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Low-Point avocado, oats and potato recipes

Avo, oats and potatoes are still on the menu! Here are some low-Point recipes to prove it.
Published 27 November 2022

On the WeightWatchers program the ZeroPoint® foods list was streamlined in order to create one list for everyone to make sharing meals and recipes even easier, while still ensuring that you have enough daily Points® to spend on the foods you love.

Foods no longer on the ZeroPoint foods list are still expert-recommended, nutritional powerhouses. Here are our low-Point avocado and potato recipes so you can still enjoy these foods you love!


Low-Point avo recipes


Avocados are high in fibre, unsaturated fats (the better-for-you kind of fat associated with heart health), B vitamins and potassium. Research shows that eating a high-fibre diet can help you feel fuller longer, which can be beneficial when trying to manage your weight. Fibre-rich diets are also linked with decreased risks of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, as well as improved digestion.

So whether you like your avo for brekkie, lunch or dinner, enjoy this collection of low-Point ideas.

Low-Point oat recipes


Oats are a whole grain that’s loaded with fibre, vitamins and minerals. A diet rich in whole grains has been linked with a decreased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and improved digestion.

Can I enjoy oats beyond breakfast? Sure can! Oats can add texture and fibre to desserts and baked goods, make a great alternative to bread crumbs in oven-baked chicken and fish recipes, and serve as the base of savoury lunch or dinner grain bowls. So how will you choose to enjoy your oats?

Low-Point potato recipes


Potatoes, sweet potatoes, and other starchy vegetables have naturally occurring fibre and key nutrients, like potassium, which supports healthy blood pressure, and vitamin C, an antioxidant. From stuffed jacket potatoes to sweet potato fries, there are a number of different ways to enjoy a spud.