3 ZeroPoint foods to fill you up on myWW+ Blue

ZeroPoint foods are great... but what do you do with them? Read on for surprising ways to use tomatoes, eggs, and nonfat yogurt.
Published December 17, 2020

ZeroPoint™ foods are super-flexible and can be used in lots of delicious (and unexpected) ways. Here are a few ideas to whet your appetite.

ZeroPoint Hero: Tomatoes

Pro tip: Ripen tomatoes at room temperature. Refrigeration slows down ripening and decreases flavour.

Stuff them.

Stuffed tomatoes make for tasty meals.

Try it out: Couscous stuffed tomatoes

Try them grilled.

Grilling tomatoes releases their naturally sweet juices, which will flavor the rest of your meal.

Try it out: Grilled chicken, tomato and basil packets

Go beyond beefsteak.

Tomatoes come in many shapes and colours. Scout out heirloom varieties at your local farmers' market.

Try it out: Tomato, feta, and fresh herb tart

Most tomato varieties are red, although other colorus are possible—including green, yellow, orange, pink, black, brown, white, and purple.

ZeroPoint Hero: Eggs

Whip 'em good.

Meringue desserts, like fruit-filled pavlovas are delicious low-SmartPoints sweet treats.

Try it out: Gingerbread meringue tarts

Put them on a pizza.

Add a flavour and protein boost to homemade pizza; top it with a scrambled egg.

Try it out: Breakfast scrambled egg pizza

Add them to entrées.

Eggs are a great addition to vegetarian bowls, Asian stir-fry meals, and soups. Pro tip: Boiled, unpeeled eggs will last up to a week in the fridge.

Try it out: French lentil bowl with creamy mustard vinaigrette

Hard-boil them.

Putting eggs in an ice bath immediately after boiling will make them much easier to peel. It also helps if you start peeling at the wider end.

Try it out: BLT egg sliders

ZeroPoint Hero: Nonfat Yogurt

Pro tip: The clear liquid in yogurt containers is naturally occurring whey. Don't drain it; stir it back in.

Dough it up.

Combine self-rising flour and yogurt to make a versatile two-ingredient dough.

Try it out: Mexican soft tostadas

Chill it out.

Add yogurt to ice pop recipes for a smooth creamy texture.

Try it out: Greek yogurt fudge pops

Move over, mayo.

Swap yogurt for mayonnaise in salads and sides like coleslaw.

Try it out: Mediterranean tuna salad with lemon, red pepper, and oregano

Sweeten the deal.

Pro tip: While Greek yogurt is higher in protein than regular yogurt, it's a little more sour. Stir in some citrus zest to sweeten the flavor.

Try it out: Yogurt with fresh berries