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These don't taste like it, but they're actually not a sin to eat! 1 points plus per cup for all you WW junkies!

Recipe #245649

I got this recipe from a WW group a few years ago. I have made it so much that it is often requested (even by men). I like to match the color of the drink with the color of the cake (ie: Sprite with yellow, coke with chocolate, etc.) I really like the diet cherry coke with a devils food cake. Be creative! I think that it is 4 pts. per slice, and the slices are big.

Recipe #108913

From WW Magazine. You may use any kind of berries. The shells may be baked ahead or freezed ahead.

Recipe #121794

I got this recipe from someone at my Weight Watchers meeting. I don't know where the original recipe came from. It's very low points and I can eat it every day without getting tired of it.

Recipe #210757

My mom made this dessert for Thanksgiving the first year I was a Weight Watcher and it went better then the pecan or pumpking pies. 3 points per serving. Sorry, this recipe isn't core.

Recipe #158671

Found it on whatcookngamerica.net and wanted to save it for future use.

Recipe #466271

From Real Simple June 2004 - 6 Weight Watchers points (as one of 4 servings, not 10, as the recipe makes.)

Recipe #164873

7 Reviews |  By teresas

This is out of one of my Weight Watchers cookbooks called "Take-Out Tonight!" Both DH and I really liked this dish. You can use 1/2 shrimp and 1/2 sea scallops if you prefer. You can also replace the asparagus with broccoli florets or fresh snow peas.

Recipe #238163

2 Reviews |  By Linky1

A refreshing dessert using light ingredients. It isn't as "creamy" as ice cream using heavy cream, but the flavor is good and it is only 3 WW points as written and only 2 WW points if using 1 cup half and half and 1 cup low-fat milk.

Recipe #430133

5 Reviews |  By teresas

Serve with sweet potato wedges, steamed veggies and corn muffins to complement this pineapple-flavored sauce. Out of a Weight Watchers Cookbook called Simple Goodness. Enjoy.

Recipe #272887

2 Reviews |  By ellie_

Recipe source: WW magazine. These are 4 points plus/each

Recipe #476209

Putting here for safe keeping. I have not tried it yet. I don't remember where I found it, but the recipe says 4 points per serving, makes 8 servings.

Recipe #459406

This recipe came from a card that was handed out with my weekly Weight Watchers materials. It's comfort food for 6 points per serving. Note: substitute turkey for chicken if desired.

Recipe #158634

21 Reviews |  By Redsie

Weight Watchers recipe - 1 cup = 4 points

Recipe #272650

An incredibly delicious 3 ingredient pie! Use any flavor Jello (we like peach or strawberry kiwi). It's so easy and it really yummy! No guilt! Just a creamy, lightly sweet dessert everyone will love! Top with a little fresh fruit if you like!

Recipe #26610

13 Reviews |  By *kels*

I got this recipe from one of my meetings. The recipe sounds crazy but it is very moist and sooo easy! You can try this with any cake mix and any kind of diet soda. ENJOY!!

Recipe #258352

Recipe is from Weight Watchers New Cookbook. 3 points per serving can speed up time if baked in a microwave too.

Recipe #231268

Hey guys! Well, after lots of searching I finally found a recipe for a LARGE, yummy, fluffy, high fiber, filling 1 pt pancake! Here is the recipe: Whole Wheat Apple-Cinna Pancakes This recipe was found at: http://www.healthdiscovery.net/forums/showthread.php?t=122138 It's a great recipe which really does produce fluffy delicious 1pt pancakes

Recipe #283944

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