San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 04, 2012
Weight Watchers dessert recipes actually incorporate a number of foods that some dieters may mistakenly believe are “too good to be good for you”. There is also a misconception that dieters should avoid all desserts. Unfortunately, this denial of any “fun” foods leads to uncontrolled cravings and is often the undoing of diets.
Weight Watchers dessert recipes help to control these cravings, by providing delicious and satisfying snacks which dieters can indulge in without defeating their dieting efforts. Recipes include things like mini-cheesecakes that rack up only 2 plus points, chocolate banana pie that is only 3 points per slice, pumpkin smoothies also at 3 plus points and creamy frozen coco-pineapple pops that are only 1 point per serving. These yummy treats can help to curb the craving for unhealthy sweets and are also very healthy, as many of them incorporate healthful fruits that are rich in antioxidants and vitamins.
As the Weight Watchers website states, “Feeling satisfied is the key to long term success”. This is why the Weight Watchers dessert recipes are so important. If things that are deemed “treats” are withheld, the mind seems to want those things even more. These recipes help to satisfy these cravings in a healthy, diet appropriate way, thus eliminating most of the risk of backsliding on the diet plan or giving up all together because resisting temptation just seems too difficult.
There are also many other recipes that dieters can try, if sweets are not really that person’s thing. There are thousands of user recipes for favorites like slow cooked Jamaican Jerk Chicken, baked sweet potato “fries” and other delicious snack foods. A full Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes review gives more details.