Dig out your mixing bowl and get ready to bake because these Weight Watchers cookie recipes are a guilt-free indulgence everyone can enjoy.
I’m talking peanut butter, chocolate chip, pumpkin, and more!
Weight Watchers has been around for decades, and their points-based system has been super effective for many people.
But even if you’re not tracking points, these low-calorie cookies are still worth a try.
They’re just as tasty and definitely feel naughty but contain healthier ingredients and less fat.
So if you’re looking for a delicious way to indulge your sweet tooth without packing on the pounds, check out these fantastic Weight Watchers cookie recipes!
20 Easy Weight Watchers Cookies (1-Point Cookies and More!)
1. Weight Watchers Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies: 3 Points
Want to enjoy your favorite homemade cookies without changing a single ingredient? You can!
Just make smaller cookies.
Loaded with gooey chocolate chips and rich brown sugar and butter, you don’t need any “diet” ingredient substitutions for this one.
The only thing you need here is willpower.
2. Oat & Raisin Cookie: 4 Points
These sweet and cinnamony Weight Watchers oat raisin cookies are impossible to resist.
They’re delightfully chewy with a slight crispness around the edges. And the raisins add a tangy contrast to the cookies’ overall sweetness.
Full of wonderfully complex spices, every bite bursts with warm flavor.
3. Weight Watchers Double Chocolate Cookies: 2 Points
Are you a serious chocoholic? If so, these crumbly chocolate cookies are the ones for you.
You can whip up several dozen in less than 30 minutes, and they’re so good.
Each one contains a double dose of chocolatey yumminess. Plus, their texture is so soft they’ll melt in your mouth.
4. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies: 2 Points
It doesn’t matter if you’re doing Weight Watchers or not, this recipe is a must-make!
They’re the perfect combination of peanut butter and chocolate with a healthy whole-wheat flour base.
Ready in just 22 minutes, they have less than 100 calories per serving.
5. Weight Watchers Cereal Cookies: 4 Points
Want a full-size, decadent cookie that’s still Weight Watchers-approved? Try these eight-ingredient cookies made with Kashi cereal and chocolate chips.
They have a fun, unique appearance and a gooey but crunchy texture you’ll love.
If you’ve ever tried haystacks or Corn Flake cookies, you’ll have an idea of how these feel.
They’re sweet, chocolatey, buttery, and delicious. Better yet, each one is just four Weight Watchers Smart points!
6. 3-Ingredient Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cookies: 3 Points
Are you trying out Weight Watchers and keto? I’ve got you covered because these tasty peanut butter cookies will work for both.
All you’ll need to make them is peanut butter, an egg, and your favorite low-cal/low-carb sweetener of choice (the recipe calls for erythritol).
Give them a try the next time you get a craving, and you won’t be sorry.
7. Weight Watchers Pumpkin Cookies: 3 Points
These may look like everyday chocolate chip cookies, but they aren’t.
Instead, they’re perfect-for-fall pumpkin cookies with ooey-gooey chocolate chips.
They’re sweet, rich, and taste far too decadent to be healthy. Fortunately, tastes can be deceiving because these aren’t all that bad for you.
They’re low in fat and sodium and have a decent amount of fiber to boot.
And hey, each one is only three WW smart points! So go ahead and have two!
8. Plain & Simple Sugar Cookie: 3 Points
Sometimes, you don’t need an elaborate cookie to curb your cravings. Instead, a simple buttery sugar cookie is just the ticket.
There’s nothing as heartwarming and nostalgic as well-made sugar cookies. Something about them just feels like going home again.
Fortunately, you can still enjoy them while on Weight Watchers. And they’re just as sweet, soft, and scrumptious as you remember.
9. Weight Watchers Caramel Cookies: 1 Point
What if I told you, you could make 60 cookies in less than an hour? And what if I told you those cookies were only one WW point per serving?
I know; it sounds pretty exciting, huh? Well, today’s your lucky day.
These crunchy cookies are full of caramel flavor and are perfect for dipping. Coffee, tea, milk – it’s the dealer’s choice!
They taste phenomenal no matter what.
10. Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies: 3 Points
Raspberry thumbprint cookies are light, sugary, and full of tart, fruity flavor.
