Valentine Celebration

I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine’s Day.  Ours was very nice – pretty laid back but perfect.
After all my hype about great ideas for Valentine’s Day – what did I do?  Well, I really did get Jared that cool ‘First Kiss’ print…but I still need to frame it (oops).  AND 
I made him this fantastic dessert I saw on pinterest the other day…Banana Split Brownie Pizza!banana split brownie panI modified mine slightly since I didn’t have the right kind of pizza pan…I just used a rectangular pan. banana split brownie It was DELICIOUS!  It didn’t even feel like you were eating anything bad since there’s so much fruit on it.

I purposely left off the coconut because Jared doesn’t like coconut, but I accidently forgot the chopped nuts…next time!

To see how to make your very own Banana Split Brownie Pizza HERE

So...I just put the recipe into the Weight Watcher's Recipe builder and if you cut it into 20 pieces...it's not too bad for you - and cutting it into 20 pieces is NOT unreasonable....

Banana Split Brownies

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Prep time:  15 min
Cook time:  30 min
Serves: 20

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Instructions

  • Bake brownies as instructed. While baking mix the drained crushed pineapple with the cream cheese. Once brownies have cooled spread the cream cheese mixture over the brownies. Top with fruit, marshmallows and chocolate. This could easily be modified to less points by eliminating the marshmallows and chocolate and would still taste yummy. Also - it is a super refreshing treat with a yummy brownie underneath!

1 comment:

  1. My husband would positively go GAGA for these! Thank you for linking up to the Valentine's Day Showcase!

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