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Operating as usual


new favorite snack alert: frozen grapes sprinkled with sugar-free jello. thank us later.


3 Point Oatmeal Cookie Pancakes

need an easy, satisfying breakfast? consider these 3-point oatmeal cookie pancakes your new go-to.

Here's what you'll need:

✨ Banana - 1 medium
✨ Quick cook rolled oats - 1/2 cup
✨ Egg - 1, large
✨ Baking powder - 1/2 tsp
✨ Cinnamon - 1 tsp
✨ Nutmeg - 1/2 tsp
✨ Vanilla extract - 1 tsp
✨ Cooking spray

via WW Member on TikTok


guys, did you know McDonald's kids fries are only 3 points?! happy FRY-day! 🍟


0 Point Egg & Turkey Roll

assembling a snack >> cooking a snack. these turkey-egg bites are all flavor, 0 points. would you try this?

How to make it:

1. Cut a hard boiled egg in half and top with mustard.
2. Add cornichon (aka gherkin) or a pickle slice.
3. Roll it up in a turkey slice and enjoy!


Let's help each other out: What's your best WW hack? Drop them below!


Air Fryer Mozzarella Bites

“put us in, Coach!”—these Air-Fryer Mozz Bites before the big game, probably. 🏈

Recipe can be found below & at our link in bio!

What you'll need:

✨ Cooking spray- 4 spray(s)
✨ All-purpose flour- 1½ tsp
✨ Egg white(s)- 1 large, lightly beaten
✨ Panko breadcrumbs- ¼ cup(s)
✨ Italian seasoning- ½ tsp
✨ Garlic powder- ¼ tsp
✨ Table salt- ⅛ tsp
✨ WW Light part-skim mozzarella string cheese- 4 stick(s), each cut into 3 pieces
✨ Jarred fat free marinara sauce- ¼ cup(s), warmed

How to make it:

1. Place the flour and the egg white in two separate small shallow bowls. Combine the panko, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, and salt in another shallow bowl. Place the cheese pieces in the bowl with the flour, and toss well to coat. Dip the cheese pieces in the egg white, turning to coat. Place the cheese pieces in the panko mixture, turning to coat. Arrange the coated cheese pieces on a plate. Place in the freezer for 20 minutes.

2. Preheat an air fryer, if necessary, to 400°F. Line the air fryer basket with parchment paper. Arrange the cheese pieces in the basket, spacing them apart as much as possible so they’re not touching. Coat the cheese pieces with cooking spray. Air-fry at 400°F until the coating is lightly browned and crisp, 5 to 6 minutes. Serve with the marinara sauce.

3. Serving size: 3 mozzarella bites and 1 tbsp marinara

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We don’t know if we’re more excited that this Air-Fryer Spice-Rubbed Salmon is 0 Points…or that it’s ready in just 12 minutes. Pls vote.

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please answer this is serious.

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They like me, they really like me.


Low point coffee say less

Low point coffee say less w/ Themacrobarista

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like for bacon, comments for cheese

Bacon, Cheddar and Tomato Sandwich only 4pts!



Tia Mowry X WeightWatchers

We might not be sisters, but Tia Mowry is joining the WW fam! What Y2K fave SNACKS/foods do you want to see us recreate together?!


Since you guys like eggs so much

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Baked by Melissa🤝Us

some personal news: we’re in a committed relationship with cupcakes. WW × Baked by Melissa is officially here. All 3 points or less - super limited batch! grab 'em before they're gone at https://bit.ly/3Grc2g4


yes, you can return the hate. ily cookies.


We heard you and we simplified. To make losing weight easier—so you can reach your goals and stay there—we’ve made some updates to our science-backed program.
Here’s a look at what’s new as of today:
✨One ZeroPoint® foods list with 200+ nutritional powerhouses you don’t have to weigh, measure, or track. Sharing meals and recipe ideas with friends and family just got way easier!
✨A stable daily Points Budget. It won’t grow from tracking non-starchy veggies or drinking water.
✨An easier-to-navigate app and more...!

