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Hi! I thought I'd post all the recipes here, so that they are easier to find. Please add your own variations!

 

From Dawn1943:

* Exported from MasterCook *

 

Pumpkin Fluff

 

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Serving Size : 8 Preparation Time :0:00

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Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method

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1 package Sugar Free Buttersotch Pudding(1 oz)

1 package sugar-free vanilla pudding and pie filling

2 cups skim milk

1 can pumpkin

1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice

 

Mix puddings and milk and mix then stir in pumpkin and spice.

Chill

 

WW 1 pt

 

Description:

"WW =1pt"

 

From Dottie's WeightLoss Zone:

 

Chocolate Fluff

 

1 1lb can pumpkin (not pie mix)

2 small ff sf instant pudding mix(Chocolate Fudge Flavor)

1 cup skim milk

mix well and refrigerate. Serve with ff cool whip

 

makes 4 servings 3/4 cup each.

 

(2 points)

 

From b_girl:

 

Pumpkin Fluff

 

1 - 15oz can pumpkin

1 pkg. fat-free sugar-free vanilla pudding

1 c. skim milk

1 - 8 oz. container. fat free cool whip

2 tsp. pumpkin spice

 

Using a mixer, blend pumpkin with dry pudding mix and milk. Fold in

Cool Whip. Chill.

 

1 cup = 2 pts.

 

From Duchess Talks Too Much:

 

Pumpkin Fluff

 

Serves 5 (approximately 1 cup servings)

 

1 large can pumpkin

1 small box fat-free, sugar-free vanilla pudding

1 small box fat-free, sugar-free butterscotch pudding

2 cups fat-free milk

pumpkin pie spice, to taste

 

Mix milk and puddings with hand mixer. Add pumpkin and spice. Chill.

 

Per serving: 130.2 calories, 0.9g fat (0.1g sat fat), 7g fiber.

 

US Points: 1.9

 

From Pammo:

 

FF SF Pumpkin Pudding

I just made this and it is delish!

 

1 pkg FF SF Vanilla Instant Pudding (1 oz)

2 cups FF milk

1/2 cup pumpkin

1/2 tsp pumpkin spice

 

Whisk milk and pudding mix for 2 minutes. Stir in pumpkin and spice. I got 6 servings at 1 point each, but you could get 3 HUGE servings at 2 points each. I poured 2 of the servings in to the mini graham cracker crusts for my kids.


Jeannette

 

"I have searched for the phrase "I shall walk the Earth and my hunger will know no bounds", but I keep getting redirected to Weight Watchers." Ianto Jones, Torchwood

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I made this Pumpkin Mousse for Thanksgiving.....it was AWESOME!! I do want to stress, you need the spices in it (I didn't have pumkin pie spice, so I used cinnamon, ginger and cloves....I was out of nutmeg) The spices change this recipe from adaquete to outstanding.

 

PUMPKIN MOUSSE

 

1 can pumpkin (15 oz)

2 pk F/F-S/F instant vanilla pudding

2 cups of skim milk

1 tub lite cool whip (8 oz)

1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice

 

 

Mix pudding with skim milk; when set add other ingredients

Serves 8

.5 points per serving???

 

When I got this recipe it said that it was .5 points per serving.

 

From my calculations, however, I found it to be 2 points per serving. It includes 8 points for a tub of fat free cool whip, 4 points for 2 pudding packages, and 4 points for 2 cups of skim milk (pumpkin being a 0 point veggie)

 

Each serving is about 3/4 cup.


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I love these recipes. I have noticed though that many sites do not count the points correctly.

 

Sarah


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Posted this numerous times, but this is where it really belongs I suppose. Not really fluff, but soft all the same...:)

 

15 oz can pumpkin

1 box spice cake mix

1/3 cup water

 

Mix all together in large bowl... spoon into 24 muffin cups. Makes muffins/cupcakes... a really great treat, esp. topped with some ff cool whip... I think I inspired many to make some on the twenties board. From what I have heard, they have all come out beautifully!

 

2 points each- great with coffee


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My mother-in-law makes a fluff she calls "watergate salad" that is very tasty!

 

A WW version would include:

 

A tub of fat free cool-whip

 

A package of fat free pistachio pudding

 

Green grapes (she uses the canned variety)

 

a small jar of Maraschino cherries, cut in half (I imagine these could be left out)

 

a small can of pineapple chunks.

 

Mix and chill!


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HW: 175ish

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Panda-- *Fresh* pumpkin is 0 points... but you have to count 1 point per cup of canned (according to WW food companion)... A 15 oz. can is 1.75 points. Plus, my jello s/f f/f pudding mix is 3 points per box, so 2 boxes would be 6 pts. This might make your recipe more than 2 points. If I've calculated yours or my recipe with too many points, someone smarter PLEASE speak up! I'd hate to deprive myself of this yummy stuff.

 

Okay, I made pumpkin fluff this way... And I it lowers the points some because you're using water rather than milk and 1 box of pudding mix (hence the addition of some splenda). Now, I don't know what the other version tastes like, but my version is purty darn tasty IMHO. Definitely edible.

