If you’re looking for Weight Watchers Crock Pot lasagna recipes that are easy and family-friendly, you’ve come to the right place. You're going to love this collection of slow cooker recipes for lasagna that are lower in fat, calories and WW Points.
Why Make Lasagna in the Crock Pot?
If you've never made lasagna in the crockpot you are in for a treat. Crock pot lasagna is a timesaving wonder compared to traditional lasagna. It's easier. You can use uncooked lasagna noodles. It cooks more slowly and evenly so it's less likely to burn or dry out. It won't bubble up and out over the pan making a mess in your oven.
Just layer your ingredients in the crock pot and let it cook. If you're using a programmable crockpot, you can set it to start cooking at a certain time so that your lasagna recipe is ready when you are. And for the prettiest results it's nice to use a casserole crock pot (affiliate link).
The best part of cooking new recipes in the slow cooker? The wonderful aromas that waft through the house all day.
How Many Calories & Weight Watchers Points in Crock Pot Lasagna?
This collection of lighter healthier crockpot lasagna recipes has calories ranging from 273 to 390 per servings and Weight Watchers Points from 7 to 10. The slow cooker soup recipe has the fewest calories (202) and 4-5 personal points.
With the new WW Personal Points program each person's point values can be different because each person has a customized zero points foods list. Here on Simple Nourished Living you will find a link in the recipe that will take you to the WW Recipe Builder to see your specific points.
This WW vegetarian lasagna recipe is perfect for Meatless Mondays. With its list of simple ingredients: jarred meatless spaghetti or marinara sauce, ricotta, mozzarella and parmesan cheese and oven ready lasagna sheets this crockpot lasagna couldn't be easier.
I substituted nonfat cottage cheese for the ricotta cheese and added chopped defrosted well-drained chopped frozen spinach. You could use chopped fresh spinach if your prefer.
This has become one of our favorite vegetarian slow cooker meals. Next time I may try it with a light alfredo sauce for a creamy variation. You'll find nutritional information including calories,Smart Points and Personal Points with the recipe.
You only need 5 ingredients: no-boil noodles, jarred marinara sauce, ricotta cheese, shredded mozzarella and rotisserie chicken to make this easy, healthy and delicious spin on traditional versions. It's one of my best Weight Watchers recipes for a favorite comfort food the entire family loves.
Perfect for busy weeknights, this easy dinner can be made in the oven or slow cooker. It was a big hit with my lasagna loving family when I made it for them.
If 10 servings seems like too many, freeze individual portions for future easy healthy lunches and dinners.
A simply scrumptious chicken lasagna recipe the is super easy to make because it uses no-boil noodles, jarred marinara sauce and rotisserie chicken. Just 350 calories and 7 SmartPoints!
A lightened up slow cooked Italian favorite with layers upon layers of cheese, and a homemade from scratch sauce. By making the meat sauce using a 50/50 mixture of lean ground turkey and lean ground turkey sausage this lasagna is lower in fat, calories and Smart Points. It also has three cheeses.
Talk about a great meal the whole family will love. Star uses a combination of minced garlic cloves, dried basil and oregano in her sauce. I substituted roasted garlic granules and dry Italian seasoning with good success. (The Skinnyish Dish)
This simple slow cooker lasagna combining lean ground beef and spinach is dreamy and delicious. Wonderful for Sunday night dinner or busy weeknights. Loaded with protein, each satisfying serving has just 273 calories and 9 grams of fat. Serve with a side salad or some veggies and you’ll be stuffed. (The Skinny Kitchen)
Who doesn't Love Lasagna? Saucy, Cheesy, Delicious and Oh! way too many calories right... Wrong, not with this WW Slow Cooker Lasagna with Chicken and Zucchini. No need to feel guilty eating this tasty Lasagna. This WW Crockpot Lasagna is loaded with veggies and lean protein and only takes 10 minutes to prep. (Sueseaqpi)
If you are craving lasagna without the guilt you'll love this soup. Perfect for weight loss it's a low point dinner in a bowl you can make in the crock pot or instant pot .
This variation of lasagna soup is easy to throw together in your Crock Pot and is full of hearty vegetables and chunks of lasagna noodles. While calling for ground chicken sausage or turkey sausage, you could substitute lean ground beef if you prefer.
Skip the red pepper flakes for a more mild soup or increase them if you like things spicy.
Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Lasagna Recipe Collection
- Choose a Weight Watchers CrockPot Lasagna Recipe.
- Assemble and prep your ingredients.
- Cook for specified time.
How long does it take to cook lasagna in the slow cooker?
Most recipes for crock pot lasagna will be ready in 4 to 6 hours when cooked on the low setting, which is the preferred setting for lasagna. Since the meat is already cooked you are just cooking until the noodles and any added raw vegetables are tender.
The exact total time will depend on the size of slow cooker you use as well how hot your slow cooker cooks. Newer slow cookers tend to cook hotter than older ones. For best results your slow cooker should be at least ⅔ full when you use it.
Do you have to cook your lasagna noodles first?
No. I prefer to use the no-boil (also called oven-ready) lasagna noodles that are readily available on supermarket shelves these days. But regular lasagna noodles also can be used dry without boiling them ahead.
How to store leftover crock pot lasagna?
Slow cooker lasagna recipes tend to make a large portion so leftovers are common. You can refrigerate your leftover lasagna in an airtight container for about 4-5 days. It also freezes great too. We like to package it up in individual containers and freeze for future quick and easy WW friendly lunches and dinners.
What are the best side dishes to serve with lasagna?
Lasagna is definitely hearty enough to eat on its own. As a lifetime Weight Watcher I like to serve a salad or vegetable alongside. This allows me to be satisfied with less of the tasty pasta dish so I end up eating fewer calories and points. Many people like bread for mopping up any extra sauce, always a nice thing if carbs or calories aren't a concern.
- WW Italian Arugula Salad
- Simple Arugula Salad with Sunflower Seeds & Parmesan
- Easy Artichoke Tomato Salad
- Grilled Vegetables
- Cheap & Easy Tossed Green Salad
- Simple Steamed Green Beans
- Bread sticks
- Garlic bread
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