Weight Watchers inspired Low Calorie Chocolate Bananas

Enjoy Your Sweets Even on Weight Watchers

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2 simple ingredients give you delicious Low Calorie Chocolate Bananas with all the taste and none of the guilt. 

Stick with your Weight Watchers Goals and eat Chocolate.

Everyone knows you need to eat an assortment of fruits and vegetables but sometimes you just need chocolate. With this simple recipe you can combine your daily fruit with a chocolate kick. This recipe is a great alternative to the calories find in traditional chocolate coated bananas.

Weight Watchers inspired Low Calorie Chocolate Bananas

Weight Watchers inspired Low Calorie Chocolate Bananas

Ingredients

  • 1 bunch of bananas - 5-6 medium sized
  • Chocolate Syrup
  • Large Freezer Bag
  • Saran Wrap/Cling Wrap

Instructions

  1. Tear off a piece of Saran Wrap about 12 inches long.
  2. Place on counter.
  3. Peel Banana on an end of the Saran Wrap.
  4. Take Hershey Syrup and squirt on top of banana to cover.
  5. Roll up the banana making sure to cover all sides with syrup.
  6. Wrap tightly and place in freezer bag.
  7. Repeat with remaining bananas.
  8. **Options** Sprinkle with ice cream sprinkles, chopped nuts, or dried fruit for additional flavor with minimal calories.
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This is a great snack to keep in the freezer so you have a healthy alternative when snack cravings hits.

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