Garlic, Mushroom and Quorn Pies

Another great dish from WeightWatchers. ProPoints values per serving 7, ProPoints values per recipe 15.

Roast Pork with Glazed Pears and Carrots

While apple sauce is the traditional accompaniment to roast pork why not try glossy glazed pears and carrots instead? 13 ProPoints per serving 81 ProPoints values for total recipe

Blueberry Maple smoothie

Bursting with berry goodness, this smoothie can be whipped up in only a couple of minutes, so it’s the perfect choice for a weekday breakfast when you’re in a hurry. 3 ProPoints values per recipe.

Quorn Pasties

These pasties are just the thing for a picnic or packed lunch. They can also be served warm with 150g (5 ½ oz) new potatoes for an extra 3 ProPoints values per serving, and your favourite steamed green vegetables, for a filling evening meal. 7 ProPoints values per serving, 28 ProPoints values per recipe.

Potato and pea samosas

A delicious recipe from WeightWatchers and only 3 ProPoints values per samosa.

Strawberry Castles with Fruity Salsa

A lovely, fresh tasting, summery dessert from WeightWatchers. ProPoints values per serving 1.

Breakfast fruit compote

It’s best to make this mixed fruit compote the night before you want it, to allow the flavours to mingle and make it even tastier. Keep it in the fridge for up to 3 days. 3 ProPoints values per serving, 13 ProPoints values per recipe.

Thai fried rice with toasted cashews

For best results, make sure the cooked rice is completely cold before stir frying, and piping hot before serving. Serve with sugar snap peas for no additional ProPoints values. ProPoints values per recipe 6.

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

You’ll love this updated retro recipe from WeightWatchers, originally from the 1970s. ProPoints values per serving 3, ProPoints values per recipe 27.

One Pot Moroccan Chicken

A delicious and hearty dish from WeightWatchers. 14 ProPoints values per serving, 28 ProPoints values per recipe.




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