One of the biggest requests from this year has been adding WW Freestyle Points to all my existing recipes. While I started developing recipes for flexible dieting or macronutrient trackers, I now see the parallels between those needs and the needs of Weight Watchers recipes. So, I’ve added Smart Points to every recipe on my blog!
This roundup of 25 Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipes breaks them down in ascending Smart Point order, so let’s get to the list starting with 1-2 Smart Points breakfast recipes.
Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipes with 1-2 Smart Points
This section is a mixed bag with everything from chili to protein donuts. To visit the recipe, click on the underlined recipe title.
This breakfast chili is as easy as throwing everything in a pot, slow cooker, or Instant Pot and walking away. Each serving is loaded with protein and just 100 calories and 1 Smart Point. It’s perfect for healthy breakfast meal prep to pair with crispy hash browns, melted cheese, and fried eggs first thing in the morning.
Note: You can make this even better by substituting my 0 Smart Point chicken breakfast sausage for the turkey sausage.
Quick and easy baked chocolate donuts with 89 calories and 1 Smart Point each.
These egg white cups are loaded with veggies but require minimal prep thanks to simple ingredient selection. They’re great as a breakfast meal prep recipe with just 50 calories and 1 Smart Point each.
These healthy breakfast muffins are sure to be a hit for meal prep or a weekend brunch. There’s both a meatless and turkey sausage version depending on your preference.
These muffins are absolute flavor bombs. They’re also highly customizable and can be baked if you don’t have an air fryer.
Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipes with 3 Smart Points
The 3sp section is the real meat of this roundup. You’ll find more recipes with protein powder in this section. If you’re not a protein powder chef, most of them can still be made by simply substituting the other carb source (like flour) for the protein powder with minimal changes to the Smart Points total.
Ever combined ready-to-go pancake mix like Bisquick or Kodiak Cakes with protein powder to make even higher protein, ridiculously easy protein powder pancakes? If not, it’s time to change that.
This is one of my personal favorites. Add it to some fat free Greek yogurt, and you’ve got yourself a high protein snack with tons of satisfying crunch.
Have a low calorie, low carb bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit in minutes with this crazy simple recipe that can be prepared entirely in a microwave.
With just six ingredients, these oatmeal cups are super easy to make. And thanks to sugar free apple pie filling, they taste like the real deal but with significantly fewer calories.
A super simple recipe for cheesy, crispy hash brown taco shells that will take your breakfast tacos to the next level. And with 5 grams of protein and carbs per shell, they’ll fit into nearly any type of nutrition plan.
You’ll never believe these blueberry cake donuts have 22 grams of protein and 7 grams of carbs each! They’re so fluffy and moist, and the sugar free glaze makes everything just melt in your mouth.
If you’re looking for a more minimal protein pancake recipe, these are the move. They’re flourless, super low in carbs and sugar, and ridiculously filling and satisfying.
All your breakfast faves wrapped into one high protein breakfast log with 20 grams of protein and only 150 calories per serving. This recipe is perfect for prepping breakfast for the week if you’re in a rush.
If you need to eat more vegetables, you’ll love this one-pan sweet potato breakfast hash. It’s loaded with high quality carbs, healthy amounts of protein and fiber, and has no added oils. And each serving has just 195 calories and 3 Smart Points.
A protein donuts recipe made with Cap’n Crunch, real berries, and a healthier powdered sugar-based cereal milk donut glaze. With only 116 calories and nearly 10 grams of protein per donut, you may have found your new breakfast staple.
Perfect for prepping in bulk to pop in the air fryer for a <5-minute breakfast or snack.
Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipes with 4 Smart Points
The 4sp section has some serious gems, and the hot honey chicken biscuits are one my favorite recipes of all time.
Okay, this is technically cheating, but you can have one of my biscuits for 3 SmartPoints and load up on chicken sausage patties, which have 0 SmartPoints each. That leaves you some room for a little jam, cheese, and other biscuit fixin’s.
Whether you need a breakfast for meal prep or a recipe to feed the whole family, this everything bagel crescent roll breakfast pizza will do the trick. With 11 grams of protein, 135 calories, and 4 Smart Points per slice, you can have your pizza and eat it, too.
If you’re a chicken biscuit fan, you’ll love this sweet and spicy oven baked crispy chicken. It’s sweet and spicy and goes perfectly with a sugar free raspberry chipotle jam between a lower carb biscuit.
These banana breakfast cookies pack walnuts, cranberries, oats, and 11 grams of protein into every cookie. They’re super easy to make and perfect for making in bulk to have every morning with your coffee.
Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipes with 5 Smart Points
Wrapping up the list, the bacon and brussels sprouts breakfast pie and sweet potato hash browns are must try recipes.
Think: Bacon egg and cheese biscuits in pizza form.
Who says you can’t have a pie for breakfast? This quick and easy breakfast pie turns frozen brussels sprouts and precooked bacon into a unbelievably scrumptious dish with just 180 calories per slice!
A 3-ingredient pumpkin pizza crust using Kodiak Cakes Pancake Mix topped with a blend of southwest breakfast ingredients. Each slice has 14 grams of protein, 16 grams of carbs, and 5 Smart Points.
Swap the box grater for a food processor and make cooking sweet potato hash browns 10x easier! And you’d never know these sweet and spicy hash browns use lower calorie ingredients.
This recipe is part of my ultimate guide to making protein oatmeal. With fresh grated carrots and a blend of spices, you get the great carrot cake flavor in a warm bowl of oatmeal without all the calories of real carrot cake. It’s the very last recipe in the guide so scroll to the bottom.
That’s A Wrap
I hope this roundup was helpful. If you try any of these recipes, I’d love to know what you think about them. Take a photo and tag me on Instagram or jump in my Facebook group and share it with the gang.