Christmas is almost here! Thank god for Amazon Prime, right? If you're needing a last minute gift for your support system or if you're looking to treat yourself, here are my favorite Weight Watchers gift ideas.
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protein cake mix
You may have heard me talk about how much I love Lil Buff Proteinon my Facebook page before. This is a great product to help people enjoy sweets like cake and not feel deprived. The recipe calls for egg whites and unsweetened apple sauce (or pumpkin puree) so you're really cutting back on the fat and calories, and the protein count in this makes even half of a cake mix (they're single serving bags) super filling! There are other similar brands out there too like Andrea'sif you're wanting to also get mixes for other baked goods.
Instant Pot accessory kit
Instant Pots and slow cookers are my best friends in the kitchen because I love being able to come home to a healthy, low Smart Points dinner prepared and ready to eat (or only a few minutes away from being done)! There are a few different accessories you can get for it to make life easier, and this is a great way to try new recipes. Accessory kits for Instant Pots give you a bunch in one go!
Air Fryer ACCESSORY kit
Air fryers are the other hot ticket item that every Weight Watcher seems to have in their kitchen these days. While they're a great way to treat yourself if you haven't gotten one yet (and smaller ones aren't that expensive anymore!), one useful gift is - similarly to the Instant Pot - hooking someone up with the accessory kit. I've gotten one from my mom and am so excited about all the new ways I can play with my air fryer.
Ask any Weight Watcher and they'll probably tell you the same thing: you eventually get very bored of chicken and fish! That's why I think cookbooks, especially ones by Weight Watchers or bloggers like Skinnytaste, make for wonderful gifts. Even if every recipe isn't going to be a favorite, chances are it will still create a spark of inspiration to modify it so you can keep trying new things and not letting your taste buds get bored while staying on track.
I know what you might be thinking: "Jess, how on earth is this relevant to Weight Watchers?" Well, you need somewhere to store all your charms, right? Lots of members like to go beyond the traditional key chain to display their achievement charms (given for seasonal events or for hitting certain weight loss and fitness milestones) by putting them on a charm bracelet (Pandora style) or by putting them on a necklace chain. Getting them one of these with a note explaining it's for them to show off their accomplishments is really thoughtful if you ask me!
While not through Amazon Prime, Built Bars are another great gift idea for two reasons. If they're new to Built, you can get them a sample box to try a bunch of different flavors, or you can help them stock up on one of their favorites or a seasonal item with an 18 count box. There are also Built Bites, a tub of mini bars that makes for a great gift, and Built Boost to make getting in your water much more flavorful. If you want 10% off this order (while supporting the blog at no additional cost to you!), you can shop their products by clicking this link or using the coupon code MAGICALLYFIT at checkout!
Wine Glass with Smart POints marked
What are you hoping Santa leaves under the tree? Let me know in the comments!
Jessica is a huge Disney, anime, and Star Wars nerd who channeled that love into motivation to lose 75 lbs.