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Mmmmm! i cut the recipe in half. the only problem i had was my own fault: i forgot to spray the remekins with cooking spray!! oops! so i ended up with a VERY STUCK souffle... which i dug out with a spoon and enjoyed every bite of! can't wait to make these again and be able to get them out! haha! thanks!!

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ellie3763 May 16, 2007

You certainly can't tell by the taste that this is a lowfat dessert. We really enjoyed this lovely dish, it was light and fluffy, with slivers of banana and little bursts of butterscotch. Excellant simply excellant. I will be making this again Kudos.

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Baby Kato July 11, 2006

These were wonderful, so light and fluffy. Made them as a dessert but my boyfriend thought they would make a nice breakfast food so now they are a sunday morning treat! So easy to make! I didn't chop the chips and it was fine.

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Phoenix 0880 June 13, 2005

Amazing! My first time making a souffle and it was outstanding! And it's so great that it's lowfat. And you're right with the name, you don't believe it's lowfat. Thanks for a great recipe!

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crazycookinmama June 05, 2005

These were delicious and oh so easy. I halved the recipe and used a jumbo egg white. These were very sweet, but just enough for a perfect ending to a meal. I served them with whipped cream

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KelBel December 11, 2004
Banana Butterscotch Souffles You Won't Believe are Low Fat