With the Big Game coming up this week, the only way for me to stay on program is to find healthy alternatives to all the unhealthy football party snacks.
When you are watching your weight, you always look for ways where you can save calories (even in WW Blueberry Sauce made with Wymans of Maine Blueberries) and Kiva Organic Stevia is one of those ways. I admit that I have a sweet tooth and even though I am watching my intake, there are those times when I just have to have something sweet. And yes, even with breakfast.
Who doesn’t love some green bean casserole on Thanksgiving? It’s a staple at most Thanksgiving dinner tables and it’s even better when it’s a Weight Watchers Green Bean Casserole! Just because you are watching your weight doesn’t mean you have to stay away from it. It’s easy to add it into your daily Weight Watchers Points plan especially when it’s only 2 Weight Watchers points plus.
I have swapped apple sauce for oil in baking recipes before, but this time I was looking for something different to make and was checking out their apple recipes. I came across their Apple Cinnamon Smoothie. It sounded so good but I didn’t have any vanilla yogurt on hand. I searched my refrigerator and freezer and thought to myself…what goes with apples? Caramel, what else! Lo and behold, I had some caramel swirl frozen yogurt.
Below we have 35 Weight Watcher Friendly Game Day Foods! I have a hard time staying on program, especially when there is a party. But if I can control what I eat even by making and taking one or two dishes with me, then that helps me a great deal. If we are going to a game, there are a few foods listed below that can even be taken with you. Enjoy the game and the food.