Now that Freestyle is here, the first thing I noticed was this is going to get pricey. This is likely to be the first of many posts on this topic as I'm a woman on a B-U-D-G-E-T. I headed for our local Aldi and tried to find Freestyle (and WW in general) items that I … Continue reading WW on an Aldi Budget – Top 10 Finds
In the new Weight Watchers Freestyle plan, nonfat plain yogurt is now zero points. This was a pleasant surprise for a lot of people, myself included. But, I typically do not use this type of yogurt in my daily eating. I love my daily Chobani Greek yogurt, but I get the flavored kind: peach, cherry, … Continue reading 8 Ways to Incorporate Nonfat Plain Yogurt Into Your Diet
4 Point yumminess for a quick on the go breakfast idea!
I love sweets, so I've been trying to find desserts I can make for family dinners that don't totally break the point bank. I decided to try my hand at a very simple baked pear. This is just a pear, cut in half with the seeds scooped out. I put in 2 caramel candies and … Continue reading Baked Caramel Pears
One thing that WW has taught me is the importance of adding in fruit. Tonight for breakfast, I had blueberry waffles and they were delish! I started off by simmering frozen cherries and peaches. I added blueberry waffles (I used some from Whole Foods that were 2 for 7 pts. Vans and Kashi have some … Continue reading Blueberry Waffles with Fruit Compote – WW-Friendly Recipe
One of my boys love fruit snacks. I have to hide them to prevent him from eating them all day long. Today I made a sweet and zesty fruit snack salad. It was a huge hit and he loved it! It had the amazing sweetness while the lime brought a little bit of added sour … Continue reading Nature’s Fruit Snacks
It doesn't matter how old I get, my mom still takes every chance she can to tell me to eat my fruits and veggies. She strives to be vegan and regularly admonishes her daughters to adopt a vegan lifestyle. I have decided full vegan isn’t for me right now, but where she and I have … Continue reading 5 Ways to Eat More Fruits and Veggies for the Non-Vegan