Being on a diet doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a sweet breakfast treat. These Weight Watchers muffins are soft, flavorful, and low in WW points.
They aren’t all boring and plain either. Instead, I’ve tried to include a wide variety of muffin flavors.
Are you in the mood for chocolate? What about berries, pumpkins, or apples?
Whatever muffin variety you want, hopefully, you can find it here.
I’ve even included recipes for egg and spinach muffins for something more savory.
Now, without further ado, let’s check out these 17 Weight Watchers muffins. You’ll surely find one (or five) that you’ll love.
Miracle muffins are sweet, fluffy, and full of chocolatey goodness. That doesn’t explain what the ‘miracle’ is, though.
After all, plenty of muffins have those same attributes.
The miracle is that you can make them with just four ingredients. And each one is just a single WW point! See? Miraculous!
These decadent chocolate muffins are perfect for fall. You make them with a boxed cake mix, pumpkin puree, and chocolate chips.
The pumpkin and chocolate combo is surprisingly delicious. Plus, the texture is so dense and wonderful.
Each bite packs a wallop of flavor, making these entirely addictive.
Fortunately, each mini muffin is just one WW point, so they’re as nutritious as they are delicious.
These dense, chunky muffins require more ingredients than the first two recipes.
Fortunately, you can still have them ready in just 25 minutes.
They feature a ton of sweet, flavorful ingredients. There are chocolate chips, bananas, applesauce, walnuts, and more.
It seems like something so indulgent couldn’t possibly be WW-approved.
Surprisingly, though, each one has just four Weight Watchers points. That’s not bad for something so scrumptious.
These two-point muffins are sweetly tart and full of fruity goodness. You’ll combine bananas with the bright, fresh taste of strawberries.
As you probably already know, strawberries and bananas are a phenomenal combination.
That’s especially true in these tender, melt-in-your-mouth muffins.
If you want a WW-friendly breakfast the whole family will enjoy, these muffins are it!
These fun orange muffins are low in fat and calories and high in flavor. They’re perfectly spiced, moist, and incredibly crumbly.
You can whip them up in just over 30 minutes with three simple ingredients.
Combine spice cake mix, water, and canned pumpkin. That’s all it takes to make these yummy fall treats.
Want something a little brighter and zestier? Give these lemon WW muffins a try. They’re light, tender, and exploding with a lemon zing.
They require four ingredients and about 25 minutes. Best of all, the recipe yields more than three dozen mini muffins, and they freeze well.
Therefore, you’ll have plenty of muffins to meal prep for the entire week.
You’ll make these muffins with cinnamon and nutmeg’s warm, rich flavors. They’re hearty, comforting snacks with less than 100 calories each.
They’re buttery, crumbly, and ideal for breakfast, snacks, or dessert.
Serve them with tea or coffee at your next brunch. Everyone will adore them.
These four-ingredient muffins are bright and burst with blueberry flavor.
You’ll make them with all-bran cereal. That makes them lighter and less dense than ordinary muffins.
They also have a ton of nutrients and are extremely low-calorie. There are less than 30 calories and 5 net carbs per serving!
Each muffin has only one point, so they’re impossible to pass up.
Does the idea of ‘Skinny Muffins’ appeal to you? If so, this recipe is the one for you.
These muffins are light and springy with chunks of real strawberries inside.
They have a gorgeous golden-brown color and are dotted with bright red berries.
Thanks to the almond flour and extract, there’s a slight nuttiness underneath.
It complements the berries’ tartness perfectly.
Are you a huge pumpkin spice fan? Is French toast one of your breakfast favorites?
If so, you’ll love these pumpkin-spiced French toast muffins. They’re the best of both worlds.
These are just as indulgent as they sound. Fortunately, that isn’t reflected in their Weight Watchers points.
Enjoy them warm or cool for two to three WW points each.
These muffins have a few more points than others on the list. (There are seven in each one.)
Still, they’re great if you’re in the mood for something sweet and dessert-like. They taste just like real carrot cake, minus the cream cheese frosting.
They’re spiced and full of yummy brown sugar flavor. I love buttering one of these up and enjoying it on a cool fall morning.
Of course, they’re pretty tasty all year round.
These spectacular egg muffins are ideal for a more savory breakfast option. They’re hearty, cheesy, and full of nutrient-rich veggies.
The recipe calls for onions, spinach, and cherry tomatoes. You can also add mushrooms, bacon crumbles, or anything else.
Just remember that doing so will affect the WW point count.
Try this recipe if you like cheese and spinach but don’t want all the extra veggies. This one also adds chunks of diced ham into the mix.
Best of all, you can whip up a dozen in less than 30 minutes. Plus, they require only five ingredients, plus salt and pepper.
These are another savory option with a unique appearance and incredible taste.
Want a new, WW-friendly way to enjoy gingerbread this holiday season? These springy, tender muffins are an excellent option.
They have plenty of spice and flavor and are quick and easy to make. They have seven WW points per muffin, so you can’t go crazy on them.
Still, they make a nice treat now and then, especially for the holidays.
You’ll pack these dense, chewy muffins with cinnamon and brown sugar flavor. Mostly, though, they’re overflowing with apple yumminess.
There’s plenty of rich, warm apple flavor in every bite. They’re soft, buttery, and perfect for fall.
You’ll also make them with oats, so they’re full of nutrients.
These four-ingredient muffins are the tastiest and healthiest way to enjoy apple pie.
You can actually make them with as few as three ingredients.
However, they taste more like authentic apple pie with cinnamon. So even though it’s optional, I wouldn’t leave it out if I were you.
The muffins have a terrific texture and excellent taste. However, without the cinnamon, they don’t seem complete.
Either way, they’re only two WW points per muffin. So why not go cinnamon crazy?
These bright, fruity muffins are a wonderful way to start the day. They have a slightly sweet but tremendously tart flavor.
Plus, they look lovely with their brilliant pops of red color.
It takes about half an hour to make a dozen. You can serve them for breakfast, brunch, dessert, or just because.
Whenever you put them on the table, they certainly won’t be there long.
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