I had no idea there were so many Weight Watchers low point desserts. My biggest challenge with trying to lose weight is wanting a little something sweet. All these recipes are under 4 points!
It's hard to know what's allowed without knowing how many points are counted for a dessert. I know there are ways to figure out the points value, but isn't it easier if it's already figured out?
The beauty of the points system in Weight Watchers is your freedom to decide. One day you can have a bigger lunch, and make up for it with a smaller dinner.
The next day, you can save up your points and have a sweet dessert. The hardest part is finding what dishes fit in when you want them. That's why I created this list of Weight Watchers low point desserts.
Planning is your best friend when it comes to Weight Watchers. Even if you don't plan well enough, there are still Weight Watchers desserts under 4 points you can sneak in. Thank goodness!
Weight Watchers Desserts Under 4 Points
Healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies | 2 WW Points
Weight Watchers Snack Cookies | 3 WW Points
Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Whip Frozen Treats | 3 WW Points
Monkey Bread Recipe with Cream Cheese | 4 WW Points
Non-Fat Strawberry Frozen Yogurt | 3 WW Points
Pudding Pops - 1 WW Point
Peanut Butter Apple Slices | 4 WWPoints
Lemon Thumbprint Cookies | 1 WW Point
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies | 4 WW Points
Skinny Crustless Apple Pie | 1 WW Point
More Desserts for the Weight Watchers Plan
Looking for more desserts that follow the Weight Watchers points plan? Check out these cupcakes or this roundup of more than 30 Weight Watchers desserts. You might also like these yummy snacks, all with points values. I think my most popular roundup is Weight Watchers breakfast recipes.
Things have changed so much since I first started Weight Watchers after gaining 40 pounds with my first child! Did you know you can now buy Weight Watchers desserts online, like chocolate mug cake and mint cookie crisp? That's a no-brainer for me!
With so many options, staying on track has never been easier.