26 Reviews

This was a great after lunch treat. My kids and I thought this was really delicious! We made just as posted except for the cool whip. My kids don't care for it so we left it out of theirs )I had it on mine and they don't know what they are missing! :) ) Thanks for posting!

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my3beachbabes August 05, 2008

This really was a treat, and I didn't feel guilty about it either. I added some cheesecake-flavored fat-free pudding as well, and 2 layers of reduced-fat vanilla wafers. AND as an additional layer, I added some crumbles of "Diet Soda cake" (yellow with diet sprite). If you let it sit in the fridge a while, the wafers and cake get a little mushy and that's how I like em.

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Nurse Morgan September 28, 2007

Really easy to make, fantastic flavor!! Even my "I hate sugar free pudding" DH loved it. I used the Chocolate Fudge sugarfree, fatfree pudding. Thanks for posting!!

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FloridaGrl May 16, 2007

Super easy to make and liked the banana/chocolate combination. I'm thinking this would also be good using banana pudding.

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LainieBug April 23, 2007

Very easy. Very good.

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Laura O. March 30, 2007

I made these in large wine glasses, similiar to those in the pic. I LOVED these desserts! I'm all about low-fat desserts. I added some chopped pecans in the layers, right before the bananas. I loved the added crunch! So yummy! I'll be making these again!

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pinkie March 13, 2007

I layered these in fancy glasses and when my kids saw them their eyes just about popped out of their heads. They enjoyed these sooo much. It was fun for me to watch!! The fact that they are lowfat AND easy is only a plus!!! Thanks for the recipe!

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FLYing4Me November 15, 2006

My husband and I really enjoyed these. Easy to make yet fancy looking. The kids weren't so keen but 1 doesn't like banana and 1 was sick. Easy and wonderful!

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ladypit November 18, 2005

Chocolate! These parfaits make for a wonderful low-fat alternative to satisfy the chocolate cravings. The only change I made was to use Dream Whip instead of the cool-whip. I think this would be excellent with the addition of coarse chopped peanuts. Plan to give that a try in the future.

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PaulaG November 15, 2005

Super quick way to use up some bananas as my freezer is full of frozen ones anyway! Kids loved this with the chocloate pudding and thought I had slaved cause they looked so fancy! Thanx Lori for posting this one!

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LAURIE September 11, 2005
Low-Fat Chocolate Banana Parfaits