Weight Watcher Dessert Recipes:

The Guilt Free Low Fat Desserts!

Weight Watcher Dessert Recipes

Weight watcher dessert recipes are very popular. Not only there are many of us in active search for nice and light desserts, but we tend to share them more often than any other recipe.

It's the weight watcher dessert recipes that make this weight loss program enjoyable... without the guilt.

Any weight loss program should be enjoyable. Otherwise, unless you are extremely disciplined, you'll keep craving the no-no food.

Besides, you don't have to sacrifice your taste buds. Pleasure them with these guilt free weight watcher dessert recipes.

I have not included the amount of fat or kilo joules in these Weight Watcher dessert recipes, as it is maily meant for Weigth Watchers followers... but you can try them if you want... ;-)

Following the points system is easy. Basically you can consume up to 24 points a day, but the amount should be between 18 to 22 if you want to lose weight.

Apple Sauce Jelly Squares

"I can't believe it's not fattening" Banana Delight

Cinnamon Bananas

Going Bananas Ice Cream Cocktail

Baked Ricotta with Mandarin Sauce

Passion Fruit Ricotta Cakes

The Jelly Hunger Buster

This is a weight watcher dessert recipe that I made up with when I first started my weight loss program. It's easy to make, and very low in points. It is not an instant recipe to prepare, but it's quicker than baking something, huh?


1 pack of diet jelly (choose your favourite flavour)

1 200 g tube diet peach flavoured yoghourt

4 artificial sweetener pills

2 cups of boiling water

2 cups of cold (chilled) water.

Servings: 2

WW: 0.5 Points

This is what you do:

First, stir the contents of the jelly pack into the boiling water till it disoves.

Next, add the sweetener pills and dissolve.

Add the cold water and mix.

Place in cups or dessert bowls.

Put them in the fridge till the jelly settles.

Once the jelly has settled, put 1/3 of cup of diet yogurt on top, and enjoy. 

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Apple Sauce Jelly Squares

Just because this weight watcher dessert recipe is worth only 1 point per serving does not mean that it is not a delicious treat... and best of all, you can indulge and have seconds or even thirds!

Of course, eating all 16 servings won't make you lose weight! So, make sure you share it with your family and friends.


4 Packs of diet apple or strawberry jelly (or whatever flavour you fancy)

4 Cups of boiling water

1 1/2 Cups of cold water

1 Jar of unsweetened applesauce

16 Serves

WW: 1 Point

This is what you do:

Dissolve the gelatin in the boiling water.

Stir in the cold water and applesauce.

Coat a oven pyrex tray with non-stick cooking spray, and pour the jelly mix into the tray.

Put it in the fridge for about 8 hours.

Cut into 16 equal squares, no cheating!

Enjoy a guilt free delicasy as your treat.

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"I can't believe it's not fattening" Banana Delight

This weight watcher dessert recipe is so good that, if I didn't know it's only 3 points per serving, I could swear it's fattening... but it insn't! Yippie!


1/2 Banana (don't eat the other half, or it'll be an extra half a point! Hmmm...)

1 Tablespoon of your favourite light butter

1 Teaspoon of Sugar

Vanilla, caramel or rum extract (optional)

4 Serves

WW: 3 Points

This is what you do:

Melt the butter and sugar in a fry pan until blended (but not burnt).

Cut the banana in half long way and saute each side until just light brown. (it smells delicious already!)

Put the sauted bananas on a plate.

In another plate mix the sauce and add 3 drops of vanilla (or caramel, or rum extract) to the sauce.

Pour the sauce over the banana.

Nice and sweet!

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Cinnamon Bananas

What!? Another banana weight watcher dessert recipe!? I must admit, I often go bananas! I just love the fruit, and you'll see that I even have a curry recipe with banana? But that's not dessert, and it's in another section... yum!

Anyway, this low fat dessert recipe is easy and quick to prepare (unless you don't even have 5 minutes to feed yourself in the morning! I know, it happens even in the best families, huh?).


2 Bananas (the bigger the better)

2 tablespoons of brown sugar

1/4 teaspoon of ground cinnamon

2 teaspoons low fat butter

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 cups of weight watchers' ice cream (the one you buy in powder saches and make yourself, 1 point per cup)

4 Serves

WW: 6.5 Point

This is what you do:

Slice the 2 bananas and place them in microwave-safe container.

Sprinkle the sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla extract over the bananas.

add the butter on top of the bananas.

Cover the container and microwave it till the sugar melts (1 or 2 minutes in high will do), and stir once.

Put 1/2 a cup of ice cream into each of 4 bowls.

Spoon the banana mixture evenly over the ice cream and serve "pronto"!

Tip: You may try substituting the ice cream for diet ice cream, but make sure you calculate its points. May be it will increase by 1 or 2 points, but what the heck! 

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Going Bananas Icecream

Did I mention I love bananas? Well, this is yet another banana weight watcher dessert recipe that I enjoy preparing, especially in summer time.

