WW Recipe of the Day: 2-Ingredient Creamy Jello Yogurt Fluff
This easy creamy jello yogurt fluff is a new favorite in our house. Low in calories with Zero Weight Watchers SmartPoints on the Blue and Purple plans, it's hard to beat when you are looking for a guiltless low calorie sweet treat.
This quick and easy tasty low calorie treat has been popular in the Weight Watchers community for years. You'll find lots of variations of it all over the internet.
So imagine my surprise when I happened upon what I think to be the original recipe while flipping through the Jello Fun and Fabulous Recipes (affiliate link) Book from 1988.
This version calling for 1 package of (4 serving size) of sugar-free gelatin and 1 cup of plain yogurt whizzed together in the blender (affiliate link) results in a creamy light and luscious yogurt fluff more creamy and less dense than other variations I've sampled.
How Many Calories and WW Points in this Strawberry Jello Yogurt Fluff?
According to my calculations, each serving has 30 calories and:
1 *SmartPoints (Green plan)
0 *SmartPoints (Blue plan)
0 *SmartPoints (Purple plan)
1 *PointsPlus (Old plan)
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How to Make Easy Low Calorie Yogurt Jello Fluff Dessert
- Any flavor of sugar-free gelatin will work. Our favorites are orange, strawberry and raspberry.
- Experiment with adding and/or topping your yogurt fluff with different fruit - strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, canned pineapple, chopped apples, pears etc.
- You can use either fat-free plain yogurt or fat free plain Greek yogurt. You can also substitute cottage cheese for the yogurt if you prefer.
- The directions suggest making your fluff in the blender (affiliate link). If you prefer you could use a wire whisk and bowl or electric mixer (affiliate link) instead.
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2-Ingredient Creamy Jello Yogurt Fluff
- ¾ cup boiling water
- 1 packet sugar-free gelatin (4 serving size)
- ½ cup cold water
- ice cubes
- 1 cup plain non-fat yogurt (regular or Greek)
- Pour the boiling water into the blender. Add the gelatin.
- Cover the blender, being sure to hold the lid down to prevent the lid from popping off because of steam, and blend at low speed until the gelatin is completely dissolved, about 30 seconds.
- Combine the cold water and ice cubes to make 1-¼ cups. Add to the gelatin in the blender and stir until the ice is partially melted.
- Add the yogurt. Cover and blend at high speed for 30 to 45 seconds.
- Divide the mixture evenly between 5 dessert glasses, bowls or ramekins. Refrigerate until set, about 30 minutes.
Recipe source: Jello Fun and Fabulous Recipes (affiliate link)
*Points® calculated by WW. *PointsPlus® and SmartPoints® calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc. All recipe ingredients except optional items included in determining nutritional estimates. SmartPoints® values calculated WITHOUT each plan's ZeroPoint Foods (Green plan, Blue plan, Purple plan) using the WW Recipe Builder.
More Jello Recipes for Weight Watchers
- Skinny Upside Down Strawberry Jello Pretzel Salad
- Cranberry Jello Mold Salad Made Lighter
- Low Calorie Coffee Jello (Jelly)
- Vintage WW Coffee Fluff
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How long will this keep in the refrigerator? Can it be prepped to use over 5 days?
Hi Eileen, this should be fine in the fridge for several days. ~Martha
I made this just as it said and it turned watery. What did I do wrong.
Hi Judy, I really don't know. I've never had it turn out watery. ~Martha
I’m lactose intolerant so no regular yogurt. Can I use dairy free yogurt for this recipe? Love your website! It has so many great recipes.
Hi Rosa, I haven't tried this with dairy free yogurt but believe it would work well. Would love to know how it turns out for you. ~Martha
I made this recipe, using non-fat Greek yogurt and orange sugar free jello. Delicious! Will try again this week with raspberry!
Oh my goodness is this yummy!
I tried it with strawberry banana jello, and Fage nonfat plain yogurt.
I didn't use my blender, I used my electric mixer, and it came out wonderfully!
I think it looks good and sounds good..
But using a lot of jello recipes you are getting the red40 and yellow ,orange , green chemical ingredients. A lot of other nasty ingredients in jello too.
WW always encourages you to read the back of the box.?
Losing weight also means being careful what you put into your body.
Can I make this using pudding mix?
Hi Liza, Here's a recipe using yogurt and pudding mix: https://simple-nourished-living.com/2-ingredient-greek-yogurt-pudding-fluff/ ~Martha
Thank you so much for this recipe. My 85 year old mother has loved the name brand version of this treat for years. It has become very hard to find, expensive when I do find it, and not nearly as protein/nutrient rich as this recipe. To her delight this is even tastier and, since homemade, has that touch of made with love. Thank you for sharing.
Would the version she used to love be “Fruche”? I’ve just put my first batch in the fridge and praying it’s like that - I used to LOVE fruche!
How much ice do you use?
Fill a measuring cup with 1/2 cup water. Add the ice cubes required to bring the level in the measuring cup to 1-1/4 cups. The exact number of ice cubes will depend on their size. Hope this helps. ~Martha