Weight Watchers Skinny Points Cheesecake


3 large eggs, beaten

3 cups plain Greek Yogurt

1 box instant cheesecake pudding mix, sugar free

3 tsp vanilla extract

3 tbsp powdered sugar substitute, such as Swerve

9 inch graham cracker crust, preferably homemade, with a sugar substitute


Step 1:

Preheat your oven to 375*

In a mixing bowl, combine each of the ingredients, beating the eggs one at a time after you add them.

Step 2:

In a bowl, combine 2 sleeves of graham crackers, and 2 tbsp butter, (optional 2 tbsp Swerve sugar substitute)

Press the graham cracker mixture into the bottom of a 9 inch baking pan, going slightly up the sides also.

Step 3:

Pour into the prepared pie crust and bake for 30 minutes.

Step 4:

Refrigerate overnight for the best results for serving.


Nutrition Information:


Amount Per Serving: CALORIES: 120 | TOTAL FAT: 22g | SATURATED FAT: 12g | TRANS FAT: 10g | CHOLESTEROL: 180mg | SODIUM: 28mg | CARBOHYDRATES: 140g | SUGAR: 18g | PROTEIN: 12g

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I use regular yogurt instead of Greek yogurt?

Greek yogurt is preferred for its thick consistency and higher protein content, which helps give the cheesecake structure.

However, if you don’t have Greek yogurt on hand, you can use regular yogurt, but the texture of the cheesecake may be slightly different.

Can I use a different flavor of pudding mix?

While this recipe calls for cheesecake pudding mix, you can experiment with other flavors such as vanilla or chocolate.

Just keep in mind that using a different flavor may alter the taste of the cheesecake.

Can I substitute the powdered sugar with a different sweetener?

Yes, you can use your preferred powdered sugar substitute, such as erythritol, stevia, or monk fruit sweetener.

Just make sure it’s a powdered form to ensure it blends well with the other ingredients.

Can I use a store-bought graham cracker crust instead of making one from scratch?

Yes, you can use a store-bought graham cracker crust to save time.

However, if you’re following Weight Watchers, be mindful of the added sugars in store-bought crusts.

You may want to look for a sugar-free or reduced-sugar option.

Can I make this cheesecake ahead of time for a special occasion?

Absolutely! In fact, this cheesecake is even better when made ahead of time and allowed to chill in the refrigerator overnight.

It gives the flavors time to meld together and results in a more cohesive texture.

Just be sure to plan ahead to allow for the overnight chilling period before serving.

Is this cheesecake suitable for those following the Weight Watchers program?

Yes, this cheesecake is designed with Weight Watchers in mind, as it uses lighter ingredients and is lower in points compared to traditional cheesecakes.

Can I substitute the sugar-free cheesecake pudding mix with another flavor?

Certainly! Feel free to experiment with different flavors of instant pudding mix to customize the cheesecake to your preference.

What can I use as a sugar substitute if I don’t have Swerve?

You can use your preferred powdered sugar substitute, such as erythritol or stevia, in place of Swerve.

Just ensure it’s suitable for baking and adjust the amount to taste.

Can I freeze the cheesecake for later consumption?

Yes, you can freeze the cheesecake for up to a few months.

Ensure it’s wrapped tightly in plastic wrap or stored in an airtight container to prevent freezer burn.

Thaw in the refrigerator overnight before serving for best results.

Can I reduce the baking time if I prefer a softer cheesecake texture?

You can adjust the baking time slightly if you prefer a softer texture.

Keep an eye on the cheesecake towards the end of the baking time and remove it from the oven when it reaches your desired consistency.

Can I add fruit or other toppings to the cheesecake?

Absolutely! Feel free to top the cheesecake with fresh fruit, fruit compote, whipped cream, or any other toppings of your choice to enhance its flavor and presentation.

Can I make this cheesecake in individual serving sizes instead of one large pie?

Yes, you can divide the cheesecake mixture into individual serving dishes or muffin tins lined with cupcake liners for portion control and easy serving.

Can I substitute almond flour or another gluten-free alternative for the graham cracker crust?

Yes, you can use almond flour or another gluten-free alternative for the crust to accommodate gluten-free diets.

Ensure the alternative crust is pressed firmly into the pan and baked according to the instructions for best results.




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