Cucumber, Tomato, Onion Salad

Cucumber, Tomato, and Onion Salad

My running friend gave me a bag of fresh tomatoes from her garden today….
Made this recipe from the Weight Watchers website…
So fresh and yummy!
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1 1/2 cup(s) cucumber(s), thinly sliced
1 1/2 cup(s) tomato(es), Roma or other fresh variety, sliced or cubed
1/2 cup(s) (chopped) onion(s), chopped
6 tsp SPLENDA® SPLENDA No Calorie Sweetener
1/2 cup(s) red wine vinegar
1/2 cup(s) water
1 tsp dried dill weed


  • Place cut up vegetables into a glass bowl.
  • Mix remaining ingredients together and pour over vegetables.
  • Refrigerate at least one hour (longer is better).
  • Serve with a slotted spoon so that liquid remains in the bowl. Yields about 2/3 heaping cup per serving.
  • Note: This recipe was selected by our staff from the Community Recipe Swap. Its POINTS value has been verified, but the recipe has not been tested by our kitchen.
1 Cup = 1 Points+

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About Lexy

40 years old, "stay at home mom" to 2 boys (ages 16 and 14), wife to a chiropractic kinesiologist! I love blogging and learning new ideas. I follow the Weight Watchers Points Plus program and enjoy working out. I have run 2 full 26.2 mile marathons and 3 half marathons... and many 10k and 5k's. I love taking BodyPump classes and lifting weights. Working out has always been fun for me, but I struggle with eating healthy. Blogging has introduced me to a world of healthy eaters... When I first started WW... I just wanted someone to tell me what to eat! I didn't like cooking and I am not the kind of person that can just throw things together. There are tons of ideas out there and I love finding new and fun ones that I feel like I am capable of making myself!

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