Scrolling through the ridiculous amounts of Weight Watchers recipes on Google, I realized that most filling meals contain meat, and while I am all for getting my lean proteins on, there are times when I feel I need to take a vegetarian day. #MeatlessMondays I was slightly discouraged at first, but I found these 10 vegetarian Weight Watchers breakfasts that got me all kinds of excited for Monday morning! While you can always subtract the meat from your points (if it actually has points), that just sounds like a lot of work on a Monday (too much for me, at least 😉 ) These recipes are meant to be meat-free and come with accurate points counts. Let’s start this week of right!
10 Vegetarian Weight Watchers Breakfasts
Weight Watchers Points for Vegetarian Breakfasts listed below.
Egg Bites (Copycat Starbucks Bites) – 3 points per 2 bites – These are great because you can make a large batch and freeze for a quick breakfast on-the-go.
Cloud Eggs – 4 points per serving, 17 per recipe – These are Keto-friendly, as well!
Egg Baked in Avo w/ Pickled Onion & Fresh Tomato – 3 points per serving
Creamy Banana French Toast Casserole – 6 points per serving – This is a tasty option for a large brunch. Everyone will love it!
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes – 2 points per serving (not including maple syrup)
Gruyere & Spinach Rolls – 5 points per serving – Super fancy!
Egg in a Zucchini Noodle Nest w/ Tomato, Basil, & Cheese – 2 points per serving – This spiralizer is a great way to get started spiralizing EVERYTHING!
Oatmeal Clusters – 4 points per 2 clusters – These are also delicious snacks and will satisfy your sweet tooth 🙂
Cloud Bread – 7 points per batch – Add some avocado or an egg…or both! Also good for snacking and dipping in your favorite spread.
2 Ingredient Banana Pancakes – 3 points per serving (5 points if you add peanut butter) – I always make these when my bananas start to brown. They’re perfect for mashing.
Adding vegetarian options to your Weight Watchers plan will keep you feeling light and ensure that you are getting the nutrients you need.
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