Classic recipes made healthier
Classic recipes… with a healthy twist!
Everyone has a list of go-to meals. Recipes that are satisfying, easy-to-make and have been in the family forever. Welcome to our collection of classics made healthier, where the classic recipes you’ve always loved get a healthier, delicious update. With WW, making healthier choices doesn’t mean missing out on the foods you love—even hearty, wholesome favourites.
Classic dishes become classics for a reason—they’re full of flavour, easy to make and everyone loves them! But what these dishes often have in common is the use of high-fat, high-sodium and high-PersonalPoints. So we gathered our team of dietitians, recipe developers, and content experts to reformulate and create an ultimate collection of delicious classic recipes with a healthy spin the whole family will love.
Classic Aussie breakfasts
Classic main meals
Healthy cooking method tweaks
It’s not just what you cook, but how you cook that can make a big difference to the Points vaule of any dish. One of the simplest ways to reduce fat and Points is to minimise the amount of oil you use when making a meal. By using one of these smarter cooking methods, you can reduce your oil use by up to 100%, which will significantly reduce the cost, clean-up time and Points for any recipe!
- Shallow-frying crumbed food or browning meat in 3 tbs oil
Instead, lightly spray crumbed food with oil and pan-fry using a liner (silicone or baking paper). Eliminate oil altogether by using a lined tray in the oven, or use an air-fryer.
- Deep-frying potato chips or wedges in oil
Lightly spray potato chips or wedges with oil and oven bake on a lined tray at 180°C for 40 minutes. Eliminate oil altogether by using an air-fryer.
- Deep-fried battered fish in oil
Oven bake without batter, or grill using a dry rub seasoning and a light spray of oil.
- Stir-frying meat or vegetables in batches using ¼ cup oil
Stir-fry using a non-stick wok and a light spray of oil.
- Pan-frying salmon in oil
Place salmon under the grill for 5 minutes, or until cooked to your liking, without the need for any oil.
- Roasting meat with ¼ cup oil
Roast meat on a rack with just a light spray of oil.
- Pan-frying fish or chicken in oil
Cook fish (for 10 minutes) or chicken (for 15 minutes in a steamer lined with baking paper over simmering water) without the need for oil.
- Roasting vegetables around a whole chicken, leg of lamb, pork or beef roast with ¼ cup oil, plus absorbed fat from meat
Roast vegetables on a separate baking tray lined with baking paper with a light spray of oil.