With these Weight Watchers desserts, you can quickly satisfy your sugary cravings without worrying about your waistline.
For people with a huge sweet tooth (like me!) restrictive dieting doesn’t work. That’s why I love Weight Watchers!
You can indulge in yummy sweets while still technically following a “diet.” Although with these recipes, “diet” will be the furthest thing from your mind.
Between the ice cream sandwiches, creamy homemade popsicles, and tender muffins, these Weight Watchers desserts are downright sinful.
Healthy Weight Watchers Desserts Everyone Will Love
This cheeky cake packs a big punch without the guilt of overindulging.
The secret to this tasty dessert is diet soda, which adds plenty of sweetness without the sugar.
Topped with Cool Whip and broken Kit Kat bars, this is one treat you’ll want to make all the time.
Weight Watchers berry crisp is the perfect dessert to whip up in just 15 minutes!
If you’re craving something sweet but don’t want to use a ton of points, then this is ideal to have in your back pocket.
It’s full of berry sweetness, combined with the crunch of lightly toasted oats. Best of all, you can make a single serving, so you won’t be tempted to go back for seconds.
These blueberry muffins are light, fluffy, and simply divine!
Each one contains silky yogurt to create a soft smoothness along with sweet, plump blueberries. They make every bite better than the last.
And at just five Smart Points each, you can even have two!
Pair with black coffee, and you’ve got yourself a delicious and quick breakfast for busy mornings on the go.
Each bite of this Weight Watcher’s sunshine cake will brighten up your day.
It’s also super easy to make!
All you need are five simple ingredients: canned pineapple, canned orange, Cool Whip, pudding mix, and cake mix.
The result is a super moist cake without being too dense. It’s light, fluffy, and perfect for after Easter dinner.
Though these Weight Watchers pumpkin muffins only need a few ingredients, they make a mean dessert.
Just blend pumpkin puree with spiced cake mix and water. How easy is that?
You’ll love these on a cold fall morning and the smell of cinnamon will rouse even the deepest sleepers.
Even better, each muffin is only three points! So go ahead and have two.
If you’re looking for a no-bake dessert to lighten up your dinner table, this recipe has you covered!
These Weight Watchers chocolate eclair cakes are full of tasty layers of Graham Crackers nestled between spoonfuls of chocolate frosting and vanilla pudding.
The dish is topped with a delicious drizzle of sugar-free chocolate syrup too. The only downside is the setting time – three whole hours!
But if you can wait that long, this frozen treat will be a not-so-sinful hit at your next summer bash!
The best thing about this no-bake peanut butter pie is how easy it comes together. All you need are five minutes and a handful of pantry staples.
The store-bought pie crust is the secret to making this easy dessert. It’s filled with a mixture of fat-free cream cheese, peanut butter, and Cool Whip to craft one comforting dessert.
Each slice is only six points, so go ahead take another slice.
Are you looking for a tantalizing treat that’s zesty and fresh? This Weight Watchers lemon dessert just might fit the bill.
Clocking in at only two points per serving, this delectable dish is lip-smackingly delicious.
All you need is Greek yogurt and some sugar-free lemon pudding mix. Top with some fat-free Cool Whip for a real indulgent snack.
You don’t need to compromise your diet to get a taste of this classic chocolate milkshake.
With sugar-free chocolate pudding mix, almond milk, stevia extract, and some cocoa powder, it’s thick, rich, and velvety smooth.
Blend it all together to create a shake that tastes like the real deal.
Chocolate chip cookies are such a comfort food for me. Luckily, each bite from this chocolatey, chewy cookie will tame even the biggest sweet cravings.
Most cookie recipes are loaded with sugar and fat, but this one is mindful of the calories. So, they’re the perfect snack, dessert, or even breakfast.
Seriously, if cookies are your downfall, you’ll want to pin this three-point recipe asap!
Lemon bars are a classic dessert and I know I always look forward to them during every Easter potluck.
While this recipe may be heavy on the ingredients, it’s light on your palette (and waistline).
Tallying in at only five points per serving, this tangy treat is a must-have for any springtime gathering.
What’s better than a cookie? A cookie in a mug, of course!
I know that cookies are in the danger zone for overindulging – they’re just delicious, and before you know it, one cookie turns into five.
That’s where recipes like this come in handy. Control the portion size and make it as large or as small as you want.
Simply mix the ingredients in your favorite mug, microwave, and enjoy!
Would you believe me if I said these fudgy, chocolatey brownies were just one point per piece?
I didn’t believe it either! I figured they’d taste bland at the very least.
But this recipe shows you how to hack the system and make something rich and indulgent.
Gluten-free flour and unsweetened applesauce are the secret weapons. Plus, you’ll use stevia and egg whites.
If you bake these as suggested, they will come out pretty cakey. I pulled them out of the oven about five minutes earlier and they had a pleasant fudgy finish.
These delicious Weight Watchers peanut butter whips are a fantastic frozen treat to have on hand during the summer.
Not only are they filled with creamy peanut butter goodness, but the drizzling of chocolate on top really seals the deal.
