Butterfinger Dessert Weight Watchers 4 Ww Pts

"An easy to make lightened up dessert using Butterfingers. Yum! 4 WW points per serving. Received at a WW meeting. A recent reviewer recently made the comment that this was 7 WW points not 4. Please remember that Recipe Zaar's calculations and WW's do not always agree. This recipe came straight from WW--it is on their website. They do have it listed as 4 points, despite the difference if you try to calculate using Recipe Zaar's calculator. Please use your own judgment, but note this is a real WW recipe and it is listed by them as 4 pts. Thanks!"
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Ready In:




  • Spray a 9 x 13" pan with cooking spray.
  • Tear angel food cake into bite size pieces.
  • Prepare pudding with 1-1/2 cups of skim milk and mix with 2 containers of Cool Whip Free.
  • Crush candy bars.
  • Layer 1/2 cake, 1/2 of pudding mixture and 1/2 of crushed Butterfingers. Repeat layer.

Questions & Replies

  1. How many free style points


  1. 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!
  2. 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.
  3. According to the weight watchers point calculator this is 7 points, not 4!!! BEWARE!!!
  4. 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!
  5. Currently on the weight watchers website and this is most definitely 8 points/serving when serving size is 15.


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