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Weight Watchers Points for Halloween Candy

Weight Watchers Points for Halloween Candy

Weight Watchers Points for Halloween Candy The Connecticut Pos has a list of how many points each piece of Halloween candy is on their Recipe Box blog. I thought it was so useful that I’m also posting the list on EvolvingStacey.com. All credit goes to Ruth Fantasia at ctpost.com.

I find this really interesting because I’ve been counting each fun size piece of candy as 2 points and see here that some are definitely higher than 2 points.

  • Almond Joy, snack size = 2 Points Plus
  • Baby Ruth bar, fun size = 2 Points Plus
  • Bit-O-Honey, 1 piece = 1 Points Plus, 6 pieces = 4 Points Plus
  • Butterfinger, fun size = 3 Points Plus
  • Candy corn, 20 pieces = 4 Points Plus
  • Charms Blow Pop, 1 pop = 2 Points Plus
  • Nestle Crunch, fun size = 2 Points Plus
  • Dots, fun size = 2 Points Plus
  • Gummi Bears, 14 pieces = 3 Points Plus
  • Heath Bar, snack size = 7 Points Plus
  • Hersheys milk chocolate bar, snack size = 6 Points Plus
  • Hersheys miniatures, any flavor, 5 pieces = 6 Points Plus
  • Kit-Kat, snack size, three 2-piece bars = 6 Points Plus
  • Lemonheads, fun-size, 1 pouch = 1 Points Plus
  • M&Ms milk chocolate, fun size, 1 package  = 2 Points Plus
  • M&Ms peanut, fun size, 1 package  = 3 Points Plus
  • M&Ms milk chocolate, fun size, 1 package  = 2 Points Plus
  • Mounds, fun size = 3 Points Plus
  • Nerds, 1 box = 1 Points Plus
  • Oh Henry!, miniature = 2 Points Plus
  • Pay Day, fun size = 3 Points Plus
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, 2 = 6 Points Plus
  • Reese’s Pieces, 51 pieces = 5 Points Plus
  • Skittles, original fruit, fun size = 2 Points Plus
  • Snickers, fun size = 2 Points Plus
  • Take 5, fun size = 6 Points Plus
  • Tootsie Roll midgets, 6 pieces = 4 Points Plus
  • Twix, fun size = 2 Points Plus
  • Twizzler Twists, fun size = 4 Points Plus
  • Whoppers, fun size = 2 Points Plus
  • York Peppermint Patty, fun size = 1 Points Plus

How are You Allocating Your Points for Halloween?



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  • LOVE THIS! What a great idea to have all the points! It will totally keep me from going into my work’s candy drawer since I know BEFORE what I’d be getting in to!

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  • Liz – That is exactly why I posted this list. I am allowing myself to eat Halloween candy, but this list is keeping me (and my points) in check!

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  • This is great!! I just started WW so this helped tremendously.

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  • Hi stacey

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  • hi Stacy, I am actually on Weight Watchers right now and I would love to get tips ideas just have someone that understands what I’m going through. Talk to you soon Lindsey

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  • Hi Stacey,

    I’m a Weight Watchers Leader and I’ll be handing this out this week. I ALWAYS have this handy and always give copies to my members. I’m a Professional Chocolate Eater!! ;) BUT as long as you count it, you can certainly have what you want. You certainly ROCK for taking time to type this!! Thanks a bunch!
    Tammy:)

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