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I brought this to a bbq at my moms and we all liked it. ( my sisters bf wanted to take some home) I made the recipe as stated, the only problem I had was with the pudding size. the largest size of sf pudding is 1.5 oz. so i figured it was suppose to be that size, however the pudding became thick (too thick) within secconds, so iam guessing it is suppose to be two small boxes of the sf pudding? that would be two 1 oz boxes? there was enough pudding to spread around as it was too thick so i made a small box and "patched" in the holes..... all in all it we enoyed it. thanks

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punkyluv March 30, 2009

This recipe is great! It really does remind you of a banana slpit. I also used sugar free Chocolate syrup. I took some of it to work with me as it was too much for just my husband and I. The crew loved it and couldn't believe it was low calorie.

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Cara W. December 31, 2006

I made this for a work party. Everyone raved over it. I used sugar-free chocolate syrup and sugar-free cool whip also. Very quick and easy to prepare.

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dschneider December 15, 2006

We Enjoyed this dessert last night. It was very refreshing, not to mention low cal! I did add fresh sliced strawberries to it for a twist. I will make this again.

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Janni402 June 15, 2006
Banana Split Dessert (4 Points * Low Fat & Low Sugar)