These Weight Watchers Baked Pork Chops will show you that pork is not off-limits with this way of eating. I love Weight Watchers recipes that my whole family loves and that are not too complicated! This one fits the bill perfectly!!
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IS PORK HIGH IN WW POINTS?
Pork is traditionally not considered healthy and can be high in fat depending on your eating cuts. Many people probably avoid pork if they are trying to lose weight.
I agree that eating a ton of pork will not aid in weight loss unless you follow a low-carb or keto plan.
The good news is that if you like pork (like me, lol) and you follow the WW plan, it is not off the table. Everything is allowed on Weight Watchers! You just need to track it!
A 3-ounce boneless, lean, cooked pork chop is only 3 Points. I don't consider that bad at all for the main dish protein. I love pork flavor, and it is a nice change to chicken!!
The key is to buy leaner cuts of pork!! You can always ask the butcher to trim it for you.
INGREDIENTS FOR WW BAKED PORK CHOPS
This Weight Watchers Baked Pork Chops recipe has a Tahitian flair to it, and the flavor is outstanding!!
- Lean Boneless Pork Chops
- Soy Sauce
- Ground Ginger
- Garlic Powder
- Whole Wheat Breadcrumbs
- Nonstick Cooking Spray
HOW TO MAKE WW BAKED PORK CHOPS
This baked pork chop recipe has pork chops seasoned and coated for a very tasty version. These go great with an Asian Style Salad.
STEP ONE: MAKE MARINADE
Start off by preheating the oven to 400 degrees F. Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with foil and spraying it lightly with nonstick vegetable cooking spray.
Mix the soy sauce, egg, ginger, and garlic powder in a bowl. Whisk these items together, so they are well mixed.
Put the whole-wheat breadcrumbs in a separate shallow bowl or plate.
STEP TWO: DIP AND COAT PORK CHOPS
Take each pork chop and dip it in the wet liquid mixture. Make sure it is well covered on both sides with the mixture.
Now dredge the pork chop in the breadcrumbs until well coated. Shake off the extra breadcrumbs.
STEP THREE: BAKE
Place the coated pork chops on a baking sheet that has been lined with foil. Lightly spray the tops of the pork chops with nonstick cooking spray. This will help them crisp up in the oven.
Put the baking sheet in the oven and bake for 30 minutes. Remove from the oven and turn the pork chops over. Bake for another 10 minutes. **Always make sure to cook pork completely to an internal temperature of 145 degrees.
Remove from the oven and serve immediately.
WEIGHT WATCHERS BAKED PORK CHOPS RECIPE
There are 4 Points per pork chop for Blue and Purple plans and 5 Points for the Green myWW plan.
This is for a 4-ounce boneless lean pork chop (before cooking). If your pork chop weighs in heavier, you must adjust for that and add points on.
On the current WeightWatchers Program (2023) it is 5 points per serving.
You can print off the complete ingredients and instructions on the recipe card below.
These Weight Watchers Baked Pork Chops have a delicious Tahitian flavor and are low in points.
Preheat the oven to 400 F and line a baking tray with foil and lightly spray with vegetable oil.
In a bowl combine the soy sauce, egg ground ginger and garlic powder. Whisk it well.
Pour the breadcrumbs in a separate shallow bowl or plate.
Dip each pork chop in the egg-soy sauce mixture and then dredge in the breadcrumbs mixture to coat evenly.
Place the crumb coated pork chops on the tray and lightly spray the tops with vegetable oil spray.
Bake at 400F for 30 minutes. Flip the pork chops and bake gain for 10 minutes.
There are 4 Points per pork chop for Blue and Purple plans and 5 points for the Green myWW plan.
Serving size is a 4-ounce boneless lean pork chop (before cooking). If your pork chop weighs in heavier, you will need to adjust for that and add points on.
On the current WeightWatchers Program (2023) it is 4 points per serving.
If you loved this WW recipe be sure to check these other recipe ideas out:
- Weight Watchers Oven Baked Shrimp
- Weight Watchers Ground Turkey Recipes
- Air Fryer Lemon Pepper Shrimp
- Weight Watchers Meatloaf
Be sure to PIN this recipe so you can come back and make it again and again!