Low Calorie Cookies
Are you counting calories and looking for Low Calorie Cookies that will fit into your daily calorie 'budget'? Then look no further! This list of 15 of some of the tastiest store brought lower calorie cookies will help guide you in the right direction.
I have included the calorie count per serving - sometimes that's just one cookie but sometimes it can be four! I've added the information on serving sizes for you and also where they are available to buy.
I have also included the Weight Watchers Personal Points per serving for those of you following the WW plan.
As cookies are typically high in both fat and sugar they also tend to be high in calories. But I have found a selection of cookies that are a little lower in calories meaning that snacking on a cookie or two won't break your diet.
Whilst looking into the calorie content of different cookies, I was shocked at just how many calories some contained! For example, a molasses cookie from Trader Joes is 150 calories & a particular brand of Stroopwafel Dutch Caramel Wafer was an eye watering 190 calories per cookie!
Now, I like cookies but I don't want to use 1/10th of my daily calorie allocation on just one cookie!
But with some of the cookie choices I have listed below, I am able to eat a couple of cookies for less than 50 calories (or 2 WW Personal Points) which, in my book, is a win!
I hope that you find a low calorie cookie that fits both your taste and calorie allocation! If you have a particular favorite from the list or if there are others that you feel need to be added to the list, make sure you let me know by leaving comment below.
Oreo Thins are 140 calories for 4 cookies (or around 35 calories each).
They work out at 7 Points for 4 cookies on the Weight Watchers Personal Points plan (for me).
They are available to buy at most large food stores across the US and Europe.
I love these Gullon Sugar Free Shortbread biscuits which work out at 29 calories per cookie.
They work out at 1 Weight Watchers Personal Points per cookie for me.
They are available to buy in store and online at Walmart along with a number of other larger stores.
Honey Maid Honey Graham Crackers work out at 130 calories for 8 crackers. The cinnamon ones work out the same but the Low Fat Honey Graham Crackers work out a little more at 140 calories for 8 crackers!
They work out at 5 Points per 8 cookies for me on the Weight Watchers Personal Points plan.
All versions of these tasty crackers are widely available across the US.
These tasty vanilla Waters from Whole Foods Market work out at 140 calories for 7 wafers (20 calories per wafer).
Seven wafers work out at 6 Points on my Weight Watchers Personal Points plan.
They are organic and are available to buy from Whole Foods Market.
These Salted Caramel Cookie Thins work out at 60 calories for 4 (or 15 calories per thin).
They work out at 3 Weight Watchers Personal Points for 4 on my plan.
They are available to buy from Whole Foods Market.
Maria Cookies are 60 calories for 4 cookies (or 15 calories each)
On the Weight Watchers Personal Points plan they work out at 5 Points for 8 cookies for me!
A number of different companies make Maria cookies and most work out at approx the same calories / Points.
If you are looking for a nice buttery shortbread then these Murray Sugar Free Shortbread cookies work out at 130 calories for 8 cookies
On the Weight Watchers Personal Points plan I can have 8 cookies for 4 Points.
They are widely available to buy throughout the US and can also be purchased online from Amazon & Walmart!
These Gullon Sugar Free digestive biscuits work out at 57 calories per biscuit.
You can have 2 digestive biscuits for 3 Points on the Weight Watchers Personal Points plan.
Widely available to buy from larger stores in the US and online from Walmart & Amazon.
These Mini Nilla Wafers come in a snack pack that work out at 130 cals each.
Nilla Wafers work out at 7 Weight Watchers Personal Points for 8 wafers for me.
Widely available to buy in store or online.
If you can find them (!) these Fat Free Fig Cookies work out at 90 cals for 2!
Thats 4 Weight Watchers Personal Points for 2 cookies for me!
The fat free version of these popular cookies aren't as widely available as the original version (see below) but when you can find them they are worth it!
Newtons Soft & Chewy Fig Cookies work out at 100 cals for 2 or 50 calories each!
On the Weight Watchers Personal Points plan you can have 2 cookies for 4 Points (or one for 2 Points).
Widely available in larger stores such as Walmart & Target.
If you love wafers then these Sugar Free Vanilla Wafers work out at 130 calories for 3 wafers.
For me they work out at 5 Weight Watchers Personal Points for 3 wafers.
They are available to buy in store at larger shops such as Target & Walmart or online from Amazon.
You get 7 HighKey mini cookies for 130 calories (so about 18 calories per mini cookie).
They work out at 6 Weight Watchers Personal Points for 7 pieces.
Available to buy from Target, Kroger and Whole Foods Market. You can also buy them online from the HighKey store.
These Chessmen Butter Cookies are 120 calories for 3 cookies or 40 calories per cookie.
They work out at 2 Points per cookie for me on the Weight Watchers Personal Points plan.
Widely available from stores across the US including Target , Walmart & Krogers.
Lotus Biscoff cookies are 75 calories for 2 cookies.
If you follow the WW plan then they are 4 Personal Points for 2 cookies.
Widely available to buy throughout the US & Europe.
Calories in Cookies
The calorie information I have given for each of the cookies in this list was taken from the nutritional information on the packets of cookies or from the brand website.
It should be mentioned that from time to time brands can change their products slightly, thereby changing the nutritional information.
How I worked out the WW Points
I worked out the Weight Watchers Personal Points for these cookies using the official WW App. I would suggest checking on your WW App for the Point value for your Personal Points plan.