Try this frozen applesauce delight recipe for a healthy alternative to ice cream. Made from just a few ingredients and then frozen, this won't take too much time to prepare...but you will have to wait to eat it.
By using unsweetened applesauce, frozen (or fresh) fruits and then topped with whipped cream (low fat of course), you can enjoy this dessert for fewer Weight Watchers points and calories.
The great thing about this dessert recipe is you can change the fruits to your favorites without chaning the WW points. Add a little cinnamon or nutmeg on top to spice it up a bit.
This dessert recipe is just 1 SmartPoint...and this is all from the low fat cool whip. So if you want to enjoy this totally guilt free, skip the cool whip and then you will have a zero point treat.
Below are the list of ingredients, directions, recipe nutrition information and Weight Watchers points.
Prep Time: 5 minutes Cooking Time: n/a minutes
Nutrition facts shown below are per serving for this frozen applesauce delight. The number of serving is noted in the header section below. The serving size is the first item noted on the nutrition facts table.
|Nutrition Per Serving
Number of Servings: 2
|1 dessert cup
I made these earlier in the day. Then took them out of the freezer as we started to prepare for dinner. By the time we cooked and then ate, these were thawed out enough to enjoy.
Skip the cool whip and then this frozen applesauce delight is zero points (SmartPoints, PointsPlus and original)
If you are like my husband and love to cook from scratch, try making your own applesauce. Check out this youtube video for an unsweetened applesauce recipe.
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