Steak recipes for weight watchers? Yeah True, Weight watchers can enjoy eating steak recipes such as marinade steaks, grilled, and baked. So in this article I collection for you 10 best and delicious Weight Watchers Steak Recipes you can enjoy.
1. Weight Watchers Steak Kabob Recipe
You can’t go wrong with these Kabobs of steak and veggies for dinner tonight. Delicious and satisfying, these Weight Watchers kebabs (or kabobs, as they are known in the United States) are a certain hit wherever you may be from. What’s more, each Kebob only has 4 points on Weight Watchers.
- In a large basin, mix together all the sauce ingredients. Mix completely with a whisk, then split in half.
- Marinate the beef for two hours in half of the marinade in the refrigerator.
- Prepare your veggies by cutting them into 1 inch cubes and adding the remaining marinade.
- Put in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
2. Weight Watchers Marsala Steak
Rib Eye steak is included in the Weight Watchers recipe for Italian Marsala Steak. A simple dinner that can be prepared in only 25 minutes. You get 7 WW Freestyle Points.
- Prepare a large skillet by heating it for about 2 minutes over high heat, or until extremely hot.
- Salt and pepper the steak to your liking.
- Steaks should be added to the pan at once, and the heat should be reduced to medium-high.
- Steaks need to be cooked for a total of 4 minutes. Flip and cook for another 4–6 minutes, or until done.
- Arrange steaks on a serving dish. Make sure the plate is covered with aluminum foil and put it away.
- Put the skillet on a low heat for a minute or two, then add the garlic. Turn the stove down to medium low. Return pan to stovetop and deglaze with Marsala wine and beef broth. Increase the heat until it boils. Simmer for three minutes at low heat.
- Turn off the heat and put away the skillet. Mix in the butter and rosemary with a whisk. Serve steaks with the accompanying sauce drizzled over top.
3. Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Pepper Steak
Pepper Steak Recipe for the Slow Cooker on Weight Watchers, made with lean sirloin meat, stewed tomatoes, soy sauce, onion, and bell pepper. A quick and nutritious meal from China.
- Put some vegetable oil in a big pan and heat it over medium-high heat.
- Sprinkle garlic powder to taste over meat strips before cooking.
- Brown some beef strips in the skillet.
- Prepare a slow cooker for the meat.
- Put the bouillon cube and boiling water in a small dish and stir to combine. Dissolve. Stir in the cornstarch. Dissolve. Put in a crock pot.
- Mix canned stewed tomatoes with juice, soy sauce, bell pepper, sugar, onion, and salt in a slow cooker. Blend ingredients together by stirring.
- Slow cook, covered, for 6 to 8 hours on Low or for 3 to 4 hours on High.
4. Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Steak and Bean Soft Tacos
No one would suspect that these Slow Cooker Steak and Bean Soft Tacos from Weight Watchers are actually good for them because of how delicious they are. Recipes like those from Weight Watchers are the best! The fact that the slow cooker does all the work for me while they cook makes them even better.
- In a 5 or 6 quart slow cooker, combine the broth and chili powder and whisk to combine.
- Include steak.
- Steak should be cooked for 4–5 hours on high heat or 8–10 hours on low heat, covered.
- The steak should now be on the cutting board.
- Throw away all the cooking liquid except for a quarter of a cup. Clean the inside of the slow cooker thoroughly.
- Shred the meat very finely using two forks.
- After reserving the cooking liquid, combine it with the beans, cilantro, and jalapenos in the slow cooker, along with the meat.
- Just 10 minutes of covered cooking time at high heat should be enough to warm the dish completely.
- Split the meat filling among the 12 corn tortillas.
- If you’d like, sprinkle the leftover salsa and sour cream on top.
5. Steak with Creamy Mushroom Peppercorn Sauce
Steak with Creamy Mushroom Peppercorn Sauce is a staple in my house, and I love to serve it with syn-free fries and a side of green vegetable, such sautéed shredded brussel sprouts when they are in season. Both white and sweet potatoes would pair well with this. These ingredients make this dish suitable for anyone following gluten-free, Slimming World, or Weight Watchers diets.
- Spray some oil into a cast-iron skillet or pan and heat it over medium-high heat. Put some steaks in a heated skillet and season them with salt and black pepper to taste. (You may also use a grill pan if you choose.)
- The sauce may be prepared while the steaks are grilling.
- Spray some cooking oil into a skillet and place it over medium heat. Add the mushrooms and the smashed garlic and cook until the mushrooms are tender and the garlic is golden.
- Peppercorn ground from black pepper is an excellent seasoning (from a pepper mill)
- Mix the cream cheese and the stock together until smooth with a whisk. Turn the heat down and let the sauce thicken while it cooks. Add a bit extra stock if the sauce evaporates too much.
- Toss with fresh parsley before serving with your preferred steak accompaniments and the sauce.
6. Cube Steak & Mushroom Gravy – 7 Weight Watchers Smart Points
No one who is following along with us on this WW journey and interested in trying out this dish hasn’t yearned for some of that creamy deliciousness at some point. And then you questioned what you’d done wrong if you couldn’t occasionally almost immerse yourself in it. If you’re trying to lose weight, this dish will be a game-changer. You should really eat some of that gravy. Try licking the fork. You may even take a bath in it if you want to.
- Heat a nonstick pan until the spray sizzles.
