This personal size Banana Soufflé Recipe is a delicious healthy treat. Best of all, it’s zero Weight Watchers points for most members. (This recipe does have points for diabetic members only.)
Once you try it, you will be making our Zero Point Dessert Banana Soufflé recipe often.
How This WW Dessert Recipe Has Saved Thousands of Points for Me
Over the years, this soufflé recipe has saved me thousands of points.
Do you have times when you just want to EAT? You know those times. Your stomach is growling. You need some food and you need it now.
Maybe your spouse just sat down in front of the TV with a huge bowl of premium ice cream. (Grrr.) You want food, delicious food, and a lot of it.
You’ve used most (or all) of your points for the day, and you want to stick to your weight loss goals, but geez you just need something to satisfy you.
This is your saving recipe.
This easy dessert is also a popular part of The Holy Mess 3 Day diet.
WW Zero Point Dessert Banana Soufflé Recipe
This awesome personal size banana soufflé recipe is a wonderful breakfast, snack or as a WW zero point dessert. The protein makes this a filling meal, and you can feel great knowing it uses all whole ingredients. Best of all, it’s low points or zero points with the Weight Watchers plan.
Variations for Banana Soufflé Recipe:
- Add one packet of a hot chocolate mix (only 1 additional point if you use Swiss Miss Diet Hot Chocolate mix).
- Use 1 banana and 1 egg for a mini-version.
- Use 1 banana and 1/2 cup mixed berries. mango, or other fruit.
- Use 1 banana and 1/4 cup canned pumpkin (NOT pumpkin pie mix) for a pumpkin flavor.
- Use 1/2 cup applesauce or 1 banana and 1/4 cup applesauce for an apple variation.
How to Make a Zero Point 2 Ingredient WW Dessert
Here’s how to make this simple fruit dessert. (Click here for more fruit weight loss recipes.)
Gather your ingredients – 2 eggs and 2 bananas.
I mix mine all with a fork.
A large coffee mug, ramekin, or small bowl works well for this.
Dig in and enjoy! You’ll feel great knowing you are eating a clean eating, all whole foods dessert that is full of protein, fiber, and nutrition.
Weight Watchers Banana Souffle
- 2 bananas
- 2 eggs
- Mash bananas with a fork.
- Add 2 eggs.
- Mix all well.
- Bake in the microwave for 3 minutes. Check to see if it is done. If not, cook for 1 minute more.
- Top with a sprinkle of cinnamon if desired.
The SmartPoints® or Points value of these recipes was calculated by this web site and is provided for informational purposes only. This is not an endorsement, sponsorship or approval of this web site or its recipes by WW International, Inc.
Weight Watchers Success Story: Before and After 100+ Weight Loss
Making this banana soufflé recipe is just a part of my own success using Weight Watchers. The latest WW plan is amazing with all of the encouragement to eat real foods. Making something simple and whole like this recipe is satisfying and I don’t have to worry about fueling my body with chemicals I don’t like.
In the past, I have shared tons of tips for clean eating for weight loss with Weight Watchers. I’ve been following Weight Watchers for many years and in fact lost most of my 100 lb weight loss following the program. Read more about my weight loss story here:
- Weight Loss Motivation for How to Lose 100 Pounds
- 100 lb Weight Loss: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Today, I run an online Christian women’s fitness and healthy eating program, Faithful Finish Lines, and I still follow the Weight Watchers program because it works.
More Weight Watchers/WW Posts for You
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10 Weight Watchers Comfort Food Recipes – Enjoy comfort foods you love like creamy casseroles and hearty dinners, all while keeping your points low.
Weight Watchers 2 Ingredient Dough – Make bagels, pizza crust, even cinnamon rolls with this amazing dough.
30 Weight Watchers Zero Point Meals and Snacks – A huge list of meals and snacks that are all zero points.
7 Tips Every Weight Watchers Member Should Know – If you are a WW member, you need to know these.
I just made this with 2 eggs, 2 bananas and 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder and its awesome! having it for breakfast!
Have you tried this with some other fruit instead of banana?
Susan Sherman says
i make a similar one for zero points on my plan:
1 mashed banana, 1 egg stirred in to blend. i add 2 tsp unsweetened cocoa. microwave 3 minutes for a topping i use Greek plain non fat yogurt that i have stirred in 1 tbs sugar free chocolate dry pudding i use about 1 tbs of the yogurt as a frosting after it comes out of the microwave
Travis Fonseca says
This looks fantastic; however, I was under the impression that if you mashed or blended fruit then you would have to count the SP?
Great question Vickie and you’ve hit onto one of those grey areas of WW. For sure blended into a smoothie, WW wants you to count the points for fruits. Something like this, some people do and some don’t. I personally don’t count points for this, but watch your weight loss and if you have a stall, begin to count them. Hope this helps.
Love it. I am a banana lover. And lately I can not stomach
any more eggs for breakfast but this has made me look forward to breakfast again.
So glad you enjoyed it!
made this today for lunch…..had ff Greek yogurt and berries on the side. OUTSTANDING ZERO POINT LUNCH!!!
I wanted to try this using the oven & not microwave. Set oven to 350 degrees. I made my version of this recipe using two mashed bananas, added two eggs & thoroughly whisked together. Sprayed a 1.75 qt glass dish; poured mixture into dish. Added approx 1/2 cup fresh blueberries. Sprinkled mixture with approx 1/8 tsp each nutmeg & cinnamon. Bake 15-20 min. Very satisfying; not too wet. Next time will add (1/8 tsp each) the spices to mixture & will sprinkle (1/8 tsp each) spices on top, too. I always liked my mom’s vanilla baked custard which included nutmeg sprinkled on top. This is reminiscent of that for me without the added sugar. Your banana soufflé recipe was my inspiration. I will enjoy making this again, and will experiment with a variety of fruits.
Oh good! I’m so glad you liked it. Thanks for the tips about how to bake it in the oven. It’s kind of like no-bread bread pudding. 🙂
Thank you for the recipe, it sounds yummy and so easy.I appreciate that Anne gave oven temps and time. I don’t use a microwave and thought “well another recipe I can’t try” but, fortunately Anne rescued us non microwavers. Very thankful😊
This sounds so good! Thanks for sharing.
This was delicious!! Thank you so much for making this recipe. 😀