These Sprinkled Chocolate Fudge Cookie Bites are perfect for a cookie swap or to put out on a holiday table. You’d never guess they’re Weight Watchers cookies! This lightened up fudge cookie recipe is a nice break from all the indulgences, while still being delicious.
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Serve these fudge cookie bites on a holiday cookie spread alongside Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (not typical, but a nice change), Chocolate Dipped Shortbread Cookies, and French Sables Korova.
CHOCOLATE FUDGE COOKIE BITES
I used to receive the Weight Watchers magazine and tried quite a few of the recipes. I know the point system has changed many times over the years, but this is still a Weight Watchers cookie recipe.
You wouldn’t know by tasting them, but they are a lightened up cookie that uses applesauce along with a little butter.
They are bite size, which helps with the calorie count.
Adding sprinkles to them ups that calorie count, but it makes them so festive.
CHOCOLATE FUDGE COOKIE BITE INGREDIENTS
- Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
- Vanilla Extract
- Baking Powder
Unrelated, I posted a meme on Facebook the other day about whether, when asked, you refer to your kids’ age in months or years and got quite a few responses (see it here), some snarkier than I cared for.
Let me be clear, I would never refer to a two year old as 24 months. That’s weird. And annoying. I was asking more about my 20 month old who’s over 1.5 but not quite 2. There’s a big difference between a 15 month old and a 20 month old.
I get that most people are just asking to be asking, they probably don’t actually care, but after tracking a pregnancy for 40 weeks, week-by-week, then switching to months for an infant, it’s hard to switch over to years.
For the record, I generally say “she’ll be 2 in March” or something to that effect.
Also for the record, sometimes I ask annoying things on FB just to bring people out of the woodwork & interact with me #missionaccomplished
AMAZON TOOLS TO HELP YOU:
- Baking Sheets – I like baking sheets that have a lip…so nothing slides off.
- Mixing Bowls – These are my favorite mixing bowls. They have grippy bottoms and are really pretty.
- Sprinkles! – Christmas sprinkles, or any other color you like.
- Wire Cooling Rack – To properly cool your cookies.
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Originally published December 8, 2015
Becky A. says
These are tasty little bites! If I make 40 how many WW points each are they? I am on the blue track.
Thanks for posting!
Melissa Williams says
Hi, I’m sorry I’m not familiar with the different point systems/tracks!