Weight Watchers Recipe of the Day: 27 Favorite Pizza Recipes with Points
Pizza Lover? You're not alone! Pizza is one of my all-time favorite foods.
Because I can't imagine life without pizza, Weight Watchers is the only weight loss program that ever worked for me.
Don't think you have to kiss pizza goodbye just because you're trying to lose weight. Weight Watchers teaches you how to have your pizza and your skinny jeans too.
Whether you are a fan of thin crust pizza, favor thick crust, or are a total pepperoni fiend, myWW you the flexibility to enjoy any kind of pizza any way you like.
How Many Calories & Weight Watchers Points in a Slice of Pizza?
Pizza calories and nutrition and WW Points can vary substantially based on the toppings, the cooking method, the crust and the size of the pizza slice. A single slice of cheese pizza from a popular restaurant chain has around 250 calories and 9 WW Points.
Adding meats like sausage or pepperoni will increase the calories and points. A slice of pepperoni pizza will cost you 10 Points. While a personal pan cheese pizza can set you back as many as 20 points.
But as a lifetime WW member, my approach to pizza is different than it once was. I no longer eat it as often or stuff myself until I hurt. I've learned to enjoy it in moderation occasionally. I've also learned to satisfy my cravings for pizza with a wide range of healthy pizza-inspired recipes.
A lighter healthier way to enjoy pizza for fewer Points, is with healthier DIY pizzas you make at home.
I thought it would be fun to create a collection of lighter healthier recipes for pizza and pizza-flavored dishes, that won't blow your Points budget.
You'll find traditional pizzas, english muffin pizzas, pizza muffins, pizza casseroles, pizza soups, salads, paninis, with all kinds of crusts, homemade, tortillas, flatouts, zucchini, portabellas, cauliflower, pizza meatloaf, pizza rolls, bubble pizza and more. Enjoy!
Favorite WW Friendly Recipes for Pizza
Crispy Pita Pizza - I love pizza. Making a personal pizza on a whole wheat pita was something I had never tried until now. As it turns out, this crispy pita pizza is one of my favorites! I love thin and crispy crust on my pizza, and since this takes less than 10 minutes, it has quickly become my go-to way of enjoying delicious pizza at home. Get the Recipe (Simple Nourished Living)
Weight Watchers Pizza is actually a favorite choice of mine for lunch these days. It is not your typical pizza but is totally yummy and a great substitute. Get the Recipe (You Brew My Tea)
WW Vegetarian Pizza. If you are looking for a tasty vegetarian pizza, that is low in calories and points then look no further. This delicious, easy to make Mushroom Pizza made with 2-ingredient dough is 10 SmartPoints for the entire pizza! Get the Recipe (Pointed Kitchen)
Pepperoni Tortilla Pizza. Deliciously melty Pepperoni Pizza baked onto a whole wheat tortilla for only 6 WW SmartPoints! You won't miss your normal thin crust pizza after you try this for the first time. Get the Recipe (Dinner Then Dessert)
Easy Grilled Pizza made from scratch with a yeast-free Greek yogurt dough, topped with sauce, mozzarella cheese and your choice of toppings. A great summer outdoor meal that whole family can enjoy! Get the Recipe (SkinnyTaste)
Skinny Spinach & Artichoke Pizza Fingers. I wanted to make a few Weight Watcher friendly Super Bowl finger foods and these spinach and artichoke pizza fingers were my first creation…and OMG..they are just too good. These are super (no pun intended!!) easy to make I promise..and they re-heat well if you want to make them earlier in the day. Get the Recipe (Drizzle Me Skinny)
Whole Wheat Veggie Pizza. A lighter healthier pizza made with whole wheat pizza dough, reduced fat cheese and loaded with lots of fresh vegetables. Get the Recipe (Simple Nourished Living)
This French Bread Pizza recipe turned out even better than I'd hoped. It's the perfect way to satisfy a pizza craving in a Weight Watchers friendly portion-controlled way. Get the Recipe (Simple Nourished Living)
Hawaiian English Muffin Pizza. As a girl who adored English Muffin Pizzas as a kid, the description of this English Muffin Hawaiian Pizza with sauce, cheese, ham and pineapple was enough to get me excited. It's quick and easy too. All you need is about 5 minutes to put it together and another 8 to 10 minutes to let it bake. Get The Recipe(Simple Nourished Living)
This vegetable crock pot pizza came out surprisingly tasty. The crust browned nicely around the edges. And although the crust was thick, it wasn't too "doughy." It's definitely something I can see myself making again. Get the Recipe (Simple Nourished Living)
Veggie Flatbread Pizza. Even if you don't consider yourself a veggie lover, this flatbread may convert you. The Flatout crust is thin and crispy and it's topped with three types of cheeses and a variety of fresh, delicious veggies sautéed in garlic. Get the Recipe (Emily Bites)
Veggie Ranch Pizza. If one of your resolutions is to eat more veggies then add this recipe to your list! Veggie ranch pizza is made with a Pillsbury crescent crust, ranch-flavored cream cheese, and lots of fresh vegetables.
