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Chocolate graham crackers, frozen whipped center, and a flavor that makes you feel like you’re cheating on your diet are just a few reasons that this recipe will be your new favorite!  This One Point Weight Watchers Ice Cream Sandwich is so good and today’s recipe is pretty similar to the original, with just a twist in the chocolate direction!   

It’s so simple and takes just a minute to make them, but it tastes so real, you’ll think you’re eating the real deal, kind of like how our Banana Nice Cream tastes just like premium ice cream for a fraction of the fat and calories! 

Bonus points for this recipe because it can easily be made into a Vegan Ice Cream Sandwich!

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Weight Watcher Ice Cream Sandwich

This frozen skinny treat is one of my favorites of all time! I’ll eat it any time of the year, but as a summer treat, this dessert is the perfect after-dinner snack!  Just pair it with a Southern Frozen Strawberry Lemonade drink & you’re set!  Berries & Chocolate.  😉 

Since this dessert is chocolate and only one weight watcher point, it’s my go-to snack!  The chocolate graham cracker with the frozen whipped creamy center makes this recipe a winner in my book!  You’ll think you’re eating a real Vanilla Ice Cream filled Chocolate Sandwich. 

You will need:

  • Chocolate Graham Crackers
  • Fat-Free Cool Whip

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To make Vegan Ice Cream Sandwiches:

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Weight Watchers Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches

How to Make Chocolate Weight Watcher Ice Cream Sandwiches

  • Break graham crackers in half
  • Lay them on wax paper or foil (so you can wrap them later)
  • Place 1 Tablespoon of fat-free Cool Whip one cracker square and spread the Cool Whip over the cracker

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  • Take another empty cracker square and place it on top of the cool whip (so it will be like an ice cream sandwich)

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  • Press lightly.
  • Wrap them in foil
  • Put them in the freezer until they are frozen (you can eat them before you freeze them, too, but I prefer them frozen). 
  • Once they are frozen, unwrap as you are ready to eat!  Enjoy!!! 

    Tip: Remember, unlike cookies or cake, which you probably allow to cool completely before enjoying, these ice cream sandwiches can be eaten as soon as you prepare them if you don’t want to wait for them to freeze! 😉   They are good either way! 

That’s all there is to this Chocolate Graham Cracker Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe!  Simple, right? 
Each of these delicious little sandwiches is only one Weight Watcher point. 

A piece of chocolate cake on a plate, with Graham cracker

When I was in college, my roommate (Julia) and I would try to find as many “skinny” recipes as possible.   We both snacked all day long, so finding recipes that worked for us was key!  I can remember the first time that we tried these Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches.  My aunt had called me to tell me about these Weight Watcher Ice Cream Sandwiches that were only one point. 

It was her idea to use the chocolate graham crackers instead of honey or cinnamon graham crackers (good decision!).    You could probably even use Chocolate Wafers for mini sandwiches if you figure out the point value.  My friend even adds a splash of vanilla extract for a vanilla kick!  She mixes it into the Cool Whip before spreading on the cracker. 

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These skinny ice cream sandwiches taste just like a real ice cream sandwich, but I like it even better!  I can eat it without feeling like I’ve overindulged, even when I have a few.   These are easy to whip up, so you can keep a few in your freezer at all times!  😉 

Copy-Cat Weight Watcher Recipes

Over the years, I’ve adapted quite a few Weight Watcher Recipes.  Here are just a few… 


  • This Peach Dump Cake has been a favorite in our house for years!  The ease of this cake combined with the buttery, fruitful, sweet taste makes it a winner!  It takes 2 minutes to prepare, 30 minutes to bakes & seconds to devour! haha! 
  • If you are a cookie fan, these chewy chocolate chip cookies are amazing!  Don’t miss the secret ingredient.   If you want a healthier version, try these Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Do you want a one-minute dessert?  This chocolate mug cake is my pick!  It’s simple, melty, chocolatey, and amazing! 
  • Another frozen chocolatey treat is this Peanut Butter & Cocoa Ice Box Pie!  Yum! 
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Weight Watcher Ice Cream Sandwiches

These delicious chocolate frozen dessert are going to be your new favorite for only 1 WW point!


  • Chocolate Graham Crackers
  • Fat Free Cool Whip 


  1. Break graham crackers in half.
  2. Lay them on wax paper or foil (so you can wrap them later)
  3. Place 1 Tablespoon of fat-free Cool Whip one square and spread over the cracker
  4. Take another empty square  and place it on top of the cool whip (so it will be like an ice cream sandwich)
  5. Press lightly.
  6. Wrap them in foil
  7. Put them in the freezer until they are frozen
  8. Enjoy!




Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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  1. Genius!! I have def been known to eat cool whip by the spoonful because as a macro counter, it’s relatively friendly! Although eating too much fat free cool whip tends to make my stomach hurt…
    Thanks for the idea!

    1. I guess it’s all about the graham cracker you use because I used Shoprite chocolate ones and when I made this each was 3 FS pts. I’m sure the pts are less if you use the reduced sugar graham crackers but they didn’t have those in the chocolate flavor 😞.