Banana and Chocolate Low Fat Pudding
My son Cameron called this “Dirt” (he meant dessert!)
Luckily because he is just mastering the English language at 2 years old, I wasn’t insulted but thought it was rather cute.
You can decide for yourself if this dessert really tastes like dirt, or yummy, creamy, chocalatey goodness. And the best part about this is that it is from a Weight Watcher’s magazine and claims to be only 3 points per serving.
2 Cups 1 % Low fat milk
1 (1.4 oz) box of sugar free chocolate instant pudding mix
2 Cups frozen reduced calorie whipped topping – thawed and divided (I used fat free, but next time I will use reduced calorie)
11 Chocolate graham crackers divided
3 Ripe bananas sliced (I thought it needed more, so I used 5)
1. Combine milk and pudding mix in a bowl. Whisk for two minutes or until thick. Let stand 5 minutes, then fold in 1 cup of whipped topping.
2. Place 5 Chocolate graham cracker sheets in the bottom of a 11 x 7 inch pan.
3. Spoon 1/3 of pudding mix over crackers, and spread evenly, then add half the bananas (cover the surface).
4. Spoon another 1/3 of pudding mix over bananas, top with graham cracker sheets.
5. Repeat the pudding, and bananas and top with the last cup of whipped topping.
6. Crumble some crackers on the top, and enjoy.
If you eat this straight away it is more crunchy – the longer you leave it the softer the cookies get.
Serving size is 1/10 of yield….. 3 weight watchers points.
(Recipe from Weight Watchers Magazine)
Best part of this recipe – well there were two things: low calorie and the kids liked it, despite calling it dirt! It included lots of bananas so made it feel like a guilt free pudding!
I hope you enjoy this as much as we did.