Let's face it: just because you follow WW doesn't mean you don't want to indulge in a delicious dessert occasionally. Of course, you can make simple treats like mixing Greek yogurt and chocolate together or making a fruity parfait, but sometimes they just don't satisfy the sweet craving enough. Other times, you might want to make something more elegant or family-friendly, something that you can bring to gatherings and share with loved ones.
No matter what the reason is, you absolutely need to know about these incredible dessert recipes for the upcoming year! We can guarantee that when you make a recipe from this list, you'll not only be happy that you chose a low-point option but also feel delighted that you were able to make something so divine. Take a look at these recipes and save them for later. Come 2024, you won't need to spend any time researching the best low-point WW desserts!
These brownie cheesecake bites are incredibly indulgent and only three WW points! Despite being so easy to make, they have a gorgeous presentation perfect for celebrations. They will certainly please any crowd! With a graham cracker crust, creamy filling, chocolate chips, and nuts, this is a tasty dessert you don't want to miss out on. The best part is that you can make them in just 30 minutes!
Are you ever in the mood for cookie dough? Of course, we don't recommend eating raw cookie dough unless it is something like this recipe from Weight Watchers, which doesn't contain raw eggs. You can snack on these delicious cookie dough bites without a worry in the world! They have hints of peanut butter chips, vanilla extract, brown sugar, cream cheese, and cocoa powder. Interestingly, they also contain canned chickpeas, but you can't taste them!
When craving a home-cooked sweet treat, look no further than this recipe by the Staten Island Family. This delicious recipe will satisfy any sweet tooth, and it is only one point per serving. You only need old-fashioned oats, bananas, powdered peanut butter, and semi-sweet chocolate chips. You also need some water, which helps bind the dough and prevent the cookies from crumbling.
This delicious strawberry cheesecake recipe is WW-friendly, coming in at only one point! This will soon be your new favorite indulgence. It has gorgeous layers, perfect for assembling in a mason jar. All you need is plain, nonfat Greek yogurt, fat-free, sugar-free cheesecake pudding mix, fresh strawberries, and vanilla. Make sure to dice the strawberries into bite-sized pieces for easier eating!
You might want to save this recipe because it can come in handy next time you want to make cupcakes. Weight Watchers posted this recipe for Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes that you can make in a half-hour. Following this recipe, you'll end up with two dozen cupcakes full of vibrant citrusy flavor. Some of the best ingredients include vanilla, lemon zest, Greek yogurt, apple sauce, and fresh raspberries. It also has reduced-fat cream cheese frosting!
Next time you need to whip up a dessert quickly, this recipe will be your best friend. You can utilize a ready-made graham cracker crust, which makes it incredibly easy. Also, simple ingredients such as Jell-o mix, Yoplait Light Key Lime Pie yogurt, and fat-free whipped topping combine to create a fluffy, creamy filling. This Key Lime Pie has an incredible flavor that tastes mesmerizing when paired with the buttery graham crackers.
Try our one-point panna cotta recipe, which is an Italian dessert staple. To make it healthier, we replaced the regular granulated sugar with stevia and used skim milk rather than whole milk. Before you make this recipe, gather ingredients such as vanilla extract, stevia, water, gelatin, skim milk, and fat-free Greek yogurt. Don't forget that you need to allow time for the panna cotta to set before you enjoy it.
This sophisticated dessert has a unique presentation since you can bake pear halves and drizzle them with fruity syrup. Specifically, Weight Watchers suggests that you use Raspberry variety flavored syrup! Also, sprinkle on some mini chocolate chips to give it more pizzazz. This is a simple dish that is easy to make in large quantities. Not to mention, it only costs two points per serving on the current Weight Watchers system.
Just because you are on WW, it doesn't mean that you have to stop enjoying lemon bars entirely! There are plenty of ways to lighten them up. This recipe by Housewives of Frederick County posted a low-point version with a unique pine nut crust. The filling contains whole eggs, egg whites, lemon juice, and lemon rind. Get ready to enjoy this zesty yet decadent dessert!
When you want a classic dessert that you know everyone will love, you can make this Weight Watchers recipe, which is 3 points. The best part is that this recipe makes 32 servings, so it is perfect to make when you host a party. The secret ingredient is canned black beans, but don't worry, you won't taste them, and they add protein! Luckily, this recipe has three types of chocolate, making it incredibly rich.
Believe it or not, this cheesecake recipe is entirely zero points. It is a simple composition of vanilla extract, eggs, instant sugar-free cheesecake pudding mix, nonfat plain Greek yogurt, and Splenda. Don't worry; this crustless cheesecake still comes out of the pan if you use a spring-form pan and line it with greased parchment.
This delicious icebox cake might transport you to your childhood! It has nostalgic flavors and tastes terrific. You only need raspberries, bananas, low-fat whipped topping, and chocolate graham crackers as the base. However, there are also layers of WW Giant Chocolate Fudge Ice Cream Bars, making the dessert unique and delicious!
Our Weight Watchers Pumpkin Pie Squares recipe might remind you of autumn, but you can enjoy them anytime. They are only three points and 93 calories, so it doesn't get any better than that. It has a fluffy texture and a subtle pumpkin taste, reminiscent of pumpkin pie, amidst a blend of delicious baking spices. You won't even be able to notice that they have much less sugar than the average pumpkin pie!