These Skinny Pizza Logs seriously taste even better than the fried version and each pizza log is less than 100 calories and only 2 myWW Points. Don't be skeptical about halving the string cheese – it's absolutely perfect. Get the Recipe (Emily Bites)
Pepperoni Pizza Muffins are a lighter healthier way to satisfy a pizza craving. I love them dipped in a little warm marinara sauce. Each one has just 29 calories and 1 myWW Point. Get the Recipe (Simple Nourished Living)
Skinny Pull Apart Pizza Bread. I saw this amazing looking bread pop up one day and I thought “oh yum!” I knew I could lighten it up some and make it more weight watcher friendly..so that’s exactly what I did.. It seriously is so easy to make and I doubt it will last long once it comes out of the oven. Great for parties or a fun appetizer for the family! Get the Recipe (Drizzle Me Skinny)
Zucchini Pizza Bites. This recipe is an oldie, but goodie! A perfect way to use up all the zucchini in your garden and satisfy your craving for pizza in a low-carb way. They also happen to be gluten-free and perfect for meatless Mondays. Of course, you could add some leftover sausage, pepperoni, basil, or whatever you like on your pizza. Experiment and have fun! Get the Recipe (SkinnyTaste)
Easy Weight Watchers Pepperoni Pizza Casserole is my new favorite comfort food this month. It's a combination of macaroni and cheese and pizza! Do I need to say more! Not only is it easy and delicious, but it's also Weight Watchers friendly! Get the Recipe (Midlife Healthy Living)
These deluxe pizza stuffed shells are delicious.. my daughter loved them! I used my own recipe for veggie pasta sauce. I used ground chicken but this dish can easily be made with ground beef or pork if you don’t mind the extra points. Get the Recipe (Drizzle Me Skinny)
Deep Dish Spaghetti Pizza Casserole. Fresh-cooked spaghetti forms the “crust” for this deep dish “pizza” casserole layered with ricotta cheese, meaty marinara, and melted mozzarella cheese. This quick and easy dish is part pizza, part pasta, and part pie–and it delivers the flavor of lasagna. Get the Recipe (Simple Nourished Living)
Slow Cooker Pizza Soup, an healthy and delicious soup perfect for pizza lovers! In fact, it's called "Pizza in a Bowl" Get the Recipe (Simple Nourished Living)
More Easy Healthy Recipes for Pizza with Weight Watchers SmartPoints
- Bubble Up Pizza Casserole | Emily Bites
- Cauliflower Crust Pizza | Slender Kitchen
- Low Carb Eggplant Pizzas | Sugar Free Mom
- One Point Hasselback Pizza Chicken | Pound Dropper
- Pizza-Bella's | Hungry Girl
- Pizza Quesadillas | Emily Bites
- Pizza Sloppy Joes | Simple Nourished Living
- Skinny Margherita Stuffed Pizza Melt Panini Melt | Skinny Kitchen
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*Points® calculated by WW. *PointsPlus® and SmartPoints® calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc. All recipe ingredients except optional items included in determining nutritional estimates. SmartPoints® values calculated WITHOUT each plan's ZeroPoint Foods (Green plan, Blue plan, Purple plan) using the WW Recipe Builder.
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Originally published 3/15; Updated with new content and photos 4/20
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