- Have you ever had a Canadian fried dough pastry before? They are yummy, but loaded with fat, sugar and calories. Today, I teach you how to make them using a Quest bar. My version has less sugar and calories and lots of protein.
- I recommend you watch the short video at the bottom of this post before making the recipe.
- cookie sheet
- rolling pin
- plastic wrap
- oven and microwave
- A few slices of a banana
- 3 TBSP chocolate pb2
- 1 vanilla almond crunch Quest Bar
- non-stick cooking spray
This recipe makes 1 serving
calories 280, fat 9.6g, sat fat 0.5g, cholesterol: 5mg, sodium 435.3mg, carbohydrates: 35.8g, fibre 20.2g, sugars 8.6g, protein 26.3g
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
- Place 1 vanilla almond crunch Quest Bar on a plate lined with plastic wrap. Microwave for 18 seconds.
- Use a rolling pin to roll the heated Quest Bar into a flat oval. Sandwich the bar between 2 sheets of plastic wrap (refer to the video below).
- Place the Quest bar into an oven friendly pan coated in non-stick cooking spray for 4 minutes.
- Place the following into a small bowl and mix by hand to create a thick sauce
- 2 TBSP chocolate PB2
- sparing amount of water
- Slice a banana
- Remove the Quest bar from the oven. Coat it in the PB2 sauce and top with the bananas.
- Eat while it's still hot!
Video Recipe Demonstration:
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Note: the recipe in my video is a "healthy" knock off of a fried dough pastry recipe and does not reflect the official trademarked Beaver Tail recipe.