Photos from WW's post 11/01/2022

“I joined WeightWatchers in 2019. when my sister-in-law asked me to be in her wedding. But after having my second child, I wasn’t happy with the way I looked. My mom has been a lifelong WW member and she brought me to my first Workshop.

I’ve struggled with my weight my entire life. This is the best shape I’ve ever been in and this is the best I've ever felt. I don’t stare at my closet and change clothes 50 times anymore. If someone takes a picture, I’m not hiding.

More important, I’m living with type 1 diabetes. This is the only program that I know of that works for people living with diabetes. I've lowered my A1C and the amount of insulin I'm taking each day.

For about a year, I've been coaching the same Workshop that I attended. The other people who attend aren’t just members, they watched me do all of this – they're practically a family.

3 Things That Helped Me Succeed:

1. Using my weekly Points® to help manage my blood sugar. When my blood sugar goes low, the solution is to eat sugar. I struggled over what to eat and whether I should track it. I tried to find things that are lower in Points, but high-sugar foods and liquids seem to be the best. Now I remind myself that I have to do this for my health. It's not me making a bad decision.

2. Building a better relationship with food. I don't snack when I'm sad or upset or anything. Food is there to fuel me, it's not my company when I'm bored. During the week, I try to stick to my regular eating habits. But I also give myself the freedom to splurge a little bit on the weekend. I'll have a drink or a beer, or we'll go out to dinner.

3. Finding a community. Everyone in the Workshop is willing to give advice. We're all here. We're all doing it together. Sure, Workshops are meetings once a week where we get together and talk about weight loss and the weekly technique, but also what's going on in everyone’s lives.”

​​—Lindsey H., , -51 pounds*

💙 Today kicks off Diabetes Awareness Month. Whether you’re living with diabetes, prediabetes, or supporting a loved one who is, we know a diagnosis can be overwhelming. WeightWatchers can help – from healthy recipes to a community that gets it. Plus, our Diabetes-Tailored Plan is proven to help lower weight and blood sugar.

*People following the WW program can expect to lose 1–2 pounds/week.

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Mourning tomato season? *Butternut & Ricotta Bruschetta has entered the chat*

✨ 62 calories + 3 g protein + 9 g carbs + 1 g fiber + 2 g fat + 2 g sugar = 2 Points® for 1 bruschetta

What you’ll need:

✔️ Uncooked butternut squash - 12 oz, peeled and cubed
✔️ Olive oil - 1 Tbsp
✔️ Balsamic vinegar - 1 Tbsp
✔️ Honey - 1 Tbsp
✔️ Kosher salt - ½ tsp
✔️ Garlic clove - 1 medium clove, halved
✔️ French baguette - 5 oz, cut into 16 slices, toasted
✔️ Part-skim ricotta cheese - ¾ cup
✔️ Crushed red pepper flakes - ½ tsp
✔️ Fresh parsley - 2 Tbsp, chopped

How to make it:

1. Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper.

2. In a medium bowl, toss together the squash, oil, vinegar, honey, and salt. Arrange the squash mixture in a single layer on the prepared pan. Bake until lightly browned and tender, 20 to 25 minutes, stirring after 12 minutes.

3. Rub the cut sides of the garlic halves over the toasted baguette. Spread about 2 tsp of ricotta over each toast. Top evenly with the squash. Sprinkle with the pepper flakes and parsley.

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Your daily reminder that real life is messy and unfiltered. Setbacks are normal and if you’re *not* experiencing them, well, please give us a call because we want to know your secret.

We’re all trying to find what works, but sometimes recognizing what doesn’t work is just as helpful. Think of those moments less like failures and more like test-runs – so you’ll know not to take that route next time.

We’ll never tell you that this journey is easy. In fact, sometimes it can feel impossible, but we’re here for you through the good and the not-so good.

Tell us: How do you learn from your setbacks?

Photos from WW's post 10/25/2022

“When I first joined WeightWatchers in 2006, I was in a really sad place. But I decided to make a change, and I won’t lie, when I walked into my first Workshop, I was scared.

As I began to lose weight, I gained confidence. And because of that, I started running 5Ks, 10Ks, half marathons, and finally full marathons. I’ve run so many marathons now, including New York and Boston!

