Weight Watchers Christmas Cookies will save the day if you’re trying to lose a few pounds, but feel super bummed that you’ll miss out on those annual goodies we can’t live without.
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Weight Watchers Christmas Cookies
Butterscotch Pillows – “They’re a mixture of textures, soft inside but with a surprising crunch of Rice Krispies. ”
Chocolate Chip Cookies “…this Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies recipe is a perfect activity that parents and kids can take part in together…”
Caramel Cookies “This recipe will actually make A LOT of cookies. 60 cookies to be exact! But don’t worry….you don’t have to make all 60 cookies at one time….unless you want to. Once you make the dough, you can keep it in the fridge or even longer in the freezer.”
Peppermint Meringue Cookies “You’ll be amazed by how easy it is to make these light, airy and holiday-tastic Peppermint Meringue Cookies.”
Italian Christmas Cookies “These rich, nutty, buttery cookies are made in many countries to serve at holidays and celebrations.”
Sugar Cookies “These sugar cookies contain the most basic of ingredients and come together in minutes.”
Mexican Wedding Cookies “Such a simple and easy cookie.”
Funfetti Jello Cookies “They are pretty simple to make, and they are fun to play with flavor combinations!”
Gingerbread Christmas Cookies “They will keep in a sealed container or cookie tin for several days, if not weeks and will still taste as fresh as day one.”
Chocolate Cookies “These could almost be called low-fat chocolate brownie bites instead of low-fat chocolate cookies, their texture and taste are very similar to a fudgy brownie…”
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Nutella Brownie Cookies “Bake for 8-10 minutes, makes 20 cookies at 3 smart points each.”
Chocolate Marshmallow Bark “This Weight Watchers Approved Marshmallow Bark is perfect if you’re looking for a low-cal treat option for this year’s holiday cookie plates!”
No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies “This is as easy as stirring all the ingredients in a pan and dropping the batter onto parchment paper and just waiting for them to set.”
Cool Whip Cookies Made with sugar-free cake mix and Cool Whip.
Cranberry Apple Oatmeal Cookies “The cookies baked up soft and chewy with just the right amount of sweetness and spice.”
No-Bake Preacher Cookies “Peanut butter, oats, butter, and a little bit of chocolate, and that’s just about all you need for a batch of Preacher Cookies.”
Almond Joy Cookies “These easy Almond Joy Cookies take just four ingredients and don’t even require a mixer! No beating, no chilling, just mix ’em up and throw ’em in the oven EASY! You’re going to love these ooey gooey fabulous cookies!”
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Sher Bailey is a writer in the Midwest who believes the power of humor, Mod Podge, and grandkids can fix most problems in life. You can find her at SherBailey.com.