Weight Watchers Baked Banana Chips recipe – 1 point


weight watchers baked banana chips recipe

I’m usually not very imaginative when it comes to fruits – I just eat them raw or make smoothies.

But when I found this recipe for banana chips, I knew I had to try it. These chips make a very tasty and healthy snack.

Weight Watchers Baked Banana Chips recipe
Makes 6 servings

2 ripe bananas
1 tablespoon lemon juice

1. Cut the bananas into thin slices.
2. Coat the slices in lemon juice.
3. Place the banana slices on parchment paper and bake them in the oven at 200 degrees F, turning every half hour and watching out for burning.
4. Remove them when they are crispy; let them cool cool, and store them in an airtight container.

WW POINTS per serving: 1
Nutritional information per serving: 36 calories, 0.1g fat, 1g fiber

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13 Responses to “Weight Watchers Baked Banana Chips recipe – 1 point”

  1. Are you sure this is only 1 point? Weight Watchers says banana chips are 3 points.

  2. It depends a lot on how you prepare them. The 3 points ones are probably fried in oil.

    These chips are oven-baked, so there’s no oil involved – that’s why they’re only 1 point per serving.

  3. Thanks! I tried them tonight, but I added a little splenda. They didn’t come out great, but I ate them anyway. :)

  4. I don’t get how this comes out to 6 servings at 1 point each. Two bananas would be 4 points. Lemon juice is nothing. Where do the other 2 points come from?

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  8. I do it and fried them in the oil.I am a little disappointed.Maybe oven-baked is better.Yes?

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  12. I’m trying them right now, but they’re taking forever! How thinly did you slice them? The ones that I sliced very thinly are now super thin (because of the dehydration) but aren’t yet crispy… help!!

  13. Mine aren’t crispy either Grace. Next time I’m going to use cooking spray and will cook them on a plain baking sheets instead of parchment.

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