Hello Sarah skinnypoints is here… Today i want to share with you a list of food for Walmart (weight watchers Friendly) that i found on onebadasslife.com wesbite…
Here’s My Weight Watchers Smart Points Food List:
Fruit and Veggies – 0 Weight Watchers Smart Points
I’m not going to list all of the fruits and vegetables that you can buy from Walmart Groceries. That would be a waste of your time and mine. Instead, I’ll tell you that I normally buy bananas, apples, oranges, tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce every week. Depending on my mood, I’ll snag some bell peppers, eggplant, celery, onions, cauliflower, mushrooms, and squash. Then I try to eat them as fast as possible so they don’t spoil. Most fruits and vegetables are 0 smart points unless you blend them in a smoothie. Then you’ll count them in the recipe per the Weight Watchers Smart Points program manual.
Coffee Creamer – 0 – 1 Weight Watchers Smart Points :
Coffee Creamer – 0 – 1 Weight Watchers Smart Points:
Coffee creamer was the hardest switch for me on the Weight Watchers program because I love Coffee Mate Coconut flavor creamer. I didn’t care if it cost another 100 calories when I poured it in my travel sized mug until I realized that my coffee was costing me 5 smart points in the morning. I tried Premier Protein vanilla drink in my coffee first and it’s pretty decent. Then I found Great Value Sugar Free French Vanilla creamer. It’s only 1 smart point for a tablespoon, which I find to be a bit much. If I’m only using 1 tsp, then it’s 0 smart points. I try to stay in that range when possible.
If I’m in the mood for chocolate flavored creamer, I’ll use the Nestle Coffee-Mate Chocolate Sugar-Free creamer. It’s 1 smart point for 1 tsp, but so worth the points.
Jilly’s Sugar-Free Gelatin Dessert – 0 Weight Watchers Smart Points :
Sugar-Free Gelatin is only 0 Weight Watchers Smart Points. I like convenience so I try to buy them already made, but will also make them if I’m saving a few cents that week. Jilly’s gelatin runs under $3 for 12 of them, which is much cheaper than the Jell-O brand.
Great Value Sugar-Free Chocolate Flavored Syrup – 0 Smart Points :
I use a little bit of this chocolate flavored syrup on my frozen bananas. It makes a great afternoon treat. At only 0 smart points, it’s hard not to have a frozen banana split every day.
I have to be careful with putting sugar-free substitutes in my body. I wish I could be an organic loving, natural sugar, no junk food eating kind of gal, but right now I’m not there. I tried to do that a few years ago but ended up giving up. I think it takes more than a month to create better food habits. I think it takes years. Sugar-free items are yummy, but can lead to cramps and other unhealthy results. Like everything, sugar-free substitutes should be used in moderation.
Almond Milk Unsweetened – 0-1 Weight Watchers Smart Points :
I buy the Great Value almond milk brand because it’s cheaper than most brands. It’s 1 smart point per cup. However, I believe the Silk brand is 0 smart points according to my Weight Watchers app. If you’re looking for the least amount of points, use that brand. Otherwise, to save a buck or so try the Great Value brand. I find all of the unsweetened almond milk brands taste the same in my protein shake, cereal or coffee.
Starkist Tuna Salad – 1 Weight Watchers Smart Points :
I can eat Starkist Tuna Salad right out of the pouch. In fact, I love it so much I emailed the company and told them never to discontinue it! Of course, they responded with an envelope containing a free coupon, which I appreciated but didn’t ask for. I love making tuna melts with it. I use the Sara Lee 45 calorie bread toasted, top it with my Starkist Tuna Salad (I use the entire pouch), and sprinkle some cheese on top of it. It’s so good! Walmart is by far the cheapest place to buy these tuna pouches at less than $1 each.
Turkey Snack Sticks – 1 Weight Watchers Smart Point :
With 3 boys in the house, I can’t keep turkey snack sticks in stock. I’m always out right as I go to grab one, so I started putting the prewrapped ones in my purse. That way I’ll have some on hand when I want one and when I’m out and about. The Butterball brand comes individually wrapped and is 3 for 2 smart points. They run about $4 at my Walmart Grocery for 12 sticks. The Old Wisconsin brand contains almost twice as many and runs about the same price. It’s also yummy but doesn’t come individually wrapped. I buy the Old Wisconsin brand for the boys. They make great road trip snacks!
Sugar-Free Snack Pack Pudding – 2 Weight Watchers Smart Points :
The sugar-free snack pack pudding is only 2 smart points. It’s pretty good cold with a dab of whipped cream on top. If you prefer to pretend you’re eating chocolate pie, sprinkle some graham crackers on top of your pudding with a little whipped cream and you’ve got a low smart points substitute that will cost you 3-4 smart points depending on how many graham crackers you use.
Turkey Pepperoni – 2 Weight Watchers Smart Points :
I love the Hormel turkey pepperoni. It’s 2 smart points for 17 slices. I usually use about ¼ of a serving size when I make my eggplant pizza. To make yours simply grill slices of eggplant, spread some prepared pizza sauce or tomato sauce on top, sprinkle a little cheese, add some more vegetables (I like mushrooms and peppers), and top with turkey pepperoni. You’ll end up with dinner or lunch for less than 4 smart points depending on how much sauce and cheese you use.
Turkey Franks – 2-4 Weight Watchers Smart Points :
Turkey Franks generally run from 2 to 4 Weight Watchers smart points. I’ve tried both the Foster Farms turkey franks and the Oscar Mayer’s Select turkey franks. Both are great. The Foster Farms turkey franks are 3 smart points and the Oscar Mayer’s Select turkey franks are 4 smart points. I prefer the Jennie-O turkey franks at only 2 smart points, but my Walmart Groceries doesn’t carry them.
These are my favorite finds for this week. I hope this list helps you.
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