 

1 15 oz can pumpkin (1.75 pts ) (Oddly, if you calculate the pts. yourself, it comes out to be 3 :( ... I assume the difference is that WW calculated it with all 14 grams of fiber, and we can only count 4)

 

1 box vanilla flavored jello sugar-free fat-free pudding mix (3 pts)

 

2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice. (0 pts)

 

1/4 c. splenda (0 pts)

 

1-1.5 cups water (just enough to "loosen up" the pumpkin) (0 pts)

 

1 8 oz tub fat free cool whip. (8 pts)

 

NB: You may like a little vanilla extract as well.

 

 

Combine pumpkin, pudding mix, splenda, and pie spice. Whisk in water, a little at a time. Fold in Cool Whip. Chill. Or just eat a serving, which is what I do ;)

 

The TOTAL points for the whole bowl is 12.75. The volume of the ingredients in their containers is about 6.5 cups... When you mix it all up, you whip in a pretty significant amount of air... So, say serving size is 1/10th of the bowl (1 cup-ish)...

 

Total Points per serving: 1 (1.275 if you wanna get technical)


Call me Tree (or Christie, but my pals usually go with Tree, even in 'real life')

5'5" Alright, fine, 5'4" and a half.

HW: 175ish

SW: 167.8

CW: 154.4

WWGW: 135? (Haven't set it yet)

PGW:127

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I made some of this pumpkin fluff last nite & it's so good.

I use half container of Cool Whip Free (the big size)

1 pack of ff sugar free vanilla pudding

1 can of pumpkin

I put in one cup servings I count 1 point?? If someone would tell me 1 or 2 that would be great.

I froze some & it's wonderful.

I just love pumpkin pie & that's all that it reminds me of.


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For this year they bought me Size 10!

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I am too thrilled with all of these recipes, oh yummy! We are having company tonight, and I am going to make the pumpkin fluff recipe, I know it will be a hit. They are all having pizza, I am having broc soup with toast (planning ahead)...and this will be too yummy for desert, and fluff does not taste diet AT ALL! thanks for sharing these!

 

MrsD


I make a choice to choose the JOY of the LORD today...and tomorrow...and to make each day count for HIM.

 

start weight 174

current weight 161

recommittment loss 3 pounds

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I ate mine without ice cream and counted 2 points..really good and easy..

HG's Ooey Gooey Cinnalicious Caramel Pumpkin Pudding

 

(1 dessert = 157 calories, 4g fat, 157mg sodium, 28g carbs, 1g fiber, 19g sugar, 3g protein - 3 WW points)

 

This recipe is a new HG fave. It's like a cross between a muffin and soft baked pudding...a perfect fall treat!

 

Ingredients:

1 box Betty Crocker Cinnamon Streusel Muffin Mix

1 15 oz. can pumpkin

1 cup water

1/4 cup Dreyer's/Edy's Grand Light Caramel Delight Ice Cream

 

Directions:

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Spray muffin tins with non-stick cooking spray. Combine cake mix, pumpkin and water, and mix ingredients together for a minute or two. It will be slightly lumpy. Spoon mixture into muffin pan. There will be enough batter for 20 "pudding" rounds. Top each with a spoonful of streudel topping from box, and bake for approximately 30 minutes. Let tin cool for 5-10 minutes before removing the "cakes." Serve warm with a small scoop (1/4 cup) of Caramel Delight Grand Light ice cream.

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.5 points per serving???

 

When I got this recipe it said that it was .5 points per serving.

 

From my calculations, however, I found it to be 2 points per serving. It includes 8 points for a tub of fat free cool whip, 4 points for 2 pudding packages, and 4 points for 2 cups of skim milk (pumpkin being a 0 point veggie)

 

Each serving is about 3/4 cup.

For CORE I think it's .5 pts because of the lite cool whip. Otherwise it's 2 points if you aren't on the CORE plan.

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I add a 8-oz. bar of fat free cream cheese to the pumpkin fluff and it tastes even better and creamier.

That would add a lot of extra calories. What does it raise the points value to?


Lisa

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I hadn't made this in a long time so I made some this weekend.

It was delicious!!

Thanks for the reminder of the recipe.


Tracey

highest weight: 296

Restart WW: 286.2

Current Weight:270

100 Days of Exercise Challenge: 28/100

TOTAL LOSS: 16.2

 

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I posted the almost exact same recipe under a seperate heading of Pumpkin Mousse not realizing that you guys had posted here. My leader gave me the recipe and said it was 8pts for the whole thing or 1 pt per serving. Hope this helps.

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how many points is it now on the new plan (points plus) ??? a serving is 3/4cup correct???

 

I just put it through Recipe Builder. I used the NI for a box of SF/FF vanilla pudding that I got off Calorie King. Looks like the points for the pudding went up by one point for a whole box? I'm on a learning curve here ... not as reliable with this as I was with all my previous recipes! If someone wants to double check me, that would be fine!! serves 8 - i believe it is 3/4 cups for 1 serving

 

Pumpkin Mousse

 

 

Ingredients

 

15 oz canned pumpkin (0 PP)

8 oz Cool Whip Whipped Topping Free Whipped Topping (8 PP)

2 cup(s) fat-free skim milk (4 PP)

1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice

2 whole boxes Jello SF FF Pudding Mix - (5 PP)

 

Instructions

 

 

Mix pudding with milk. When set, add other ingredients.

Serves 8


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