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    Over ripe banana

    Any ideas what I can do with them? I have three- was going to freeze them but would love any other ideas. I have syns to use but would like to keep it low if poss x

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    Fruit - Banana, Small, 2 banana 144 46 0 2 24 5
    St Ivel - Utterly Butterly Spread, 100 g 452 3 13 0 1 0
    Generic - Egg White Medium, 2 Egg 32 0 0 8 0 0
    Tesco - Self Raising White Flour, 225 g 731 155 0 22 3 7
    Generic - Brown Granulated Sugar (Am), 50 g 189 49 0 0 48 0
    Tesco - British Semi-skimmed Milk, 15 ml 8 1 0 1 1 0
    Generic - Bicarbonate of Soda, 10 g 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Tesco - Walnut Halves (Am), 100 g 716 14 6 15 3 7

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    Trying to post a recipe for a banana cake which didn't come off very well.
    I don't know how that fits in with the SW syns etc. but to finish off the post:

    I use well ripe bananas and it's for 12 servings/slices with counts per slice:
    Cals 189 Carbs 22 SatFat 2 Protein 4 Sugars 7 Fibre 2

    You can leave out the walnuts if you wish and it's still really delish.

    Last edited by Emmaline : 12th August, 2014 at 04:37 PM

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    Thank you, I can see the ingredients! I think that would work out about 9.5syns per slice if the cals are correct- no free food allowance with the banana being cooked too. Not too bad really, I've had banana bread before and it is tasty! I don't kind saving syns for a treat x
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