Enjoying a sweet treat while staying on track with your points is simple and delicious with these easy Weight Watchers dessert ideas! This selection of squares, pies, cheesecakes, and so much more will satisfy your sweet tooth without sabotaging your weight loss journey.
These Weight Watchers dessert recipes use simple, accessible ingredients and come together FAST. Read on for 29 delicious dessert recipes low in daily points but BIG on flavor. I guarantee the whole family will love these WW friendly desserts!
A lot of my readers follow some of the old ww plans. So, I have included points for many of the classic weight watchers plans in the descriptions below. The easiest way to find the most up-to-date point totals is to enter a recipe into the ww app.
1. Weight Watchers banana bread
This healthier banana loaf is perfectly spiced and sweetened, packing big flavor with simple ingredients. Enjoy the same moist texture and delicious taste as classic banana bread with fewer calories, fat, and sugar.
Although this recipe contains a minimal amount of brown sugar, most of the sweetness comes from the ripe bananas and honey, a wonderfully decadent combination that still comes in at only 4 WW points and 230 calories for a slice!
2. Weight Watchers baked apples
These sweet and indulgent baked apples are stuffed with a crunchy oat and cinnamon filling that feels so luxurious, you won’t believe they’re only 7 points each!
Serve with a scoop of thick Greek yogurt for a low-calorie treat with your afternoon tea. Or add a scoop of WW-friendly ice cream and sugar-free caramel sauce for a dessert that is guaranteed to impress your dinner guests!
Change up the filling by adding slivered almonds and a teaspoon of vanilla or crushed hazelnuts and pistachios, or try green apples for a slightly tangy flavor profile. Delish!
3. Air fryer cinnamon roll bites
Is there anything better than the smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls? Sure there is…getting to enjoy this classic holiday treat without sending your personal points through the roof!
These fun and tasty air fryer cinnamon roll bites use only four ingredients and are ready in minutes. A real crowd pleaser, these heavenly nuggets are sure to disappear just as quickly!
Don’t have an air fryer? Don’t worry—these can be made in the oven, too.
4. Chocolate dipped peppermint donuts
When you think about your weight loss goals, donuts probably don’t come to mind. But this tasty treat is one of my favorite recipes because while they taste so decadent and NAUGHTY, they come in at only 4 Weight Watchers points!
While this recipe calls for sugar, you could easily replace it with a sugar substitute for even fewer points. This recipe makes four donuts so you won’t be tempted to eat too many (because they are THAT delicious!) But you can easily double or triple the recipe.
5. Pumpkin latte overnight oats
This healthy and delicious breakfast option tastes as rich as it sounds! So simple to whip up, this single-serve recipe is a family favorite with a point value of just 7 points per serving on WW.
The best part about this recipe is how easily you can adjust it to suit your tastes and desired quantity. You can use any milk for these oats (just be mindful that using whole milk versus almond or cashew will add an extra point).
Replacing the honey with a sugar-free sweetener syrup of choice will lower the overall points by 2. Experiment with tasty add-ons, like vanilla extract, pumpkin seeds, mini chocolate chips, chopped nuts, or dried fruit. The possibilities are endless!
6. Watermelon berry salad
Sweet, colorful, and juicy, this watermelon berry salad is summer in a bowl! Fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and watermelon are tossed in fresh lemon juice and fresh mint in this super refreshing, low calorie, no bake dessert.
So easy to whip up, this Weight Watchers recipe takes just 10 minutes and makes 8- 1 cup servings at 0 Smartpoints. Perfect for meal prep, this delicious recipe keeps well in the fridge for up to 4 days.
For some extra decadence, try serving it with a scoop of Greek yogurt or fat-free Cool Whip!
7. Chocolate peanut butter fruit dip
This creamy and delicious treat is a great dessert for family gatherings! It comes together in just 5 minutes and is a great way to enjoy your favorite fruits with a bit of extra protein.
This recipe makes 8- 1/4 cup servings at 3SP whether you’re on the green plan, blue plan, or purple plan. It’s super easy to adjust the recipe amount too.
Feeling fancy? Add some marshmallow fluff or dark chocolate to the platter for a dessert charcuterie experience!
8. Maraschino cherry muffins
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, these Maraschino Cherry Muffins are the perfect dessert! Light, fluffy, and delightfully pink, this is one of my new recipes that came out not only delicious but adorable to boot.
The maraschino cherries add a nice sweetness to them, and unsweetened applesauce helps keep them low in sugar. This recipe makes 12 muffins at 3SP each on all 3 MyWW points programs.
9. Lightened up apple cranberry crisp
A good apple crisp might just be my favorite dessert when I’m eating out. This WW-friendly version has low points but sure doesn’t skimp on taste! They are one of the best weight watchers desserts if you ask me!