Better still, they need just seven ingredients, most of which you probably already have on hand.
And if raspberry isn’t your jam, you can totally use something else. Strawberry, grape, or blackberry would all taste just as lovely.
11. Chocolate Chip Clouds: 2 Points
How incredible do these babies look? Of course, that unique appearance is all part of their cloud-like charm.
They don’t just look like clouds, though. They also have a light and airy cloud-like texture.
Biting into one of them is like – you guessed it – biting into a cloud. (Okay, I’ll stop saying cloud now.)
If you want a sweet, gluten-free cookie that’s like biting into air, these are the ones for you. You’ll only need six ingredients to make them, too.
12. Easy Strawberry Shortcake Cookies: 3 Points
I could eat strawberry shortcake all day long; diet be darned.
Luckily, these strawberry shortcake cookies are just as unbelievably tasty and will only cost you three points each!
The perfect combination of sweet and tart, they feature bright, fresh berry goodness with just a hint of lemon (or lime if you prefer).
They’re also rich and seriously addictive. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
13. Weight Watchers Banana Oatmeal Cookies: 2-3 Points
If you’re a fan of chewy oatmeal cookies, you’ll go, well, bananas for these oatmeal and banana cookies.
They’re sweet and fruity with plenty of cinnamon and brown sugar flavor.
Add some mini chocolate chips or grated dark chocolate for extra decadence. Or don’t! Even without the chocolate, these are incredible.
Five Weight Watchers points may be higher than you’re hoping for, but these phenomenal no-bake cookies are totally worth it.
Each one is chewy, chocolatey, coconutty, and just plain scrumptious.
And thanks to the peanut butter and almond milk, they’re creamy, sweet, and tender, too.
I’ve never met Martha Stewart, but I guarantee she’d give these her seal of approval. They’re just that good.
15. Weight Watchers Cool Whip Cookies: 2-3 Points
These chewy, lighter-than-air cookies are impossibly easy to make.
You’ll need only four ingredients: Cool Whip, an egg, sugar-free cake mix, and a sweetener.
Each one has only 100 calories and is between two and three WW points. Best of all, you can make two dozen in less than 20 minutes.
Oh, and even your non-dieting kids and guests will adore them. Sadly, you likely won’t have leftovers if you bring these to a potluck.
16. White Chocolate Dipped Lace Oatmeal Cookies: 2 Points
These cookies are gorgeous, delicate, and perfect for any occasion.
And while they’re extremely thin, don’t let that fool you. They pack a wallop of flavor and have the most fantastic texture.
You could enjoy them without the additional icing and sprinkles – even plain, they taste terrific.
However, the other additions add more than just color. They make them even sweeter and yummier, too.
17. Gingerbread Men Cookies With Weight Watchers Points: 7 Points
Seven points may seem like far too many for a single cookie. But when it comes to the holiday season, you must treat yourself a little.
After all, gingerbread people are classic Christmas cookies! Everyone should have at least a couple before the new year rolls in.
Also, these things are BIG! So you’ll certainly get your points’ worth with even a single cookie.
18. Weight Watchers Chocolate Fudge Cookies: 2 Points
Surely chocolate fudge is far too indulgent for Weight Watchers, right?! Nope!
These tasty balls of fudgy goodness are just two WW points apiece! And besides the sugar, the ingredients aren’t all that bad for you.
There’s applesauce, unsweetened cocoa, and vanilla. All things that aren’t too bad in moderation.
19. Strawberry Cake Mix Cookies: 3 Points
These are like a lighter, crumblier version of Walmart’s oversized iced sugar cookies – with a lot more strawberry flavor added into the mix.
You can whip up three dozen in about 15 minutes. And you’ll only need three ingredients to do it! (More if you want to add icing, as well.)
Trust me; this is one recipe you don’t want to miss.
20. Lemon Lime Cookie Crisps: 5 Points
Are you more of a crunchy cookie kind of person? Then you’ll love these lemon lime cookie crisps!
They’re ultra-thin and delightfully crispy. Plus, they’re loaded with sweetly tart lemon-lime flavor.
And those five points they have? Yeah, that’s for four cookies! So I’d say that’s a pretty good deal.
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