Homemade Weight Watchers Fudge Popsicles Recipe
Homemade Weight Watchers Fudge Popsicles Recipe. These homemade fudge pops are a delicious and guilt-free treat!
Made with just four simple ingredients, they’re perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth without blowing your diet. With only five WW points per pop, you can enjoy them without feeling guilty.
This classic chocolate treat is perfect for summer.
To make this light dessert, you will need: fat-free plain Greek yogurt, low-fat milk, unsweetened cocoa powder, and agave nectar.
They are low fat, gluten free, vegetarian, and only have 103 calories.
You can also share these with the whole family if you want, they won’t know they are a healthier version of the classic treat.
Weight Watchers Points
MyWW Points: 5 Green Plan
5 WW Smart Points
Personal Points will vary based on your individual plan.
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Greek yogurt is a type of yogurt that has been thickened by straining out the whey. This gives it a creamy texture and a higher protein content than regular yogurt.
Greek yogurt can be made from whole milk, skim milk, or non-fat milk, and it can be flavored with fruit, honey, or other sweeteners.
Greek yogurt can be enjoyed on its own or used as a recipe ingredient in place of sour cream or mayonnaise.
Agave nectar is a natural sweetener that comes from the agave plant.
It has a unique flavor that is similar to honey, but it is also subtly different. Agave nectar is sweeter than sugar, so you don’t need to use as much of it to achieve the same level of sweetness.
It has a lower glycemic index than sugar, which means that it doesn’t cause spikes in blood sugar levels.
Agave nectar is a versatile sweetener that can be used in baking, cooking, and as a table syrup. It is also a great choice for sweetening beverages like coffee and tea.
If you’re looking for a natural alternative to refined sugars, agave nectar is a great option to consider.
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Weight Watchers Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops
- In a blender, add fat-free plain Greek yogurt, low-fat milk, unsweetened cocoa powder, and agave nectar.
- Puree until well blended and smooth. Scrape down the sides when needed.
- Pour equal amounts of the mixture into 6 popsicle molds.
- Place molds in the freezer until fully frozen.
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