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Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert

This Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert is a great easy treat that fits into your meal plan.  With delicious flavors that are reminiscent of your favorite strawberry cheesecake, you’ll fall in love with how easy this recipe is to make.

This Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert is a great easy treat that fits into your meal plan.

Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert 

We love using things like fat-free and sugar-free pudding mixes to create a delicious dessert that everyone loves.  These desserts are ideal for those on Weight Watchers and a great way to stay on plan without feeling like you’ve caved to cravings.

Trust us you will quickly fall in love with this delicious and easy to prepare Weight Watchers dessert! Also great if you are eating low fat but not following the Weight Watchers plan. We have included the points value for several of the versions of WW depending on which you are currently using.

Ingredients for Strawberry Delight Dessert

1 package fat-free sugar-free cheesecake pudding mix

8 ounces nonfat plain Greek Yogurt

2 cups sliced strawberries, divided

1 8 ounce tub fat-free whipped topping, divided

12 pizzelle cookies

This Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert is a great easy treat that fits into your meal plan.

Directions for Strawberry Delight Dessert 

In a large bowl, mix together the nonfat plain yogurt and pudding mix until well blended.

Fold in 1/2 of the whipped topping into the pudding mixture.

In a 9″x13″ casserole dish, place a layer of pizzelle cookies on the bottom.

Pour 1/2 the pudding mixture on top of cookies.

Next, add a layer of strawberries.

Repeat with a layer of cookies, pudding, then whipped topping, and finally topping with remaining strawberries.

Refrigerate until ready to serve.

This Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert is a great easy treat that fits into your meal plan.

Makes 10 servings

2 SmartPoints per serving on FreeStyle Plan

4 SmartPoints on Beyond the Scale Plan

5 PointsPlus

This is a super easy Weight Watchers dessert recipe that everyone will love. You can customize with any fresh or frozen fruit you prefer if strawberries aren’t available.  I think it would be lovely with blueberries or raspberries too!  Even blackberries. Frozen or fresh this recipe is a keeper!

You can even mix the fruit in with the pudding mix if you prefer.  As long as you use fresh or frozen fruits, the points will remain the same. We hope you enjoy this easy to prepare Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert as much as we do!  It is sure to become a family favorite for all regardless if you are following the WW plan or not!

Strawberry Delight Dessert

This Weight Watchers Strawberry Delight Dessert is a great easy treat that fits into your meal plan. 
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Ingredients

  • 1 package fat-free sugar-free cheesecake pudding mix
  • 8 ounces nonfat plain Greek Yogurt
  • 2 cups sliced strawberries, divided
  • 1 tub 8 oz, fat-free whipped topping, divided
  • 12 pizzelle cookies

Instructions

  • In a large bowl, mix together the nonfat plain yogurt and pudding mix until well blended.
  • Fold in 1/2 of the whipped topping into the pudding mixture.
  • In a 9"x13" casserole dish, place a layer of pizzelle cookies on the bottom.
  • Pour 1/2 the pudding mixture on top of cookies.
  • Next, add a layer of strawberries.
  • Repeat with a layer of cookies, pudding, then whipped topping, and finally topping with remaining strawberries.
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Servings: 10
Author: Melissa Jennings

More Weight Watchers Desserts:

White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Cookies

Weight Watchers Key Lime Pie

Weight Watchers Snickers Pie

Low Fat Lemon Chiffon Pie

Make our great Weight Watchers dessert in minutes! This is a perfect option for FreeStyle Weight Watchers points!

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40 Comments

    1. I live in a small town and couldn’t find the Pizzelle cookies either. When I mention the recipe to a co-worker she told me that Burkes has them. Went there today and they were about $4 for a package. I scanned them and they’re 5 points for 6 cookies. If you’re near a Burkes Outlet or a Bealls Outlet you can find them there!

    2. 5 stars
      My wife made this last week and it was awesome! I wanted to make it again so I printed it this time! Going in get cook book binder!

