0 SmartPoints condiments

We believe healthy food shouldn’t compromise on taste and that everything you eat should be full of flavour. If you’re looking for a little something extra to take your dish up a notch, try one of our go-to flavour boosters.

There’s a convenient way to add a big punch of flavor to any dish without reinventing the wheel: Reach for a condiment. Whether you’re a sriracha or mayo person, a squirt or scoop of your favorite sauce, dip, or spread can quickly make over a meal. And here’s some good news: on myWW, these add-ons won’t interfere with your weight loss efforts.

Many condiments are low in SmartPoints®, so you can easily mix-and-match. If you want an extra dollop of barbecue sauce or sour cream on your food, remember to track portion sizes when measuring out your condiments.

 

Your condiment cheat sheet

 

Wondering how many SmartPoints are in your favourite dips, sauces, spreads, and more? This guide makes tracking condiments a breeze.
 

0 SmartPoints

 

Dried apricot, 1 tsp
Add to porridge and muesli or savoury dishes such as cous cous and tagines

 

Flaked almonds, 1 tsp
Toast up to add irresistible texture and crunch to salads

 

Soy sauce, 1 tbs
The ultimate flavour enhancer for Asian dishes

 

Capers, 1 tbs
Top grilled fish with a spoonful of capers and a squeeze of lemon juice

 

Fish sauce, 1 tbs
Adds an amazing flavour boost to stir-fries and coconut-based curries

 

Horseradish cream, 1 tsp
Add some serious bite to a steak, sandwich or even mashed potato

 

Tomato chutney, 1 tsp
The perfect companion for red meat, and an excellent sandwich relish

 

Lemon juice, 1 tbs
Adds a little zing to fish dishes, risottos, curries and salads

 

Sriracha sauce, 1 tbs

1 SmartPoints

 

Chocolate sauce, 1 tsp
Paired with fresh fruit or ice-cream, sometimes all you need is just a little chocolate kick

 

Maple syrup, 1 tsp
Add a drizzle to pep up homemade baked beans or to add a little extra sweetness to desserts

 

Anchovies, 4 fillets
Packing a serious flavour punch, these make a tasty add in for pasta dishes, salads and dips

 

Roasted peanuts, 2 tsp
Add some crunch to stir-fries and noodles

 

Mustard (Dijon or whole grain), 3 tsp
Perfect with steak or in sandwiches
 

Chilli sauce, 1 tbs
A must have for lovers of all things hot and spicy

 

Tomato sauce, 1 tbs
No BBQ is complete without this classic condiment

 

Balsamic vinegar, 1 tbs
Give salads a fresh twist with a splash of balsamic

2 SmartPoints

 

Currants, 1 tbs
These little pops of sweetness aren’t just for muffins, cakes and slices, they’re also a great savoury addition, particularly in Middle Eastern-style dishes such as tagines

 

Olives, 6 individual
Add a salty kick to salads

 

Bacon, short-cut, trimmed, 3 slices
Dice and pan fry for a delicious, crispy addition to salads and risottos

 

Avocado, ¼ medium
The creamy texture is a beautiful addition to salads or used as a spread

 

Pumpkin seeds (pepitas), 1 tbs
These little nutrition powerhouses are a source of heart-healthy omega-3 fats

 

Sweet chilli sauce, 1 tbs
The perfect balance of salty and sweet, add to stir-fries and noodle dishes for a flavour boost

 

Sun-dried tomato pesto, 1 tbs
Add to sandwiches or pasta sauces for a flavour hit

 

Reduced-fat hummus, 2 tbs
Endlessly versatile and a great source of fibre, serve alongside meat and grilled vegetables

3 SmartPoints


Honey, 2 tsp
Add a drizzle of honey to porridge or smoothies for a subtle sweetness

 

Apple sauce, ¼ cup
Stir through yoghurt or add to muffins for a little extra sweetness without the sugar

 

Parmesan cheese, ¼ cup, grated
A sprinkle of parmesan is a must have for pasta and risotto, and thanks to its strong flavour, a little goes a long way!

 

Reduced-fat cream, 1 tbs
Not just for desserts, a dollop of cream is the perfect comforting addition to a tomato or pumpkin soup

 

Basil pesto, 1 tbs
Stir a spoonful through scrambled eggs, frittatas or pasta dishes for a gourmet twist

 

Sesame oil, 2 tsp
Adds incredible flavour to stir-fries and salad dressings

 

Mango chutney, 1 tbs
If you haven’t tried this classic Indian complement, you’re missing out!

 

Low-fat mayonnaise, 1 tbs
What’s a salad sandwich without a bit of mayo?

 

Want an easy sauce to add a little flavour to your meal? Try one of these quick sauce ideas using the method below. The quantities given are for 4 servings.

Pan sauce method: Once you’ve cooked your meat or protein, remove it from the pan and return the pan to medium heat. Add an ‘aromatic’ (usually a member of the onion family) and cook until it’s fragrant and softened. Stir in a liquid (such as stock or wine) or a juicy ingredient (such as tomato or fruit). Cook until reduced slightly, then stir in a final flavouring ingredient (such as a condiment like mustard), and season with salt and pepper. Pour sauce over protein, adding a final garnish of herbs or cracked pepper if you like.

 

  • Shallots + chicken stock + miso paste
    green shallots (chopped) ½ cup (125ml) chicken stock 1 tbs miso paste
  • Eschalot + white wine + capers
    1 eschalot (finely chopped) ½ cup (125ml) dry white wine 1½ tbs drained baby capers
  • Red onion + chicken stock + mustard
    ⅓ cup finely chopped red onion ½ cup (125ml) chicken stock 2 tsp Dijon or wholegrain mustard
  • Fennel + orange + almonds
    1 baby fennel bulb (chopped) 1 large orange (peeled, chopped and seeded) 1½ tbs chopped roasted almonds 1 Th