Weight Watchers recipes - easy, healthy and extremely tasty

As a diet plan, Weight Watchers works for me because I don't believe in cutting out food groups. It allows me to eat all the things I love (especially cheese) whilst losing weight, because it focuses on lots of fresh ingredients and a dash of portion control. You don't have to be on a diet to enjoy these recipes - I test them on my annoyingly slender boyfriend all the time, he can vouch for them - as I refuse to sacrifice flavour for a smaller dress size. I promise these recipes are tasty, filling and good for you. You can view them all here. There is no pressure here to lose weight if you don't want to, and I work hard to make this a positive place for all. I'm all about healthiness over starvation. And also cake. Sometimes only cake will do.

All Weight Watchers posts include SmartPoints plus exact measurements so if you are calorie counting or following a different plan, you should be able to easily convert them. I don't follow No Count - it just doesn't work for me.

My Weight Watchers story
I've been doing Weight Watchers on and off since January 2013. In 2013, I lost nearly 2.5 stone and documented a lot of my progress on Where Are My Knees, a collaborative diet and fitness blog that I co-founded (although I no longer contribute to). Then I went on holiday to America, Christmas happened and I got into a new relationship and managed to pile it all back on. Plus another half a stone on top. Good one, self.

I've started from scratch a couple of times now without much success, but when I got a shiny diamond ring on my finger I decided I had to do something about it as I felt so miserable. So I went back to meetings at the start of 2017 and have lost around 3 stone. In April, I was featured in the Weight Watchers magazine, too! I have a dedicated Instagram account about Weight Watchers in addition to my regular lifestyle one.

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