around the table with simply made, delicious food. You can follow her on FacebookPinterestInstagram and Twitter too!

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