When I make the gnocchi I start by weighing out the right portion size (140g) on my scale. That way I know exactly how many calories I'm eating. Amazingly, a 140g serving is only 170 calories, 2.5g of fat, and 3g of fiber (3 weight watchers points), so if you are making the gnocchi for your lunch or dinner, you might consider eating 1.5 portions or even 2 portions which is plenty to fill you up (since it is made with filling potatoes and cheese). Sometimes instead of increasing the portion of the gnocchi, I add some of my favorite spaghetti sauce (I haven't had a chance to blog about it yet, but it is 1 WW point per serving) since I'm a huge sauce fan! I also sometimes add some italian herbs (like garlic and oregano and red peppers) to spice up the dish to my liking.
You can buy this Gnocchi dish in the frozen section of Trader Joes. It makes a great low calorie lunch option or even a low calorie dinner. Just don't forget to make it if it ends up buried in the back of your freezer (that happens to me sometimes!).