You’ll use PB2 powder to get that classic peanut butter flavor without the fat and calories.
Energy balls are ideal for a filling, energizing breakfast on the go. Unfortunately, store-bought energy balls can be packed with excess calories and sugar.
But not these bag boys.
This recipe has five simple ingredients that come together to create a flavorful, hearty treat. And it’s just one point per ball!
So, next time you have a morning full of meetings, toss a few of these into your bag for a leisurely, satisfying breakfast.
Not only is this pineapple angel food cake easy on the points, but it only takes two ingredients to prepare!
All you need is angel food cake mix and canned crushed pineapple.
You don’t even have to drain the crushed pineapple before using it since the liquid blends with the cake mix to create a moist, fluffy cake.
I know it’s not quite as rich as ice cream, but I do love fro-yo. And these strawberry yogurt ice pops are one of my favorite summer treats!
One lick of these, and you’ll forget all about that calorific tub of Ben and Jerry’s sitting in the freezer.
These pops are perfect for a lazy summer afternoon by the pool and will be a hit with kids and grown-ups alike.
If you’ve never heard of apple pie muffins before, you’re in for a treat (literally).
With this recipe, you’ll make something that tastes like your favorite fall pie, only in tender muffin form.
Each bite is full of cinnamon-apple goodness and tastes like you spent hours in the kitchen baking. In reality, though, it only uses four ingredients and needs just 30 minutes of your time.
On the hunt for a quick and healthy mid-morning snack?
These healthy blueberry scones provide the perfect accompaniment to coffee or tea without fretting over carbs or calories.
Each bite is bursting with pops of blueberry sweetness mixed with the brightness of lemon zest.
Greek yogurt is the ingredient to thank here for the rich moistness that keeps everything tender without adding pesky calories.
Black beans in a brownie? Okay, hear me out.
Black beans might not be the first thing you think of when you imagine chocolatey, decadent brownies, but they actually work surprisingly well.
This recipe doesn’t use any flour, which means it’s low in carbs and calories.
Instead, this recipe comes loaded with fiber, as well as an undeniable fudgy sweetness. These black bean brownies are the perfect post-dinner treat, minus the guilt.
If you thought you had to give up cheesecake on Weight Watchers, think again.
This Weight Watchers cheesecake recipe is creamy, sweet, and cute as heck!
Each mason jar dessert is filled to the brim with fluffy whipped cream and the Greek yogurt provides all the creaminess of cream cheese – but with fewer calories and more protein.
Clocking in at only six Smart Points per serving, this decadent dessert is a sweet way to incorporate a little indulgence into your day.
All you need is frozen peaches, yellow cake mix, and a can of diet lemon-lime soda, and voila!
It’s light, sweet, and wonderfully fruity.
I love coconut cake, but I try not to eat it too often because the heaviness of the cream tends to make me feel bloated.
That’s why this recipe is such a godsend. It emulates all the richness and creaminess of the OG recipe without adding the post-cake bloat.
Each serving comes to seven points, but it’s so, so worth it.
This is one pound cake that won’t pack on the pounds.
It’s like a cross between a rich brownie and devil’s food cake. How good is that?
It’s the perfect in-betweener that tastes great with a side of vanilla ice cream.
This cake is stunning and makes a great addition to any social gathering.
Meringue can sometimes be a tricky feat to accomplish, but these chocolate chip meringue cookies are worth the effort.
Each cookie is like a fluffy cloud with morsels of chocolate to leave your palette wanting more.
With just three points per serving, you can have more than one. Not bad for a taste of heaven.
When it’s hot outside and I need something sweet, no-bake pies are my go-to. They’re thick, rich, and cool, which is just what you need after a long, hot day.
But these no-bake chocolate peanut butter cookies are a fantastic alternative. Sure, you need to melt everything together, but that’s what the microwave is for, right?
And unlike no-bake pies, these babies are ready after just an hour in the fridge.
Terrific for summer and excellent during the winter, there’s never a bad time to make and serve ice cream sandwiches.
Especially when it’s as easy as this!
All you need are chocolate Graham Crackers and fat-free Cool Whip. Simply assemble and freeze; it’s as easy as that.
What’s not to love about bananas? They’re naturally sweet, potassium-rich, and satisfy your cravings without taking away any points.
Add a little dark chocolate and they taste like a banana split without the calories. Be sure to double the batch because these will go fast!
Looking for an easy recipe to whip up for Easter? These strawberry cheesecake cups are super simple and satisfy any sweet tooth.
Plus, they’re incredibly dense, unlike most light cheesecakes which are often no-bake.
Just blend fat-free cream cheese, frozen strawberries, egg, coconut flour, and erythritol, then bake until set.
Once they’ve had time to cool and you add some Cool Whip and fresh strawberries to the top, these pink desserts might just be too pretty to eat.
Red velvet cake isn’t known to be healthy. It’s full of flavor, mostly from the rich cream cheese frosting.
But if you feel like something comforting and sweet, this Weight Watchers red velvet cake is sure to hit the spot.
The secret, oddly enough, is diet Dr. Pepper soda. It adds a touch of spiced sweetness without any pesky calories.
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