Looking for Weight Watchers Side Dish recipes?

Side dishes are an important part of dinner.

These easy, light, delicious, Weight Watchers side dish recipes will help you stay on track with your weight loss goals while indulging your cravings.

Slow Cooker BBQ Green Beans with Bacon

Slow Cooker BBQ Green Beans

(Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipe #211 – Slow Cooker BBQ Green Beans with Bacon) Looking for a delicious way to jazz up green beans? How about slow cooker BBQ beans with bacon? They make an excellent side dish for burgers, steak, or any plain roasted or barbecued meat. They were well received when I made… 

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Easy Slow Cooker 4th of July Recipes

Easy Slow Cooker 4th of July Recipes

Happy Fourth of July! If you’re looking for easy delicious recipes for the Fourth of July weekend that don’t require stepping outside and turning on your grill consider plugging in your slow cooker. That’s exactly what we are planning to do.  We are going to try out a few new easy slow cooker recipes. That… 

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Warm Slow Cooker 3-Bean Salad

Slow Cooker Bean Salad

(Weight Watchers Crock Pot  Recipes Day 207- Warm Slow Cooker Bean Salad) I’m having fun putting my slow cookers through their paces this summer. They have taken up permanent residence helping me keep the kitchen cool while turning out a variety of light and healthy dishes. Everywhere I turn I am seeing easy, healthy and… 

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Slow Cooker German Potato Salad

Slow Cooker German Potato Salad

(Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes #206 – Slow Cooker German Potato Salad) A quick look around the archives here on Simple Nourished Living confirms my love for potato salad. I’ve got recipes for old-fashioned potato salad, red potato salad, sweet potato salad, Greek potato salad. And more I never posted. Last year around this time I… 

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Slow Cooker Corn on the Cob

slow cooker corn on the cob

(Weight Watchers Friendly Crock Pot Cooking Day 205 – Slow Cooker Corn on the Cob) Make perfect corn on the cob without boiling water or turning on your grill! Use your crock pot instead. The corn steams in it’s own juices. The result?  Moist, tender, delicious corn on the cob. Just shuck and clean the corn…. 

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