Having access to all these Weight Watchers desserts recipes means you can have your cake (and ice cream!) and eat it, too.
Now that you have this long list of delicious recipes, you won't be tempted with those high-calorie sweets that can destroy your weight loss goals. Love cookies? Check out these Weight Watchers cookie recipes!
Make a batch of a few of these treats so they are on hand at all times! And if you're just looking to cut back on sugar, check out this sugar free pound cake recipe. It's delicious!
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 be able to stay with the program.
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!
The key is being prepared and knowing those Weight Watchers recipes Smartpoints! That's why I'm so excited to have all these great ideas in one place for you, most with low Points, too.
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 for activity.
Why not reserve a few points for one of these really special chocolate recipes, like Snickers Bar Pie or Oreo Fluff?
No matter what you're craving, there are Weight Watchers dessert recipes for you to try. Using a recipe that includes points value means you can enjoy it and lose that weight without worry.
Go ahead and choose a couple of favorites and add some of these ingredients to your grocery list now. It doesn't help to have the recipes if you don't make them!
TIP: By the way, you could take any of these sweet desserts to a party, and no one has to know they are Weight Watchers! This way you can have dessert at a gathering and still stay on track. (And your friends who are watching their weight will thank you.) Want to make something fun for the kids? They will love these turkey cupcakes!
Just click on any of the links within each recipe to go to the full recipe instructions. And you really should see our new secret weapon - more info in on our new scale below!
Weight Watchers Desserts everyone will Love
Healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies | 2 SmartPoints
Dark Chocolate Weight Watchers Brownies | 6 SmartPoints
Easy Biscotti Recipe | 2 SmartPoints
Strawberry Ice Pops | 0 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Snack Cookies | 1 ½ SmartPoints
Easy Apple Cake | 7 SmartPoints
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 it's WW? You're doing everyone a favor by bringing a healthier dessert to the table!
Mixed Berry Scone Recipe | 5 SmartPoints
Blueberry Muffins Recipe (Weight Watchers)
Mint Chocolate Brownie Bites | 2 SmartPoints
Healthy Lemon Bars Recipe | 5 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Pineapple Angel Food Cake | 7 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Strawberry Cheesecake - Only 1 Point
Healthy Blueberry Cornbread | 5 SmartPoints
Red White and Blue Cheesecake Parfait | 1 SmartPoint
Peanut Butter Whip Frozen Treats | 3 SmartPoints
Crustless Apple Pie | 1 SmartPoint
Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe | 4 SmartPoints
Weight Watcher’s Sunshine Cake | 6 SmartPoints
Healthy & Light Carrot Cake - 11 SmartPoints
Thankfully, she worked to get those points down, and you can now use her recipe for a healthier version. It's still higher than others on this list, but it is cake! (And worth it!)
Weight Watchers Granola Bites | 3 SmartPoints
Strawberry Pretzel Dessert Cups | 7 SmartPoints
Raspberry Crisp | 7 SmartPoints
Easy Instant Pot Baked Apples | 3 SmartPoints
Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe | 4 SmartPoints
Butterfinger Pie Recipe - 6 SmartPoints
Pistachio & Pomegranate Frozen Yogurt Bark | 2 SmartPoints
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins | 3 SmartPoints
Crustless Strawberry Pie | 1 SmartPoint
Strawberry Shortcake Trifle | 3 SmartPoints
Pina Colada Angel Food Cake | 4 SmartPoints
Snickers Bar Pie | 4 SmartPoints
Lighter Lemon Bars | 4 SmartPoints!
Dairy Free Coffee Ice Cream | 0 SmartPoints
Pineapple Gluten Free Angel Food Cake | 4 SmartPoints
Strawberry Cheesecake Pinwheels | 4 SmartPoints
Weetabix Cake | 8 SmartPoints
Skinny Pineapple Angel Loaves | 4 SmartPoints
Cherry Yogurt Popsicles | 5 SmartPoints
Skinny Frozen S’mores | 6 SmartPoints
Strawberry Banana Greek Yogurt Muffins | 2 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Pumpkin Mousse Recipe | 2 SmartPoints
High Fiber Brownie Recipe | 2 SmartPoints
Apple Crisp Recipe | 4 SmartPoints
Mexican “Unfried” Ice Cream | 5 SmartPoints
Slimming World Brownies | 3 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Brownie Bites | 3 SmartPoints
Chocolate Chip Blondies | 6 SmartPoints
Caramel Apple Pudding Parfait Diet Dessert | 2 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Gluten Free Apple Crumble | 3 SmartPoints
One Ingredient Banana Ice Cream | 0 SmartPoints
3 Ingredient Chocolate WW Muffins Recipe | 2 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Balls | 4 SmartPoints
Chocolate Marshmallow Fudge Recipe | 5 SmartPoints
Let me know which of these Weight Watchers dessert ideas is your favorite!
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More Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes
Love chocolate? Check out these Weight Watchers Brownies.
