if you make your own recipes, use sparkrecipes.com
[it can also be found under the healthy lifestyles tab] to figure out the nutrition info for the recipes. the idea of spark is to be in your ranges, not to eat exactly what is on the meal plans. so if you are in range, you're good.
spark's meal plans are constructed by computer. real people put the recipes and meals in and tag them,l but a computer randomly grabs recipes that are tagged as the options you want and fit into your given ranges. think of writing down meal plan options on little pieces of paper, folding them in half, then keeping them in a fishbowl. then when you wanted a meal, randomly grabbing one of those papers. that's what the computer does. it randomly grabs based on the calorie ranges you have and the specifics you said you wanted. i've gotten like 7 pbjs in one week before. i've gone weeks without seeing one in the tracker. so it's basically random that bananas haven't shown up. if you want to follow the meal plan but still have bananas you should be able to click on any fruit and banana should come up as a sub. or you could also just search "banana" at the top and add it to your day if you want one. as long as you are still within your ranges, you're good.