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Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cool Whip Treat

Only 1 WW point in this delicious peanut butter/cool whip low fat dessert. Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Treat is so yummy!

Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cool Whip Treat is  5 WW points!  This easy dessert recipe is a must pin!

The best part is your family will never know!  I made these and everyone loved them.  These desserts are so easy to make too! By making them in a muffin tin you can be sure to have the correct portion control.

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Only 1 WW point in this delicious peanut butter/cool whip low fat dessert. Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Treat is so yummy!

You can even pop them into the freezer for a frozen delight and they are amazing that way too! Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cool Whip Treats are my go to dessert when I want a little sweet reward at the end of the day.


Only 1 WW point in this delicious peanut butter/cool whip low fat dessert. Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Treat is so yummy!

So I hope you enjoy this easy low fat dessert as much as I do!

This Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cool Whip Treat is so yummy!

Only 1 WW point in this delicious peanut butter/cool whip low fat dessert. Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Treat is so yummy!

Weight Watchers Peanut Butter/Cool Whip Treat

Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Treat is so yummy!
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Prep Time:10 mins
Total Time:10 mins


  • 3 Tablespoons Peanut Butter
  • 1 small tub Cool Whip Fat Free
  • Hershey's Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup


  • Mix the Cool Whip and Peanut Butter together
  • Spoon into 12 lined cupcake tins
  • Drizzle with chocolate syrup and freeze
  • Each cup is worth approximately 1 point+.
  • You can also skip the syrup and save a few calories.
Servings: 12

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  1. 5 stars
    I can’t wait to make these!! Have you tried this recipe using Peanut Butter Powder? My guess is you could have about 3 for 1 point with that.

    Thanks for the recipe!

    1. 5 stars
      I use on called PB2, it is found in health food/organic section of grocery stores. They also sell one with chocolate mixed in:)

    1. The powder is called PB2 and it is great. You just reconstitute it with water! I can’t find it in stores, but I order it from the manufacturer Bell Plantation. They have a website and you can order from there.

      1. 4 stars
        I buy my PB2 at Hyvee. it is under $5. Now when I made this recipe, I used Nutella. it was good, but when I added up the points it was 2 points not 1.

    2. Walmart carries it, around $4.50 a bottle. They sell larger ones too. It comes in Chocolate and regular Peanut Butter flavors.

  2. I just plugged the information in using the recipe builder on wieght watchers. They came out to 1 points plus each with using 36 Tbsp. of fat free cool whip. Didn’t know how many ounces a container is. 1 point!!! I am so trying this today!

  3. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for this recipe! I doubled the recipe, but still made 12 peanut butter whip cupcake things and the calculations I got when I plugged it into the recipe builder was 3pts per 1 cupcake, without the chocolate! Delicious!

  4. I just added it up on the recipe builder on the WW site. With 8 oz FF cool whip and 3 Tb reduced fat Jif, divided up into 12 servings, it did come out as 1 point. Not sure how you are figuring five.

  5. My sister introduced these to me even before I started ww and I love them!!!! The only thing I do different is add the chocolate syrup into the mix after I’ve stired in the peanut butter. To me is just made them a little less messy to eat because the chocolate on top doesn’t freeze all the way but mixed in you still get the same frozen consistancy as you should. Super yummy, and yes, 1 point if you make it with the right stuff (what’s already listed in this recipie)!!!

  6. These look positively delicious! Thanks so much for sharing at our All Things Thursday Blog Hop! Hope you’ll be linking up again tomorrow night!

  7. 5 stars
    Wow those look amazing. I can’t believe they are only one point. I guess I can cheat and eat 2 🙂

    I think I’ll have to try them with the peanut butter powder as well!

    – Lisa

  8. 5 stars
    Made this just now but substituted cool whip for a UK Brand called Dream Topping which is about the same only its powdered. I think next time I would be additionally naughty and add a bit more peanut butter, some peanuts to the mix, and perhaps a bit sweeter.
    I also used those small paper cases that we use for sweets, petit fours I think we call them.
    These would be great for a buffet though.

  9. I will be making these today! YUM! I think instead of chocolate syrup though, I may add 2 Tbsp of mini chocolate chips to the mix before I freeze it. I calculated the points and it ends up being 2 points each that way. Thanks for sharing!

  10. 4 stars
    This is so good! I’ve also made it using Cool Whip and PB2(the really low calorie and low fat powdered peanut butter.) thx

  11. I just made these today! Great quick and easy dessert, and only 1 point! I just had one, and they are DELISH! Just like ice cream, only lighter!

  12. Trying this one generic Nutella today! FYI those powdered pb’s can now be bought at Kroger and even Big Lots. Thanks for the recipe….it will be a tasty change from sugar free pudding.

  13. I made this without the chocolate syrup and used it with celery
    Low calorie and great tasting as a dip

  14. I love this recipe but to me, the numbers just don’t seem correct. So I was calculating the points myself and there’s no way these can be just one point. An entire tub of Cool Whip lite is 12.5 points. The peanut butter adds another 9 and of course, chocolate adds even more. If you’re making 12 servings, these are 2 points per serving, not 1.

  15. Just made these with sugar free cool whip couldn’t find fat free, and used PB2 chocolate. Points came up to 2. Excited to try them.

  16. 5 stars
    Save points, use unsweetened applesauce, a touch of cinnamon, a touch of vanilla extract, mix together. Slice a banana and put a slice at the bottom of the cup, pour whipped topping mixture on top of banana then freeze. Feels like you are eating a lot more for the points. I am also dairy free/wheat free and I used coconut milk whipped topping and it still came out great. Love these, big hit with the family!

  17. 5 stars
    This came out so good! I was worried about the fat free cool whip but wow, it taste just like my favorite reg dessert “Marie Cavender peanut butter pie”!! I added 2-3 tablespoons of fluff to this just bc I love fluff, it was great! But it’s great just the way it is too. I also forgot to chocolate syrup but still amazing! Thanks for this!

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