Weight Watchers Frozen Yogurt Pie

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This delicious Weight Watchers frozen yogurt pie got me through many weight loss journeys. So indulgent, yet low in calories!

In my quest for lasting weight loss, I tried every diet. And I really mean all of them. But, I have no regrets, and I don’t consider any of them a waste of time! I’ve learned something valuable from each and every one. I can pinpoint a new habit I’ve acquired over the years that has helped me achieve weight loss over the long term. The habits that have stuck include Portion control, mindful eating, food tracking, exercise, and more!

My Weight Watchers Days

In 2003 I joined Weight Watchers. This was 16 years ago, and I still have my Weight Watchers diary. It’s fun to look back because my food preferences haven’t really changed that much! I started Weight Watchers at 136 lbs (I’m 115 lbs and 5’1″ right now, for reference).

weight watchers diary from 2003
old weight watchers diary

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While I was at Weight Watchers, the other members were so great about sharing their favorite recipes that were also low points! Including a frozen yogurt pie.

Weight Watchers Recipe

I’ve taken the basic idea from that Weight Watchers frozen yogurt pie, and simplified it to be quick and easy, with less ingredients.

The only thing in my frozen yogurt pie is Dannon Greek Light and Fit Yogurt, cool whip, Berries, and a Nilla wafer cracker. The final treat is only 100 calories and 5 WW smart points!

weight watchers frozen yogurt pie recipe

Making the Weight Watchers frozen yogurt pie

I’m loving this recipe! The original recipe has other ingredients like gelatin and cream cheese, but for this one, I used 1 carton of the Greek yogurt, for that extra boost of protein for only 80 calories. And 1/2 cup of whipped topping. I crushed the nilla wafers into the bottom of a 3-inch tart tin I found at Bed Bath and Beyond. I sprinkled a few berries on top and put it in the freezer.

It only took about 30 minutes to firm up. From there, a quick squeeze of the tin and the little, single serving, less than 100 calories, Weight Watchers frozen yogurt pie popped out!

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Weight Watchers 100 calorie Frozen Yogurt Pie

Delicious dessert that’s only 100 calories and 3 points
5 from 1 vote
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Course: Dessert
Diet: Low Fat
Keyword: 100 calorie frozen yogurt pie, frozen yogurt blueberry pie, frozen yogurt pie, weight watchers frozen yogurt pie
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 2 pies
Calories: 87cal


  • 1/2 cup Cool Whip light whipped topping 80 calories
  • 1 container Dannon Greek Light and Fit Yogurt blueberry or strawberry (80 calories)
  • 2 medium nilla wafers 14 calories


  • In two small tart tins, muffin cups, or rammekins, add 1 crushed or whole nilla wafer to the bottom.
  • Blend the yogurt with the whipped topping. Scoop the yogurt and whipped topping on the top and freeze!
  • It only takes about 20-30 minutes to firm up, and then you have the perfect, 100 calorie dessert!


Serving: 1pie | Calories: 87cal | Carbohydrates: 12.6g | Protein: 6.1g | Fat: 2.8g
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