Great recipe! I, too, cannot believe it is a weight watchers recipe. They were delicious! Thanks for posting- I will certainly make these again!
I can't believe there is a recipe for coconut shrimp this awesome that is WW friendly! I think this is one of the best WW recipes I have found yet! I used Coors Light and precooked shrimp (did not want to devein) that I thawed mostly in running cold water...I left them a little cold so they wouldn't overcook in the oven. Mine was about 1 point apiece because it made about 34 shrimp, and I only used about half of the batter! So, even better! I served them with a marmalade sauce I made from scratch. Thanks for this awesome recipe!
I made this as a special treat for me and DH on Valentine's Day, seeing as we are both watching our weight. Very yummy, very easy, and BAKED, not fried. I made an orange marmalade dipping sauce to go with them. OMG, good!
For being baked this was not bad at all. Who would have thought this was good for them to eat. The whole family enjoyed this. Will make again for us.
We enjoyed this very much. I liked the fact that you baked them instead of the deep frying method normally used in resteraunts. I was a tad confused with the baking powder mentioned in the ingrediant list, but baking soda was listed in the instructions. I chose baking powder. :)
This is excellent! I can't believe that this was only 5 WW points because it tastes so high fat and decadent. A really wonderful dinner for an evening when you are craving high fat fare but want to stick to a healthy eating plan!