Knowing there are truly decadent Weight Watchers chocolate desserts for satisfying that sweet craving makes me feel like I really can do Weight Watchers without missing out.
Have you been trying to lose weight with Weight Watchers? It’s the best program I’ve seen. I lost the weight after gaining 44 pounds with my first child.
Writing about travel and food comes with a downside. Everywhere I visit, people want to show me the best places to eat! I can’t turn it down. Honestly, I don’t want to turn it down! I love food!
The only way for me to stay at a good weight is to go on Weight Watchers every now and then. But when I do, I miss chocolate!
Chocolate is good on its own but it’s even better when added to a dessert recipe. It’s such a diverse ingredient that it actually fits easily into the Weight Watchers plan.
The problem many people run into is the points value of chocolate recipes. Most chocolate desserts have a lot more points than you’re allowed on Weight Watchers, which means you have to skimp on points in other areas.
Reducing the amount of food you eat so you can have dessert is not the way to go. You’ll find yourself hungry and cheating and that only causes you to get to the point where you don’t feel like you can stay on the diet.
Luckily, there are Weight Watchers chocolate desserts that are less than 5 points. Remember, with exercise, you can increase your points, too. If that isn’t encouragement enough to exercise, I don’t know what is!
Enjoy chocolate again the way you want. You really can have your cake and eat it, too. It just takes a little planning. Stay within the points each day and you’ll take off those extra pounds.
You know how that old saying goes, ‘People don’t plan to fail. They just fail to plan.’ A little planning goes a long way when you are trying to lose weight. You can do this!
Decadent Weight Watchers Chocolate Desserts
Chocolate Cupcake Brownies | KitchMe
Cupcake and Brownie in the same sentence is my kind of dessert! These are heaven sent cupcakes!
Chocolate Pumpkin Muffins | Food Fun Family
I make pumpkin bread with chocolate chips, and honestly, I eat it for breakfast, too! These muffins are good any time of day!
Chocolate Chip Cookies | LaaLoosh
Yes, you can still have chocolate chip cookies, and stay on track with your Weight Watchers points.
Chocolate Crunch Bars | Food
Anything chocolate crunch and I’m in! This is another treat many people don’t realize you can still have when doing the Weight Watchers plan!
Peanut Butter Balls | Skinny Points
Peanut butter and chocolate go together so well, don’t they? Your whole family will love these peanut butter balls!
Double Chocolate Chews | Recipe Girl
These are so good and so easy to make!
Chocolate Mug Cake | Cafe Delites
One minute to prep, one minute to cook, but take your time enjoying this fluffy deliciousness!
Chewy Chocolate Cookies | A Lil’ Country Sugar
These cookies will remind you of merengue, but they are chewy and rich, too. Delicious!
Oreo Pudding Chocolate Lasagna | You Brew My Tea
This is another easy one and is perfect to take to a party! It only serves 12, so double it if you’ll need to feed more friends!
Chocolate Mousse | WW-Recipes
It’s hard to believe there are only 3 ingredients in this mousse. So easy!
Chocolate Bran Muffins | Courtney Carroll Cooking
I love bran muffins, and these have the added sweetness of the chocolate. 4 ingredients and so simple to make!
Flourless Black Forest Cake | Points Recipes
You may remember that I went to Germany last year and watched a Black Forest Cake being made while in the Black Forest. It had a few more calories in it than this one does, to say the least!
Chocolate Topped Peanut Butter Oat Cookie Bars | Simple Nourished Living
These cookie bars are only 77 calories and just 2 points! This is one of the healthier recipes on the list, too. A little more work, but worth it!
Chocolate Marshmallow Fudge | Key Ingredient
Just 5 ingredients and you’ll have the most delicious fudge at only 2 points per serving!
Chocolate Cherry Baked Oatmeal Singles | Emily Bites
These are the perfect breakfast or a great afternoon snack with a cup of tea.
Chocolate Cherry Greek Yogurt | Drizzle Me Skinny
These are almost like Black Forest Cake in a healthy muffin, and they have the added benefit of Greek yogurt.
Chocolate Chip Blondies | Couponers United
Blondies are always a big hit at parties. I’m betting this will be your new go-to recipe, especially for a book club meeting or girls night in!
Chocolate Souffle | Live Laugh Rowe
I adore a souffle but have trouble making them. This one looks pretty easy. Can’t wait to try it. The recipes from this site are always really good.
If you’re looking to save even more points, check out these additional dessert recipes that are all under 4 points!