Calling all pumpkin lovers! This Weight Watchers yogurt popsicle recipe uses a canned pumpkin so you can make them all year long. They are so low in points you can even eat them for breakfast!
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When Fall rolls around we all start looking for pumpkin recipes. I know when the weather takes a turn and there’s a chill in the air pumpkin and pumpkin spice recipes are my favorite!
Because Weight Watchers allows us to enjoy everything we love, I never have to cut out things like pumpkin spice lattes or pumpkin cheesecake bars. I can even have pumpkin pie and this dreamy pumpkin fluff recipe.
If that’s not enough I can also enjoy these pumpkin muffins and pumpkin spice Pizzelles. Looking to start the day with pumpkin? Why not some pumpkin pancakes! Another fall classic is this Weight Watchers Applesauce Recipe and Weight Watchers Baked Apples Recipe!
Are these yogurt popsicles healthy?
Absolutely! I would consider these Weight Watchers pumpkin yogurt popsicles healthy. There’s a couple of reasons for that actually! Pumpkin is very very healthy. It’s nutrient dense and loaded with fiber but pumpkin is low in calories so it’s great not just for Weight Watchers but all healthy lifestyle plans.
Another reason these popsicles are healthy is the yogurt base that we’re using. We can use any kind of yogurt we want but for Weight Watchers we will be using fat free Greek yogurt. Yogurt gives these popsicles another boost of healthy nutrition!
.We are using stevia for the sweetener, but you can use honey or agave but remember to adjust the points after recalculating the recipe!
Here is what you need to make Weight Watchers yogurt popsicles with pumpkin:
This recipe uses just four ingredients to make a tasty treat that everyone will love! My new favorite pumpkin spice popsicles are made with fat-free plain Greek yogurt, stevia, pumpkin, and cinnamon!
There’s nothing fancy in these popsicles and they still come out amazing! It’s a great Weight Watchers treat and it has limited ingredients so everyone can likely enjoy these pumpkin popsicles.
How to make my Weight Watchers yogurt popsicle recipe:
Place yogurt and stevia into a bowl and mix well. In another bowl add cinnamon and pumpkin and stir well.
In a popsicle mold layer in the yogurt then pumpkin then more yogurt and more pumpkin.
Freeze overnight. Once frozen, run the popsicle mold under warm water to make removing the mold easier.
Weight Watchers Points for Frozen Pumpkin Popsicles:
This delicious recipe for Weight Watchers yogurt popsicles with pumpkin is calculated with fat-free Greek plain yogurt, and stevia. If you don’t like using artificial sweeteners, honey is a great substitute but will increase the point value.
I use the Weight Watchers website and recipe creator to calculate the points for my recipes here at Midlife Healthy Living. Feel free to calculate for yourself if you have questions or concerns.
Zero points on the Blue and Purple myWW plans and just one point on the Green plan! A frozen treat without the guilt!
Here is how I track these popsicles on all the myWW plans on the current program. Each popsicle is 1 serving, the recipe makes two popsicles.
Which popsicle mold did you use to make these?
For this recipe I used a reusable popsicle mold that comes with sticks and the whole bit! It’s great for using over and over again and you can easily triple this recipe to fill the mold entirely if you have multiple people in the house who would want to eat some delicious pumpkin popsicles!
Here are some other Zoku molds that are great for making these popsicles as well!
- 1 cup plain non fat Greek yogurt
- 2 packets of Stevia
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
- Place yogurt into a bowl and mix well with Stevia.
- In another bowl add cinnamon and pumpkin and stir well.
- In a popsicle mold layer in yogurt then pumpkin then more yogurt and more pumpkin.
- Freeze overnight. Once frozen, run the popsicle mold under warm water to make removing the mold easier.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 91Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 6mgSodium 44mgCarbohydrates 11gFiber 2gSugar 6gProtein 12g
As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts, WW points and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.