What I Ate in a Day on Weight Watchers Freestyle Program

One of the reasons I decided to join Weight Watchers again is because I needed accountability but also because I felt the new Freestyle program would work for my lifestyle.  I eat mostly Paleo, which means I eat lots of fruits and veggies and meat.  I didn’t want to have to count the fruits.  Last time I was on Weight Watchers, I felt hungry all the time because I eat a lot.  🙂  I don’t feel that way with Freestyle!

Here’s what I ate one day last week:

Breakfast–3 pts.

Two eggs with two slices of ham lunch meat in the middle (1 pt.)
Diced, roasted carrots (2 pts. because of the olive oil I used for roasting)
One pear

Snack–7 pts.

Dairy and chocolate free hot “cocoa” (recipe coming soon)

Lunch–2 pts.

Cauliflower “Fried” Rice
This included frozen riced cauliflower and broccoli, frozen mixed peas and carrots, 2 scrambled eggs, some chicken breast, onion flakes, garlic powder, and a few dashes of coconut aminos.  I used some olive oil, which accounts for the points.  Everything else is free.

Snack–0 pts.

Paleo Chicken Chili (recipe coming soon)
This was packed full of veggies and ground chicken.  Everything in it was 0 points, so this was a 0 point snack!

Dinner–11 pts.

Adele’s Chicken Apple Sausage (5 pts.)
Sauteed brusel’s sprouts in olive oil (2 pts.)
1/2 cup diced sweet potatoes (4 pts.)

23 pts. total for the day, which is my exact number of daily points.

What are some of your favorite healthy snacks and meals?


  1. I started WW a few weeks ago. I love the egg changes! I had 3 scrambled egg with pineapple salsa on 2 small tortillas for just a few points. Quick and easy.

    • That sounds delicious! I love the free eggs, chicken breast, turkey, and veggies. Even if you run out of points, you still have something to eat throughout the day!

  2. Linda Hylton says:

    I was wondering why you added points for the olive oil when it says olive oil is free

    • Is it free? I looked online, and I thought it had to be counted. (Though I’d be very happy if it’s free!)

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