Just because you’re on a diet doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in delicious chocolate desserts. Not only is it possible to find chocolate dessert recipes that suit your diet but Weight Watchers has a plethora of options available, from familiar favorites to inventive ways to soothe all of your chocolate cravings.

Whether you’re an avid baker or just want an easy late night sweet snack, here’s a list of 10 chocolate desserts. All of these recipes are worth 5 Weight Watchers points or less, so you can indulge without any worries.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Cookies
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip And Banana Cookies

WW Points: 2

Let’s kick off this list with a quintessential chocolate dessert: chocolate chip cookies with a yummy twist. The combined peanut butter flavor with banana mixed with a nice chocolate swirl is what makes these cookies perfect for anyone on a WW.

Another great thing about these cookies is that the dough can be easily frozen and stored. Whenever you want cookies, just bake the frozen dough with a couple additional minutes in the oven.

Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies

Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies

WW Points: 3

Here’s another recipe for chocolate cookies, this time with oat flower and cocoa powder. These cookies have a texture closer to a brownie, with a perfectly soft and fudge-like center. The ingredients list is also quite short, with only a handful of ingredients required.

On top of being deeply rich and perfectly chocolatey, these cookies are gluten-free! Remember you can use chocolate chips or raisins as additional toppings.

Orange and Dark Chocolate Marble Loaf

WW Points: 4

These loaf pair perfectly with a cup of coffee in the morning for breakfast or a cup of tea at night as a little snack. This recipe is great for more bakers who want to tackle something more complicated than cookies.

Although the recipe calls for orange juice and zest, you can make it without if you want to cut the citrus flavor and keep it more chocolate heavy.

Chocolate Banana Ice Cream served in 2 cups

Chocolate Banana Ice Cream

WW Points: 3

There are few pairings as classic as banana and chocolate. This ice creamy is a fabulous treat and perfect dessert in the summer. You can make 3 servings with this recipe and comes together quick and pop in the freezer until your ready to devour.

The best part is you can use any fruit you’d like, including peaches, strawberries or raspberries as a topping.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Almond No Bake Cookies

WW Points: 2

For all the almond lovers out there, this one’s for you. Not only are these no bakes perfectly bittersweet but they are adorably miniature. These treats are great to serve at a party with 32 servings per recipe.

And with only 2 points per, you can have a second helping. From start to finish this only takes about 45 minutes, so get mixing and tries these beauties.

Double Chocolate Banana Bread

WW Points: 5

We’ve all had banana bread cravings. Now you can easily make banana bread and double the chocolate to satisfy both cravings at once. For only 5 Weight Watchers points per slide, this recipe is a favorite the hold family will love.

What makes this recipe unique is the use apple sauce which gives the loaf a moist interior that feels like a mix between a loaf of bread and a brownie.

Double chocolate espresso mini muffins

Double Chocolate Espresso Muffins

WW Points: 3

These adorable mini cupcakes are not only easy and quick to make but also easily to adapt into different flavor combinations. The recipe calls for instant espresso powder but if that is not your thing, they muffins are still great without it.

This recipe is one of the larger ones on this list, so you can use this recipe to make dessert for a get together or cut the recipe in half if you’re only looking to make cupcakes for yourself.

ww chocolate peanut butter fruit dip

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fruit Dip

WW Points: 3

For a bite-size treat that is perfect in the summer, look no further than this chocolate-peanut butter dip. Its just 4 ingredients and can be paired with all your favorite fruits and its a crowd pleaser. Be sure to make extras and keep in the fridge or freezer for later!

Chocolate Glazed Donut

WW Points: 5

These glazed donuts are perfect for a weekend brunch or a quick breakfast on a work day. Best part is, unlike traditional doughnuts, these doughnuts can be easily kept as leftovers and will still taste great. Freeze them and heat them in the microwave for a few seconds the next day and you’ve got another perfect breakfast ready to go.

This recipe also includes a method for a quick and easy chocolate frosting that you can drizzle on top of the doughnuts. All you need to make the frosting is a microwave.

Chocolate Cherry Greek Yogurt Muffins

WW Points: 2

This is one of my first chocolate dessert recipes and still one of my favorite to make. I was told how much everyone loves strawberry banana with Greek Yogurt so decided to make a spin and add cherries.

Its a very simple and quick recipe and a very low point total for how delicious they are.

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