These WW 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies are the perfect Weight Watchers dessert or WW brownie!! I know I am obsessed with sweets, and I love that I can still have sweets on the Weight Watchers plan! I found these 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies in a Facebook group being talked about and had to try them out!
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It’s amazing how easy these are to make up! All you need to do is mix up the two ingredients, and bam, great brownies!! The kids liked them, but I thought it was more like a thick fudge consistency and not like a real brownie. They were still pretty good but not a huge favorite of mine. I may try using a different variety of brownie mix the next time.
2 Ingredients Pumpkin Brownies Ingredients:
- Canned Pumpkin– Fresh pumpkin puree will cook differently than canned pumpkin puree.
- Fudge Brownie Box Mix-I used fudgy brownie mix because that is the constancy my family likes and prefers. You can use a different variety or a dark chocolate variety as well. Instead of pumpkin brownies with brownie mix, you can also use a homemade brownie.
**You will not need the oil, water, or eggs listed on the box mix, just the brownie mix powder in the bag in the box**
How TO Make WW 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies:
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
Spray a 9X13 pan (I used a Pyrex Pan) with a nonstick spray, if you grease the pan with Crisco it will add points and calories to the recipe.
Mix together both the pumpkin and brownie mix in a bowl.
**Pro-Tip** This is a thick batter, add the dry powder slowly to the wet pumpkin in the bowl**
It gets really thick, I slowly added in the brownie mix and it was still hard to mix up with a whisk.
Bake for about 15-20 minutes and be sure to check for being cooked through
They are thick enough you could cut them like fudge for a get-together or potluck this fall.
How to store WEight Watchers 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies
Either store in the pan with a lid or move to an airtight container. Keep sealed for up to 5 days, though mine didn’t last that long with kids.
What is your go-to Pumpkin recipe for fall? Have you tried the 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies??
Pumpkin recipes to make
We love to cook with pumpkins, and even make pumpkin dog treats!! Check out all my pumpkin recipes!!
- Homemade Pumpkin Bread-Love everything, pumpkin spice?? This Homemade Pumpkin bread is the perfect way to bring in cooler weather or dream of fall and everything baking!!! Easy frugal bread to make and freeze!
- 2 Ingredients Pumpkin Spice Muffins-These Pumpkin Spice Weight Watchers 2 Weight Watchers points with only three ingredients! They are the perfect pumpkin fall treat the whole family will love!
- 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownie-These 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies are quick and easy; low Weight Watchers points dessert! They are fudge-like in their consistency!
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2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies
- Pyrex Cake Pan
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Spray a 9X13 pan (I used a Pyrex Pan) with a nonstick spray
- Mix together both the pumpkin and brownie mix in a bowl. It gets really thick, I slowly added in the brownie mix and it was still hard to mix up with a whisk.
- Bake for about 15-20 minutes and be sure to check for being cooked through
- They are thick enough you could cut them like fudge for a get-together or potluck this fall.