Really looking to keep the points low? You'll also want to bookmark this list for Weight Watchers desserts under 4 points!
Love chocolate? Here's a fabulous list of nothing but Weight Watchers chocolate desserts.
And if you love candy, here's your SmartPoints Guide to Candy, right from Weight Watchers! Enjoy!
Yes! I have quite a few varieties of WW desserts at my local grocery store. Hello Dark Chocolate Raspberry Ice Cream Bars at just 3 SmartPoints on the Green, Blue, and Purple Plan!
Yes! For just a taste, a Hershey's Kiss or 3 Muskateers mini is just 1 SmartPoint!
There are so many wonderful recipes available now that eating on WW is easy. However, from my experience, being part of the Weight Watchers program will definitely help you achieve your goals.
Weight Watchers Lunch & Dinner Recipes
And though I 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 also just made this Weight Watchers Chicken Pot Pie and it was divine!
Looking for super easy? Check out these Slow Cooker Weight Watchers Meals.
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50+ Easy Weight Watchers Desserts
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Dark Chocolate Weight Watchers Brownies
- Easy Biscotti Recipe
- Strawberry Ice Pops
- Weight Watchers Snack Cookies
- Easy Apple Cake
- Mixed Berry Scone Recipe
- Blueberry Muffins Recipe (Weight Watchers)
- Jello Parfait
- Mint Chocolate Brownie Bites
- Healthy Lemon Bars Recipe
- Weight Watchers Pineapple Angel Food Cake
- Weight Watchers Strawberry Cheesecake
- Healthy Blueberry Cornbread
- Red White and Blue Cheesecake Parfait
- Peanut Butter Whip Frozen Treats
- Crustless Apple Pie
- Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe
- Weight Watcher’s Sunshine Cake
- Easy & Light Carrot Cake
Cannot find StrawberryTrifle recipe.
Hi Sally. It's next after Strawberry Pie. It's number 21, I think. You have to scroll down a bit. I just looked and it's there! Sorry you're having trouble.
The strawberry trifle looks wonderful
Yes! That's one of my favorites!
Where is the strawberry Trifle recipe pictured in the large glass bowl?
It’s next after Strawberry Pie, Peggy. It’s number 21, I think. You have to scroll down a bit. I just looked and it’s there! Sorry you’re having trouble.
The picture is of something rhubarb and I don’t see it here. .?
Can't get any recipe to open. Frustrating
I'm so sorry you're having trouble, Teresa. They all open for me when I click on the link.
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You actually make it seem so easy along with your presentation but I to find this topic to be really one thing which I feel I would never understand.
It seems too complicated and extremely wide for me.
I'm looking ahead in your next publish, I'll try to get the dangle of it!
Nice recipes but they'd be a hundred times better with fresh made whip topping and scratch made cake vs all the processed stuff in box mixes and ready made items. A little preplanning can go a long way.
Dinner meals receipt plz
Does anyone have Weight Watchers Books of approx. 10-15 years ago; also with the "slide" to determine number ofpoints?
I did so good with the books and would love to try again; I am not interested in the new ones - sorry. Thanks for any help you can offer.
Not sure, Jenny. Maybe Ebay? Sorry I'm not much help!
How many points are in the Puppy Chow??
Can you designate the point value for the Oreo fluff?
This is my go-to site ... cannot wait to make so many more of these recipes!!!
Could not get the recipe for pineapple angelfood cake to appear for me. Sounded so good too. JoAnn
Just made the Pineapple Angel Food cake. It's delicious, but is there a reason for NOT greasing the pan? I had a heck of a time getting it out of the (non-stick!) pan. Would a spritz of cooking spray cause any damage to the batter for some reason?
Sorry, Joan, but that is the age-old problem with angel food cake. You are not supposed to grease the pan as angel food cake doesn't contain leaveners and depends on steam and air to rise up the side of the pan. Cooling it upside down may help, and running a spatula or knife around the pan may help, too. I have heard of people using non-stick pans and the cake turning out fine, as well, so not sure. It's not an easy cake to make for these reasons.. This is not actually my recipe, so you might ask the author on the site where you got the recipe. I just put together the round up of recipes. Live, Laugh, Rowe is the site and she is very sweet, so I'm sure she can help you. Thanks for visiting!
I've made Angel Food cake more times than I can count, still using the aluminium pan my mom had, cake always sticks to the side the middle and bottom. First cool upside down on a bottle as soon as it comes from the oven fully cool the cake then Use a long knife and carefully go around the sides and tube, flip on cake dish and do the bottom. May have crumbs to be expected, but turns out lovely each time.
Can't wait to try some of these yummy desserts!!! Thankyou so much for sharing 🙂
Thank you, Sue! Let me know which is your favorite!
These all look amazing and guilt-free! Thanks so much for including our lemon squares 🙂
Thank you, Pam! So yummy!
Me, too, Lisa! Thanks for visiting!