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    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

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

    Recipe #476209

    6 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    Another old recipe out of a WW magazine.The magazine shows: 323 cal, 7 g fat, 1 g fib.

    Recipe #414476

    A weight watchers recipe - 3 nests equals 7 points - may be lower using ground turkey (which I use!). These are a real kid pleaser and make nice leftovers for lunch the next day.

    Recipe #209579

    This is a diet recipe. I know it's not as low in calories like a salad - but its is High on Flavour and low calorie than other versions of this classic recipe.

    Recipe #66412

    1 Reviews |  By jrusk

    This is awesome! There are so many beautiful ways to serve this delicious treat. Adapted from diabetic living. Cooking time is chilling time. 85 calories and 5 grams of fat per serving. Servings: 6 (1/2-cup) servings Carb grams per serving: 4

    Recipe #359486

    22 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Very tasty, easy and great with rice! And healthy too!!

    Recipe #209436

    Great WW recipe from a meeting. 8Points plus per serving.

    Recipe #162379

    This chicken tastes so great that it is great to have for dinner even when you're not on a diet.

    Recipe #185342

    1 Reviews |  By AriMad

    Weight Watchers Seafood and Fish Recipes

    Recipe #462104

    From WW All Time Favorites. Per Serving (2 crab cakes and 2 tbsp sauce): 156 cal, 4g fat, 4g carb, 1g fiber, 25g protein

    Recipe #458742

    I saw this recipe on TV and thought i'd post it on here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #457411

    From the UK Cook Eat Enjoy recipe book. This is a really nice, light dessert that I fall back on all the time. The recipe book calls it a mousse / panna cotta, but it's not really either... perhaps like a hard panna cotta in texture if anything, but either way it works well and is really nice. The recipe book serves it with roasted plums, but I prefer it with tinned raspberries. You can pretty much put whatever fruit you like with it (tinned or fresh) but, as per the first review, it does need something with it. It's a lovely summery dessert and doesn't taste particularly low fat at all. This is core or 1.5 points (WITH one roasted plum per serving) if you're doing full choice. Sorry - I'm not sure what the points damage is without the plums. Please feel free to Z-mail me if you would like the roasted plum part of the recipe to try with it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #230594

    In the UK, Marks & Spencer do THE nicest dessert at this time of year - a raspberry panna cotta. Now for those doing Weight Watchers you'll know that panna cotta is practically a deadly sin, so I made up my own low fat version to try and stop me buying the M&S stuff. It's ever so healthy and really tasty - you wouldn't believe it's low fat at all in my opinion. It's almost core but I think you have to count gelatin(?) in which case it's not quite. Depending on whats in your cupboard you can either make this with a flavoured topping or just add vanilla and keep it simple (and more like a panna cotta). This week I've used raspberry jelly though and I think this is my fave version so I'm posting it this way, but if you want to make the plain vanilla version you may need to add some splenda if you like your desserts sweet. Please note that you have to make this recipe in two parts so allow time for setting, etc. Enjoy!

    Recipe #237110

    This is a great tasting recipe. It is out of my Weight Watchers cookbook called "Best of Weight Watchers Magazine". It has 3 points per serving.

    Recipe #238248

    This is a real treat if you are counting points and want something a little more fun than regular jello. You can use any flavour of jello you wish. Cherry is recommended but I actually made it with strawberry. Hubby loved it to!

    Recipe #406964

    Great for a low carb treat if you substitute splenda for the sugar!

    Recipe #416933

    3 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    Out of an old Weight Watchers magazine. Magazine shows Cal - 288, Fiber - 1.8, Fat - 8.4 = 6 points.

    Recipe #416242

    7 Reviews |  By ellie_

    We enjoyed this -- comfort food -- and only 7 WW points. We served it with a pkg of frozen veggies. Recipe source: WW magazine (January 2010)

    Recipe #412012

    From American Heart Association Healthy Recipes booklet. A cake that smells like a pineapple upside down cake but without all the fat and calories. The sauce really adds a lot to the cake but is optional if you just want a low-key dessert.

    Recipe #293320

    A wonderful light tasting dip which is also light in calories. Only 1 WW point for each serving. Serving size about 2 Tablespoons.

    Recipe #66594

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