Baked cauliflower

Baked cauliflower is indeed a delightful dish, and your recipe sounds scrumptious! For those watching their weight, it’s great to have delicious, healthier options like this. Here’s a breakdown of the recipe with Weight Watchers points:


  • 1 kg cauliflower: 0 WW points
  • 150 g panko breadcrumbs: 23 WW points
  • 100 g flour: 14 WW points
  • 3 eggs: 0 WW points
  • 5 tablespoons olive oil: 30 WW points
  • 1 teaspoon Italian herbs: 0 WW points
  • Pepper, to taste: 0 WW points
  • A squeeze of lemon juice: 0 WW points

Total WW points for the whole recipe: 67 points


To calculate the Weight Watchers points per serving for a yield of 10 servings, you’ll need to divide the total points for the recipe by the number of servings.

Total WW points for the recipe: 67 points

Divide by the number of servings (10):

67 points / 10 servings = 6.7 points per serving

So, each serving of the baked cauliflower would be approximately 6.7 Weight Watchers points. You can round it up or down based on your preference and rounding rules. Enjoy your meal!

Tips for Weight Watchers:
  1. Portion Control: Be mindful of portion sizes. While cauliflower itself is low in points, the added ingredients like breadcrumbs and olive oil can add up quickly in terms of points.
  2. Alternative Ingredients: You can make some swaps to reduce points, like using less olive oil or opting for a lower-point breadcrumb option.
  3. Baking Method: Baking is a healthier cooking method compared to frying. It requires less oil, which means fewer points.
  4. Serve with Lighter Sides: Pair your baked cauliflower with lighter sides like a fresh salad or steamed veggies to keep the overall meal points-friendly.

Remember, Weight Watchers points can vary based on specific ingredients and serving sizes, so it’s always good to double-check with the official Weight Watchers app or website for the most accurate point values. Enjoy your delicious baked cauliflower!

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