This dish is simple to make and uses just a few ingredients that you likely have stocked already. The recipe serves 6 and comes in at 6SP on both the blue and green programs and 5SP on the purple program.
10. Peanut Butter Banana Chocolate Dipped Donuts
These peanut butter banana donuts dare a chocolate peanut butter lovers’ dream! Perfectly cakey donuts are topped with melted dark chocolate chips and then drizzled with peanut butter. They have me drooling just thinking about them!
This recipe is simple to make and requires a few ingredients, most of which you have in your kitchen already. Each donut is worth only 3SP on both the blue and purple plans and 4SP on the green.
11. Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Sheet Pan Bars
There are good ideas, and then there are great ideas. These chocolate chip pumpkin bars are definitely the latter! Simple to make, these bars have the perfect texture and level of sweetness. They’re great in the fall, but I make them year-round!
This is the perfect dessert for holidays and parties because this recipe makes a whopping 35 bars. They freeze well too, so you can make a full batch for yourself and keep them in the freezer for when you’re craving something sweet.
Each bar is only 1SP each on both the blue and purple programs, 2SP on the green plan, and 1-2PP depending on your 0PP foods.
12. Peanut butter crumble oatmeal bars
Eat them for breakfast or enjoy them for dessert, these peanut buttery oatmeal bars are delightful any time of the day. This quick and easy recipe makes 12 bars that store well in an airtight container—great meal prep for the week!
The crumble topping gives a nice crunch and a hit of sweetness, and I highly recommend drizzling a little melted peanut butter on top before eating. Each bar comes in at 5SP each on both blue and green and 4SP on purple.
13. Peanut butter oatmeal cookies
Another easy baking recipe, this makes 24 large soft cookies that are low on points regardless of your Weight Watchers program. Check out the full recipe for the points breakdown.
14. Double chocolate banana donuts
Another great recipe for donut lovers, these seemingly sinful double chocolate donuts have the sweetness you’re craving with none of the guilt!
Sweetened with bananas and minimal sugar, these donuts get a double dose of chocolate from unsweetened cocoa powder and Lily’s chips. These babies are just 2SP each on the blue and purple programs and 3SP on the green program.
15. Pecan pie shortbread thumbprint cookies
These pecan pie thumbprint shortbread cookies are a delicious “lightened up” version of one of my favorite holiday cookies. I swapped out a few ingredients, but shortbread is one of those recipes I don’t want to mess with too much!
I replace half the normal amount of sugar with stevia. If you’re aiming for low points, you could substitute more stevia for sugar or replace the brown sugar with a stevia version. Just use the WW recipe builder to see how the points change.
The recipe as written makes 36 cookies at 3SP each on all 3 MyWW programs.
16. Key lime cheesecake cream pie
It’s a cheesecake. It’s a cream pie. It’s SUPER DESSERT, and it is delicious! Another super simple, low point cheesecake recipe that everyone can enjoy.
This Weight Watchers cheesecake recipe takes only a few minutes to prepare, though it needs at least 4 hours to set in the fridge. Be sure to make it in advance if you’re entertaining! The recipe serves 8 at 8 smart points on all 3 MyWW programs.
17. Pumpkin spice cream cheese dip
This pumpkin spice cream cheese dip is perfect for parties, lunches, or simply to snack on. I enjoy this dip with apple slices or vegetables to keep it a low-calorie, low-point treat. It would also go really well with crackers.
The recipe seriously could not be any easier! It is ready in minutes and makes 5- 1/4 cup servings at 2 freestyle points.
18. Apple cranberry oatmeal bake
This apple cranberry oatmeal bake smells and tastes like fall, though I would eat it any time of the year! For me, this is the perfect breakfast — filling, fruity, with a touch of sweetness. It’s especially good fresh out of the oven!
This is another mix-and-bake recipe that keeps it simple. Did I mention how delicious it smells? You may just get some neighbors knocking on your door! This recipe makes 6 large servings at 5 smart points each on WW freestyle.
19. Peach apple butter
Peach apple butter is basically the love child of peach jam and applesauce. It’s thick, spreadable, sweet, and delicious! It goes great on toast or pancakes, or you could add a scoop to yogurt or even ice cream for some fruity goodness.
It’s made in the slow cooker after just a few minutes of prep. The recipe makes 3 cups and will store in the fridge for up to a few weeks. You can also freeze it!
The only points in this recipe come from a bit of brown sugar (but you could omit this and enjoy the natural sweetness of the fruit), making a 1 cup serving just 1 SP on WW freestyle.
20. Oatmeal chocolate chip squares
This tasty oatmeal bar would make a great grab-and-go breakfast, but I enjoy them any time of the day! They are big, chewy, and taste so good. The chocolate chips are a subtle indulgence – just sweet enough to appease your sweet tooth.
