Yogurt Fluff - Only 1 Weight Watchers Point!

Yogurt Fluff - Only 1 Weight Watchers Point! created by Lucie C.

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!

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  • In a medium bowl, stir boiling water into gelatine powder for at least 2 minutes until completely dissolved. Add enough ice cubes to cold water to measure 1 cup. Add to jello; stir until slightly thickened. Remove any unmelted ice. Add yogurt and vanilla, stir with wire whist until well blended. Pur evenly into 4 dessert dishes. Refrigerate 30 minutes or until firm. Add dollop if whipped cream before serving.
  • Points: 1.
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"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!"
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  1. Eileen C.
    Good stuff! I made this using sugar free raspberry jello and Dannon light and fit peach yogurt. I let the jello firm up for about 1/2 hr and then beat in the yogurt with my hand mixer. It's a nice low cal treat when you need a little something sweet and the yogurt makes it more satisfying than plain old jello.
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  2. Lucie C.
    Yogurt Fluff - Only 1 Weight Watchers Point! Created by Lucie C.
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  3. Lucie C.
    With the new Weight Watchers points system, this fabulous dessert is 0 points.
    • Review photo by Lucie C.
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  4. Chris from Kansas
    Perfect! I used low-fat, sugar-free vanilla yogurt and sugar-free strawberry jello. Very creamy and low calorie. Love it!
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  5. AlainaF
    So easy, light and good! I made these in custard dishes and wrapped them up, stored them in the fridge, and grabbed one whenever I had a sweet craving. This not only filled me up, but it tasted good too. I used sugar free raspberry jello and it was delicious.
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