20 Ground Beef Recipes Under 375 Calories

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Ground beef is a protein staple in the Hungryland kitchen! We generally go for the extra-lean kind (at least 96% lean) — it's moist and flavorful, and a 4-oz. portion has only around 145 calories and 5g fat (SmartPoints® value 3*). And there are so many healthy and delicious things you can make with it...

Meatballs & Mini Meatloaves

We love classic meatballs and meatloaf, and these recipes take things up a notch with unexpected flavors: French onion, pizza... even teriyaki! And baking meatloaf in a muffin pan is a great trick for portion control.

Chili, Soups & Stews

There's nothing like a hot & steamy bowl of beefy goodness. Grab a spoon!

Stuffed Peppers

Peppers packed with ground beef and other goodies are the carb-slashed solution you need. (And whether you carve faces on them or not, the taco-stuffed peppers are great year round!)

Casseroles

When it comes to satisfying meals, casseroles get the job done. These recipes are full of lean protein, veggies, and deliciousness…

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SmartPoints® value* not what you expected? We follow the same method as WW (formerly known 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.)

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