Who knew there were so many recipes for Weight Watchers Christmas Cupcakes? Baking for the holidays can be so difficult if you're trying to lose weight. Not only do you need to measure the ingredients accurately, but calculating points can make it really tricky.
I've been doing Weight Watchers on and off for years, and I know that even a small change in a recipe can skyrocket those points. What to do? I know what you're thinking.
The holidays are just a losing battle. There is no sense in trying. I'll just wait until January and start all over.
Why let all your hard work go to waste? You really can stay on the Weight Watchers program through the holidays. Don't give up so quickly!
Luckily, you're not alone on your journey to a healthy lifestyle. Others, in fact, millions, have gone before you on the Weight Watchers program.
And fortunately for us, many of them have shared their amazing recipes that work well with the Weight Watchers point system, so you can enjoy those holiday parties along with everyone else.
Thankfully, some of my blogging friends have recipes for Weight Watchers Christmas cupcakes that work with the Points system. Get those baking pans ready!
Weight Watchers Christmas Cupcakes
Red Velvet Cupcakes with Peppermint Cream Cheese Frosting | 6 WW Points
Christmas Gingerbread Cupcakes | 2 WW Points
Double German Chocolate Mini Cupcakes | 3 WW Points
Weight Watcher’s Cherry Cheesecake | 3 WW Points
Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Muffins | 3 WW Points
Rudolph the Red Velvet Cupcake | 7 WW Points
Brownie Cupcakes | 2 WW Points
Vanilla Cupcakes | 4 WW Points
Looking for other Weight Watchers dessert ideas? Check out these Brownies and these desserts that are all under 4 points! My favorite recipes come from this roundup of Weight Watchers desserts. So yummy!