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50 Zero Point Weight Watchers Foods That Will (totally!) Fill You Up

50 Zero Point Weight Watchers Foods That Will (totally!) Fill You Up

Is counting points getting you down?  Yeah, yeah – it’s something we need to do, but sometimes it can be such a pain.  And sometimes all I want is to eat food that doesn’t require so much…thinking!  Is it sad that I am in place where I consider counting points a major form of thinking?!  😀 

I gathered this list of 50 zero point Weight Watchers foods that will (totally!) fill you up and help all of us to enjoy some serious guilt-free eating.  While there are over 200 zero point foods, I don’t think lemon zest, herbs, and pea shoots will be filling me up for dinner (although they are a great addition to many of these hearty foods.) 

Zero Point Weight Watchers Foods

 Zero Point Weight Watchers Foods

But wait – before we do the list – I want to share this AMAZING ZERO POINT Instant Pot Chicken Florentine soup recipe with you! If you add the parmesan at the end, it’s 4 points…but keep the parm off and you have a full meal in a bowl for zero points!

  • Artichokes (& hearts!) – a childhood favorite of mine, although I can no longer dip the leaves in butter or mayonnaise and get away with it.  Booooooo
  • Asparagus – look for the large stemmed asparagus.  I love roasting them, then tossing with fresh lemon and garlic and chilling them for a cool snack.
  • Bananas – a great source of potassium and a morning snack to curb your hunger.
  • Beans (including fat-free canned re-frieds) – I love to cook beans with raw veggies (such as broccolini), peppers, onions or edamame to really bulk it up and fill my belly.  Luckily, most veggies are also zero point foods!
  • Broccoli – for some reason, raw broccoli always fills me up.  I have no scientific explanation why, but it does!  It’s so weird…
  • Brussel Sprouts 
  • Calamari (grilled) – easily one of my favorite seafood dishes!  Just squeeze lemon all over it and add a little salt & pepper and mmmmmmmm……
  • Cauliflower
  • Chicken Breast (99% fat-free ground OR skinless, boneless or bone in)
  • Chicken Satay – sorry, peanut sauce is not a Zero Pointer
  • Edamame – it seems silly, but it’s packed with protein and is a super filling snack

Weight Watchers 0 Points Foods


  • Eggs -all eggs are welcome here!  Whole with yolk, only whites, or your favorite substitute
  • Eggplant
  • Fish – like, pretty much allll fish. If you’re a real stickler, check out the complete list here.  But unless you have a weird variety from some foreign place, I’d say your fish is on the approved list.
  • Fruit Salad – sounds boring, but a great way to satisfy that sweet tooth
  • Leafy Greens (bok choy, Swiss chard, collards, escarole, mixed green, spinach)
  • Jerk Chicken Breast
  • Mushrooms – particularly portabellas, which are large and steak-y.  I can eat mushrooms on anything, and so should you!  Vitamin D all around!
  • Nonfat Yogurt (plain, Greek, or soy)
  • Sashimi – for all you sushi lovers out there, this is good news!  
  • Shellfish – again, pretty much alllll shellfish but here’s the list: clams, crab, lobster, mussels, octopus, oysters, scallops, shrimp, squid, crayfish, cuttlefish.  Unfortunately, these are most delicious when served with butter (I’m talking to you, Lobster!), so be careful with your preparation.

Zero Points Weight Watchers Foods

  • Squash (summer & winter) – bust out that spiralizer and make zoodles, and butternut squash noodles (boodles??) or get crazy with that huge spaghetti squash from the store.
  • Succotash – what the heck is that?!? Simple and delicious, that’s what it is!  It’s a side dish made of sweet corn and beans, but you can add any veggies to it to add a little flavor.
  • Tofu – say what you may, when done right tofu can be incredibly filling!
  • Turkey (99% fat-free ground, skinless breast or tenderloin)
  • Veggies – mixed, stir-fry, no sauce

Check out these other great Weight Watchers recipes:

Weight Watchers Instant Pot Dinner Recipes

Weight Watchers Snack Ideas with SmartPoints

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Thanks for sharing I am trying weight watchers freestyle. I have been trying to do it for a month but I am not totally committed and have not lost any weight.

Thank you for this post. Its very inspiring.

Ooh; so many great ideas on here. Pinned.

I definitely got some new ideas here!

Been with WW for many times, and this Freestyle, is the best. Im staying with it due to me needing the committed part, and also health wise. Its easy, but you have to lock it in your mind, that you want to be good to your body, and well being….The most i weighed was 202, today ive lost 50, and shooting for another 20, when i reach my GOAL, this time im staying on the wagon, for i enjoy the meetings, and the support you get from the class as well recipes. So all you need to do is put your mind to it, and walk thru the front door, and committe your self, you want to get healther..

are salmon locks zero points

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