The recipe is simple to make with ingredients you likely have in the cupboard already. One batch makes 9 large squares at 5 smart points each on WW freestyle.
21. Cinnamon sugar jelly rolls
These rolls were a happy result of some kitchen experimentation, and they turned out amazing! They are super easy to make, and you can easily adjust the recipe to make as few or as many as you’d like.
I enjoy these with a zero point dip I make by mixing some nonfat Greek yogurt with a drop of reduced-sugar jam. Just perfect! Each roll is just 2 smart points. Have fun experimenting with different flavors of jam!
22. Blueberry peach cream cheese bake
Made with frozen fruit and biscuit mix, this blueberry peach cream cheese bake is super simple to make and tastes absolutely delicious! The hardest part of making this recipe is waiting for it to set in the fridge.
The best part? Enjoying it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert! Because I promise you won’t want to stop eating it. Experiment with different fruits to switch things up! This recipe serves 6 at 6 smart points each on WW freestyle.
23. Chocolate mocha donuts
Can you tell I have a real thing for donuts? I know you will too after you try these chocolate mocha donuts with just a touch of coffee flavor to give them real depth.
The coffee-flavored icing (made from butter, milk, and sugar) definitely gives them an indulgent feel. Sub some sugar for stevia to lower the points even more. As written, these donuts come in at 5 smart points each on WW freestyle.
24. Two ingredient dough cinnamon rolls
You can’t get any easier than two ingredients! The dough is a mix of self-rising flour and greek yogurt; brown sugar (or stevia brown sugar) and cinnamon make the filling; and icing sugar and a bit of milk make up the glaze.
These little beauties are ready in about 20 minutes, but if you’re like me, they may not last 20 minutes out of the oven! The recipe makes 12 rolls at just 2 points per roll.
25. Banana s’mores
These banana s’mores are one of my top WW desserts any time of the day. In fact, this delicious concoction is really where the “drizzle” in drizzle me skinny comes from! I hope you love these as much as I do.
These require just 4 ingredients and come together in minutes. (Trust me, they’re much easier than scorching your hands in a bonfire!) At just 2 personal points/smart points it will always be one of my favorite cures for sweet cravings.
26. Mini peanut butter cookies
It’s impossible to feel bad about eating mini cookies, right?! Unless, of course, you eat the whole batch, which you may be tempted to do with these adorable and delicious cookies!
Once again, very few ingredients in this recipe and all you have to do is mix and bake. Perhaps the best news is that these come in at just 1 personal point/smart point each!
27. Cinnamon sugar cream cheese pinwheels
This quick and easy recipe uses Pillsbury crescent rolls as a base, so it really comes together fast! Soft, doughy rolls with sweet cream cheese icing inside, these buttery babes are truly the star of any holiday spread or dessert table.
Not only are they adorable and delicious, but they are just 3 Smart Points each! The recipe makes 16 rolls.
28. 2ID apple pie
An apple pie crust with just two ingredients? Is it sorcery?! No, my friends, it’s 2ID, which is simply a mixture of self-raising flour and plain nonfat greek yogurt. It is freestyle-friendly since the yogurt is zero points.
There are so many things you can create with the dough, but tasty apple pie is a favorite of mine because it’s so quick and easy. Plus, apple pie baking is one of the best smells ever. And it comes in at just 4 smart points per serving on WW freestyle.
29. Pumpkin pie squares
Last, but definitely not least, these pumpkin pie squares are the perfect alternative to sugar-heavy store bought pies. The squares really help with portion control, and they look great too!
This recipe uses greek yogurt and less sugar than traditional recipes, bringing them in at just 3 smart points each on WW freestyle. Just remember, they need some time to set in the fridge after baking.
29 Weight Watchers Desserts
- Weight Watchers banana bread
- Weight Watchers baked apples
- Air fryer cinnamon roll bites
- Chocolate dipped peppermint donuts
- Pumpkin latte overnight oats
- Watermelon berry salad
- Chocolate peanut butter fruit dip
- Maraschino cherry muffins
- Lightened up apple cranberry crisp
- Peanut Butter Banana Chocolate Dipped Donuts
- Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Sheet Pan Bars
- Peanut butter crumble oatmeal bars
- Peanut butter oatmeal cookies
- Double chocolate banana donuts
- Pecan pie shortbread thumbprint cookies
- Key lime cheesecake cream pie
- Pumpkin spice cream cheese dip
- Apple cranberry oatmeal bake
- Peach apple butter
- Oatmeal chocolate chip squares
- Cinnamon sugar jelly rolls
- Blueberry peach cream cheese bake
- Chocolate mocha donuts
- Two ingredient dough cinnamon rolls
- Banana s’mores
- Mini peanut butter cookies
- Cinnamon sugar cream cheese pinwheels
- 2ID apple pie
- Pumpkin pie squares
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