Weight Watchers Lasagna only has 8 Weight Watchers Points! Can you believe this Skinny Cheat’s Lasagna is actually healthy? It’s secretly thickened up with extra vegetables like carrots, zucchini, and celery, making it the perfect healthy comfort food. This Easy Lasagna Recipe is sure to make you feel like you’re indulging, without the guilt. We LOVE this Healthy Lasagna Recipe!
Healthy Lasagna Recipe
This Healthy Lasagna Recipe is a must make. With New Years resolutions looming large over our January decisions, I’ve really been trying to find some new and easy healthy recipes to show you. I’m a firm believer in moderation and have never been into strict diets. Henry is over 10 months now, but I’m still feeling like I have a little baby weight to lose, so for me I’m just trying to make little tweaks here and there to make favorite recipes a little less indulgent.
This Weight Watcher’s Lasagna tastes like you’re cheating on your diet, but you’re not. It has all the things you love about lasagna…beef, noodles, and tomatoes. You’re never going to miss the other junk. :)
Weight Watchers Lasagna with only 8 WW Points
Weight Watcher’s Lasagna is made secretly healthy by bulking it up with extra veggies. Carrots, Zucchini, Onions, and Celery finely chopped add to the beef to make a hearty and flavorful filling, without piling on the calories. Just trust me on this one, it tastes amazing.
How do you make this a Healthy Lasagna Recipe?
- This Healthy Lasagna Recipe uses lots of veggies to make it hearty while skimping on calories. It only has 8 Weight Watchers Points!
- We use whole milk mozzarella pearls as well as non fat shredded cheese to make sure this Healthy Lasagna Recipe is still cheesy and delicious, but also not terrible for your waist line.
- It still has all of the flavors of a Classic Lasagna with less fat and less calories. Win win!
Now normally, as you know, I’m a huge cheese lover. And that’s hasn’t ended, trust me. But not every recipe, not even every LASAGNA recipe, needs to be layered in every type of cheese. We skipped the traditional ricotta cheese found in lasagna and also skipped tons and tons of shredded cheese on top.
We did broil on some low fat shredded cheese on top…because like I said, everything in moderation! What would lasagna be without cheese? Live a little!
I’m so excited about this Healthy Lasagna Recipe because it proves that not all indulgent recipes have to require stretchy pants. We can live up to our New Years Resolutions while still enjoying what we eat. I think that’s important to keeping up with goals. Can’t hate every moment of it.
Some other notable healthy recipes that people just love on the site are Salmon with Avocado Salsa, Skinny Margarita, Baked Fried Chicken, Garlic Mashed Cauliflower, Mexican Grilled Corn on the Cob, and Roasted Brussels Sprouts. Who says healthy recipes can’t have tons of flavor?!
If you’re looking for lasagna but this isn’t quite right, check out our White Chicken Lasagna, Dutch Oven Lasagna, or Seafood Lasagna! Something for everyone.
See the recipe card below for full details on How to Make Weight Watchers Lasagna Recipe. Enjoy!
I have not tried it yet. I can not find what the serving size is for the 8 points. Even under the nutritional information it does not say for how much. Can anyone help me with this?
Hi Betty, this recipe makes 6 servings, so 1/6 of the pan is a serving worth 8 points.
I have made this several times and everyone enjoys it! It’s light and delicious. My husband prefers spicy foods so he adds spices to his own plate!
I’m so happy to hear you love it, Kathy!
Ok-listen up folks: THIS IS HORRIBLY BLAND. And I mean BLAND. And it’s a lot of chopping and dicing and steps for this outcome. I was skeptical, but I had faith according to the reviews. i’m a great cook and I love to cook. Now I know I am Italian and I’m really not being a snob but this is just horrible. I was skeptical when they said diced tomatoes in water and a little bit of paste. I said to myself it’s just gonna just taste like tomatoes and water? And is exactly what it taste like and time? And lasagna no. But I still stuck with it all and thought maybe this is going to be like a Bolognese and me and it is not. I could see how this could be great if you make your own sauce or even use a jarred sauce. Because I love the idea of just breaking five noodles up and no RICOTTA in it, etc. but this is not a winner gross.
I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy this recipe, Angela! I do recommend seasoning the sauce to taste before assembling the lasagna!
Best tasting low calorie
Thanks for sharing, Jodi!
Question – When I put the nutrition info listed into the WW app, I’m coming up with 15 points. I’m on the blue plan. I’m very new to WW, so I’m sure there’s something I’m not doing right.
I love this recipe! Delicious, but I’m getting 15 points as well when I pull all of the nutritional information into my WW app! No matter how many servings I changed it it, it still said 15! When you only get 23 points a day that’s just too much! Delicious though!
We loved it. Easy to make and quick for a weeknight dinner
I am glad your crew loved it! Thanks!
Another great recipe! Healthy, hearty and flavorful. Will definitely make again!
very good. Thank you for sharing.
very good. Thank you for sharing!