These cakes are wonderfully light and feature an irresistible lemon flavor. At only five points each, these desserts can satisfy a sweet craving without going overboard on calories.
Prep time is fast and simple with this recipe that requires only three key ingredients – lemon cake mix, 5.3 ounces of lemon Greek yogurt, and water.
Weight Watchers Angel Food Cake
Angel food cake can be a satisfying option when it comes to managing Weight Watchers Points, with recipes featuring fresh fruit and whipped cream making this dessert even more delectable.
This recipe is simple to prepare and only requires minimal ingredients you may already have on hand. Perfect as either dessert or breakfast, its light and refreshing treat has only 137 calories per slice and very minimal fat content; enjoy it solo or add any topping you prefer for added enjoyment!
If you’re in search of a quick and straightforward recipe, this Weight Watchers angel food cake recipe could be your ideal answer. Low in points with great texture, the recipe can even be completed using the boxed mix for even greater convenience – or find pre-made angel food cakes at your grocery store bakery section – all this for 6 WW Points per serving!
Another delicious WW-friendly angel food cake recipe, this light pineapple version only requires two ingredients and steps! Perfect for dinner parties, cookouts, or family get-togethers, it will surely please everyone!
Create this angel food cake easily by mixing a box of angel food cake mix with one can of crushed pineapple, stirring well until everything is evenly blended, before pouring it into a baking pan and baking at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes before allowing to cool before serving.
Weight Watchers Recipe #2 requires just two ingredients and can quickly become an irresistibly delicious dessert that will please everyone in your family! Best yet, it can even be prepared ahead of time and stored in the fridge until serving time arrives!
Add angel food cake mix and crushed pineapple (including juice from a can) into a large mixing bowl and whisk until thoroughly mixed – it should look frothy! Pour the batter into an un-greased 9×13 baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees until a toothpick inserted comes out clean (this may take between 30-35 minutes).
Delicious angel food cake makes a tasty and light treat that’s ideal for anyone counting their WW points! Enjoy it plain, or top it with strawberries, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce for extra sweetness. Or add glaze for even more sweet treat options!
Make this delectable angel food cake in under 30 minutes! It features an airy texture and loads of delicious flavor, perfect for any special occasion or to indulge! You’ll be amazed at just how tasty this low-calorie cake is; it’s ideal to satisfy cravings without going over your Weight Watchers points limit for the day!
Weight Watchers Lemon Pound Cake
This delicious pound cake is light, fluffy, and so delectable! Perfect served warm from the oven with No-Churn Strawberry Ice Cream or homemade Whipped Cream for an irresistibly creamy treat, or enjoyed as-is with fresh zested lemon wedges or slices of fruit on top! For a more accessible alternative that still has tender textures reminiscent of its regular counterpart, use egg whites in place of whole eggs and just one tablespoon (or coconut oil instead) instead of 1 pound (of butter) as a replacement (this time!). Enjoy its delightful lemony citrus zesty taste while giving this healthier version of pound cake its original tender textures while staying lighter while boasting delicious lemon flavors that won’t overwhelm its regular cousin!
This recipe is super straightforward and only requires three ingredients! Perfect for Weight Watchers or anyone trying to eat healthier, each slice only counts 2 WW points! Gather a mixing bowl, silicone spatula, and 9×13 baking pan as all that’s required! Use lemon cake mix, diet 7Up, and 8 ounces of lite Cool Whip as the main components, topping yours off with any combination of strawberries, raspberries, pineapple, or mandarin oranges as desired!
Weight Watchers Lemon Bars
Lemons are like little bursts of sunshine, and when combined with a delicious buttery crust and zesty lemon filling, they become the perfect light and decadent dessert. This Weight Watchers recipe makes the ideal treat to satisfy those sweet cravings that don’t weigh heavy on your waistline!
These delectable lemon bars are easy to make using only four simple ingredients and only take minutes! Oat flour used in the crust helps cut calories and sugar while providing fiber to help you feel full faster and further reduce the fat content of this dessert with light whipped butter!
Weight Watchers treats featuring lemon filling made with light cream cheese instead of regular cream cheese can provide texture and flavor without the excessive fat typically found in traditional lemon bars. Incorporating zest from lemons adds additional lemony notes that may otherwise be absent in conventional lemon bars.
Try replacing lemon juice and zest with lime or orange juice and zest for an exciting and unique take on this classic treat. Their zesty citrus flavors will provide a deliciously fresh twist that adds zesty freshness.
While your lemon bars are in the oven, make the oat flour crust by mixing oat flour, butter, and vanilla extract in a bowl with a pastry cutter or fork until crumbly. Press this mixture into an 8″x8″ baking pan lined with parchment paper and bake for 20 minutes before whisking together all of the lemon filling ingredients separately – when your crust is done baking, pour in this mixture onto it and bake another 25 minutes or until its filling no longer jiggles!
This easy and delicious dessert will surely impress your guests! This simple lemon treat is a fantastic way to use up some of the citrus fruit you have stored away and provides a nice change from standard dessert recipes. Plus, everyone will surely love this healthy alternative to sugary treats!
Oat flour makes an excellent gluten-free crust alternative. Packed with fiber that can aid digestion and promote fullness, this versatile ingredient also contains less saturated fat than conventional butter for improved heart health. Oat flour can easily replace all-purpose wheat flour in any recipe; you could also try substituting with another nut- or seed-based flour; alternatively, switch melted butter out for light whipped or swerve butter to reduce overall fat intake.