Weight Watchers Points for Vegetables

When asked how to succeed with Weight Watchers, my first answer is, "Count points" followed quickly by, "And be sure to memorize points" for favorite foods. To help out with vegetables, here are the Weight Watchers points for common vegetables. I hope that readers find it a useful reference!

BRAND NEW! Now there's a reference list for fruit, too, I call it One-Point Fruit Servings for Weight Watchers

(For readers who don't follow Weight Watchers but are curious about the point system, here's a quick introduction. A point is assigned to a serving based on its calories, fat grams and fiber grams. The lower the calories, the lower the fat, the higher the fiber, the lower the points. A "zero point" food isn't without calories, it just has few enough calories and few enough fat grams and high enough fiber grams, to be considered as "no points". It's kind of a game but for many of us, the point system helps us focus on healthful food choices.)
~ Alanna

About This List
The vegetable nutrition information on this page was calculated using Accuchef, which relies on the same USDA database used by all similar nutrition analysis programs; still, the information here should be considered estimates.
Unless specified, Weight Watchers points here are based on a serving size of 1/4 pound of the raw vegetable.
This site is not affiliated with Weight Watchers Intl, Inc., more information.

More Nutrition & Weight Watchers Resources
For the nutrition detail on each vegetable, please see nutrition data for common vegetables.
See also Quick List of Low-Carb Vegetables.
See also How to Lose Weight with Weight Watchers, a collection of tips from Kitchen Parade readers and me.

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If you're a first-time visitor and a Weight Watchers dieter on the look-out for new recipes, welcome to A Veggie Venture, where each recipe includes Weight Watchers points and low-point vegetable recipes are easy to find. You'll also want to check out Kitchen Parade, my food column, where all recipes are sorted by Weight Watchers points.

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Zero Point Vegetables

Arugula – NetCarb2 Asparagus – NetCarb2 Bell Peppers (1 pepper) – NetCarb3-5-6 (green-red-yellow) Bok Choy – NetCarb1 Broccoli – NetCarb5 Broccoli Raab – NetCarb1 Brussels Sprouts – NetCarb6 Cabbage – NetCarb3-6 Carrots – NetCarb8 Cauliflower – NetCarb3 Celeriac – NetCarb8 Celery – NetCarb1 Chard – NetCarb2 Chayote – NetCarb2 Corn (ear) – NetCarb6 Cucumber – NetCarb3 Daikon – NetCarb3 Eggplant – NetCarb2 Endive – NetCarb0 Fennel – NetCarb4 Green Beans – NetCarb4 Hearts of Palm – NetCarb2 Jicama – NetCarb2 Kohlrabi – NetCarb3 Lettuce – NetCarb2 Mushrooms – NetCarb3-4-5 Okra – NetCarb4 Onion – NetCarb9 Pumpkin – NetCarb6 Pumpkin Puree (1 cup) – NetCarb3 Radicchio – NetCarb4 Radishes – NetCarb2 Rhubarb – NetCarb3 Rutabagas – NetCarb6 Snow Peas – NetCarb6 Spinach – NetCarb2 Sugar Snap Peas – NetCarb6 Summer Squash – NetCarb3 Tomatillo – NetCarb3 Tomatoes – NetCarb4 Turnips – NetCarb5 Zucchini – NetCarb3 Winter Squash (except butternut) – NetCarb 8-10-11

One Point Vegetables

Artichokes (each) – NetCarb6 Corn (1/4 pound) – NetCarb 18 Kale – NetCarb9 Leeks – NetCarb12 Parsnips – NetCarb14 Peas (green) – NetCarb10 Potatoes – NetCarb15-16-19 (white-red-russet) Sweet Potatoes – NetCarb17 Winter Squash (butternut squash) – NetCarb11

Two Point Vegetables

Edamame (1/2 cup) – NetCarb5 Garbanzo Beans – NetCarb21 Lima Beans (fordhook) – NetCarb15

Three+ Point Vegetables

Avocado (1 cup) – WW6 to WW9 – NetCarb4-5 Edamame (1/4 pound) – WW3 – NetCarb8 Lima Beans (baby) – WW3 – NetCarb21 Sun-Dried Tomatoes (no oil) – WW5 – NetCarb49

Eat more vegetables! A Veggie Venture is the home of Veggie Evangelist Alanna Kellogg and is the award-winning source of free vegetable recipes, quick, easy, and yes, delicious. Start with the Alphabet of Vegetables or dive into all the Weight Watchers vegetable recipes or all the low carb vegetable recipes.

Alanna Kellogg
Alanna Kellogg

A Veggie Venture is home of "veggie evangelist" Alanna Kellogg and the famous asparagus-to-zucchini Alphabet of Vegetables.


  1. Just wanted to say thank you for the fruit and vegetable point listings! I'm starting to use the WW points system (on my own) and your site was invaluable! Thanks again.

  2. Thank you for the fruit & veggie lists! Invaluable resource on the road to good health:-)

  3. Your lists are great. I've put on weight and am going back to my WW eating habits and your lists will make it easier.

  4. Thank you so much for taking the time to figure all this out! I have wanted to try weight watchers but didn't want to pay the subscription. With doing a little research online to figure out my daily point allotment and this handy list of fruits & veggies, I think I can do it! THANK YOU!!!

  5. So glad I found this site. Start weight watchers and this will help!

  6. This was extremely helpful! Thanks a million!!

  7. AnonymousMay 10, 2018

    I couldn't find mini sweet peppers on your list and wondered what the point plus would be for those. I eat these raw as a little snack in the summer and normally count them as zero but I'm wondering if I'm hurting myself on my points if they should actually be counted.


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