Recently, I joined WeightWatchers as community support. I want to continue being a role model for my community, for my family, for my friends.

Turning 40 really shifted something for me. Before, I wanted to lose weight and look cute, but now it's about living a long healthy life. I want to be mobile at 70 years old. I want to be able to carry my shopping bags at 75 or even move to Italy!

4 Things That Helped Me Succeed

1. Meal prepping. I'm a big believer that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. I meal prep on Sundays and Wednesdays. I make a big batch of ZeroPoint™ veggies for salads, and proteins like chicken and salmon. And I always use different seasonings – like paprika, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, or cayenne pepper — so I won't get bored. It's all about the sazon!

2. Learning that it’s not about restriction. I can still go to a winery with my friends or have a burger and make it work with my plan. Maybe I’ll have a lower-Points® breakfast or get in activity after. Life's too short to restrict yourself!

3. Owning my bad days. When I’m struggling, I'll cry it out, I'll put some music on, I'll light some candles. Everything's not going to be all sunshine and rainbows. But that's OK, because it's all about consistency. Today I might eat everything in the refrigerator, but tomorrow I'm waking up with a more positive mindset and I'm back on it. I'm back in the driver's seat.

4. Practicing self-compassion. There's a section in Dr. Gary Foster’s book – WeightWatchers’ chief scientific officer – that talks about writing yourself a love letter. I did that, and I thought, wow, even with my struggles, I’ve accomplished so much. I have a cabinet full of medals from all the races I’ve done – over 50!”

​​—Derly O., , -46 pounds*

💙 Go to ww.com to start your success story today!

*People following the WW program can expect to lose 1–2 pounds/week.

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Ever notice how chefs on TikTok run a knife along their food to prove how crispy it is? This Air-Fried Chicken Milanese (the name means there’s parmesan cheese in the bread crumbs) demands that ASMR treatment. It’s *that* crispy-crunchy.

The air fryer makes the outside of the chicken crispy and the inside tender, so you’ll get that “fried” crunch without gobs of oil. We serve it with a flavor-bomb pear & blue cheese salad.

✨ 321 calories + 33 g protein + 22 g carbs + 4 g fiber + 10 g fat + 8 g sugar = 4–8 Points® for 1 cutlet and about 2 cups salad

What you’ll need:

✔️ Cooking spray - 4 sprays
✔️ Egg - 1 item, large
✔️ Panko breadcrumbs - ½ cup
✔️ Grated Parmesan cheese - 2 Tbsp
✔️ Black pepper - ¼ tsp, freshly ground
✔️ Uncooked boneless skinless chicken breast - 1 pound, four (4 oz) cutlets
✔️ Baby arugula - 5 cups
✔️ Frisée - 3 cups, or other lettuce
✔️ Pear - 1 medium, cored, thinly sliced
✔️ Uncooked red onion - ½ cup, sliced, thinly
✔️ Blue cheese - ¼ cup, crumbled
✔️ Low fat red wine vinaigrette salad dressing - ¼ cup

How to make it:

1. Preheat an air fryer to 400°F.

2. In a shallow bowl, beat the egg with a fork. On a small plate, combine the panko, Parmesan, and pepper. Dip a chicken cutlet into the egg, allowing the excess to drip off. Then press the cutlet into the breadcrumb mixture and turn to coat. Set aside and repeat with the remaining chicken.

3. Lightly coat the air fryer basket with cooking spray. Lightly coat both sides of the chicken with cooking spray and arrange in a single layer on the basket. Air-fry, turning once, until golden and cooked through, about 7 minutes.

4. While the chicken cooks, in a medium bowl, combine the arugula, frisee, pear, onion, cheese, and dressing. Serve the salad over the chicken, garnished with some black pepper.

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While we’re at it, let’s consciously uncouple from any good/bad/happy/sad descriptions related to weight.

Instead of putting so much pressure on your size or the scale, focus on the things that make *you* happy. Maybe it’s spending time with family and friends, traveling, cooking delicious meals, or finding the boots you’ve been dreaming about on sale.

And sure, if your weight loss journey helps you achieve those things, then maybe we can call it happy-adjacent. But you should not put your life – or your happiness – on hold until you see a certain number.

