If you are fully into the latest WW program, the WW PersonalPoints™ plan, then you may be looking for more options to create your meal plan. While we can't give you exact points on recipes anymore, we can share ranges, and below is a great meal plan you can print and use that is focused on utilizing zeropoint turkey and chicken breasts throughout the week to give you a large variety of meal options.
WW PersonalPoints™ Meal Plan
The focus of this meal plan is to utilize the zero-point poultry options as much as possible to add protein to your menu. While it may not be an exact set of points each day for everyone, it will end up being a generally low-point menu you can mix and match to fit your other zero-point options. Each of the categories below has 5 to 6 unique recipes to mix and match for low-point but delicious days.
If you are new to WW PersonalPoints™, you may want to start with this post about the WW 2021 updates to WW PersonalPoints™. Then check out the ways to earn extra PersonalPoints™, and some tips for success with WW PersonalPoints™ to get you started. You can also grab these printable WW PersonalPoints™ ZeroPoint foods lists to help keep track of what you can have for zero points on your own unique plan.
This meal plan ranges from 10 points to 35 points per day depending upon what is on your own zero point list. The ranges are versatile and easy to add to your menu to fit into your own personal daily point needs. You can print your meal plan here or scroll down and go over more information first!
How Does a Meal Plan Help Me Have WW PersonalPoints™ Success?
Planning what you will be eating helps a ton to not just prevent those last-minute drive-thru moments, but also to give you a chance to track your day out ahead of time to see gaps in your menu. By looking at a full day or week of foods, you can see the meals where you aren't adding enough vegetables or fruits to your menu. It can also show you the days you tend to have less protein and may need to add another serving of that ZeroPoint turkey or chicken.
Plus, the best part of this is that after you have gone through a week using a meal plan, you can easily pinpoint the meals or recipes that just don't keep you full long enough or even the things that result in cravings. For some, a sweet breakfast may fit into points but end up in binging later in the day. Others may find they need more low-point snacks between meals so they don't overeat at meal time.
WW PersonalPoints™ Breakfasts
Breakfast is an important part of any day and starting out with something nutritious that is also ideal for your WW points allowance is a must. Below are some great options that can be made to feed the whole family or just for your own day-to-day use. These recipes give you 7 unique options, but you can also make one batch of something like the muffins that will last for multiple days of breakfasts.
- Peanut Butter Banana Muffins (2-4 points per muffin)
- Turkey Sausage Egg Muffins (0-6 points per egg muffin)
- Country Style Breakfast Tacos (6-9 points per 2 tacos)
- Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal (2-7 points per serving)
- Cranberry Banana Bread (4-9 points per serving)
Alongside these recipes, I recommend adding a few other items that are low or zero points to round out your meal. Some options you may find on your ZeroPoint foods lists are below.
- Non-fat plain yogurt
- Fresh fruit of any kind
- 99% fat-free turkey or chicken sausage (homemade is usually zero points)
- Hardboiled eggs
WW PersonalPoints™ Lunches
Lunch keeps you fueled through the day and can help you to manage without reaching for snacks that are high points. For lunch, you may think of sandwiches, but there are tons of easy options you can add to your lunch menu that is great for keeping you full without sacrificing a ton of points. Especially if you add tons of good protein to your meals!
- Air Fryer Parmesan Chicken Tenders (2-9 points per serving)
- Baked Pizza Sticks (4-8 points per serving) perfect to serve alongside a side salad.
- WW BLT Salad (6-11 points per serving)
- Turkey Wrap (4-6 points per wrap) - easily customize this with any low point luncheon meat, your favorite vegetables, or a different flavor of Laughing Cow cheese.
- Healthy Chicken Salad (2-5 points per serving)
- Eggroll in a Bowl (1-3 points per serving) - add zero point ground turkey or chicken to make this a more satisfying meal.
Sides to most meals are important, and you may be thinking chips or cookies. While working on better health, you should think about things that are nutritious, have lots of vitamins, fiber, and protein instead. Below are some ideas that work well alongside these lunches and can help make your luncheon more satisfying.
- Side salad with low-point salad dressings.
- Any non-starchy vegetable that has been steamed or roasted.
- Brown rice, quinoa, barley, or buckwheat in small portions add great complex carbohydrates that are also full of fiber.
- Fresh fruit.
- Non-fat plain yogurts (add honey and fruit for more flavor).
WW PersonalPoints™ Dinners
Dinner tends to be a focus on the larger meal of the day. You can easily change that to lunch if you prefer, but this list showcases some of our favorites that are fulfilling and easy to prepare. Each of these also features chicken or turkey as the main ingredient for a zero-point protein.
- Baked Chicken Fajitas (0-4 points per serving)
- Skinny Chicken Alfredo Pizza (8-11 points per serving)
- Chicken and Dumplings (3-8 per serving)
- Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole ( 4-6 points per serving)
- White Bean Turkey Chili Recipe (1-8 points per serving)
Serving these recipes you may want to add something to the side. Reach for steamed, boiled, or roasted vegetables, a side salad, or fruit for zero or low points to most of these meals. You can also use low-point crackers, rice, or tortilla chips if desired.
WW PersonalPoints™ Snacks & Desserts
Of course, no day is complete without a snack, dessert, or both. There are tons of options to choose from already on your ZeroPont foods lists, but you can also check out some of our favorite snacks below for an idea of some things you can add to your day that will satisfy your snack craving all while staying within your points allowances.
- Healthy Veggie Dip (3 points per serving)
- Deviled Eggs (1-3 points per whole egg)
- Pistachio Fluff (3-4 points per serving)
Printable Menu Plan
Click below for the printable menu plan to hang on your refrigerator as a reminder of your daily menu. Then come back here and open each of the recipe links to bookmark them, save them, or print them out to easily have access to each day when preparing your meals!
More Meal Plan Ideas for WW
If you need even more inspiration, below are some of our past meal plans. While not all of these fit the latest WW program points, you can easily modify or update the recipe to fit your own points' needs.