47 Simple Zero Point Weight Watchers Snacks

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Weight Watchers is a great way to lose weight. And with the Smart Points plan, you can have a variety of food to choose from that won’t make a dent in your points balance. Whether you’re out and about and need a quick bite or just enjoy snacking throughout the day, zero-point snacks are a must.

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These 47 simple zero-point Weight Watchers snacks will help keep you satisfied and on track each day.

The latest version of the popular diet plan gives users more than 200 zero-point food options, making snacking so much easier!

These zero-point foods are designed to help you build a healthy foundation of foods to choose from instead of grabbing those less-healthy options when you’re hungry. Combining these zero-point food options with your favorite healthy recipes ensures you’ll stay full and satisfied throughout the day – which means you’ll be less likely to slip up and go over your allotted points.

But finding unique snacking options can be difficult, even when you have more than 200 choices to pick from!

If you’re searching for a good snack to enjoy on Weight Watchers, you’ll love one of these zero-point snack options.

Fruit and Vegetable Snacks

Most fruits and vegetables are zero-points on the Smart Points plan, which means you have a big selection of healthy snacking choices on Weight Watchers.

Whether you’re searching for something to satisfy your sweet tooth or need a savory snack to get you through the afternoon, these fruit and veggie snack combos are sure to satisfy.

Here are a few healthy fruit and vegetable snack options:

  • Frozen grapes (toss them in sugar-free lime Jell-O before freezing for a tart snack)
  • Zucchini chips (spray thinly sliced zucchini with nonstick cooking spray and bake at 350 degrees until crisp)
  • Kale chips (spray pieces of kale with nonstick cooking spray and bake at 350 degrees until crisp)
  • Baby carrots, celery, and broccoli with zero-point ranch dip (mix two cups nonfat Greek yogurt with one packet ranch dressing mix)
  • Baked peaches topped with cinnamon
  • Melon balls
  • Sliced mango
  • Tropical fruit kabobs (diced mango, pineapple, passion fruit, and kiwi on a kabob stick)
  • A bowl of mixed berries
  • Sliced bell pepper with nonfat refried beans for dipping
  • Homemade fruit salad (chop your favorite fruits and mix them together in a bowl)
  • Baked apples with cinnamon
  • Orange slices
  • Cajun carrot chips (sprinkle thinly sliced carrots with Cajun seasoning and microwave for four to six minutes, or until chips are crispy)
  • Strawberries tossed with balsamic vinegar
  • Watermelon slices
  • No-sugar added applesauce with cinnamon
  • Sliced bell peppers
  • Unsweetened fruit cup
  • Sliced tomato sprinkled with salt and pepper
  • Sliced banana
  • Pickle spears
  • Fat-free salsa with sliced carrots for dipping
  • Sliced cantaloupe and honeydew melon
  • Banana ice cream (freeze a sliced banana until solid, then blend until smooth)
  • Clementine
  • Pumpkin pancakes (Whisk together three eggs, ¼ cup pumpkin puree, and one packet sugar-free sweetener. Pour into a hot skillet and cook evenly on both sides)
  • Banana pancakes (Whisk together three eggs, one mashed ripe banana, and one packet sugar-free sweetener. Pour into a hot skillet and cook evenly on both sides)

Dairy Snacks

While not all dairy is free on the Smart Points plan, there are a few delicious options to choose from – even some frozen treats to satisfy an ice cream craving!

Here are some great snack ideas from the dairy section:

  • Fat-free yogurt with added strawberries, raspberries or blueberries
  • Fat-free Greek yogurt with a spoonful of sugar-free jelly mixed in
  • Sliced apples topped with Greek yogurt and cinnamon
  • Frozen fat-free yogurt with sugar-free strawberry jelly
  • Greek yogurt popsicles (dice your favorite fruit and mix with nonfat Greek yogurt, then pour into popsicle mold and freeze)

Protein Snacks

Protein-packed snacks are a great way to fill up and sustain that full feeling longer. And luckily, there are a variety of delicious protein options to choose from on the list of zero-point Weight Watchers foods.

If you’re looking for some protein-filled snack ideas that are zero points, you’ll love these:

  • Hard-boiled egg with a sprinkle of salt and pepper
  • Nonfat sliced turkey rolled into bite-sized pieces
  • Lettuce cups with diced chicken breast and pico de gallo
  • Edamame
  • Deviled eggs (Mix the yolk of a boiled egg with one teaspoon nonfat Greek yogurt, a squirt of mustard, and salt and pepper to taste. Refill the egg white with the yolk mixture and enjoy)
  • Celery topped with tuna
  • Jerk chicken lettuce tacos (fold a leaf of lettuce in half to form a taco shell and fill with jerk chicken)
  • Diced chicken topped with nonfat salsa
  • Spinach omelet
  • Buffalo chicken stuffed celery (combine shredded chicken with nonfat Greek yogurt and buffalo sauce and use the mixture to fill celery stalks)
  • A packet of tuna mixed with Cajun seasoning
  • Scrambled eggs with nonfat salsa
  • Southwestern omelet made with fat-free salsa and shredded chicken

Vickie Louise
Vickie Louise
Vickie Louise is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of A Crazy Family. She is a stay at home mom of a little boy with a big personality. After having her son, she realized how important it is for moms to take care of themselves, physically and mentally. Vickie believes in the power of using social media and her online presence for good and is thrilled to provide you with a space to celebrate all that is awesome (and a little crazy) in the world.

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