Tell us: What are you happy about today?


Chipotle Pulled-Chicken Nachos | WW

It’s official, we’ll be bringing these Chipotle Pulled-Chicken Nachos to every game night, watch party, or potluck from now until…forever.

✨ 226 calories + 21 g protein +16 g carbs + 4 g fiber + 9 g fat + 4 g sugar = 3–5 Points® for 5 topped chips (about 1 ¼ cups)

What you’ll need:

✔️ Cooked skinless boneless chicken breast - 2 cups, chopped, coarsely shredded
✔️ Canned tomato sauce - 18 oz
✔️ Ground cumin- 1 tsp
✔️ Chili powder - 1 tsp, chipotle variety
✔️ Cayenne pepper - 1 pinch
✔️ Light sour cream - ¼ cup
✔️ Fresh lime juice - 1 Tbsp
✔️ Cooking spray - 4 sprays
✔️ Tortilla chips - 30 chips
✔️ 50% reduced fat sharp cheddar cheese - ¾ cup, shredded
✔️ Salsa sauce - ¾ cup
✔️ Avocado - ½ medium, diced
✔️ Sweet red pepper - 1 small, diced
✔️ Uncooked scallion - ¼ cup, chopped
✔️ Pickled jalapeno peppers - ¼ cup, chopped, sliced
✔️ Cilantro - ¼ cup, chopped

How to make it:

1. Combine chicken, tomato sauce, cumin, chili powder and cayenne pepper in a small saucepan; heat over medium heat until bubbly.

2. Stir together sour cream and lime juice; set aside.

3. Preheat broiler. Coat a large rimmed sheet pan with cooking spray.

4. Arrange chips on prepared pan in an even layer; top evenly with chicken mixture and cheese. Heat under broiler until cheese melts, 3-4 minutes (should be 6 inches away from broiler).

5. Drizzle sour cream mixture and salsa over top; sprinkle evenly with avocado, red pepper, scallion, pickled jalapenos and cilantro. Serve immediately.

Photos from WW's post 10/20/2022

ICYMI: The Olivia Wilde-Jason Sudeikis split drama has entered its Salad Dressing Era. Per the Daily Mail, an anonymous source claiming to be the ex-couple’s nanny says Sudeikis broke down when he discovered Wilde made a “special dressing” for Harry Styles.

If the dressing is the most stable part of the relationship, we assumed it had to be *good.* But turns out, we were underwhelmed by the basic vinaigrette. So we asked our food director, , for dressing ideas so delish your ex will lay in front of a car for you.

These ingredients pack big flavor, have a long fridge life, and turn even the most basic staples into a great meal.

✨ Pesto: Toss with roasted broccoli, Brussels sprouts, or cauliflower for a side; spoon over shrimp, fish, chicken, pork, or white beans

✨ Red or green salsa: Stir into stock as a flavor base for soups and stews

✨ Dijon mustard: Glaze a roasted chicken, pork chop, or salmon filet for a delicious crust.

✨ Lemons and limes: Use as a base for a pasta sauce, salad dressing, or marinade

✨ Hummus: Spread on a sandwich or toast; dollop on a grain bowl

Tell us: What’s one ingredient that’s *always* in your fridge?

Photos from WW's post 10/18/2022

“Five years ago, my wife, Teresa, talked me into coming to a WeightWatchers® meeting with her. I was hesitant at first, but I was pre-diabetic and knew I needed to do something.

Once I understood the program, I was on board. I work in engineering, so I like structure. I like writing things down and being held accountable because then you can see where you fall and where you succeed. That’s why I track everything!

Now I feel comfortable again. I was always doubting where I went—even just getting into a booth at a restaurant. I don't have that fear anymore.

My wife has been my biggest supporter. She's a lifetime member – meaning she’s reached her weight loss goal and is now maintaining it – so I’ve learned from her. We plan our menus together, we shop together. It's worked out great. I don't think I would have accomplished this on my own.