But it does not consist only of bananas (thank goodness, you may be thinking). It also has lychees and mango, topped up with low fat ice cream.... guilt free, of course!


1/2 cup of suggar free orange juice (but you may add your favourite artificial sweetener)

2 tablespoons of diet marmalade

3 bananas

12 lychees

1 small mango

1 tablespoon of corn flour

1/4 cup of water

4 scoops of low fat ice cream

4 Serves

WW: 3 Points

This is what you do:

Peel the bananas and slice them.

Peel the lychees and remove the seeds.

Peel the mango and chop its flesh off.

Cook the marmalade and juice gently in a medium pan for about 1 minute.

Add the bananas, lychees and mango and continue cooking for another minute or so.

Combine the water and flour and cook and pour it into the pan till the sauce thickens.

Let it cool down for a couple of minutes, away from the heat.

Divide it into 4 containers and top each container with 1 scoop of ice cream.

That's it! Enjoy! mmmm.

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Baked Ricotta with Mandarin Sauce

You'll be happy to see that this weight watcher dessert recipe does not contain bananas at all! Yet, it is one of my favourite low fat dessert recipes.


3 tablespoons of brown sugar

300 g low fat ricotta cheese

2 tablespoons of caster sugar

2 eggs

1 tablespoon of finely grated lemon rind

30 g sultanas/raisins

1 tablespoon of lemon juice

6 Serves

WW: 3 Points

This is what you do:

You'll need to preheat your oven to 180 Centigrades (356 F).

Coat a baking tray with cooking spray.

Separate the egg yolks and egg whites.

Mix the ricotta, 1 tablespoon of sugar, and the egg yolks till smooth. Add the sultanas.

Beat the egg whites till foamy, and pour into the ricotta mixture.

Pour the mix into the baking tray for about 40 minutes.

To prepare the mandarin sauce, you do this:

Mix the mandarin, 2 tablespoons of suggar and lemon juice.

Cook the mix in a small pan for about 3 minutes while stirring.

Once the ricotta bake is ready, let it cool down for a little while and cut into 6 wedges of equal size. Serve with the mandaring sauce and enjoy.

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Passion Fruit Ricotta Cakes

This is another ricotta based weight watcher dessert recipe that I'm sure you'll enjoy (unless, of course, you don't like passionfruit!).


500 g low fat ricotta cheese

3 tablespoons of castor sugar

1 tablespoon of plain flour

1 teaspoon of grated orange zest

2 tablespoons of orange juice

1 egg

1/2 cup of cream

2 passionfruit

Serves: 8

WW: 2.5 Points

This is what you do:

You've got to preheat your oven to 160 Centigrades (320 F).

Combine the ricotta chees, castor sugar, flour, orange zest, juice and egg in a mixing bowl till smooth.

Coat an 8-muffin tray with cooking spray, and pour the mixture evenly into the 8 muffin holes.

Bake the muffins for about 15 minutes (or till firm). Let them cool down, and remove them from the tray.

To do the passionfruit cream you just whisk the cream and combine it with the passionfruit.

Pour the cream on each muffin/cake, and enjoy!

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Lemon Syrup Cake

This is at the top of my favorite weight watcher dessert recipes. I've taken it to gatherings and people keep coming for more (and ask for the recipe when I tell them it is a low fat cake!).

This Cake goes well with a nice cup of coffee (0.5 point if taken with skim milk).


3 eggs

3/4 cup of castor sugar

1 lemon

1 cup of self raising flour

1/4 cup of skim milk

Serves: 8

WW: 2.5 Point

This is what you do:

For starters, pre-heat your oven to 180 centigrades (356 F).

Coat a baking tray with cooking spray.

Line the base with a circle of non-stick baking paper.

Grate the lemon zest and squize the juice.

Separate the egg yolks from the whites.

Whisk the egg whites till stiff peaks forms and add the sugar gradually as you keep beating the egg whites.

Add the yolks and lemon zest till combined.

Fold through the flour and skim milk.

Pour the mixture into the baking tray.

Bake for about 40 minutes (or till baked).

Let it cool for 5 minutes in the tray.

Turn it out onto a rack to cool.

For the syrup you need:

1/3 cup of sugar

1/3 cup of water

Another lemon.

Place the sugar, water and lemon zest in a small pan, and heat gently as you stir dissolving the sugar.

Bring to the boil and reduce the heat to simmer the syrup for about 3 minutes.

Add the juice of the two lemons.

Pour the syrup evenly over the cake.

Now, you can have it warm, at room temperature, or cold (by putting it in the fridge after it cools down). It's delicious any way you have it... but you know the saying:

"you can't have the cake and eat it too."

The only possible downside of this low fat dessert recipe is that it has lots of sugar, but that should not worry you if you take just one slice, as it is 2.5 points per slice.

Enjoy with caution.

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