Having these decadent Weight Watchers cookie recipes on hand means you don’t have to miss out on dessert while losing weight with Weight Watchers!
The truly beautiful thing about the Weight Watchers plan is that you can eat what you want and still lose weight as long as you follow the plan. I'm sure you'll find at least a few new dessert favorites on this list of Weight Watchers desserts like this Jello Parfait.
Also be sure to check out this list of Weight Watchers breakfasts. Starting the morning right sets the tone for the day!
Why I Love Weight Watchers
People ask me why I love the Weight Watchers plan. My reasons are pretty simple. I can eat real food. Satisfying those cravings is easy when you can have a little something sweet.
Weight loss is hard! Whether you have 100 pounds to lose or you're struggling with that last 15, it is not easy. And when you have a family to cook for on a daily basis, it's even more difficult.
The biggest problem with most diets is that you can't really eat along with your family. You make them dinner and then eat something separately that's on the list of what you can eat.
This is just another aspect that I love about Weight Watchers. Your family will never know you are feeding them healthier food because it simply tastes so good. Make this Chicken Pot Pie recipe and tell me it isn't one of the best things you've ever tasted!
What is the Weight Watchers Plan?
I guess there is a chance that you've never heard of Weight Watchers, especially if you are not from the US.
The Weight Watchers plan assigns Points to foods as well as meals. Through the plan, you figure out how many Points you are allowed in order to lose the amount of weight you want to lose.
When I had was pregnant with my first child I had some complications as I was vegetarian and wasn't eating enough protein.
Basically, my daughter was just smaller than she should have been at that point in my pregnancy. My doctor told me to eat as much protein as I could, and I did. Oh, I did!
After giving birth, I was left with about a 40 pound weight gain. 40 POUNDS.
Weight Watchers helped me take that weight off, and I'll be forever grateful.
There are actually hundreds of Weight Watchers recipes! I try to gather the best ones I find and share them here with you.
If you find one you love, please send me a link so I can try it, too. I am always looking for new recipes to try.
Eat Weight Watchers Cookies & Still Lose Weight
Those delicious little treats that we just can’t escape are perfectly fine to eat as long as we follow our points.
Thankfully, there are ways to enjoy your cookies and still lose weight. Just make sure to save a few points for dessert!
Delicious Cookie Recipes
Healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies | 2 WW Points
Weight Watchers Snack Cookies | 3 WW Points
Chocolate Chip Cookies | 3 WW Points
Healthy Chocolate Clusters | 4 WW Points
Cake Mix Pumpkin Cookies | 2 WW Points
Breakfast Cookies | 3 WW Points
Chocolate Chip Cookies | 4 WW Points
Pumpkin Spice Cookies | 2 WW Points
Caramel Cookies | 1 WW Point
Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies | 2 WW Points
Easy Strawberry Shortcake Cookies | 3 WW Points
Oatmeal Pecan Lacey Cookies | 1 WW Point
Butterscotch Pillows | 1 WW Point
Nutella Thumbprints | 4 WW Points
White Chocolate Oatmeal 3 WW Points
No Bake Chocolate Cookies | 4 WW Points
Apple Pie Cookies | 2 WW Points
Chocolate Chip Cookies | 6 WW Points
Healthy Flourless Chocolate Cowboy Cookies | 4 WW Points
Gingerbread Cookies | 3 WW Points
Strawberry Cake Mix Cookies | 2 WW Points
Lemon Lime Cookie Crisps | 5 WW Points
Peanut Butter Protein Bites | 3 WW Points
Healthy Oatmeal Cookies | 1 WW Point
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie | 4 WW Points
Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies | 1 WW Point
2 Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies | 2 WW Points
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies | 2 WW Points
Weight Watchers Brownie Cookies | 3 WW Points
Sugar-Free Almond Apple Cookies | 2 WW Points
Chocolate Fudge Cookie Bites | 2 WW Points
Holiday Biscotti Cookie | 3 WW Points
There are so many ways to satisfy that sweet tooth while staying on track with Weight Watchers. All you need are the right recipes to help you get started!
I hope these decadent Weight Watchers cookie recipes are just the thing to let you have your sweets and still lose weight. But there are more than cookies when you're craving something sweet!
Please note: Though I do my best to keep up on all the changes with Weight Watchers, most of these recipes are from other sites.
If you see a change in points that have not been added here, I'd so appreciate it if you'd let me know! It's hard to keep up!
Weight Watchers Cookies Baking Tips
Double the Batch
If you have a cookie monster in your house (like I do), just make a double batch and freeze any of these so you can pull them out for the family.
You can freeze the cookies or just freeze the dough. I like to put the dough in a roll like the premade cookies you can buy. Slice them and bake them!
If there are healthier cookies readily available, there's no need to buy the higher calorie versions, right?
Tip for Portion Control
And here's a tip to help you with portion control. Place the the dough cookies on the cookie sheet (watch the size- this makes 36 cookies) but don't bake them. Instead, freeze the cookies right away.
Once the cookies are frozen, put them in a plastic zip-close freezer bag. Any time you want a fresh-baked cookie, take one out of the freezer and bake it. Not only will you be able to enjoy a delicious freshly baked cookie on-demand, but you won't be tempted to enjoy five! You're welcome!
Buy Good Baking Sheets
Also, make sure you have a good quality cookie sheet. You'll want even baking for your delicious treats.
A cookie sheet that doesn't distribute heating evenly can ruin half the cookies you spent time making. It really does make a difference!
I've also fallen in love with these baking mats! They keep your cookie sheets in good condition and save money on foil or parchment paper.
Other Weight Watchers Desserts
In the mood for something sweet but not really craving a cookie? Try these Weight Watchers breakfast breads. They're also perfect later in the day with a cup of tea or glass of low fat milk.
If it's chocolate you're looking for, take a look at this list of nothing but Weight Watchers Chocolate desserts.
Savory Weight Watchers Recipes
Check out these delicious dinner recipes for the crockpot, all with points values.
Throwing a party or like to graze for dinner? Check out this list of Weight Watchers appetizers.
And remember, if you're busy and don't have time for baking, pick up the best store-bought cookies for Weight Watchers! They come in a variety of flavors like oat and chocolate chip and mint cookie crisp. And these chocolate mini caramel bars are heavenly! For a nice variety of treats, try this WW Sweet Variety Pack.
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More Weight Watchers Desserts
Weight Watchers Cookie Recipes
- Healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies | 2 WW Points
- Weight Watchers Snack Cookies | 3 WW Points
- Chocolate Chip Cookies | 3 WW Points
- Healthy Chocolate Clusters | 4 WW Points
- Cake Mix Pumpkin Cookies | 2 WW Points
- Breakfast Cookies | 3 WW Points
- Chocolate Chip Cookies | 4 WW Points
- Pumpkin Spice Cookies | 2 WW Points
- Caramel Cookies | 1 WW Point
- Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies | 2 WW Points
- Easy Strawberry Shortcake Cookies | 3 WW Points
- Oatmeal Pecan Lacey Cookies | 1 WW Point
- Butterscotch Pillows | 1 WW Point
- Nutella Thumbprints | 4 WW Points
- White Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies | 3 WW Points
- No Bake Chocolate Cookies | 4 WW Points
- Apple Pie Cookies | 2 WW Points
- Chocolate Chip Cookies | 6 WW Points
- Healthy Flourless Chocolate Cowboy Cookies | 4 WW Points
- Strawberry Cake Mix Cookies | 2 WW Points
- Choose your favorite from the list of Weight Watchers cookies.
- Gather the ingredients for your recipe.
- Enjoy with no guilt!