It’s that time of the year, folks. New Year’s Resolutions have gyms packed and coworkers huddling together in solidarity over their packed lunch salads and carefully portioned hummus and red pepper strips. We hear you, we feel you, we know it’s hard. But changing your diet doesn’t have to be about restriction and missing out. Flavor still abounds in the land of the healthy. So let’s focus on veggies, focus on lean protein and focus on seasoning. Let’s go low on points but big on flavor with recipes that will have you feeling full, satisfied and proud. The points listed for each recipe are based on the newly released WW Freestyle™ program with now with Zero Points® Foods– like rainbow trout!
A combination of grapefruit and orange gives you the taste of summer no matter the season. A little fresh cilantro and lime juice make this dish a treat for the taste buds. It’s sweet, sour, tangy, savory and oh, so fresh!
No dirty dishes or unhealthy ingredients? You bet! This nutrient-packed, one-pan masterpiece makes healthy eating effortless.
Another great recipe if you’re short on time, just throw all of the ingredients in the skillet. We are firm believers that there’s no need to dirty every dish you have in the name of a healthy meal.
The best way to cook flavorful seafood without added fat? Baking with parchment! It seals in all of the aromatics and flavor without drying out the fish.
Mushroom lovers, this one’s for you. These fungi are a great source of Vitamins B and D, as well as selenium, an antioxidant that supports your immune system. Soy sauce and shallot create a deep umami flavor that is anything but boring when paired with nutty, lean rainbow trout.
If you’ve never cooked with toasted sesame oil before then you are missing out. It adds smokiness and depth to the tangy soy sauce used to marinate the trout fillets.
Clean eating couldn’t be easier with this recipe! All you need is broccoli, rainbow trout and some delicious seasoning like herbs de Provence, garlic, red pepper flakes and lemon.
Sweet, savory, smoky and spicy all play together in an unforgettable symphony you’ll want to hear over and over again. Exercise your right to pile on the low-cal excitement with marinated pineapple.
Freshly ground Mediterranean spices make this trout impressive but still totally easy. Mix the savory with the sweet by whipping up a side dish of fennel (a great source of fiber and Vitamin C), apple and honey. Sweetness and spice make this recipe perfect for fall.
Taste the rainbow with a myriad of autumnal veggies. Get your daily dose of superfoods from nutrient-packed beets, carrots, lentils and spaghetti squash.
Your grill may be carefully stored away during these harsher months but never fear! Dust the fish fillets with the called-for seasonings and bake at 425° F for 15 to 20 minutes. Homemade vinaigrette helps you control quantity and the seasoning– what a win-win!
“Salad” doesn’t do this dish justice! With baby potatoes, green beans, hard-boiled eggs, radishes and cherry tomatoes this salad is anything but a sad leafy plate of blah. Look to radishes for Vitamin C, green beans for fiber and tomatoes for potassium.
Omit the udon for a light salad, or keep it and strike a balance! Either way this recipe is full of Asian-inspired flavor and plenty of crisp, crunchy greens.
Fresh herbs are a sure fire way to ramp up taste with out adding calories. Use up all your odds and ends in a rustic, easy to put together sauce.
Harissa is a fun, spicy North African chili paste. If you’ve tried Sriracha, then you won’t be too far out of your comfort zone with this new spice. Just remember, a little goes a long way! Cool things down with Greek yogurt and pistachios.