Looking For A Weight Watchers Dessert To Serve During Easter Dinner?


When the holidays come around, there’s always trouble for me. I can’t help myself. I eat and repeat. Eat and repeat. Telling myself to not eat an appetizer is like telling myself not to breath. Impossible. So instead of doing without, why not try to change what you actually serve. That way if you do indulge, it’s a healthier alternative.

Here’s the recipe for Weight Watcher’s  ‘Plum, Mint and Lemon Sorbet Sundaes’ that would be perfect for this Sunday’s festivities.


* 4 medium plums, red, pitted, thinly sliced
* 16 mint leaves, minced
* 4 tsp sugar
* 3 cups sorbet, lemon-variety


1. In a large bowl, toss together plums, mint and sugar; refrigerate at least 1 hour or up to 24 hours.
2. Place 1/4 cup scoop of sorbet in each of six bowls; spoon 1/4 cup of plums and a teaspoon or two of their juice over top.

Serving size: 1 sundae

Makes 12 servings
POINTS® value per serving: 1

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