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Peanut Butter Banana Cream Bites

Peanut Butter Banana Cream Bites

Here’s a quick and very easy recipe to make a nice cold bite-size treat. I saw this one pop up on pinterest this week and wanted to give it a try. It seemed easy enough, with minimal ingrediants, and produced tiny bite-sized treats in the end. I’m always looking for snack food so this one is a bit of an indulgence – chocolate and all.

Those who know me know that I don’t actually like chocolate AT ALL. But these were great! The flavor combo of chocolate, bananas, and peanut butter is super.

I used organic bananas and peanut butter in making it.

First, I spread waxed paper on my kitchen counter, in the end I cut it up in small slices so I could move them easy to my tiny freezer. You can also use a baking sheet to move them, but my freezer isn’t large enough for that.

Slice bananas into coins about 1/2–3/4 inch thick.


Spread a lit­tle dol­lop of peanut but­ter on top of each one.

In a small bowl, combine the choco­late chips and milk. Place the bowel over a pan of boiling water and whisk together as the chocolate melts.

Dip the banana chunks using a fork, dip­ping them into the melted choco­late or using a spoon to pour chocolate over them. Place choco­late coated bananas on the sheets.

Place in freezer until completely frozen (3–5 hours). Remove frozen banana chunks from the sheet and store in a plastic bag.  They will keep in the freezer up to a month. Enjoy your cold sweet bite-sized treat!

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American (and now Dutch too!) health food and tea chick, transplanted to Holland. Seeking zen every day.

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