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I'm having a serious craving for a Banana Split!!!

Thursday, March 03, 2011



Before completely ruining my diet success today by going to the "Creamy Delight", I will be heading to the grocery store after work to get something to satisfy my craving for a banana split

Spark Recipes has some great ideas for low calorie ice cream deserts which has sparked me to make my own version of a low cal Banana Split and it will be called:


"COOL CREAMY BANANA SPLIT"

Ingredients:
1 banana
3-4 T frozen fat free whipped cream

Top with any of the following :
1 Marracino Cherry
2 T Fresh Strawberries
2 T Fresh or canned Pineapple
1 T SF Pineapple Topping
1 T SF Strawberry Topping

Directions:
Slice a banana and place it in a chilled ice ice cream dish, top with 3-4 tablespoons of a frozen fat free whipped cream and top with any combination of the toppings and top with a strawberry or a cherry.

Try other topping options for Ice Cream Sundaes like SF Chocolate or Butterscotch syrups.

This should do it!
Victory over the craving!!

Love,
Vera
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  • OCTOBER2842
    Sounds yummy
    2786 days ago
  • WAHMINSC
    Nice recipe!
    2789 days ago
  • SLIMTHICK2
    Whopee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! enjoy emoticon emoticon
    2789 days ago
  • 1COUNTRY_GAL
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    2789 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/4/2011 7:19:01 PM
  • JULIAINLA
    YUMMMM! Thanks! Now how a bout a hot fudge sundae-what do you sub for the ice cream in this one? :)
    2790 days ago
  • no profile photo RBODDIE
    I like your recipe. I have tried just eating a banana and a few dry roasted light salt peanuts. It gave me that banana split taste without any ice cream.
    2790 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/3/2011 5:19:14 PM
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