This Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cups Recipe could really not be easier. It just takes three ingredients to make this yummy 2 point treat which will satisfy any dessert craving. One of my favorite weight watchers recipes!
Why you'll love these Weight Watchers frozen peanut butter cups
- Only 2 points each
- Easy 2 ingredient dessert (3 if you add the optional sugar free chocolate syrup)
- Easy dessert that satisfies your sweet tooth
- This dessert involves no baking
Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cups Recipe
If you have been on the Weight Watchers program for a while then your have probably heard about PB2 powdered peanut butter. It is an easy way to enjoy peanut butter flavor without all the points. I always keep some in my pantry.
You will want to thaw a container of fat free cool whip to room temperature for this recipe. One container contains 14 smart points and the two tablespoons of PB2 you will use are just 1 point. This recipe makes 7 peanut butter cups, each one being two points. Optionally, you can add a swirl of calorie free chocolate syrup to the top of these. I love this Walden Farms Chocolate Syrup which is zero points.
To make this Weight Watchers peanut butter snack recipe, start off by adding 2 tablespoons of PB2 powder to one container of fat free Cool Whip in a medium bowl.
Mix until the powder has been incorporated into the Cool Whip.
Spoon the mixture into seven mini cupcake liners.
Next, if desired, add a drizzle of syrup. I used sugar free chocolate syrup.
Finally, freeze the Weight Watchers peanut butter cups for 4-5 hours, until they have hardened.
You can eat these straight out of the freezer or let them thaw for just a bit. Either way, the peanut butter flavor is wonderful! This is just the perfect sweet treat to enjoy while staying on plan.
This Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cups Recipe is just 2 points per cup and makes a tasty treat after dinner.
Weight Watchers Peanut Butter Cups Recipe
- 1 container fat free Cool Whip
- 2 tablespoon PB2 Powder
- Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup optional
- In a large bowl, add one container of fat free Cool Whip and 2 tablespoons of PB2 powder.
- Mix until the powder has been incorporated into the Cool Whip.
- Divide the mixture equally into seven cupcake liners.
- If desired, add a swirl of calorie free chocolate syrup.
- Freeze the Weight Watchers peanut butter cups for 4-5 hours, until they have hardened.
- Enjoy right out of the freezer or let thaw for a few minutes.
This nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using online calculators. Your nutritional information may vary depending on numerous factors.
Frequently asked questions
Keep these frozen in a zip top bag until ready to eat.
You can have 5 tablespoons for 0 points. If you use more than that to drizzle on the peanut butter cups, it will be 1 point for 6 tablespoons.
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