There’s nothing quite like a late-night snack. We’ve all gotten the munchies close to bedtime and these cravings can be tough to resist, especially when you’re starting a diet. Many people think that all their favorite snacks and cravings are completely off the table, but that’s not entirely true.

There’s actually quite a few common and popular store-bought snacks that you can eat while on a diet, even late at night when you need a little snack. Below are 10 popular bedtime snacks that are all under 5 WW Points with serving sizes included.

Skinny Pop Popcorn – 3 WW Points Per Bag

Whether you’re up late binging your favorite show or having a movie night, popcorn is one of the most popular late night snacks. This snack comes perfectly packaged, costing only 3 WW Points for each 0.65 oz bag.

Unlike most snacks where you need to measure servings by counting individual pieces, Skinny Pop Popcorn lets you down a whole bag with ease and no guilt. The best part is that many stores sell these 0.65 oz bags in multipacks so you can easily stock up.

Ritz Crisps & Thins – 4 WW Point Per 21 Pieces

If you’re more of a crackers person than a popcorn person, no worries! Ritz has you covered. This longtime favorite cracker brand has a crisp and thin variation that can easily fit into any diet. A bowl of 21 pieces only costs 4 WW Points.

You can also pair these crackers with low fat cheese, so long as you calculate the points of the cheese combined with the crackers first. Additionally, you can pair these with your favorite veggies, which cost zero points.

For something more protein heavy, beef jerky is the way to go. There’s multiple brands of beef jerky that can work with Weight Watchers, although the Jack Link’s Beef Jerky is easily measured at 2 points per bag.

If you prefer flavored jerky, you can also get Jack Link’s Beef Jerky in Teriyaki flavor for the same amount of points.

Snyder’s Mini Pretzels – 4 WW Points Per 20 Pretzels

Here’s yet another classic late-night snack for when you’re craving something crunchy and salty. Known as one of the most popular pretzel snack brands, Snyder’s Mini Pretzels make for the perfect bite-sized treat when it’s late at night.

With 20 pretzels in each serving, you can get a pretty decent sized snack out of these mini pretzels. This brand is super easy to find in stores and online too, so it’s a great option to keep in your back pocket for when you get salty snack cravings.

Jell-O Sugar-Free Pudding Cups – 2 WW Points Per Cup

Household dessert brand Jell-O has multiple flavors of pudding cups that make for perfect miniature desserts. Individual pudding cups are worth 3 points or less depending on the flavor. Since the brand is so popular, it’s quite easy to find a pack of 4 cups at your local grocery store.

Jell-O’s sugar-free chocolate vanilla pudding cups are worth 2 points per cup, while their creme brulee pudding is worth 3 points per cup. Alternatively, their fruit-flavored sugar-free jell-o cups are worth zero points.

Mini Babybel Light – 2 WW Points Per Cheese

These delightfully small cheeses make for a great late night snack. Famously known as the cheese wrapped in red wax, Babybel has light cheeses that are lower in calories. Its texture is soft and creamy and its flavor is mild.

Light Babybel comes in sky blue packaging, making it easy to spot on the shelf. Typically, they come packaged in a little plastic net with 6 cheeses in each package. They’re commonly found in most grocery stores in the dairy aisle, not far from sliced cheeses for sandwiches.

Chocolate Pocky – 2 WW Points Per 4 Sticks

Over the years, Asian snack brand Pocky has expanded their sales and flavors into Western countries and have become a popular sweet snack for kids and adults alike. Although today they have many sweet and salty flavors to choose from, their chocolate sticks are by far their most popular flavor of all.

Despite the fact that Pocky is often considered an imported snack, it’s actually quite easy to find them in most grocery stores or on Amazon these days. They come in a bright red packaging, typically featuring an image of the chocolate sticks on the front.

Oreo Thins – 3 WW Points Per 2 Cookies

Just like Ritz did with their crackers, Oreo has developed a thin version of their classic cookies. Designed for lighter snacking and lower calories, these cookies feature a thinner cookie and thinner frosting layer, much like the name implies. However, it still maintains that favorite sweet flavor that the brand is known for.

These thins can be easily found at any grocery store that carries Oreo branded snacks. Typically, the cookies come in a bulk box with small snack packages inside. Each snack package contains 4 cookies, so buying in bulk can really make these cookies last if you’re only having a singular serving per night.

Skinny Cow Chocolate Truffle Ice Cream Bars – 4 WW Points Per Bar

Known as a low-fat ice cream brand, Skinny Cow brings all the indulgence of ice cream without any guilt with their sandwiches, cones, and bars. Although they have many great options available, we’re looking specifically at their Chocolate Truffle Ice Cream Bars.

If you just can’t shake that craving for ice cream and chocolate, these bars are the perfect solution. An individual ice cream bar costs only 4 points. Their portion size is surprisingly generous too, so you’ll be plenty satisfied after just one.

Fruit with Fat-Free Greek Yogurt – 0 WW Points

We’re ending this list with a no-points late-night snack. Weight Watchers considers many fruits to be worth zero points, meaning you can enjoy them as a snack without having to calculate points into your diet.

If fruit by itself isn’t enough, you can add fat-free Greek yogurt, which is also worth zero points. Put little dollops of yogurt on top of sweet strawberries or sprinkle a handful of blueberries into a bowl of yogurt. The choices are truly endless.

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  1. It’s nice to have a snack with minimal points. I was happy to read the wonderful selection. Thank you 😊

  2. Where is recipe for those delicious looking chocolate cookies??? Thank you for sharing.
    Grateful for recipes.

  3. Kate, I’ve always had late night cravings since I worked mainly 2nd & 3rd shifts. Thanks for your post addressing healthy choices! Definitely will be following you from now on.