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Healthy Treat: Black Forest Banana Split Recipe

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Leo Galland, MD, director of the Foundation for Integrated Medicine in New York City, says his Fat Resistance Diet plan is about consuming the right foods and enjoying what you're eating. This delicious dessert recipe is a taste of what he means!

Black Forest Banana Split

Ingredients

  • 2 cups nonfat ricotta cheese
  • 2 bananas, split lengthwise
  • 16 walnut halves
  • 1 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 2 teaspoons cherry concentrate (available at health-food stores)

Spoon ricotta into a dessert dish and place a banana half on each side of the cheese. Put the walnut halves on top and dust with the cocoa powder. Drizzle the cherry concentrate on top.

Makes: 2 servings

Nutrition facts per serving: 377 calories, 23g protein, 40g carbohydrate, 11g fat (1.5g saturated), 3.5g fiber

 

 

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chocoholic1908 wrote:

thats the whole point i guess. we are encouraged to eat healthier cause at the end of the day all that are just numbers

2/10/2013 10:13:43 AM Report Abuse
s.winsor81 wrote:

This is a dessert ladies. Not a meal. Look at the protein amount compared to proteen in a slice of cake. I would make this over a DQ banana split anyday. Its a TREAT! If I were hosting a bbq, this would be my choice of dessert served...

5/19/2012 02:22:38 PM Report Abuse
sabirdy wrote:

I agree with you Anita.andre13! Far too many calories...I'd certainly am going to try your receipe. Thanks!

3/1/2012 12:40:52 PM Report Abuse
anita.andre13 wrote:

I think that this recipe is one of the reason that omen believe that they are not loosing weight on a diet. 377 calories for a sweet stuff?! Not a good idea. Just eat a big pleat of rise with boiled shirmps and peas. You'll see that your hunger will desapear, you dont eat any fat and saturated fat, and the whole meal it is just the same amount of calorie as a banana split. Except healtier.

11/28/2009 12:03:03 PM Report Abuse

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