This is my favourite dessert at the moment – a real refreshing treat at just 1 point each on No Count!  They are 5sp each if following WW Flex.

(This recipe can now be made for 0sp on No Count by using 2 tbsp olive oil instead of the Flora light.)



Ingredients (makes 4):

  • 150g oats
  • 40g Flora light (4 points)
  • 1 flat tbsp Splenda
  • 4 tbsp skimmed milk
  • 2 bananas
  • 2 tbsp sugar-free Myprotein butterscotch syrup
  • 200g 0% Yeo Valley crème fraiche, Skyr natural yogurt or quark
  • coffee for decoration



  1. Preheat the oven to 180C.
  2. Mix the oats and Splenda together before rubbing in the Flora with your fingers.
  3. Add the milk and mix into the oat mixture.
  4. Squash the mixture into four balls (it is quite sticky at this stage) and place into 4 bottomless metal rings on a baking tray (see picture below).  Use hands to squash the ball shapes down to fill the base in each ring.
  5. Bake for 15 – 20 mins before taking out of the oven and allowing to cool – keep the metal rings in place.
  6. Mash the banana and mix with 1 tbsp of the sugar-free syrup. Place this on top of the base in the four rings.
  7. Add the crème fraiche, Skyr natural yogurt or quark, mixed with a tbsp of the sugar-free syrup, on the layer of banana and put in the fridge to cool.
  8. Sprinkle the top lightly with coffee just before serving.
  9. Enjoy!


These are the metal rings I use:


16 thoughts on “Individual Banoffee Pies”

  1. I have been looking through several of your recipes. You have given a new meaning to No Count! I have missed being able to bake because I couldn’t afford the points. My sweet tooth says thank you 😁😁

    1. Awwww thank you Patricia 💕 I’m glad you found the site and can enjoy some of these desserts. They’ve certainly made all the difference in my WW journey 👍🏻💕 Hope you have a fab week! Helen xxxxxxxx

    1. Ooooh I haven’t had one of these for ages Julie, hope you enjoy them! I love these 😋😋💕 Hope you have a relaxing evening after beavering away in the kitchen this afternoon 🤗 Helen xxx

    1. Great to hear you enjoyed them and thank you so much for letting me know. Hope you have a lovely long weekend:-) Helen xxx

    1. Hi Mary, that would be fine as long as the yogurt is thick enough to stay on top of the banana layer without running off. Enjoy! Helen xxxx

    1. Hi Katy, they are so yummy! I made another four so I can take one a day to work with me:-) I think it would still make a good dessert without the syrup but that’s what gives it the ‘toffee’ flavour. Helen xxx

  2. These look devine. After I have tried your strawberry tart (in fridge for tonight), These maybe next 😋😋😋😋

    1. Thanks Kelly! Strawberry tart in the fridge sounds divine – think I’ll pop round later:-) Enjoy my dear friend! Helen xxx

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