Today we are bringing you this fabulous eggroll in a bowl weight watchers recipe that combines all of your favorite eggroll flavors in a bowl to make a deconstructed egg roll. In just 15 minutes!
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Weight Watchers Eggroll in a Bowl
When we set out to create this recipe, we were determined to keep it within the specifications of a lot of different eating plans. Not only is this a weight watchers eggroll in a bowl recipe, but it's also Whole30, paleo, low carb, and gluten-free with simple swaps.
And making this healthy recipe simply required keeping the fat content down and checking out their calculator to make sure I was staying on target.
The Weight Watchers eggroll in a bowl recipe contains just 6 points per serving!
And while this recipe calls for chicken (which is healthier and lighter) we do have a pork egg roll in a bowl option here.
Why You'll Love This Recipe
- It takes just 15-minutes to create this Weight Watchers eggroll in a bowl making it a perfect weeknight meal.
- It's easy to adapt or change this recipe to fit your personal tastes by adding in nuts, mushrooms, or snow peas.
- Works well with both ground chicken, ground turkey, beef or ground pork.
- You can easily double this recipe and set yourself up with some lunches for the week.
Check out some of my other Asian inspired low-carb and keto dishes like low carb egg drop soup, Instant Pot low-carb egg drop soup, cauliflower "fried" rice, and keto crack slaw.
The perfect dinner starts with using the freshest ingredients, and this eggroll in a bowl Weight Watchers recipe is no different.
- sesame oil
- ground chicken or turkey
- 1 bag pre-shredded cabbage blend - buying a bag of cabbage mix is quickest but you can slice cabbage if preferred
- fresh ginger - we love to buy the Trader Joes frozen minced ginger cubes
- soy sauce or Coconut Aminos - soy is most common but coconut aminos is gluten free and tastes just like soy sauce
- green onions
- Sriracha sauce (optional)
You'll want to use a non-stick skillet since there's very little oil in this recipe and you don't want it to stick to the pan.
low carb/keto- you can increase healthy fats if needed by using a ground meat that isn't as low in fat or adding a touch of heart-healthy oil to the pan. 3.9 net carbs per serving, plus 12.7g of fat and a whopping 21.4g of protein.
gluten free- Be sure to use coconut aminos or wheat free tamari sauce instead of soy sauce
paleo/Whole30- Be sure to use coconut aminos instead of soy sauce
How to Make WW Egg Roll in a Bowl
Here we go, my friend! Let's create a flavorful meal that your whole family is sure to love. In just 15 minutes of time we'll be cooking the ground meat, adding the veggies, and seasoning to the same pan and in a flash you have the savory and healthy Weight Watchers egg roll in a bowl recipe.
Cook the Chicken or Turkey
Start by cooking your chicken (or turkey) over medium-high heat until cooked through. This took us about 5-6 minutes. If your meat looks a little greasy feel free to give it a quick drain.
Add the Veggies & Seasoning
Add the bag of shredded cabbage mix, garlic, ginger, and soy sauce or coconut aminos. If mixed cabbage is not your thing, you can easily use just green cabbage - we just prefer the taste of the mix, and the color.
Sauté the mixture for 3-4 mins until the cabbage is cooked through, but still crisp-tender. Keep a good eye on your pan and stir it around frequently so you don't end up with soggy cabbage.
Mix in the green onions and add a little extra as a garnish on the top if desired.
Drizzle with a little sriracha sauce (optional) or make a quick chili sauce by combining a touch of mayo with sriracha to taste to increase the heat factor of this dish.
And there you go! Start to finish, this entire dish takes just 15 minutes!
- Prepare all the ingredients before heating the pan or wok. When making a stir-fry, things move quickly. Have everything cut and measured before you start. This step only takes about 5 minutes, especially if you purchase the bag of cabbage.
- Be sure to use a non-stick skillet so the food doesn't stick to the pan
- We prefer to use lean ground chicken or turkey with a little fat in it since it adds more flavor, but if you use very low-fat meat you might need to increase the seasoning to taste a bit.
- While keeping the fat down it might be tempting to skip the sesame oil, a little goes a LONG way and it truly adds so much flavor it's a must-include item.
What to Serve with Egg Roll in a Bowl?
Here are just a few ideas to serve alongside the eggroll in a bowl Weight Watchers recipe. A cold cucumber salad with rice vinegar, fresh fruit, brown rice, cauliflower rice or our 52 calorie low carb egg drop soup.
How to Store?
Simply store any leftovers you aren't planning on freezing in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
Here's how to freeze leftovers:
Once your dish has cooled, you can completely freeze the leftover Weight Watchers egg roll in a bowl. Feel free to double the above recipe just so you can freeze half and not have to cook one night next week.
What Is Crack Slaw?
If you've heard the term crack slaw before and aren't quite sure how it differs from the eggroll in a bowl Weight Watchers recipe, it's virtually the same thing! A crack slaw Weight Watchers recipe with a coleslaw mix, whether you're making it with ground chicken, beef or pork, is the SAME thing as our healthy egg roll in a bowl recipe.
More Weight Watchers Recipes
- Instant Pot Egg Drop Soup
- Cauliflower "Fried" Rice
- Chicken Noodle Soup with Zoodles
- Vegan Ratatouille
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The Pic at the top shows rice vinegar, but the recipe doesn't mention it. Should I use it or not?
Thank you Laura! Actually, the recipe does NOT include rice vinegar. I usually test 2-3 recipes at a time and that rice vinegar accidentally got added to the ingredient display but it's not in this recipe. You of course could add a splash if you have it 🙂 I'll redo that photo next time I make it!
What was the rice vinegar for?