Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies

Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies

Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies

I am the first to admit it: Before I got married, my idea of preparing a meal was heating up Chinese take-out food in the microwave. Eventually, at the behest of my newlywed husband who wanted a “home-cooked meal on the table every night,” I tried my hand at cooking pasta. ( I never thought I’d be in the kitchen whipping up Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies from scratch but I digress!)

Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies

My fatal flaw was that while the pasta was boiling in the pot, I took a shower and conveniently forgot about it until the smoke alarm went off and a mini fire erupted in the kitchen. Suffice it to say, I am not one of those moms who can whip up vegetable baked ziti or bake raisin scones.

Despite my lack of cooking skills, my daughter’s been asking me recently if we can start baking dinner together. So, I’m slowly inching my way back into the kitchen and we’ve actually prepared some tasty meals together.

The best part about cooking with my kids is that while we’re working together, dicing vegetables or measuring out condiments, we manage to have the best conversations  talking about things I’d usually have to beg her to share with me, And this Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies recipe is a perfect activity that parents and kids can take part in together, rather than attempt forced conversation.

Below you will find the ingredient list along with the directions to make these yummy Weight Watchers cookies!  Only 1 Smart Point  means I can count these into my day as a snack!

Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies Ingredients

Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies

Looking for a chocolate chip cookie that doesn’t blow all your points? These Weight Watchers cookies are only 1 point!Course Dessert Cuisine American Keyword Weight Watchers 1 point chocolate chip cookies Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 15 minutes Total Time 20 minutes Servings 20


  • 2 RIPE medium bananas 0 Points
  • 1 1⁄2 cup uncooked old fashioned oats 13 Points
  • 5 Tbsp PB2 Powdered peanut butter 3 Points
  • 1⁄4 cup semisweet chocolate chips 11 Points
  • 1/2 cup water o points
  • 5 sprays Cooking spray 0 points


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  2. Mix all the ingredients together
  3. Spray cookie sheet.
  4. Roll spoonful sizes of the mixture into 20 balls and place them evenly on the cookie sheet.
  5. Bake 13 to 15 minutes

These are 1 smart point per serving. Tip: if making the cookies in half-teaspoon size is too cumbersome, you can make in teaspoon size and just count as 2 smart points.

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