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Banana Chocolate Loaf

Makes one mini loaf, or 2 muffins. You can have half (or one) for breakfast, then the other half (or one) for lunch.

Banana Chocolate Loaf

1 packet Chocolate Drink Mix
1 Packet Banana Pudding mix
1 whole egg
1 tbsp nonfat milk
1 tbsp Olive oil
2 tbsp water
2 tsp Walden farms chocolate syrup
1/2 tsp vanilla extract


Pour all contents into the mini loaf and bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. Yields 2 non-restricted products.

I make it in to 2 muffins so I can save one for later. Very Yummy!

Average: 3 (2 votes)


Wooow !! Can't wait to taste that one. I''ll add this on my list . It only contains a little ingredients and the procedure is easy there is no reason that i will not try to bake this. Keep on posting
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This was a total bust for me. Definitely not enough liquid... Any ideas? Do you guys prepare the pudding and the drink according to the package and then mix in the stuff? TIA!

Some say to add a little water, if you try this and it works let me know how much you use and I can add it as a modification to the recipe.

Steve here is what I did... Poured both packages dry into a small mixing bowl and then added 1/2 cup of egg white liquid. and the remaining ingredients. When it was totally paste like I added more water until it came to a bakeable form. Weird. $10 down the drain.

I have modified the recipe, but 1/2 cup of egg white is too much. It is a thick substance when I put it into the muffin tins. Make them all the time and I absolutely love them.

I have made this recipe twice now. There needs to be water added, and 2 tbsp of olive oil is waay too much to be compliant! So I did 3 tsp of olive oil. Great start!

Try 2 tsp olive oil, 2 tsp skim or 1% milk and 1 tsp vanilla. I would also increase the water to 3 Tbsp. I use this combination when I bake and it not only makes the olive oil compliant for Phase 1 but still adds the moisture that I like in my baking.

I am on phase one can I eat this ?

Yes, absolutely. The pudding and the chocolate drink are both Non-Restricted so if you eat the whole thing, it counts as 2 Non-restricted. Another option would be to make three (I made this recipe and put them into three small bundt pans - individual size). I then made a package of vanilla pudding (non-restricted) ... you could also use another banana or chocolate pudding ..., split it into three and put 1/3 of the pudding into the middle of each of the small bundt cakes after they were baked. Drizzle it with Walden's Chocolate Syrup or Caramel Syrup and you have an amazing dessert. You would have three non-restricted desserts if you use all of the ingredients listed above.