Imagine digging into a delicious, warm baked good without having to sacrifice a ton of Weight Watchers points. Believe it or not, you can make this concept become a reality! Just because you are serious about your health, it doesn't mean that you have to completely cut out bread or dessert. Whether you want to make a morning pastry like Weight Watchers Pumpkin Donuts to accompany your coffee or make some Healthy Greek Yogurt Biscuits to serve with dinner, you're in luck.
This list features several Weight Watchers-friendly baking recipes with apple, pumpkin, ginger, cinnamon, and maple flavors. All of these ingredients are exactly what you need in a fall baked good - something with a warm, comforting essence. Bring on the cozy flavors and tender pastries when you make these healthy yet scrumptious recipes. You don't have to be a pro-baker to succeed with these dishes. They are easy for anyone to accomplish! Also, many of them are easily adaptable if you want to stay away from dairy or gluten, so there are options for everyone, even those with special diets.
Our Delicious Weight Watchers Apple Muffins recipe is perfect for those who are passionate about sticking to their WW plan. It has healthy ingredients such as whole wheat flour, rolled oats, and sweeteners. However, it is incredibly delicious since it uses fresh apple pieces and cinnamon! These muffins are tender and moist. Enjoy them as a morning pastry or as a snack any time of the day.
Make a classic apple crisp that's healthier than the average recipe. This delicious, fruity baked cobbler is low in points! For the recipe, you need quick-cooking oats, apples, Splenda brown sugar, and apple pie spice. You also need a little bit of unsweetened apple sauce! There are many ways to serve this Weight Watchers Apple Crisp, but the best way is by using light whipped cream or low-fat ice cream.
It's definitely not fall until you make a yummy pumpkin baked good! You would never be able to guess that these moist and fluffy cookies are Weight Watchers-friendly! They have so much flavor due to the brown sugar, molasses, pumpkin puree, and vanilla. Not to mention, they have mini chocolate chips, which upgrade the presentation and pair well with the pumpkin. Serve these with a glass of milk or some tea!
This gorgeous cake is so airy that it feels like you are eating a cloud! Slenderberry posted this recipe, which is 162 calories and seven Weight Watchers smartpoints. It has common baking ingredients like flour, baking soda, and sugar. However, where all the flavor comes in is the fresh diced apple pieces, vanilla, and applesauce. This cake is wonderful to take you to a party because it will impress everyone with its lovely texture and flavor.
It's never too early for ginger spice cookies! Although people definitely enjoy these closer to Christmas time, they are perfect for fall since they have warm flavors of cinnamon, cloves, brown sugar, and ginger. These cookies are healthy because they have whole wheat pastry flour. The best part is that they are low in Weight Watchers points! Depending on your plan, it ranges between 2-3 points, and you can check that out on the recipe.
WW Smart Recipes shared this scrumptious formula for heavenly Pumpkin Donuts! Do you want to know the best part? You don't need to spend time making the dough homemade. You can use spice cake mix, pumpkin, and water to make the dough. Once you bake the donuts, you can roll them in cinnamon sugar. This is healthy since you bake the donuts instead of frying them in oil!
These adorable carrot cake muffins are perfect for brunch parties since they are individually portioned, so you don't need to spend time slicing a loaf. Not to mention, they are Weight Watchers-friendly! Depending on your plan, they range from 1 to 2 points. All you need is carrot cake mix, Greek yogurt, and water! It doesn't get any easier than that.
This bread tastes exactly like a cinnamon roll, except it's much easier to make! It has two main components, which are the bread and the icing. The bread is made with almond flour, fat-free cream cheese, cinnamon, and more. Then, it has cream cheese and vanilla icing to accompany it. After you bake the loaf of bread, you can frost it. The recipe notes that this is three Weight Watchers smart points per slice!
No matter the time of year, you can never go wrong with homemade banana bread. Some recipes for banana bread have way too much butter and sugar, which you don’t need because bananas have so much natural sweetness. Instead, use applesauce, Truvia, eggs, bananas, skim milk, and more for this recipe. It also has yummy spices like pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon. We suggest enjoying the bread warm! You can also eat it at room temperature, though.
Homemade biscuits are perfect for fall because you can pair them with hearty soups and casseroles. These biscuits are 2-4 points depending on what your plan is (check out the recipe to see!). In terms of ingredients, these flakey biscuits have flour, baking powder, salt, Greek yogurt, club soda, and butter. The club soda is a secret ingredient that makes them extra fluffy! Bake them until they're golden brown.
Pointed Kitchen shared this incredible low-point Apple Turnovers recipe, which we know you will love! There are many layers of flavor in this baked good due to the nutmeg, cinnamon, sweet apples, and yummy glaze. It is super easy since you don’t need to use dough; you can simply use tortilla wraps instead, which keeps them nice and light. We love how they can double as either a morning pastry or a dessert.
You won't regret trying our recipe for Weight Watchers Pumpkin Pie Squares. Whether you make them for a holiday or you simply want a mid-week snack, we've got you covered. This baked good will remind you of pumpkin pie. It has a crispy graham cracker crust with a light yet rich pumpkin filling. Some ingredients you’ll need are: graham crumbs, butter, vanilla, pumpkin pie spice, canned pumpkin, and Greek yogurt.
These unique miniature pecan pies have an elegant appearance due to the wonton wrappers that function as a crust replacement! The filling has organic Stevia, pecans, vanilla, and maple syrup for a sweet and nutty flavor. You won't even miss the sugar-packed pecan pie when you try these bites! The natural flavor of the maple is enough sweetness to blow you away.
This fantastic sticky bread is a breeze to make, and you’ll be happy that it makes 12 servings! Some ingredients required are high protein pancake mix, shredded apples, melted butter, cinnamon, and sugar-free maple syrup. This is a delicious bread to serve with some hot apple cider since the shredded apples will pair perfectly with it. Of course, when you serve the bread warm, it's extra yummy.
Establishments like Starbucks have pumpkin bread available, but they aren't the healthiest option. Next time you crave pumpkin bread, use this recipe instead! It is five smart points per serving. The bread has hints of pumpkin, applesauce, cinnamon, and semisweet chocolate chips. You can always experiment and add other things like pumpkin seeds or nuts if you don’t want to use chocolate chips!