Cream Horns

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The lure of the bakery is never easy to resist, but with these slimming friendly Cream Horns you can enjoy a bakery style treat that’s low on calories and Points!

These Cream Horns are great with strawberries, but they would work well with any soft fruit of your choice – we recommend a mixture, including lots of berries.

If you love baking, why not serve these Cream Horns as part of an afternoon tea? We’ve got a whole heap of recipes which make up the perfect slimming friendly treats in our Top Slimming Afternoon Tea Recipes round-up!

These Cream Horns are surprisingly easy to make, but they really have the wow factor!

What diets are these Cream Horns suitable for?

This Cream Horns recipe is suitable for vegetarian diets.

It can be made gluten free as long as you swap out the following ingredients for gluten free versions:

  • Weight Watchers Wraps

Please make sure to double and triple check all of your ingredients if you’re cooking for people with allergies.

Do you need any special ingredients to make Cream Horns?

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If you are using a powdered sweetener, then please check how it compares to sugar. In some cases you’ll need to use less, as powdered sweeteners weigh less.

We’ve used quark as part of the filling for these Cream Horns. You could also use aerosol cream, but you would need to check the nutritional values accordingly. Aerosol cream doesn’t have the same stability as whipped quark, so if you use this then your Cream Horns would have to be eaten straight away.

How many calories are in these Cream Horns?

There are 129 calories per portion in these Cream Horns, which means they fall into our Everyday Light category. 

These Cream Horns are perfect if you’re following a calorie controlled diet, and fit well with any one of the major diet plans such as Weight Watchers. 

As a guide, an average man needs around 2,500kcal (10,500kJ) a day to maintain a healthy body weight. For an average woman, that figure is around 2,000kcal (8,400kJ) a day. Obviously, if your goal is to lose weight then you might want to adjust these slightly! You can read more about these recommendations on the NHS website.

Cream Horns

The lure of the bakery is never easy to resist, but with these slimming friendly Cream Horns you can enjoy a bakery style treat that's low on calories and Points!
  • Prep Time
    10 MINS
  • Cook Time
    10 MINS
  • KCals 129
  • Carbs 3G
  • WW Points:
  • 3 Green
  • 2 Blue
  • 2 Purple


  • 2 Weight Watchers Wraps
  • 1 egg Beaten
  • 2 tsp granulated sweetener
  • 125 grams quark
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 11 g white chocolate Options 1 sachet
  • 100 grams strawberries Or other soft fruit
  • low calorie cooking spray

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  1. Preheat the oven to 180ºC. Spray the cream horn moulds with low calorie cooking spray.
  2. Cut the Weight Watchers Wraps in half and wrap each half around a cream horn mould, pressing firmly. Brush with beaten egg and press firmly again to help the edges to stick.
  3. Sprinkle over some granulated sweetener, such as Sukrin Gold, and place on a baking tray. Cook in the oven for 10 minutes until golden.
  4. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, whip the quark, vanilla extract and White Chocolate Options sachet until light and fluffy. Cover and keep in the fridge. Remove the wrap cones from the oven and leave to cool completely.
  5. When the cones are completely cool, pop a couple of halved strawberries into the bottom and either pipe or spoon the creamy filling into them. Add some more strawberries to the top and enjoy!

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GillMonday 12th June 2023

What could be used instead of the mould I don’t have any


    SharonThursday 19th October 2023

    Hi Gill, you could use an ice cream cornet wrapped in kitchen foil as an alternative to a cream horn mould. Hope this helps!


TamaraSunday 24th April 2022

What can be used in place of quark ?


    HollyMonday 25th April 2022

    Hey Tamara, the best substitutes for quark in this recipe would be ricotta cheese, cream cheese or crème fraîche, hope that helps!


PollySunday 24th June 2018

Taste fantastic but my wrap wrapping skills need a lot of work ????
The mould.kept slipping out of the wrap as I wrapped lol
Will take pics when I’ve practised a bit more…


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