3 Things That Helped Me Succeed
1. Changing my relationship with food. Don't get me wrong, I still love food. I'm Mexican-American, so my family celebrates with food. It's just not the main thing anymore. But I do like to indulge and I can because WW doesn’t take anything away from you. I've been on other weight loss plans where they're very strict, and that's not sustainable. At family parties, my wife and I will bring vegetable dishes and split a plate so we still get to try everything.

2. Finding my people. The last two years, I've gotten really into the WW Bros Connect group and it has kicked me into gear. Before that, I didn't feel a lot of connection with men on WW. Having a men's community to touch base with has been so helpful. Everybody knows each other, we post workouts, we post recipes. There's a lot of camaraderie. And when you're struggling you can reach out and there's always somebody there. I've offered advice. I've gotten advice. It works both ways.

3. Getting more active. As I’ve lost weight, I've also gotten more active and gained more energy. Now I'm an avid bike rider. I do a Peloton workout in the morning and I do another bike workout in the afternoon. I made it a routine. First thing in the morning, I get up, I put my workout clothes on and go straight to the garage, six days a week.

You won't get the full success of WeightWatchers if you don't follow it. My advice is to listen to your coaches, take their advice, track everything, and stay within your Points. I try to get blue dots every day. Except for my weigh-in day. On my weigh-in day, I never get a blue dot!”

​​—August M., , -174 pounds*

💙 Go to ww.com to start your success story today!

*People following the WW program can expect to lose 1–2 pounds/week.

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Grain bowls. Hummus bowls. Burrito bowls. All good, but our hearts beat for cheeseburger bowls.

P.S. This recipe isn’t to say you should never eat a burger the old-school way. Sometimes you might want to save the Points®, eat lunch with a fork instead of your hands, or just forgot to grab a pack of buns at the store. Cheeseburgers – in all their forms – are still very much a yes.

✨ 256 calories + 30 g protein + 12 g carbs + 3 g fiber + 10 g fat + 6 g sugar = 6 Points® for 1 bowl

What you’ll need:

✔️ Cooking spray - 4 sprays
✔️ Uncooked extra lean ground beef 96 % lean 4% fat - 1 pound
✔️ Kosher salt - 1 tsp
✔️ Uncooked onion - 1 small, finely chopped
✔️ Chopped romaine lettuce - 6 cups, shredded
✔️ Plum tomatoes - 4 medium, diced
✔️ Kosher dill pickle sandwich slices - 15 slices, divided
✔️ Reduced-fat cheddar cheese - 8 Tbsp, shredded
✔️ Uncooked red onion - 6 thin slices, optional
✔️ Ketchup - 1 Tbsp
✔️ Light mayonnaise - 2 Tbsp
✔️ Mustard - 1 ½ tsp
✔️ Worcestershire sauce - ½ tsp

How to make it:

1. Coat a large nonstick skillet with cooking spray and heat over medium-high. Add the beef and salt. Reserve 1 tbsp of the yellow onion and add the remaining yellow onion to the skillet. Cook, breaking up the meat with a wooden spoon, until the beef is cooked through and no longer pink, 7 to 9 minutes. Let cool. Set aside.

2. Meanwhile, place 1½ cups lettuce each in 4 medium bowls. Top each bowl with a quarter of the tomato, 3 pickle slices, 2 tbsp cheese, and the red onion (if using).

3. In a small bowl, stir the ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and reserved 1 tbsp yellow onion. Finely chop the remaining 3 dill pickle slices and add to the bowl.

4. Divide the beef mixture among the bowls of lettuce. Serve with the special sauce.

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Fine, it's probably more like 40 percent. Or 25 percent. Either way, we've got *a lot* of pics in front of a cloudy floor-length mirror. But in between all the befores, we spy the progress in the process – and we know the after is coming soon.

Tell us: Do you take progress pics?

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Start your journey to a healthier life by joining Wellness Workshops at WW Studio Clairemont. During the meeting you'll meet people like you who are transforming every day by making changes to eat well, move more, and connect with others. All sessions will be led by a Wellness Coach who's been in your shoes. Join and find out how WW has helped millions of members lose weight and have happier lives. Please note meeting times may change. Get the latest times and offers, sign up for our new WW Freestyle™ program, and find out more info on our website.



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