Ten Favorite WW Fluff Recipes

ten favorite ww fluff recipes

There are tons of variations of WW fluff from Zero Point Fluff made with made with sugar-free jello and fat free yogurt to fancier flavored concoctions that include fruit, cool whip and/or cottage cheese. The options seem endless.

Here’s a great collection of low calorie varieties of WW Fluff to tempt your tastebuds and satisfy a craving. Enjoy!

Collage with different types of Jello fluff in dessert glasses.

Collage with different types of Jello fluff in dessert glasses.

How Many Calories and Weight Watchers Points is Jello?

According to the WW App, a 4 ounce serving of sugar-free jello has zero points, while the same size serving of regular jello has 6 points. On WW Personal Points you can count on foods that are high in sugar being high in points!

There are 10 calories in a half cup of sugar-free jello and 80 in half cup serving of the regular kind with sugar.

2-Ingredient Creamy Jello Yogurt Fluff

Strawberry Jello yogurt fluff topped with strawberry slices.

2-Ingredient Creamy Jello Yogurt Zero Point Fluff

This easy creamy jello yogurt fluff is a new favorite in our house. Low in calories with Zero Points for me on WW Personal Points, it’s hard to beat when you are looking for a guiltless low calorie sweet treat. I’ve made it using all different jello flavors – strawberry, raspberry, orange, lime, mango etc.
Get the recipe here

WW 3-Ingredient Pineapple Fluff

Pineapple fluff topped with toasted coconut in dessert glass.

WW 3-Ingredient Pineapple Fluff

Pineapple fluff is a longtime favorite with the Weight Watchers set for good reason. It’s easy to make and delicious. A quick and easy no-cook cool whip dessert with just 3 ingredients everyone seems to love. Get the recipe here

WW Pumpkin Mousse Fluff

Pumpkin mousse fluff with apple slices and graham crackers.

WW Pumpkin Mousse Fluff

This recipe for WW Pumpkin Mousse (aka Pumpkin Fluff) has been floating around Weight Watchers meetings/workshops for years. It’s a deliciously sweet and creamy low calorie/WW Points alternative to pumpkin pie. Quick and easy to make, all you need is a bowl, whisk and 5 ingredients to whip up a batch of pumpkin mousse/fluff in minutes. Get the recipe here

Vintage Weight Watchers Coffee Fluff

Vintage Coffee Fluff topped with whipped cream in dessert glasses with spoons.

Weight Watchers Coffee Fluff

Here’s a fun vintage recipe for a low calorie dessert called “coffee fluff.” It’s essentially coffee and unflavored gelatin whipped to make it fluffy and then chilled until it becomes firm. A great low fat, low calorie, zero points treat for coffee lovers.  Get the recipe here

Pistachio Fluff

Pistachio fluff topped with sliced almonds in brown bowl.

WW Pistachio Fluff or Green Fluff or Watergate Salad

The basic recipe, calling for only two ingredients – Jello Instant Pistachio Pudding and Cool Whip, was first published by General Foods around the time of the Watergate scandal. It’s a popular dish at potlucks and family gatherings and goes by many different names, including: Shut the Gate Salad, Pistachio Delight, Green Goop, Green Goddess Salad, Green Fluff and Green Stuff.
Get the recipe here

WW Orange Delight Salad

Orange fluff salad in blue bowl.

Orange Delight Salad or Orange “Fluff”

This super easy to make luscious cool and creamy salad or dessert goes by lots of different names: WW Fluff, Orange Fluff, Orange Delight. But no matter what you call it, it’s delicious! Get the recipe

WW Chocolate Orange Fluff

Chocolate orange fluff with mandarin orange segments on white plate.

Photo Credit: The Pointed Kitchen

Made with fat free natural yogurt, sugar free jello / jelly and drinking chocolate, this chocolate orange fluff from The Pointed Kitchen is low in Smart Points and tastes like Terry’s chocolate orange in dessert form. Get the recipe

Lime Fluff

Lime fluff topped with lime zest.

Photo Credit: The Pointed Kitchen

This tasty mix of fat free yogurt and sugar free jelly (jello) whisked into a light and fluffy mousse like dessert is a another low calorie dessert winner from The Pointed Kitchen. Get the Recipe

WW Marshmallow Fluff 

Marshmallow fluff with fresh strawberries in dessert glass with spoon.

Photo Credit: The Pointed Kitchen

This Strawberry and Marshmallow Fluff is a tasty and fun Weight Watchers dessert recipe that’s low in Points. Get the recipe

WW Berry Cheesecake Fluff

Berry cheesecake fluff topped with fresh berries and mint.

Photo Credit: Nesting Lane

A delicious dessert or snack. You can customize to your taste by using Raspberries or Strawberries. This healthy quick and easy recipe is low calorie, low fat, and low carb. You can whip it up in 10 minutes then just let it chill and set. Get the recipe

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A longtime lifetime WW at goal, she is committed to balancing her love of food and desire to stay slim while savoring life and helping others do the same.

She is the author of the Smart Start 28-Day Weight Loss Challenge.

A huge fan of the slow cooker and confessed cookbook addict, when she’s not experimenting in the kitchen, you’re likely to find Martha on her yoga mat.

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