23 Easy and Tasty Low Point Weight Watchers Desserts Recipes

Ever since Weight Watchers switched to the smartpoints system back in 2015, dessert fanatics and those with a sweet tooth have been searching high and low for tasty low point weight watchers desserts to satisfy their sugary cravings.

As weight watchers was designed with the idea of no food being off-limits, luckily desserts are still on the menu.

However, to maximise your daily smart points you’ll need to get a little creative when selecting your treats.

Fortunately, there are many point-savvy food bloggers out there who have not only mastered the weight watchers points system but know how to whip up an easy low point (or even zero point!) dessert in a matter of minutes.

From adding more zero points fruits and veggies to selecting healthier sweeteners to simply swapping out highly processed foods, there’s an abundance of easy weight watchers’ desserts available to you.

For ease, we’ve rounded up some of the best low point Weight Watchers desserts on the internet.



You can always rely on Weight Watchers own branded magazine and website to provide you with easy and tasty low point treats that are big on flavour.

Take their banana chocolate chip mini muffins for example, just two Smartpoints a serving. Bonus: you don’t have to be a member to take advantage of their well-stocked library of delicious recipes.

Got a serious craving for cookies but can’t find a Weight Watcher’s alternative? Go ahead and whip up a batch of these mini fudgy chocolate cookies, totalling just 1 Smartpoint per cookie. Swap out chocolate chips for cinnamon chips, butterscotch pieces or white chocolate chips for a range of cookie treats.

Prefer a plainer cookie? Try Weight Watcher’s own caramel cookies, which you can add to your diet for just 1 Smartpoint each.

Try these chocolate and vanilla meringue cookies for a bite-sized treat, for 1 Smartpoint per serving. Or try the chocolate chip meringue cookies for a melt in your mouth irresistible treat, totalling 3 Smartpoints per piece.

Whip up a tray of baked chocolate, almond and cranberry wontons for a fantastic 2 point sweet-tart duo. To reduce calories these sweet treats are baked, not fried, which also cuts down on meal prep time too. Double win.

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Almost too cute to eat, these tasty berry lemon tartlets come in at 3 Smartpoints and are ready with just a 15 minute prep time.

A Texas classic, add a little heat to your cookie with this chocolate chile cookie recipe, a delicious savoury twist. Each cookie will cost 3 Smartpoints.

Looking for something to dunk in your coffee or better yet a scoop of Halo’s ice cream (a Weight Watchers friendly frozen dessert)? Try these chocolate cookie sticks, each serving coming in at just 2 Smartpoints. This recipe is ready to eat in just 19 minutes.

Would you believe these chocolate espresso mousse shots are only 3 Smartpoints each?! Indulge in these espresso spiked chocolate layered puddings without feeling guilty.

Fancy something without chocolate taking centre stage? Try either this strawberry ripple mousse cake, (2 points a slice) or these insanely delicious 4 point mini strawberry cheesecakes.

These adorable raspberry chocolate petit fours cakes are perfect for a brunch or party. Nibble on these bites for just 3 Smartpoints a serving. Their cook time is just 10 minutes.

Love your peanut butter? Then you’ll love these frozen chocolate peanut butter banana cookie bites. These peanut butter infused chocolate puddings are just 3 Smartpoints a serving, and are a real crowd pleaser.


Peanut butter fans will also love the chocolate peanut-butter pizzelle tart, a real to-die-for sweet treat that’s ready in 5 minutes.

Each tart will cost you 4 Smartpoints, but it’s worth it for the taste. If you’re searching for easy Weight Watchers dessert recipes, then it doesn’t get any easier than this one; ready in just 5 minutes, total cook time.

Adding some zero point strawberries into this cookies and cream sandwich is a great way to reduce calorie load without sacrificing on taste. Each sandwich costs only 3 Smartpoints.

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Make your evening a little sweeter with this unusual, but tasty grilled bananas with cinnamon and chocolate recipe. Each serving coming in at just 2 Smartpoints thanks to the zero point fruit addition.

For a restaurant style dessert at home, dive into these dark chocolate and sea salt tartlets, 2 Smartpoints a serving. Dark chocolate has more health benefits in comparison to milk chocolate, so is generally better to swap out for where possible.

These chocolate dipped macaroons are to die for! Perfect for any holiday or festive season, these sweet desserts are just 3 Smartpoints each, and can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days.

In addition to Weight Watcher’s own website, we’ve scoured the internet to find you some ‘less-chocolatey’ varieties to keep your sweet tooth satisfied.


Sarah at Skinnypoints’s pumpkin pie cupcakes rings in at a comfortable 3 Smartpoints. You’ll also find other Weight Watchers friendly desserts recipes on her blog too.

Kate at Drizzlemeskinny really knows a thing or two about low point recipes. Being a lifetime member, Kate has found the absolute sweet spot with her blueberry lemon crumble muffins. These muffins are full sized, yet only come in at 3 points.

Head to Simple Nourished Living for amazing peanut butter cookies, only one Smartpoint per cookie. Doesn’t matter if you’re not a baker, these cookies only require 4 simple ingredients – peanut butter, brown sugar, eggs and baking soda.

Craving a blondie? Good news. Hungry Girl has a 4 point peanut butter blondie recipe that gets a huge fiber boost thanks to their canned pumpkin and chickpea content.

You’ll also want to check out her upside-down apple pie recipe, with each slice coming in at just one smartpoint.

At only 3 smartpoints per serving, try Skinny Taste’s awesome pumpkin cheesecake shooters, made with low fat cream cheese, canned pumpkin and a selection of spices.

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