This ice cream sandwich recipe is so beyond good, no one will have any idea that they are actually eating a healthy, Weight Watchers friendly one! Its rich, chocolate-y, decadent, and incredibly filling.

I’ve seen those puny little diet ice cream sandwiches that you can buy at the grocery store, and I don’t know about most of you, but I could easily eat like 3 of those in one sitting. So I came up with this quick and delicious ice cream dessert recipe that will definitely leave you feeling satisfied!

They key is in the Vitalicious VitaTops. If you haven’t seen my Friday post about the Deep Chocolate VitaTops Muffin Tops from Vitalicious, you’ve gotta check it out and give these babies a try. They are FULL of fiber and wonderful chocolate yumminess, so they are very filling, quite good for you, and yet they taste like chocolate cake! They are truly a dieter’s dream.

And they make this ice cream sandwich recipe a gourmet delight. With just 4 Weight Watchers Points per sandwich, this is one dessert that gives you an incredible bang for your buck. If it’s too big and chocolate-y for you to handle, just split it in half and share it with someone, thus making it a 2 Point dessert!

Vitalicious VitaTops Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe


  • 2 Deep Chocolate Vitalicious VitaTops
  • 1/2 cup Breyer’s Double Churn Fat Free Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream

**You can get creative with this recipe and use different flavors of ice cream, if you’d like, just make sure it’s within the 80-100 calorie range and less than 2g of fat per 1/2 cup. You can also try it with different flavors of Vitalicious VitaTops!


Pretty self explanatory, but for the sake of clarity, here’s what to do.

  1. Place one VitaTop bottom side up, and top it with 1/2 cup of the vanilla ice cream.
  2. Then, place the other VitaTop on top of the ice cream, with the bottom side down, and press firmly, thus creating your ice cream sandwich!

The recipe makes 1 full ice cream sandwich. Enjoy!

Serving size is 1 Ice Cream Sandwich
Each serving = 4 Weight Watchers Points

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