We are creating new family traditions with Weight Watchers Faux Blueberry Pie! Keep reading for the delish deets!
As kids growing up in Brooklyn, my sisters and I would spend every July 4th watching our neighbors from our stoop as they broke out their stockpile of firecrackers and sparklers while our dad flipped burgers on our tiny charcoal-heated grill.
We were content eating those charred burgers and if one of our neighbors offered us a sparkler, for all three of our little hands to grasp in unison, it was a good holiday.
All we needed was to indulge in some good food (or to Indulge in this Weight Watchers Faux Blueberry Pie Recipe just 2 Smart Points Per Serving keep reading for the recipe!).
Thinking back on it now, I kind of ache for the simplicity of my childhood’s Fourth of July plans. Which is why this Fourth of July I’ll be busy just chillin on this here Ole Island of mine- grilling up veggie burgers while my son runs through our lawn sprinkler as I Indulge in this Weight Watchers Faux Blueberry Pie Recipe just 2 Smart Points Per Serving.
See unlike my need to keep my kids on a treadmill of activity from sun-up to sundown, those weekends never involved my parents jockeying for the best spot on Pier 17 to catch a glimpse of the Macy’s fireworks show or dashing about town to make sure their kids got a proper red-white-and-blue face-painting.
While I’m grateful for the overwhelming abundance of child-friendly activities New York City’s various institutions offer my kids — which were virtually non-existent when I was a child — this holiday I’m ready to take a bit of a break from the weekend activity hustle. What better way to Treat yourself and take a break from all the hustle than to Indulge in this Weight Watchers Faux Blueberry Pie Recipe just 2 Smart Points Per Serving!
More Weight Watchers Recipes
If you want more ideas for great desserts, check out some of my favorite Weight Watchers friendly ideas below!