Mama Nibbles: A Healthier Banana Split With Whole Fruit Sorbet

A Healthier Banana Split With Whole Fruit Sorbet

Whole Fruit Sorbet
     We all know how today goes.  It's Super Bowl Sunday and most people are going to be loading up on chicken wings, big cheesy burgers, huge slices of chocolate cake, bucket loads of chips and dip and more.  It's hard to stay on track with eating healthy when all of that is in front of you, I know.
     I have the perfect treat for you that can replace a lot of those unhealthy snacks.  Just take a ripe banana, split it in half and sit it in a big bowl.  Now take 4-5 rounded teaspoon sized scoops of your favorite pint of Whole Fruit sorbet.  Line those scoops up right down the split in the banana.  Add a couple squirts of a fat free or low fat whip cream.  Then sprinkle with a healthy dose of your favorite granola (my little sister made me homemade macadamia and coconut granola).  Now you have a healthier treat that is delicious as it is beautiful.
     I recently enjoyed the bowl in the photo and shared it with my husband.  I think he was pretty shocked at how delicious it was.  The Whole Fruit sorbets are fresh tasting, not too sweet and all are in the 120-160 calorie range per 1/2 cup serving.  There are several delicious flavors to choose from: raspberry, strawberry, mango, lemon, peach, black cherry, coconut, blueberry acai and valencia orange.  They all contain chunks of real fruit.  We love them!  If you want to go out and grab some there is even a coupon that I found to print here.  All of the sorbet flavors with the exception of the coconut are gluten, dairy and fat free.  I found out that they are even kosher too. 

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Voted Best Flavors by Cooking Light Magazine! Whole Fruit® Lemon and Mango Sorbet are bursting with award-winning refreshment.

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