20 WW-Friendly Recipes for 2020
After a ten-day, four-city road trip through Georgia and North Carolina, I’m so excited to be home and meal prepping!
On our ride home I put together this list of 20 WW-friendly recipes I want to try in 2020.
Up first, the “Skillet Pickle Chicken” from The Skinnyish Dish! Amy SWEARS by it, and I’ve been dying to try it.
My friend Rachel swears by this “Egg Roll in a Bowl” recipe from The Pound Dropper. I think it would make a great make-ahead lunch prep.
You know I LOVE my brussel sprouts, and I loved Cacio E Pepe so this Skinnytaste recipe for “Cacio E Pepe Brussel Sprouts” looks terrific!
I love all things buffalo-flavors and let’s be real: cauliflower is having a moment. So this “Buffalo Cauliflower Wings” recipe from Emily Bites looks like a winner!
Did you know that cod has more protein than almost any red meat? True story! This “Garlic Lemon Cod” recipe is another favorite of Bridget’s, and I like how easy it would be to throw together on a weeknight!
I love our airfryer. It cooks food so quickly, and I love the crispy crunch that it gives the food. This “Spicy Popcorn Chicken” recipe from Mason Woodruff is definitely happening! It looks so good!
I rarely bake, but Mr. Big enjoys a good biscuit, so I’m going to try this “Light Biscuit” recipe from Dward Cooks!
I love Fakeout Takeout, and this “Kung Pao Chicken” recipe from Lite Cravings looks perfect!
I love pork, and this “Pork Medallions Over Cheesy Grits” recipe from My Bizzy Kitchen looks so yummy!
I love to make soups on Sunday (we call it “Souper Sunday”), and this Creamy “Crockpot White Chicken Chili” recipe from The Skinnyish Dish looks like it will be delicious!
The other recipe Rachel swears by is this “Lightened Up Cheesecake” from The Pound Dropper. I see tons of people making it on my social, too, so I feel like it’s worth the effort to try it!
I have a confession: I’ve never made a spaghetti squash because it totally intimidates me. But this Skinnytaste recipe for “Baked Spaghetti Squash” looks like I can handle it.
Chicken and Dumplings is just such a lovely comfort food, and it always makes my home smell delicious while it bakes. This Emily Bites recipe is definitely making the list!
I’m always on the hunt for good French Onion Soup and this recipe from Dward Cooks can actually double as a base for French dip sandwiches, too!
Bridget swears by this Drizzle Me Skinny recipe for “Buffalo Chicken Burgers,” and it looks like a great weeknight meal!
This “Spicy Tomato and Beef Soup” recipe from Mason Woodruff looks like a delicious and hearty winter soup.
I love shrimp and seafood, and this “Grilled Shrimp Scampi over Crispy Polenta” recipe from My Bizzy Kitchen looks amazing!
Bridget also recommended this “Jerk Chicken with Pineapple Black Bean Salsa” recipe from Budget Bytes. It looks like a great weeknight meal!
I love Braised Red Cabbage so much, and this Budget Bites recipe looks easy and approachable.
I love chicken Marsala, so this “Slow Cooker Chicken Marsala” recipe from Simple Nourished Living looks like the perfect Sunday supper!
What about you? Are you trying any new recipes in 2020?