We love sweet breads like our Weight Watchers Banana Bread and breakfast breads but they are not always healthy due to the added fat from oils found in them.
Healthy Banana Bread Recipes
This Weight Watchers Banana Bread is a perfect example of a hearty breakfast bread that makes use of familiar flavors but doesn’t have all the added fats.
And lets face it, when you find a recipe like this easy banana bread recipe–that is healthy no less–it’s a perfect excuse to make it time and time again.
You can enjoy Weight Watchers Banana Bread for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Maybe pair up a half slice of bread with our Weight Watchers Taco Soup.
We love pairing Weight Watchers Banana Bread with one of our low calorie soups. It is perfect to serve up together on a cooler day, or just when you need a bite of comfort food.
Our Weight Watchers Chili would be another delicious option to pair up with this banana bread.
We’re talking about a wholesome meal full of good for you ingredients that really hit the spot. And seriously, when you’re dieting, what is better than a meal that really feels like it fills you?
You know what I’m talking about, don’t you?
There is absolutely no need to feel like you’re starving yourself when you’re on a diet. As long as you’re cutting calories (and hopefully eating more low carb food) you’ll be well on your way to loosing a few pounds.
Just don’t forget to exercise. Because whether you like it or not, that is a key ingredient when it comes to dieting. Or should be.
Step By Step Instructions for How to Make Weight Watchers Banana Bread
Weight Watchers Banana Bread is so much easier to make than you might think. And it takes just a few ingredients to make it happen.
Want to save time and share the wealth? Make double batches of this bread and share with friends and family or freeze for use at a later date.
Enjoy the bread with or without the oats, because either way, this bread is healthy and delicious.
Mash up bananas, or use a mixer to get the bananas all mashed up good.
Add in the canned pumpkin. I tend to stock up on canned pumpkin and sometimes even order canned pumpkin on Amazon when it’s out of season and difficult to find in the stores.
Mix dry ingredients together in separate bowl.
Combine wet and dry ingredients together. Mix until well incorporated.
Spray bread pans with nonstick cooking spray.
Fill bread pans up with batter. Fill close to the top. Transfer to pre-heated oven and bake.
Remove from the oven, cool and serve. Delicious!
Let’s face it. Bananas are purely delicious and healthy. Like our insanely delicious Banana Smoothie–that we like to have ALL.the.time!
Weight Watchers Bread Recipes
Weighing in at 3 1/2 Weight Watchers Points per slice Weight Watchers Banana Bread is also a great option served for breakfast alongside some low fat yogurt or fresh fruit.
Really, this bread is so delicious whether you’re enjoying it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack.
The recipe makes 24 slices- we slice the loaf down the middle and then cut each half the loaf into 12- making 24. You could also make mini muffins instead and enjoy a couple mini muffins with fruit for breakfast.
WEIGHT WATCHERS BANANA PUMPKIN BREAD
This delicious banana bread can be served up for breakfast or a snack.
Pair Weight Watchers Banana Bread up with a little bit of yogurt and berries and you’ve got a healthy and delicious lunch that is perfectly balanced and intensely enjoyable.
We’re pretty partial to our Sinfully Delicious Yogurt Parfait… that really isn’t sinful at all.
Quick Banana Bread Recipes
This recipe is very hearty, delicious and moist and is recommended to be kept in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
Banana Bread is always great heated up for a few seconds in the microwave as well.
The fresh fruit and pumpkin in this Weight Watchers Banana Bread Recipe provide plenty of moisture there is no need for added margarine or butter on top.
Weight Watchers Banana Bread Recipe
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 55 minutes
- Total Time: 1 hour
- Yield: 24
- Category: Breads
1 box spice cake mix
1 15oz can 100% pumpkin puree or 15 ounces frozen pumpkin puree
3 ripe bananas, mashed
1 cup quick oats, optional (we have made it both ways and it is equally tasty either way)
- In a large mixing bowl mix together canned pumpkin and bananas until well blended.
- Mix in cake mix and oats (optional) until mostly moistened
- Pour into pre-sprayed loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees for 55 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
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