I used the bread machine so I wasn't sure how it would turn out, but it was really good! The total recipe is 60 points, so divide it by then # of servings you get. It makes a big loaf, so I got 14 slices out of it. This is my own recipe I tweeked from several others:
Bread Maker Banana Bread 2 cups Self Rising Flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 cup sugar 1/4 cup unpacked light brown sugar 2 large bananas fork smashed 2 large eggs 1/2 cup Almond milk, plain, unsweetened
Place the flour, sugars, salt and cinnamon in the bread machine pan and stir lightly to mix them. Add the wet ingredients on top in the order listed. Turn your bread maker on the "quick bread" setting. After about 3 minutes of mixing, use a spatula to scrape the sides down and make sure there's not a lot of dry flour on the bottom. Let it cook, then leave it in the machine (unplug and open the lid) for 20 minutes, then remove it from the pan and let it cool an hour on a rack.
DebDoesWW , DotRen , I don't bake anymore because the results would be too tempting for me. If we have apples on the trees I will make an apple pie or two for my husband and maybe have a piece. At Christmas I make sugar cookies with red and green sprinkles from the Pillsbury refrigerated dough for him. I can stay away from them.
When I bake I feel like an earth mother and I want to feed the world. For awhile I made vegetarian stews and all the chopping of the veggies gave the same satisfaction as baking. In most circumstances it is a given that if I bake it I will eat it. Luckily the baked goods in the stores don't talk to me anymore. When I started WW back in 2006 I couldn't make eye contact with the goodies in the bakery at the grocery store.