Having access to all these Weight Watchers desserts recipes means you can have your cake and eat it too. Now that you’ll have 20 Weight Watchers dessert recipes in your arsenal, as long as you keep these treats on hand, you won’t be tempted with those high-calorie treats.
Most diets will deprive you of sweets of all kinds. The few that have sweets factored into the plan usually have bland, tasteless desserts that don’t truly satisfy that sweet tooth.
I don’t know about you, but if I’m allowed to eat something sweet when I want it (within reason, of course) I am very much less likely to cheat and stay with the program. That’s why I’m so excited to have all these Weight Watchers desserts recipes in one place for you. It really will make a huge difference if you can have that sweet treat now and then.
A piece of apple with a smidge of peanut butter doesn’t really cut it for me when I want something sweet. Plus, my family is always asking me to make dessert. Trust me, your family will love these desserts as much as you do!
I have actually had a hard time using all my Weight Watchers points, especially when I’m exercising every day and get those extra points. Why not reserve a few points for a really special Weight Watchers dessert, like Snickers Bar Pie or Oreo Fluff?
No matter what you’re craving, there is a Weight Watchers desserts recipe for you to try. Using a dessert recipe that includes points value means you can enjoy it and lose that weight without worry.
Why not just plan to have a little something on hand for when you have that craving, and plan for those few extra points? Take any of these to a party and everyone will rave about it. No one has to know these are Weight Watchers desserts!
20 Weight Watchers Desserts
Easy Apple Cake | Food, Fun & Faraway Places This apple cake is so moist and delicious. It’s a perfect dessert for transporting to a gathering, and kids love it, too. What I like best about it is that it’s easy and makes a pretty presentation. See what I mean when I say no one will know? You’re doing everyone a favor by bringing a healthier dessert to the table!
Lemon Dessert | from KitchMe
I love anything lemon, and these little lemon meringue desserts are so perfect for a dinner party- or a party of one (me!) I especially like we’d be okay with my mom, who is diabetic, having a small piece of this. She just celebrated her 80th birthday a few days ago, and I wish we had made this for her! After all, you have to have cake on your birthday, right?
Pineapple Cake | Simple Nourished Living Pineapple is another one of my favorite desserts, and this recipe has only two ingredients! How easy is that? I think angel food cake and pineapple were made for each other!
Peanut Butter Whip Frozen Treats | Just 2 Sisters Peanut Butter is usually a big no-no when you’re dieting, but you can have it on Weight Watchers as long as it’s in moderation. If you’re using fat-free Cool Whip, add 6 tablespoons of PB2 powder and this will be 3 Freestyle Points per serving. You can use real peanut butter, too, but it will take this recipe to 4 Freestyle Points.
Oreo Fluff | 77 Recipes Oreos are just so good, aren’t they? This dessert will be your new favorite. It only has 3 ingredients and can be made in about 2 minutes! Pick up the ingredients and have them always on hand so you’re not tempted to go off the program.
Peach Cobbler | i Save A to Z It used to be that peaches were only around for a couple of months, but you can find them most of the year now if you want to use fresh. This recipe calls for frozen. Stick a couple of bags in the freezer so you can whip this up anytime.
Sunshine Cake | Recipe Diaries I love that there is an option to make this light, too. Your kids will love this treat, and it’s another one that you can put together in no time. Most of the ingredients can be stored in the pantry, so pick up enough to make it a few times and you’ll have it when you need it.
Cobbler Cake | Madame Deals Cobbler is so good, especially when it has mixed berries. You won’t believe this is a Weight Watchers dessert. When you can get berries in season, this is especially good. It also makes a pretty presentation and is easy to take to parties.
Lemon Squares | Housewives Of Frederick County More lemon deliciousness! Treat yourself to these luscious squares of lemony goodness.
Butterfinger Pie | Laaloosh Love Butterfinger candy? This one will be on your regular rotation! This is one of the most decadent recipes on the list. It’s 6 Freestyle Points, but it’s worth it!
Strawberry Pie | Food We always loved to go strawberry picking when my kids were younger, but we haven’t done it in so long. Do you have a favorite place to go for fruit picking? This would be good with blueberries, too. Only 4 ingredients on this one and SO easy to make!
Strawberry Shortcake Trifle | Pointless Meals Another really delicious recipe for those strawberries! Think Strawberry Shortcake, but without all the fat and calories. This may be my daughter’s favorite dessert recipe!
Snickers Bar Pie | The Pretty You Project Who doesn’t love Snickers Bars? This one is really rich, so it’s easy to eat a small piece. It’s hard to believe this one is really allowed on Weight Watchers!
Strawberry Cheesecake Pinwheels | Emily Bites I love these because I don’t have to think about portion size. Can I get an Amen? My biggest problem is overdoing it on portions when I’m hungry!
Pineapple Angel Loaves | Live Laugh Rowe Angel cake and pineapple are a couple of my favorite things, so paired together is so good! And again, this is another one you don’t have to worry about the size of the portion as they are individual cakes. Yay!
Skinny Frozen Smores | Skinny Kitchen This is another one of my favorites! I’ve never met a dessert with chocolate and marshmallow fluff I didn’t like! This is perfect for an evening in the backyard.
Strawberry Banana Greek Yogurt Muffins | Drizzle Me Skinny I love muffins, so I pop them in the freezer for a sweet treat or breakfast.
High Fiber Weight Watchers Brownie Recipe | The Taylor House A brownie recipe that’s high fiber, too? I’ve found so many great recipes on The Taylor House blog. Do you have her cookbook? It’s not Weight Watchers but if you’re looking for delicious and easy Slow Cooker Recipes, this is the cookbook for you.
Crustless Apple Pie | The Happier Homemaker Who needs crust when the filling is this delicious? We had an apple pie baking contest years ago and it was so much fun. This one makes it even easier to make apple pie!
Puppy Chow | Gimme Some Oven Think Muddy Buddies! Just be sure to keep an eye on those portion sizes because I could finish off a bowl of this in no time flat!
Mexican Unfried Ice Cream | Skinnytaste Yes, you’ve died and gone to heaven with this one! If you’ve ever had Mexican Fried Ice Cream, you know how delicious it is. The problem is, of course, that it is laden with fat and calories. Now you have a recipe for it that you can actually have while you’re losing weight on Weight Watchers! You’re welcome!
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Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes: Cookies
If you’re more in the mood for cookies, check out these cookie recipes based on the Weight Watchers plan! Love chocolate? Check out these Weight Watchers Brownies. Really looking to keep the points low? You’ll love this list where all the desserts are under 4 points!
Weight Watchers Lunch & Dinner Recipes
And as a girl can’t live on dessert (though I’d be willing to try), I’ve got quite a few recipes for lunch and dinner, too. These Weight Watchers Wraps have been very popular and are so easy. Everyone loves this list of Weight Watchers pizza recipes. I just made this Chicken Pot Pie for Weight Watchers and it was divine!
Need more choices? Check out these Fix It and Forget It Recipes created for Weight Watchers.
By the way, the Weight Watchers: 101 Quick and Easy Recipes for Rapid Weight Loss is on sale! I can’t guarantee the price or availability, of course, but grab it while you can!
And if you are just starting out or not having success, check out this Weight Watchers Starter Kit. There may be little things you can change that will make big changes to your success. Good luck!