Indulging in a guilt-free frozen delight is now possible with this homemade 0-point ice cream, crafted with health-conscious ingredients. Harnessing the goodness of non-fat Greek yogurt and vibrant, fresh or frozen fruits, this refreshing treat promises a delightful fusion of flavors while keeping those WW points at bay.

The simplicity of the recipe lies in blending together 2 cups of non-fat Greek yogurt with 1-2 cups of your favorite fruits, such as berries, mango, or pineapple. For those with a sweet tooth, a touch of a sugar substitute or honey can be added, though it’s entirely optional. A teaspoon of vanilla extract further enhances the taste profile, offering a hint of sweetness without the guilt.

Whether you have an ice cream maker or not, this recipe accommodates both methods. If using an ice cream maker, simply churn the blended mixture according to the manufacturer’s instructions. For those without the equipment, pouring the mixture into a shallow dish and stirring intermittently as it freezes achieves the desired consistency.

With each creamy spoonful, you savor a treat that is not only delicious but also in harmony with your wellness goals. This 0-point ice cream represents a delightful compromise between flavor and health, making it a perfect choice for those moments when a sweet craving strikes but you’re mindful of those WW points. Serve it on its own or top it with additional fresh fruit for a truly satisfying, guilt-free frozen dessert experience.

0 point ice cream


  1. 2 cups non-fat Greek yogurt
  2. 1-2 cups of your favorite fresh or frozen fruit (e.g., berries, mango, pineapple)
  3. 1-2 tablespoons of a sugar substitute or honey (optional, depending on your sweetness preference)
  4. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)


  1. In a blender or food processor, combine non-fat Greek yogurt, your chosen fruit, sugar substitute or honey (if using), and vanilla extract (if using).
  2. Blend the mixture until smooth and well combined.
  3. Taste the mixture and adjust the sweetness if necessary.
  4. Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and churn according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can pour the mixture into a shallow dish and freeze, stirring every 30 minutes until it reaches your desired consistency.
  5. Once the ice cream reaches the desired consistency, transfer it to a container and freeze for a few hours or overnight.
  6. Serve the 0-point ice cream on its own or with additional fruit as a topping.

Here’s a rough estimate for the nutritional content of a serving (approximately 1/2 cup) of this 0-point ice cream:

  • Calories: Around 60-100 calories (mainly from the yogurt and fruit)
  • Protein: 6-10 grams (mainly from the Greek yogurt)
  • Carbohydrates: 10-20 grams (from the fruit and any added sweeteners)
  • Fat: Virtually none or minimal (since the recipe uses non-fat Greek yogurt)

Keep in mind that these are general estimates, and the actual nutritional content may vary based on the specific ingredients and quantities you use. If you have specific dietary concerns or if you’re following the Weight Watchers program, it’s always a good idea to check the nutritional information on the packaging of your ingredients or use a nutrition calculator to get more accurate values.