Here is a quick and easy homemade lemon Weight Watchers dessert recipe.
You can mix up this Weight Watcher recipe in under 10 minutes.
If you are looking for a delicious and tasty dessert for a Weight Watchers
diet then try this one out. It is bursting with flavor and super tasty.
Yummy Weight Watchers lemon pie in a jar recipe that is great for dessert,
snack or just to enjoy a tasty treat. With a few Weight Watchers ingredients
you can make this amazing lemon dessert in a jar.
If you are looking for an easy no bake Weight Watchers dessert this is a must
recipe to have in your recipe box. The whole family will love this lemon recipe
including kids. Learn how to make this Weight Watchers Dessert now!
In a medium bowl, beat the nonfat Greek yogurt with a hand mixer until
stiff peaks form.
Add the lemon pudding mix and lemon juice and beat to combine.
Prepare the jars by placing one vanilla wafer in the bottom of each jar.
Top with 1/3 cup yogurt mixture and one tablespoon whipped cream.
Crush remaining two vanilla wafers and top each lemon pie with cookie
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Weight Watchers Lemon Pie In A Jar
- 2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt
- 1 package fat free, sugar free lemon pudding mix
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 8 reduced fat vanilla wafers
- 6 tablespoon whipped cream
- 6 small sauce jars
- In a medium bowl, beat the nonfat Greek yogurt with a hand mixer until stiff peaks form.
- Add the lemon pudding mix and lemon juice and beat to combine.
- Prepare the jars by placing one vanilla wafer in the bottom of each jar. Top with 1/3 cup yogurt mixture and one tablespoon whipped cream.
- Crush remaining two vanilla wafers and top each lemon pie with cookie crumbles.
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Beth Higham says
This sounds yummy. I was on WW Smart Points program, but have finished and no longer have the app to calculate SP’s versus freestyle. Any idea how many smart points per serving, plus I imagine if you use light cool whip instead of the whipped cream there would’ve even less.
Maria Crawford says
2 apps I would like to mention. 1. exercise4weightloss : explanations on how WW works and all the calculators required. 2: itrackbites : pay $12 – 15 and it’s yous for life (no monthly payments) works just like the WW app i.e. you can scan products, enter recipes . etc.
Daphne Hinds says
Thank you so much for sharing those websites!
Did you use 4oz or 8 oz jars?
I can’t wait to try this!
Thanks for sharing!!!
I just made the recipe using the 4 ounce jars, like the pictures, but the problem is getting a lid on them to refrigerate, as it’s too full. Next time will use the 8 ounce, even though the jars aren’t as cute. It’s delicious, though, and colorful!!
Which sugar free lemon pudding are you using? Is it the cooked box version or the instant box one?
DEbbie Immel says
I just mixed this up. I used 1 cup Fage 0% fat yogurt and 1 cup 0% fat LIGHTannd fit vanilla yogurt. I Added the dry lemon pudding mix to the yogurt mixture and it has a weird consistency. IT Is not creamy. at all. DId I do something wrong?
I’m not sure if you added the 1 tablespoon of lemon juice in the recioe, but that may help with the creaminess…hope this helps.
Should I use vanilla or plain Greek yogurt?