If you’ve got a hankering for apple pie but don’t want to blow a day’s worth of Points Plus on a small little slice, Dunkin’ Donuts’ Apple Pie Coffee is a pretty delicious alternative.
You guys…Girl Scout Cookies…in a coffee creamer. Can you really go wrong with that!?? I don’t always use flavored creamers in my coffee, though there are a few that I enjoy on occasion. However, I am OBSESSED with Girl Scout Cookies…Thin Mint and Caramel and Coconut in particular, so when I saw these Coffee-mate Girl Scouts Cookie Liquid Creamers hit store shelves, I practically flew home to brew a cup of coffee and give these a try.
I know we’ve all seen the Starbucks bottled Frappuccinos and the canned Refreshers and Espresso drinks at stores, but did you know that Starbucks has now brought bottled iced coffees to our local grocery stores too? Maybe it’s just me, but I was totally excited when I made this discovery. The Espresso drinks and Frappuccinos were always a bit heavy to me, and I’d MUCH rather have a lighter iced coffee. So now I can stock up on bottles of the Starbucks Low Calorie Iced Coffee at home, and save myself the hassle of stopping at Starbucks in the morning! And it’s just 1 Points + per bottle! So now I have a convenient and Weight Watchers friendy way of getting my java fix.
Truly an amazing seasonal drink, this Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe is a real treat at just 1 Points + per serving! Creamy, pumpkin-y and everything you’d expect, and it still has the whipped cream! I love the popular coffee shop version, but I’d rather save myself the $$ and the extra Points.
In about as much time as it takes to stand in line at Starbucks and order one of their Grande Light Frappuccinos, you can make one yourself at home and save about $4.00. Just try this Frozen Blended Cappuccino Recipe and enjoy the creamy, coffee flavored goodness that you know and love. Each DIY Frappuccino has just 2 Points +.