Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches are made with just 3-ingredients & count as just 2 points. A simple frozen dessert & curbs that sweet craving. So good!
My friends, I have found a favorite when it comes to desserts. You see, in an effort to be more conscious of my food choices, I have been on the self-plan for counting points. By doing this it helps me identify just how much I really shouldn’t be eating.
It has also helped me to watch portions better & understand how things can add up so quickly. My issue has always been sweets. I can do really well all day long & eat nothing but zero point foods. Then at dinner & start pushing the limits. But then I really crave dessert.
But man, it’s so hard to enjoy things anymore when I know how many points it’s going to cost me. It really does take the pleasure right out of whatever dessert I want to have.
So I decided to combine a couple of different recipes that I have seen on a multitude of sites for these Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches. It’s been floating about for a while now & I just had to see for myself.
They are just 2 points per rectangle & don’t taste skinny at all. I can “indulge” without really indulging & leave all the guilt behind.
Here are some commonly asked questions
HOW DO YOU MAKE Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches?
- Line a 9×13 pan with parchment paper (or you can use a 9×9 square).
- Place 10 graham crackers (full rectangles) in the bottom of the pan.
- In a large bowl, combine whipped topping & yogurt until smooth.
- Pour over graham crackers & smooth out.
- Place remaining graham cracker rectangles on top.
- Freeze at least 6 hours.
- Thaw on the counter approx 15 mins before cutting.
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With just 3 ingredients for these, it makes it pretty simple. I usually have my daughter whip these up after breakfast so they are ready for us to enjoy after dinner. It’s just low-fat yogurt, low-fat whipped topping & graham crackers. Yep- that’s it.
Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches
I mix it up with different flavors of yogurt & even picked up some chocolate graham crackers for variety. Sometimes we like to add other things like flavor syrups – but those do have & add calories which then changes the point count. So we save those for the weekend & try to not do it too often.
Are weight watchers desserts healthy?
Honestly, I’m not the expert on healthy eating. While this recipe was created with points in mind, I don’t make a ton of WW Desserts or weight watchers recipes in general. We typically find something that works for us & that the family likes & we stick to it.
I don’t really follow weight watchers as strictly as I should but I feel that when I find little things (like these ice cream sandwiches) that help me make better choices, that isn’t a bad thing. Do I still indulge in candy, cake & goodies? Yes, in moderation. All things in moderation.
Can I replace the graham crackers with something else?
Sure can. If you want to make these round, try these Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers with a dollop of the semi-frozen mixture. You will have to still whip up the filling & then freeze it in an airtight container. Then scoop out what you need to make these mini sandwiches.
How do these equal 2 points?
Make your cuts at the perforations on the graham crackers. This will make your sandwiches into small rectangle shaped bars. Those bars make these 2 points. You should be able to make approx 20-21 bars in this batch. If you don’t mind enjoying 4 points – just cut them into squares as pictured here.
Can I use different flavored yogurt instead?
Yes, absolutely, providing that you get just the flavors & not the fruit on the bottom, which contains a ton of added sugar. Keep in mind that the calorie & sugar content might increase if you pick a different flavor, which would probably change the point count a bit too. That being said, we do switch it up occasionally & it is delicious.
How long can I store ice cream sandwiches in the freezer?
I typically like to get through them in about a week. My daughter will whip some up on a Friday morning so we have them for dessert that night. I will pull them out for dessert a few times throughout the week & over the following weekend. I would think they would stay relatively fresh for a couple weeks or more if you keep them stored in an airtight container.
Ice Cream Sandwich
To make this recipe you will need…
- graham crackers
- low-fat yogurt
- low-fat whipped topping
We have these pretty much every night. I love that this recipe makes 20 sandwiches- so there’s enough for the 5 of us for 4 nights.
Definitely a great way to help me feel like I’m not depriving myself while trying to make better choices. Because if I’m going to be successful at something, I have to enjoy it enough to WANT to do it.
Products I love when making Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches…
These Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches are so easy and delicious – and you probably already have many of these items on hand like I do! OR If you’ve never made homemade ice cream sandwiches before, you might be a bit cautious – but you’re going to love the how simple these are & how good they taste. I have made a list below of the things I absolutely can’t live without when it comes to making this frozen dessert.
It’s so easy & guilty-free.
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Easy Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches
- 20 graham crackers
- 1 tub low-fat yogurt 32oz
- 1 tub low-fat whipped topping 16 oz - thawed
- Line a 9x13 pan with parchment paper (or you can use a 9x9 square)
- Place 10 graham crackers (full rectangles) in the bottom of the pan
- In a large bowl, combine whipped topping & yogurt until smooth
- Pour over graham crackers & smooth out
- Place remaining graham cracker rectangles on top
- Freeze at least 6 hours
- Thaw on counter approx 15 mins before cutting