  1. Made this today. Absolutely delicious! Only one question. Not sure how to get the yogurt and pudding to a pouring consistency even after adding cool whip. Any suggestions?

  2. Do you make the pudding according to the box directions?
    I made it but would not pour into pan.
    It was very tasty but not very attractive
    .Carole

  3. I’m confused! Do you just put the dry cheesecake mix with the yogurt or do you make it according to box directions, then add it to the yogurt?

  4. 5 stars
    I just made this dessert and the recipe said to add just the pudding mix with the yogurt and I added a little more whipped topping because I had 2 tubs. I used reduced fat graham crackers instead of the Pizelles. I had them but they were Anise flovored and didn’t know if that would be weird but it looks good. The best part is though the fresh hand picked strawberries I just went to yesterday. Had plenty so it is extra strawberrylicious. Also I was wondering if this could be frozen and kept til a later date. My moms birthday is coming up and she would love this.

  5. 5 stars
    I freeze pizelle cookies with fat free cool whip in between them and it is like a wonderful ice cream sandwich! (2 points each, depending on amount of cool whip) I have added thin slices of strawberries in the middle ( thin thin) and they add a little crunch and flavor. I feel sure this can be frozen as long as you thaw a little before serving. What a great recipe! Thanks!

  6. I put the ingredients in the Weight Watchers recipe builder and it came out to 3 points. Did anyone else get this as well?

  7. 5 stars
    Made this for dessert tonight and it was delicious! I had to make some changes based on what was available at our local market. They did not have cheesecake pudding so I used vanilla. Also, I don’t like plain yogurt and since I couldn’t find the cheesecake pudding I used Dannon Light&Fit 80 calorie Greek yogurt in Strawberry Cheesecake flavor; each is 5.3 oz so I used 2. The pudding/yogurt/1/2 container Cool Whip mixture was like paste so I added milk (about 1 cup) for a better consistency. I think next time I may make the pudding following box instructions and then add the yogurt and 1/2 of the Cool Whip. I also used Vanilla Pizzeles. This dessert did not fill my 9×13 pan from side to side, mostly because there was not enough filling or strawberries. Definitely didn’t look full as in the picture, but let me tell you it was rich and delicious tasting. We divided this into 6 generous servings which, if I figured correctly, counts 6 Weight Watcher Freestyle Smartpoints. I think 10 servings would be 3.5 smartpoints per serving. I will definitely make this again with my changes and would not hesitate to serve it to company.

  8. I did not make the pudding by package directions, but only added the yogurt and cool whip. This must’ve been incorrect because it only made a small amount that was quite thick. It only filled an 8×8 pan

  9. Tried this with the thin Pizzelles and they got so soggy we couldn’t eat it. Is that what ur using or is there another puzzler cookie?

    1. I had the same problem the mixture of pudding and yogurt with 1/2 of cool whip was too think to spread. I used it all for the bottom layer. Then I had another box of pudding, added tougher and 1 cup of milk which worked. Then I just used the remaining cool whip as like an icing mit was great and friends raves about it.. Additionally I could not find the Pizzelle cookies so I used 34° chocolate sweet crisps which added a nice chocolate flavor. Of course it up to the point count but at this point in time I was trying to get a dessert ready for a meeting and I just went with what I had and it really was good. I know now that I can order the Purcell cookies online but it also seems like I could pick them up at Lidl from a prior pos 34° chocolate sweet crisps which added a nice chocolate flavor. Of course it up to the point count but at this point in time I was trying to get a dessert ready for a meeting and I just went with what I had and it really was good. I know now that I can order the puzzle cookies online but it also seems like I could pick them up at Lidl.

  10. My husband, daughter and I are all on WW currently. This is one of the first desserts I made and it was well received. I calculated it as 4 points on purple.

    I can’t find the Pizzelle cookies anywhere and ordered them from Amazon. They were pretty expensive. I made it again last night using low fat vanilla wafers. Haven’t tried it yet but expect it to be as good.

    1. Janet, do you have an Aldi’s near you? They carry the vanilla and chocolate pizzelles. Weirdly they are with the bread.

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