Welcome to my weekly Roundup of Weight Watchers Friendly Recipes, Inspiration & Tips
My mission is to provide you with a constant supply of inspiring articles and enticing Weight Watchers friendly recipes to encourage your pursuit of a happy, healthy, balanced life.
Here is what was posted to the blog this week, the most shared recipes, success & self care tips, as well as WW friendly recipes and inspiring articles I've bookmarked from other blogs. Enjoy!
I'm kicking things off with one of my favorite comments of the week:
"So many times it seems like you wrote your message while in my head! This week especially, I share with many people that call WW a diet. I share that I have wine and spicy pretzels EVERY SINGLE DAY of my journey! It is my way of treating myself, relaxing and knowing that I can maintain this lifestyle. 65 lbs down in 10 months (again, every single day with wine and pretzels!!!); have maintained for 13 months. I tell all my WW and non-WW friends about your newsletter. So real and helpful! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you." ~Jeannie B.
Success Stories & Self Care Articles
Letting Go for Lasting Weight Loss Success. As we move into spring it's helpful to consider letting go of the mental/emotional clutter that can weigh us down. Click here to continue reading.
If you are in need of some encouragement you will want to read this weight loss success story. 69-year-old Barbara G, has plenty of sage advice to share. Click here to read her story.
On Simple Nourished Living This Week
Skinny Upside-Down Strawberry Pretzel Salad - The irresistible combination of creamy, crunchy, salty and sweet makes this fruity no bake dessert salad a winner with everyone who tries it. In addition this satisfying dessert is best made ahead of time for the perfect potluck or party treat.
Sausage Sheet Pan Supper for Two - An easy, healthy way to produce a satisfying dinner at home with all the flavors of your favorite sausage sub.
April Gratitude Giveaway - In troubling times it can be all too easy to become overwhelmed by negativity, fear and worry. Fortunately turning our thoughts to what we have to be thankful for, focusing on the positive, seeking the silver lining, keeping the faith, is an effective ways to brighten the darkest moods with proven health benefits to boot.
Helpful Ways to Stay on Track in Stressful Times - We are living through stressful, unprecedented times. If you’ve been struggling lately with stress and emotional eating, you are not alone. With gyms closed, grocery shelves empty and the realities of social distancing thrust upon us, the temptation to turn to food food for solace can be strong. So I thought it would be helpful to share suggestions to help you stay on track when times are tough and anxiety is high.
Popular Recipes with Readers Right Now
Many of us seem to be seeking comfort through baking right at the moment...
Easy Healthy Low Fat Applesauce Banana Bread
2-Ingredient WW Pineapple Angel Food Cake
15+ Favorite Ways to Enjoy Cottage Cheese
2-Ingredient Pumpkin Spice Cake Mix Muffins
WW Friendly Recipes, Inspiration & Tips I Bookmarked This Week
Southwest Stuffed Sweet Potatoes - There are so many things to love about these Southwest Stuffed Sweet Potatoes filled with black beans, corn, and diced tomatoes and then topped with melted cheese. They are a perfect meal to clean out your pantry and make a great vegetarian meal that is filling and healthy.
Mac Attack Potato Skins - Potato skins filled with cheeseburger-inspired goodness, including the special sauce, just like a Big Mac, for far fewer calories.
9 Ways to Thrive When Your Spouse Isn't Supportive - Some quick tips for pursuing your goals even when your spouse seems opposed to them.
Deluxe Pizza Stuffed Shells - Comforting, kid-friendly and WW friendly. What's not to love?
Blueberry French Toast Casserole - A simple and delicious breakfast recipe for a crowd that everyone loves! It can be made the night before or the day of which makes it perfect for a brunch or holiday breakfast.
One Pot Creamy Tomato Pasta with Spinach - This recipe is a fun twist on your typical Italian pasta dish, with a tomato sauce made creamy using Parmesan and cream cheese. Bulked up with chicken and spinach to make it more filling, the end result is creamy, comfort food perfection.
More WW Weekly Recipes, Tips & Inspiration
- WW Weekly Recipes, Tips & Inspiration: 3/29/20
- Weekly Weight Loss Devotionals
- 15 Skinny Sheet Pan Suppers with 8 SmartPoints or Less
- 50 WW Instant Pot Recipes with Freestyle SmartPoints
Martha is the founder and main content writer for Simple-Nourished-Living.
A longtime lifetime WW at goal, she is committed to balancing her love of food and desire to stay slim while savoring life and helping others do the same.
She is the author of the Smart Start 28-Day Weight Loss Challenge.
A huge fan of the slow cooker and confessed cookbook addict, when she's not experimenting in the kitchen, you're likely to find Martha on her yoga mat.
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