14 Single-Serve Recipes Under 350 Calories

May 9 2018
Question@2x Hi Lisa,
I’m an empty nester who lives alone, so multi-serving meals end up going to waste. I can’t eat leftovers fast enough! Do you have single-serve recipes that are easy and healthy?

Single and Flubbing It
Answer@2x Hi Single and Flubbing It,
For those times you just want a one-and-done recipe, I’ve got a fantastic roundup for you. Dig in!

Breakfast

The easiest way to cook a single-serve breakfast? Microwave it in a mug! I’m talking muffins, eggs, and even French toast. But mug meals aren’t the only way to make breakfast for one…

Lunch & Dinner

Boring sandwiches, flavorless frozen meals, sad salads… Afternoon and evening meals for one are often unappealing. No more! These large-and-in-charge lunches & dinners will leave you satisfied and smiling.

Snacks & Desserts

The best part about each of these sweet or savory treats? You can eat the WHOLE thing!

Hungry Girl Magazine: Single & Lovin’ It!

Flip to page 60 of the Summer issue of Hungry Girl magazine (in stores and online) to find these five fantastic new recipes for one...

* Berry-Good Cannoli Cone (157 calories, Freestyle SmartPoints® value 5*)

* Greek Grilled Cheese (307 calories, FreestyleSmartPoints® value 9*)

* Breakfast Stuffed Sweet Potato (217 calories, FreestyleSmartPoints® value 9*)

* Veggie Egg Roll in a Bowl (271 calories, FreestyleSmartPoints® value 1*)

* Bruschetta Salmon Z’paghetti (326 calories, FreestyleSmartPoints® value 2*)

Chew on this:

Happy National Moscato Day, May 9th. Mix the sweet wine with sparkling wine and fruit for our Spiced Pear Sparkling Sangria. Cheers!

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SmartPoints® value* not what you expected? We follow the same method as Weight Watchers when calculating the value of a recipe: We add up the SmartPoints® values* of the individual ingredients using the Recipe Builder, not the calculator. (Many foods have a value of zero and remain zero in recipes.)

*The SmartPoints® values for these products and/or recipes were calculated by Hungry Girl and are not an endorsement or approval of the product, recipe or its manufacturer or developer by Weight Watchers International, Inc., the owner of the SmartPoints® trademark.