When you make these Weight Watchers-friendly ice cream recipes, you can indulge in ice cream's creamy, comforting essence without using too many points! It can be a bummer when you crave something sweet and realize how many points regular ice cream can be. However, there are versions of ice cream that you can make that are healthier and lighter but still taste amazing! Many of these recipes have bananas, Greek yogurt, or almond milk instead of full-fat ice creams with milk or heavy cream.
Not to mention, these recipes are super simple to make! You don't need to be a professional to succeed at them. Whether you love fruity flavors like Easy WW No-Churn Strawberry Ice Cream or want something more indulgent like Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream, you won't be short on options. Read on to discover new Weight Watchers dessert recipes you didn't know existed! Before you know it, you will be making these for upcoming parties. Don’t worry, though. You don’t need an event to try them. You can also enjoy them when you simply have a sweet tooth!
Our recipe for homemade vegan ice cream is WW-friendly and has bright, fruity flavors. It has a tropical feel with frozen strawberries, bananas, and coconut milk. For sweetness, we use fresh dates, which are often referred to as nature's candy because of how scrumptious they are. The ice cream also has fresh vanilla beans to complement the other components. All you need is a blender to succeed!
Enjoy the flavors of cherry cheesecake in the form of ice cream when you make this Weight Watchers recipe. The ice cream base has fat-free cottage cheese, monk fruit sweetener, unsweetened dark cherries, and graham cracker crumbs. It also has vanilla and almond extract for extra flavor! Moreover, it is low in points, so it is guilt-free.
You won't believe how simple this rich ice cream recipe is by Weight Watchers! You only need plain fat-free Greek yogurt, chocolate peanut butter powder, and monk fruit sweetener. You don't need an ice cream machine to make this. All you need is a blender. Enjoy this as a treat after a long day, or make it for a birthday party. It is versatile!
Many of these ice cream recipes have bananas since they transform into a similar texture to ice cream. However, this one stands out because it also has pure Maple syrup and sea salt. It has an astounding harmony of sweet and salty flavors! The sweet and healthy addition of Maple really brings out the best qualities in the bananas. Not to mention, you might already have these ingredients in your kitchen, so no need to go to the store!
This incredible Roasted Strawberry and Pistachio nice cream recipe has incredible flavor and a unique appearance! The base of the ice cream has strawberries, bananas, and honey. For a deeper flavor, toast pistachios and chop them, then sprinkle them atop the ice cream when you serve it. You can also mix pistachios into the ice cream as well. The good news? You can enjoy this immediately as a soft serve.
Because of its refreshing flavor, this ice cream will remind you of summer no matter what time you enjoy it. It has a base of almond milk, vanilla, agave syrup, and raspberries. Use flaked almonds as a garnish, which gives a nice crunch that counterbalances the fluffy ice cream. The only downside is that you need a standard ice cream machine to make this recipe! A KitchenAid with an ice cream attachment will work, though.
Here is another recipe that takes advantage of healthy almond milk. This recipe, aside from the nut milk, only requires vanilla, agave, raw cacao powder, and strawberries. Ultimately, the ice cream has an incredibly indulgent chocolate flavor, so you don't need much of it to feel satisfied. The strawberries act as a garnish rather than being mixed into the ice cream. Sprinkle them on top just before eating.
This one is for all of the coffee lovers out there! My Crazy Good Life posted this Weight Watchers-friendly recipe, which you absolutely have to try. All you need is bananas, espresso, honey, and vanilla. Who knew it could be that easy? According to the recipe, it only costs two points for blue, green, and purple plans. If you have extra points that you can use up, you can serve this with Cool Whip, chocolate syrup, or another garnish!
Here's another healthy ice cream with a strawberry flavor! However, this one is different because it has strawberries, sugar substitutes, vanilla, and fat-free cream cheese. It also has nonfat Greek yogurt and bananas! The recipe states that it is only one point per serving, so why not try it? We suggest serving it with some fresh fruit as a delicious topping!
Sometimes, all you want is a classic ice cream flavor like chocolate. This is when you can turn to this fantastic recipe! It has bananas, almond milk, vanilla, and cocoa powder. The cocoa powder gives it a pronounced chocolatey taste. Meanwhile, the flavors of the almond and vanilla are not as prominent. All you need is a food processor to make this yummy ice cream! The best part? It is only one point per serving.
Who knew that you could eat ice cream in the form of cookies? This creative recipe by Kimspired DIY will soon become your family's new favorite! To make it, all you need is fat-free whipped topping, sugar-free vanilla instant pudding, and Lily’s chocolate chips. According to the recipe, this sweet treat is only two Weight Watchers smart points per cookie! We love how you can portion out the ice cream beforehand using a muffin tin.
This unique chocolate ice cream by Weight Watchers might remind you of Mexican hot chocolate! It has a sweet flavor due to the vanilla almond milk, cocoa powder, and a small amount of sugar. However, it also has ground cinnamon and cayenne pepper to give it a nice kick. Enjoy this sweet treat's sweet and spicy flavor while being confident that you are not using up a ridiculous amount of points.
Don't think that just because you are eating healthy, you can't make nutritious ice cream that is also fancy! This recipe has lightly sugared pineapple slices with coconut flakes that will make you feel like you are sipping on a pina colada. The recipe also has light coconut milk and lime zest! Although this is a perfect recipe for summer, you can bring these bright flavors to life anytime.
Recreate a Snickers bar's dreamy flavors and textures with this wonderful recipe! This delicious WW-friendly ice cream recipe contains bananas, cocoa powder, peanut butter, and almond milk. However, with additional toppings such as crushed peanuts, banana slices, and chocolate chips, it has a similar essence to a Snickers candy. This healthy ice cream is ideal for enjoying as an evening snack for yourself since it makes one serving.
Skip the ice cream machine and turn to a blender or food processor to make this whimsical pineapple soft-serve ice cream! You'll need to round up ingredients such as pineapple chunks, Cool Whip, honey, and pineapple juice for this recipe. You can use sugar in place of the honey, but we suggest sticking to the honey since it is a healthy natural sweetener!
Banana ice cream is so naturally sweet, velvety, and refreshing. This Weight Watchers-friendly recipe is no exception. All you need is bananas, Greek yogurt, and fat-free cream cheese. Additionally, the use of vanilla extract and a sugar substitute helps it to have a deeper, sweeter flavor. You can serve this however you wish! We suggest topping it with crushed nuts, fresh fruit, or coconut flakes.
Who knew that you could have zero-point ice cream? This recipe utilizes frozen bananas, milk, and additional frozen fruit. You can use any type of fruit that you wish to pair with the bananas! Use a food processor and enjoy it immediately. It is so silky, like soft serve. We suggest trying raspberries, blueberries, or cherries! There are truly endless opportunities.
For this recipe, you can make a homemade ice cream with low-fat yogurt and low-fat whipped topping. Then, make heavenly and Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches with Graham crackers as the Ice Cream Sandwich base. This is an effortless treat, and you wouldn't even be able to tell it is low point! The recipe states that it is 2 points per serving.
19. Peach Ice Cream
This impressive ice cream recipe has only four smart points for green, blue, and purple plans. It has ripe peaches, fat-free half-and-half, sugar, whole milk, and vanilla extract! Using fat-free half-and-half instantly helps it lower points than traditional half-and-half. This fruity and healthy ice cream is suitable for small gatherings since it makes eight servings! We suggest topping it with additional fresh peaches for garnish.