14. Chipotle Turkey Breast Casserole
Batch cook this chicken (sub: turkey breast) casserole in advance and have WWfreezer meals ready to eat when you need them!This is a recipe that can be easily customized based on your tastepreferences. Fan of spicy food? Add some extra chipotle paste! Don’t have cansof both black beans and pinto beans on-hand? Use cans of mixed beans!Top the final dish with some Greek yogurt, serve, and enjoy this tasty andfilling dish!Per serving: 0 Freestyle SmartPoints (8 Green, 0 Blue, 0 Purple)Get the recipe from Pointed Kitchen.—
13. Turkey Chili Mac & Cheese
Another Weight Watchers freezer meal, this macaroni and cheese chili isabsolutely mouthwatering!You can make a large batch and then freeze it in portions in storage bags.When you’re ready to eat, simply thaw and microwave to heat. If you arecraving a comforting and familiar dish, be sure to bookmark this one!Per serving: 6 Freestyle SmartPoints (10 Green, 6 Blue, 2 Purple)Get the recipe from Pointed Kitchen.—
8. Spiced Turkey and Butternut Squash Skillet
If you like meals with bold flavors, this ground turkey and squash skilletwill be your new favorite WW meal! It’s a one-pot meal that is both low inpoints and nutrient-dense.To make preparing this dish as easy as possible, save time and a headache bypurchasing pre-cut butternut squash. If you go this route, you’ll be able toserve this main dish in just 30 minutes.Per serving: 3 Freestyle SmartPoints (3 Green, 2 Blue, 2 Purple)Get the recipe from Lite Cravings.—
9. Mushroom Swiss Turkey Burger Bowl
Save on your daily points by opting for a bunless burger by whipping up thisturkey burger bowl! All you have to do is cook the ground turkey and mushroomsbefore mixing it with cream cheese and mustard, then layer the mixture on topof lettuce and garnish with cheese and tomatoes.This is a high-protein meal that would be a great choice for meal preppingworkday lunches.Per serving: 3 Freestyle SmartPoints (4 Green, 3 Blue, 3 Purple)Get the recipe from Hungry Girl.—
17. Turkey Meatballs and Cauliflower Rice Soup
This meatball soup recipe is warming, wholesome, and extremely low in WeightWatchers points (just 1 Freestyle SmartPoint!). You can double the recipe toyield a large batch of soup, eat some this week, and then freeze the rest toeat later.To save time when preparing the dish, use bagged cauliflower rice rather thanspending any extra effort ricing it yourself; you can, however, buy a head ofcauliflower and rice it in your food processor if you don’t have any ricedcauliflower on-hand!Per serving: 1 Freestyle SmartPoint (3 Green, 1 Blue, 1 Purple)Get the recipe from Skinny Kitchen.—
Easy Turkey & Zucchini Skillet
Ground turkey, zucchini, bell pepper, spinach, onion, garlic, and lots ofseasonings… there are so many yummy ingredients in this easy one pot skilletmeal! And the finished dish is dairy free, gluten free, paleo, and Whole30compliant!We still have an abundance of zucchini over here so I’m going to keep lookingfor yummy ways to incorporate it into our meals. No way am I going to miss anopportunity for fresh in-season veggies, right?Zucchini is of course always a great side dish. Similarly, you know squash ina skillet with simple seasonings is also dinner perfection (see my EasySautéed Squash). But sometimes I just want to toss those veggies into a onepot meal and make them part of something magical. Cooking everything togetheris a serious weeknight dinner win for this mama. It usually means less prepand less clean up — two tasks I am always happy to limit!So let’s chat all things Easy Turkey & Zucchini Skillet. This protein + veggiecombo is everything you need. It’s light, simple, and super flavorful.Because, let’s be honest, I don’t know any other way.To create this delicious one pan wonder, we’ll start by browning the groundturkey. Yes, of course, feel free to use a lean ground beef if you prefer.Once the meat is browned, season it and add minced garlic. Let the garlicsauté for a quick minute until it turns golden in color. Now take everythingout of the pan because it’s time to work on our veggies!Sauté those beautiful vegetables until tender. Season. Toss the meat back intothe skillet. Stir in fresh spinach. Simmer with water and tomato paste. Dinneris done, my friends! It’s not hard but dang is it ever yummy.You can easily make this meal even more satiating by serving it over rice(traditional or cauliflower). You can also stir it into pasta or add it toroasted spaghetti squash. But it’s pretty perfect all on its own too!
How small should you cut your zucchini?
Cut off and discard the ends. Cut your zucchini length-wise. Then slicehorizontally to create half-moons or half-circles. Slice each half-moon again.That’s the size you want.Each piece will be about 3/4 to 1 inch. They’re small enough to cook quicklybut substantial enough in size to hold up to the heat of the skillet.Your bell pepper and onion should be cut so they’re close in size to thezucchini pieces.More recipes like this:Turkey Taco Skillet20 Minute Skillet Sausage & ZucchiniGround Turkey & Potato SkilletQuick Sausage & Spring VeggiesUnstuffed Cabbage Skillet”