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13 Recipes You Can Bring To Your BBQ This Summer And Still Stick To Your Diet

Summer is a time for BBQ and picnics. Unfortunately, that tends to mean fatty foods, saturated salads, and delectable desserts.

If you're trying to stick to a diet, or just prefer eating lighter, summer can be a struggle. When you're invited to someone's house it sometimes feels rude to saddle them with your dietary requirements.

That's why these recipes are so great! They are all Weight Watchers approved, and will still be tasty to everyone else at the party!

To find any of these recipes, simply click on the title and you will be taken to the page :)

Cucumber Sub Sandwiches

Shared Food

Between 4 and 6 SmartPoints depending on your choice of deli meat.

Garlic, Cheese, and Bacon Potato Patties

Just 2 SmartPoints per patty!

Cheesy Chicken and Veggie "Rice"

5 SmartPoints per serving

Spinach and Parmesan Orzo

4 SmartPoints per serving

Taco Pockets

2 SmartPoints each

Click through to find out more recipes, including desserts and some cheesy biscuits!

If you're like me, the hardest part of eating healthy is the desserts and the carbs...which is basically everything!

That's why recipes like these are so important. You can't just live off of steamed veggies and chicken breasts forever.

Learning to cook yummy, but still healthy foods is a crucial part to weight-loss success!

I know I'll be trying all of these this summer

Loaded Potato Rounds

5 SmartPoints per serving

Chicken Ranch Spaghetti Bake

7 SmartPoints per serving

Salad Cups

Shared Food

8 SmartPoints if you use this dressing, only 2 if you eat it without dressing!

Cheddar Bay Pull Apart Muffins

5 SmartPoints per serving

Rocky Road Brownies

Only 2 SmartPoints each!

Blueberry Lemon Crumble Muffins

Only 2 SmartPoints each.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Banana Cookies

2 SmartPoints per cookie

Nutella Brownie Cookies

Only 3 SmartPoints per cookie!

Which recipe are you most excited to try?

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