16 points-friendly versions of your restaurant faves

Here's how to recreate your go-to menu items at home—and save on PersonalPoints, too.
Published August 8, 2022

Certain restaurant dishes have cult followings for a good reason: They’re d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s. While everything’s on the menu with WeightWatchers, sometimes you just can’t make it to your favourite fast-food joint or restaurant chain. Whether you’re cooped up at home or feel the urge to enjoy something specific without leaving your kitchen, there’s no reason to miss out. These recipes will deliver famous flavours to the comfort of your own home for far fewer Points™:

When you feel like a Burger King bacon cheeseburger
Try WW’s Ultimate Bacon Cheeseburger:
When you feel like an Outback Steakhouse Bloomin’ Onion
Try WW’s Air Fryer Blooming Onion:
When you feel like a Pizza Hut pepperoni pizza
Try WW’s Turkey Pepperoni Pizzas with Two-Ingredient Dough:
When you feel like Panera’s broccoli and cheddar soup
Try WW’s Speedy Broccoli-Cheddar Soup:
When you feel like a Red Lobster biscuit
Try WW’s Cheddar Bay Drop Mini Biscuits:
When you feel like a Taco Bell spicy loaded taco
Try WW’s Spicy Beef Tacos:
When you feel like a McDonald’s Shamrock Shake
Try WW’s Minty Vanilla Shake:
When you feel like Wendy’s beef chili
Try WW’s Beef & Bean Chili:
When you feel like a Tim Hortons or Starbucks latte
Try WW’s Maple-Oat Milk Latte:
When you feel like a Chipotle burrito bowl
Try WW’s Chicken Fajita Rice Bowl:
When you feel like A&W’s onion rings
Try WW’s Crispy Buttermilk Onion Rings:
When you feel like Mediterranean take-out
Try WW’s Greek Chicken Bowl:
When you feel like a Cheesecake Factory dessert
Try WW’s Mini Key Lime Cheesecakes:
When you feel like your favourite Chinese take-out
Try WW’s Sesame Chicken & Broccoli:
When you feel like KFC or Popeyes’s chicken tenders
Try WW’s Tortilla Chip-Crusted Chicken Tenders with Honey Mustard:
When you feel like a Subway sandwich
Try WW’s Italian Sub Sandwiches:
Leslie Fink, MS, RD, has been with WW for 20 years. In addition to her role as a WW nutritionist and recipe editor, she works on food and program development for a variety of projects, events, and more.