This veggie packed meal is hands down the best healthy fried rice recipe for weight loss. Hosting a combination of finely shredded organic carrots, peas and fresh scallions for flavor and nutrition.
A super easy mid week meal using pre cooked white rice, allowing it to come together in under 15 minutes.
This skinny fried rice recipe is perfect for meal planning. Make a batch on the weekend and snack on it all week long.
This is a WW friendly meal. Add an additional protein like beans or shredded chicken for a Weight Watchers bean and rice or a Weight Watchers chicken and rice bowl. Both coming in at about 4 points per 1 cup serving.
Don't forget dessert, make sure you check out my most popular sweet treat recipes - Low Calorie Wendy's Frosty, 3 Ingredient Cinnamon Muffins , Mini DASH Chaffles, Air Fryer Beignets and The WW Zero Point Apple Crisp Chips.
Why make this recipe?
You don't want to miss out on this healthy fried rice recipe with eggs!!!
Weight Watcher Friendly - This healthy fried rice with vegetables is only 3 points on my WW plan for one serving ( 1 cup ).
Since the new Weight Watchers plan is personalized you will have to input the ingredients used into your WW app to get your exact points.
Easy to Make - This easy egg fried rice comes together in less than 15 minutes.
Kid Friendly - This healthy fried rice with veggies is so quick and easy to make that even if you are a super busy mom you can squeeze in a batch. Let your little ones choose their favorite veggie or protein to add so everyone gets to participate in meal planning.
Budget Friendly - Costs less than $20.00 to make a batch of this Weight Watchers fried rice. There will be enough to feed family and friends.
Ingredients for Healthy Fried Rice
Pre- Cooked White Rice - For this recipe I used Nishiki medium grain white rice. You can use brown rice if you prefer. I prefer to use white rice as they say brown rice may contain trace amounts of arsenic, a toxin that is absorbed from soil depending on where it is grown. White rice has less arsenic contamination because its outer layer is removed.
Organic Shredded Carrots - I like the Cal-Organic brand which you can get on Amazon. The organic shredded rainbow carrots are fun for a burst of color.
Sesame Oil - Kadoya Sesame Oil is my favorite. Sesame oil is made from sesame seeds and has a nice nutty, earthy flavor. It is full of antioxidants which may help in reducing your risk of developing chronic diseases.
Organic Coconut Aminos - You can use soy sauce for this recipe but I prefer Coconut Secret Coconut Aminos as it has significantly less salt than soy sauce and tastes just as good. Better for your heart health in the long run.
How to make Copycat Chinese Fried Rice
1: First make a batch of white rice. You need 3 cups for this recipe. I like to make a little extra in my rice cooker. For 4 cups of white rice you need 1 ½ cups of white rice and 2 cups of water.
2: Coat a large non stick skillet or wok with cooking spray - heat pan over medium heat and add in 2 eggs beaten, cook into scrambled eggs for about 2 minutes. Then remove from pan and set aside.
3: Add about 2 tablespoons of sesame oil to your pan and add in your shredded carrots and fresh chopped scallions and sauté for 2-3 minutes.
4: Add in your pre cooked white rice and peas to your carrot mixture along with a couple of splashes of the coconut aminos and your scrambled eggs. Mix together well and continue cooking over heat for an additional 2-3 minutes.
5: Serve with some extra chopped scallions and sesame seeds on top.
Watch the How to Make Healthy Fried Rice Video
Homemade fried rice is packed with fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, which makes it a great option to use in recipes as opposed to plain, white rice. The key is making it yourself so you control the ingredients.
There are approximately 209 calories in a one cup bowl of healthy homemade fried rice. Making this a perfect addition to your Weight Watchers meal plan.
There are 6.5 grams of fat in a one cup bowl of homemade veggie fried rice. Perfect for a low fat diet plan.
Yes you can freeze your leftovers. Just like cooked rice, it's important to first cool fried rice as quickly as possible in the fridge. Then, transfer fried rice to freezer bags in portion sizes you will later need and expel as much air as possible. Flatten and label the bags and keep in the freezer for up to one month.
- Try adding more protein to your fried rice with fresh shrimp, chicken, chorizo or even pulled pork.
- For an easy spicy fried rice add a dash of chili powder.
- For a vegan fried rice just leave out the eggs.
Are you a Weight Watcher?
If you follow my Blog you probably already know I am a lifetime member of Weight Watchers and I like to point all of my Recipes with the WW Points System.
This low calorie/low fat fried rice recipe is 3 Points on my app for one cup of this Hibachi style rice. Weight Watchers has a new individualized program right now to make it easier to enjoy the foods you love and still lose weight.
Just plug the ingredients into your WW app to confirm the points for your individual program.
Make sure you check out my Newbie WW Tips and Tricks Guide if you are just getting started.
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