13 Reviews

This dessert was delicious! Really satisfied my sweet tooth--and I have a big one! Anyway, I'd just like to share that when the recipe states (the larger size) it is confusing. The one ounce size is not the larger size of box--it is the regular size. The four serving size. Don't try and use two smaller ones (which was what I was going to do until I just decided to try one box and see how it went) Maybe that is where some people keep coming up with the "extra point" thing. I used the 1 ounce box of FF, SF vanilla pudding which is the smaller/regular size of box. Just thought I would clarify that. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe! We all LOVE IT!

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Shelvin May 08, 2010

Once I entered the ingredients into the e-tools create-a-recipe this recipe came to 4 pts but you have to use a store bought angel food cake. If you use one that you make at home it ups the points to 5pts. This sounds heavenly! I will leave follow-up feedback once I get the votes of my family.

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Texaspollock November 04, 2009

This is SO good--and easy, too! It's a perfect combination of creamy and crunchy, and it's absolutely delicious. I made it for a "welcome back" party at work, and my coworkers loved it too. I'll definitely be making this again!

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Outtatime May 21, 2008

This was extremely quick and easy to make and tastes great. With that said, I only gave this recipe 2 stars because to me it seems very high in calories for something with the words "weight watchers" in the title. I'm not following weight watchers, but I count my calories and have been looking for some low calorie desserts to satisfy my after dinner sugar cravings. I was shocked when I totaled up the calories for the whole thing. It seemed like a lot for a 9 x 13 inch dish. I came back to the recipe to check the nutritional information (I thought I must have made an error in my calculation) and sure enough, it says 185 calories. 185 calories for a dessert would be great, except that this recipe considers one serving to be 1 15th of the pan! This means (if my math is correct) that each 185 calorie piece is 3 x 2.5 inches! That's a lot of calories for such a tiny serving! <br/><br/>I'll probably make this recipe again because of how quick and easy it was, but next time I would do 2 butterfinger bars instead of 4, and will check to see if any calories can be saved by preparing my own angel food cake instead of purchasing a ready made one.

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Elizabeth A. January 30, 2014

I have to agree with everyone of this dessert. Next time, I will use a larger box of pudding, however it was really, really good. I used the sugarfree angel cake and keep the rest of the recipe the same., I used my Teflon 9x12 baking pan with a cover and lasted really well until it was gone. You must try........And, Iam a lousy baker!!!

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pj4peace June 26, 2013

8 Points plus though!

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HotJomama January 12, 2013

I am going to make this tomorrow for my family. I just put the nutritional facts into the new WW Points Plus calculator and it comes out to 5 PPV's.

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tchrnmom2 April 07, 2012

* Made this last year at Thanksgiving. Totally easy to make. Didn't layer it and still tasted Awesome!! Deserves to be in any cookbook - adult or children's. Making this for Christmas. Just need the Angel Food Cake, Cool Whip, and Butterfingers. This time I'm adding more candy. ;D *

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Bridget E. December 08, 2011

Awesome dessert! Our daughter is on WW and I always try to have something light with her in mind, preferrably something that has been WW rated for points. The extra help with the calculations helped a lot, and I also found a sugar free angel food cake to make it even better. Bottom line? The men were asking the ladies to get the recipe! Gotta love it. Thanks for posting this one.

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Lady Dancer May 31, 2010

After reading all the debate about point value for this recipe (before I bothered with it further), I went online and researched the point values for all the items in the ingredient list. Using FF items listed & a Pillsbury FF angel food cake, the ONLY fat is from the candy bars & 4 bars weighing about 272g CANNOT contain 160g of fat. BTW... I think the zaar nutrition numbers are off for total fat! 15 servings @ 10.9g fat per serving using everything FF except the candy bars? I think not... the candy bars are only 17% fat (about 11g)! Bottom line... 67 total points for 15 servings = 4.5 pts per serving! And the recipe is delicious... if you like butterfingers.

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grantg March 18, 2010
Butterfinger Dessert Weight Watchers 4 Ww Pts