Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Apple Banana Bake

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In a recent post, I told all of you that I had joined weight watchers, well this Apple Banana Bake recipe is delicious and only 1 point per serving.  I am enjoying eating fruit after so many years of only eating very small portions.  I am loving making new recipes for desserts with fruit that are healthy and low in points.  This came out so delicious and I think you are going to love it as much as I did.  It was so easy to make and you should have all of the ingredients in you house.  Especially, since there are only 3 ingredients.  Give me an easy dessert recipe to make any day of the week. 

I am also giving you an alternative option, using Log Cabin Sugar Free Syrup.  This would be 0 points and that would make the whole baking dish 0 points.  So you could eat 2 servings instead of 1 for 0 points.  This is a delicious alternative and if you are really hungry, it would certainly fill you up.

Apple Banana Bake
Serves 2
1 Smartpoint per serving - with maple syrup
0 Smartpoints for all of it - with sugar free syrup


1 large granny smith apple, peeled, cored, and sliced thinly
2 bananas sliced


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Spray a small baking dish with non stick spray.

Put your sliced apples and bananas in a large bowl and pour maple syrup over them.

Toss the fruit and syrup.

Pour into the baking dish.

Bake for 25 minutes.
Eat and Enjoy!

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  1. Oh yum! I was on weight watchers 10 years ago but I still count points (the old ones) and I still eat like I am on it most of the time. This is so perfect for breakfast. I will be trying this. Thanks!

    1. Hi AnnMarie,
      I'm happy that you like the recipe. You are so right, it would be great for breakfast, delicious with yogurt, oatmeal, or granola also. I did weight watchers a long time ago also. The points are a little different, food is more points then before, but you get more points in a day then before also.
      Have a great day.

  2. Looks delicious. Thanks for sharing your favorites from Weight Watchers. We can all benefit from their recipes, whether we're members or not. :-)

    1. Hi Kim,
      Thanks. It was really good. You are right about that all of us benefiting from their recipes. This one is good, easy, and not loaded with sugar, which is always a plus in my book.


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