This is 4 points per serving (1/3 cup). I use this in a lot of my baking recipes when I need a more "cakier" crust than 2 ingredient dough. It's used in my Mini Apple Pies recipe and Blueberry Breakfast Bombs (among others). You can buy the baking mix here
These come in anise, vanilla or chocolate flavors. The chocolate are a little hard to find but if they don't sell them at your local grocery store, you can find and purchase a 6 pack of Reko Chocolate Pizzelles here.
Quick and tasty snack for when you are on the run. They are a little small so I usually eat them with fruit and / or yogurt. I like the light lemony flavor in these bars. They are crisp and a little chewy. You can find and buy Simply Protein Crispy Bars here.
I go through this very quickly because I use it on so many things. This seasoning is a WW favorite. I use it on various dishes such as hard boiled eggs, vegetables, salads, bagels and a number of dough recipes. You can find and buy Trader Joe's Everything But the Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend here.
My sister-in-law has hawk eyes when it comes to good finds at Trader Joes. She turned me on to these and they make a great addition to Greek salad. I use them often. I buy them at Trader Joe's or you can find and purchase Trader Joes Dolmas here.
Mini chocolate meringues - 5 meringues per serving. Sometimes I crumble them on top of greek yogurt with strawberries or raspberries. Just an idea here. I found these at my local Shoprite. I don't think they carry this specific brand nationwide, but there are other mini meringues that are probably similar in nutrition values.
About 30 crackers per serving. These have an authentic corn flavor - similar to a corn tortilla. They are crunchy and not too salty. I enjoy them with a topping of lean ground chicken and Salsa Verde, but you can add any toppings you like. You can find and buy Sanissimo Oven Baked Corn Cracker Bites here.
Cheese ravioli are a reasonable option (in moderation). I put these in soups, or have them with Marinara sauce, or sauteed vegetables. I don't know if your local grocery store will have this brand and size, but if you can scan or reference the nutrition label of any frozen cheese ravioli package, I bet you will find they are fairly low in points.