- Spray the cube steaks with nonstick spray. Brown each side for 5 minutes. Reduce heat to medium-low and cover with foil or the pan lid. You’re producing a steam bath, not sealing it, so keep it loose. Ten minutes later, flip. So near…
- Cook the sliced mushrooms for 5 minutes. Mushroom-flip. Sprinkle potato flour on the steak’s “open places” where fat/grease has spread.
- Sprinkle potato flour on the steak’s “open places” where fat/grease has spread. Scrape the flour for a minute with a spatula.
- Once you start, it’ll make sense. You’re collecting beef juice in flour. (I’m creating a YouTube channel; should I video the recipe?).
- Add fat-free half-and-half and “stir” until thick. Flip the steaks and mushrooms again to soak up the yummy sauce. Serve quickly and scrape all the gravy into plates… Already counted the points? Eat them!
7. Cubed Steak With Peppers And Olives (Instant Pot, Slow Cooker And Stove-top)
It doesn’t matter if you cook it in the Instant Pot, the Slow Cooker, or a pot on the stove, the recipe known as Braised Cubed Steak with Peppers, Onions, and Olives is delectable, easy on the wallet, and suitable for serving the whole family.
- Use adobo or garlic salt to season meat.
- Cooked onions and peppers should be added to the instant pot. Add the olives and part of the brine to the tomato sauce and water and stir to combine (liquid from the jar). The meat, cumin, and bay leaf should be added.
- For best results, cover and cook under high pressure for 25 minutes. Press saute and simmer for 5-10 minutes, or until it reaches the desired thickness, after a natural release.
- Use a low heat setting for 8 hours.
- Sauté the onions and peppers with a sprinkle of salt for 2–3 minutes in a little amount of oil in a big, deep pan. Beef and a bay leaf should be added to the tomato sauce, water from one can, olives, brine, cumin, and a stirred pot.
- Till the meat is soft, cook over low heat, covered, for 1 hour.
- Turn the heat down to low, take the lid off, and let it simmer until it reaches the desired thickness.
8. Spice-Rubbed Flank Steak with Fajita Vegetables
With only a few ingredients and a quick spice rub, ordinary flank steak becomes a delicious, stress-free weekday meal. The delicious steak and veggies cook together under the broiler, and the entire meal is ready in about 35 minutes. While the meat is resting, the veggies may finish cooking and be ready at the same time. The combo is fantastic as a fajita filler or over rice.
- Spices like cumin, garlic, salt, chili powder, paprika, cinnamon, and pepper can be mixed together in a small bowl. Before setting aside, rub the steak with the oil and seasoning combination.
- Toss the veggies with the remaining 2 tablespoons of oil and the remaining spice mix in a large bowl.
- Turn up broiler to high and put rack near heat source.
- Spread veggies around the steak in a large roasting pan lined with foil (or sprayed with cooking spray).
- Broil steak until browned, about 10 minutes for medium-rare, or longer to desired degree of doneness, turning once; transfer steak to a cutting board and loosely cover.
- Broil the veggies for another 5-10 minutes, stirring once, until they are crisp tender and beginning to color.
- Serve with veggies after thinly slicing the steak against the grain. About 3 ounces of steak and 1 cup of veggies per serving.
9. Open-Faced Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich – Weight Watchers
A Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich is among my all-time favorite sandwiches. It’s the bar food item I usually get the most of. You can bet I devised a plan B so I could still enjoy my go-to lunchtime meal. This delicious open-faced sandwich is also very low in Freestyle points.
You’ll need three Freestyle points to buy a sandwich. The other night I had two of them for supper and it only cost me six Freestyle points. It was also rather filling.
- Peppers and onions should be cut into long, thin strips.
- Green pepper and onion should be cooked in a frying pan sprayed with nonstick cooking spray for about 5 minutes, or until they are just soft enough to eat. Take out of the frying pan.
- Slice the roast meat very thinly. Season with garlic powder and black pepper before adding to the pan. Warm the roast meat slowly in the oven.
- Toast the two tiny bagels briefly.
- Miniature bagels should be baked on a baking sheet.
- The roast meat should be cut into quarters and added to the bagels.
- Then, throw in the onions and green peppers.
- Sprinkle on the cheese as a last step and broil until melted.
10. Steak Bites Recipe
For inexperienced cooks, preparing the ideal steak can be a daunting task. Getting a good, crisp sear, turning at the right time, and cooking to perfection. It’s not an easy thing to do. But fear not, for salvation is at hand in the form of these Steak Bites, which are bursting with flavor thanks to the addition of butter and garlic.
You may use any cut of steak you like best. Sirloin is what I use. You may use it without breaking the bank in this dish. Simply ensure the steak has a good amount of fat marbling. The steak will be cooked to perfection, and the resulting bites will be juicy and full of flavor.
- To make the steak more easily digestible, cut it into pieces no larger than 1/2 an inch.
- Mix the W sauce, soy sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper in a bowl and then add the steak.
- To get a uniform coating, give everything a good toss.
- Prepare a cast-iron skillet by heating oil over high heat until it smokes, about 1 minute.
- To prevent crowding the pan, add the steak bites in stages.
- Sear the steak for two minutes each side and don’t touch it while it’s cooking!
- Mix in a Tablespoon of butter.
- Stir or toss the steak bits about the pan while the butter melts, so that they are evenly coated.
- Take the steak out of the oven.
- Deglaze the pan with the remaining tablespoon of butter as it melts.
- Mix in the minced garlic and any juices left over from seasoning the steak.
- Fry for around 20 seconds.
- Drizzle the steak bits with the melted butter glaze and toss to coat.