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27 October 2015

Weight Watchers Snack Ideas || 1 Point Frozen Yogurt Cereal Bites

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I've been a member of Weight Watchers® for about 10 years. I'm not perfect, and they don't expect me to be. One thing that really stuck with me when I first joined Weight Watchers is that it is a lifestyle change, not a diet. The Weight Watchers approach encourages you to wake up everyday and make good choices for your health. If you do that, you'll never have to diet a day in your life.

More importantly, you'll never have to feel like you're dieting or deprived. 

My biggest obstacle is hunger pain, I need something I can grab and eat at a moment's notice. If I have a plan for lunch, dinner and snacks, I won't deviate. I've started to take greek yogurt and fruit (apple, orange, peach or plum) with me to work, because I struggle in the morning hours. If I have something on hand to eat, I won't raid work's vending machine.

I found this awesome recipe for granola bites on Pinterest the other day, and I knew they would be perfect to always have available in the freezer. Granola isn't my favorite, so I decided to use a few of the different Weight Watchers cereals I found at Walmart the other day instead. I picked up the Oat Clusters with Cherries & Almonds, the Oat Clusters with Almonds and the Whole Grain Honey Nut Toasted Oats.



These Weight Watchers Cereal Yogurt Bites are a fantastic breakfast or snack idea, because they are only ONE POINT for 2 bites!!! Trust me, they are just as delicious as they are pretty. Instagram is calling your name on these bad boys, ahem.

Weight Watchers Cereal Yogurt Bites

Ingredients
3 Strawberries, sliced
Handful of Blueberries
Handful of Blackberries
2 containers (5.3 oz each) of Greek Yogurt, I used strawberry and mixed berry
Mini muffin tin and liners









Directions  

Line your mini muffin tin with paper liners






Fill the bottom layer with your choice of cereal. 


Add a dollop of greek yogurt as the next layer. 


Add your mixed berries on top of the yogurt. 




Pop your treats in the freezer for about 3 hours.





When frozen, remove and eat! Store the remaining bites in a ziplock freezer bag for easy snacking. 











Are you interested in learning more about the Weight Watchers line of products?  Select Walmart locations will be hosting a Weight Watchers demo, from 10/29 through 11/1. 

Walmart demo hours:
10/29 - Thursday 12:30-7:00 PM
10/30 - Friday 12:30-7:00 PM
10/31 - Saturday 10:00-4:30 PM
11/1 - Sunday 12:30-7:00


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5 comments :

  1. These look delicious! That's so funny I was a Weight Watchers member since 2012 and just cancelled it the other day...I actually miss it though...even if you aren't actively doing the program its nice to be able to use the scanner to see how bad the things you're eating are!

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  2. Those look super good! One snack I've been seeing on Pinterest that I've wanted to try, somewhat similar, is blueberries dipped in greek yogurt and frozen :)

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  3. I love this! The only problem for me is that it needs to stay cold... and that's hard for me with work haha

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  4. These are great. Going to make some for the family today. We are always looking for things to snack on and with Halloween coming up, I'd much rather grab one of these than a piece of candy. #client

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