Bananas, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chips




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Introduction: Bananas, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chips

In need of a snack? Have a banana, some peanut butter ( Go Organic!) and some chocolate chips?
If you answered yes to any of these questions or a banana, with peanut butter, with chocolate chips on top of the peanut butter sounds tasty to you, You should make this!

You will need:
1.) a fresh ripe banana
2.) 12 - 20 chocolate chips
3.) peanut butter

Tools/ Skills:
1.) How to peel a banana. Heres a useful link Only refrain from eating it.... Yet!
2.) a butter knife for spreading peanut butter and cutting a banana
3.) a toothpick

If you have all the ingredients and tools then you are in luck!
You can make the banana with peanut butter and chocolate chips!

Step 1: The Spreading of the Peanut Butter!

First, Peel your banana in any way you know how. Then spread a generous amount of Peanut Butter on to your peeled banana. Congrats! You just peeled a banana and put peanut butter on it!

Step 2: The Cutting of the Banana & the Applying of the Chocolate!

Now that you have the peanut butter on the banana. Cut the banana into about 1 1/2 inch sections.Then you need to drop a few chocolate chips on each banana slice. The peanut butter will hold them on. ( i prefer about 3-4 chocolate chips per banana)

Step 3: The Eating of the Delicous Snackem.

Congrats! Your done! A banana with peanut butter is one of my favorite snacks and I hope that you enjoy it also! I find that the easiest way to eat them is with a toothpick.

Thanks Mom for teaching me this great snack.




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    Bits of crushed peanuts adds crunch to this great and yummy snack!

    I've been looking for easy recipes to make with my granddaughters( 2 & 4) This sound like a good one we can do. Thanks.

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    Great! That is the kind of things I made this recipe for. Good Luck!

    it looks really good! I see calories...

    ahh all my favorites put together! you're making me so hungry!!!

    i have been making these for like 10 years and it is better if you do not cut up the bannana and if you use mini chocholate chips

    I suggest freezing the finished segments with the toothpicks inside. Perfect food for hot days!

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    Thats a great idea.... I never thought of that. I'll try it tomorrow and tell people how it goes.

    Nice! Those look delicious, great job! +1 rating.


    That is so weird. And yet, it looks so delicious. I'll give it a shot when I find some ingredients, thanks!