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Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Bites

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If you have chocolate and/or peanut butter and/or banana cravings as much as I do, then this frozen treat is sure to be a winner.

One of these nibbles will easily satisfy a summertime sweet tooth and are soooo easy to make!

Step 1: Slice, Spread and Freeze

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Start with this simple step:
  • Slice ripe bananas (maybe 3/8" thick)
  • Spread peanut butter between slices and sandwich together
  • Freeze slices until firm
 
starforest4 months ago

So delicious! They look wonderful!

Stushe1 year ago

My husband and the work crew here love them. I told my daughter who is visiting in a couple of weeks that I wanted to make them for my grandson who has allergies. She was so excited I have to email the recipe to her so she could make them at home for her family. My son-in-law is a fireman and paramedic in Utah and she thought the guys at the firehouse would like them also. Thanks they taste great!!!

Erika861 year ago

These look delicious and so simple! I can't wait to try them. You could even carve the banana in a heart shape before slicing to make little heart bites for a special someone... :-)

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Awesome instructable!! I'm not a big fan of peanut butter so maybe I could use nuttella instead but overall really good Thanks!
kcli (author)  Monster Muncher2 years ago
OMG...that is a FABULOUS IDEA!!!
ClareBS2 years ago
The banana bites are as delicious as I thought they would be. The first ones I tried were not refrozen and the banana melted in my mouth. I'm surprised I had enough willpower to put the rest back in the freezer.
I have a nifty banana slicer which cuts slices about 1/4" thick which seemed perfect. The banana was a little over ripe, I'd use a less ripe one next time. I chopped up a block of dark Whittaker's chocolate (an excellent New Zealand brand) and melted it in a makeshift double boiler instead of a microwave. The tiny fork along with a mini spatula worked well to keep the frozen banana and PB under control. My husband and I love this recipe!
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kcli (author)  ClareBS2 years ago
I am so glad you found success with the recipe and took the time to share your technique. I have never seen a banana slicer (like that) and appreciate the photo. What an interesting kitchen tool. Thanks for sharing!
gammerguy2 years ago
AMAZING!!!!! I LOVE THE IDEA!!!! :) and extra for the peanut butter!!!!
kcli (author)  gammerguy2 years ago
Haha...hope you gat a chance to try them some day.
ClareBS2 years ago
I've added an extra banana to next week's shopping list and can't wait to make these bites. I love bananas, peanut butter and, of course, chocolate.
kcli (author)  ClareBS2 years ago
Funny how you keep in good supply of PB & chocolate...usually those are the first items gobbled up in my house!
ClareBS kcli2 years ago
We're really good about never running out of peanut butter and giant chocolate bars which we use for baking--somehow we have willpower not to eat an unopened bar until needed. But we buy seven bananas every week for breakfast so they are off limits! I really can't wait to try these bites.
I used firm bananas, just at the yellow ripe stage. It took me about 3 or 4 tries to get it right. O.k., 3 or 4 tries before I could bring myself to put them in the freezer. The first few batches didn't make it that far:( Just couldn't wait. But, finally got them frozen and dipped. In a word, all I can say is "Oh yummmmm, yesssssss, yummmmm" Oh, that was more than one word, wasn't it?:) Oh, if you stir the peanut butter really good first, it spreads more easily. Did I say this was yummy?:)
kcli (author)  BetsyFartBlossom2 years ago
Great point about stirring the PB and glad some of them never made it to the dippin' phase. (My leftovers jumped onto bread and became a sandwich)
my words exactly!
darklotus2 years ago
This sounds simple and yummy - I'll be giving it a try.
kcli (author)  darklotus2 years ago
So glad you are taking a go at it :-)
If you're not a huge fan of the taste of the Frozen Bananas, an easy alternative is to use toothpicks (or if you want multi layers) kabob skewers, to hold together as you dip them in the chocolate...
kcli (author)  nekkedfrogg522 years ago
...you mean dip frozen PB on a stick?

WOW.I.GOTTA.TRY.THAT!!!
Appirition2 years ago
Oh my God this, early in the morning, just when I was trying to build my resolve.
kcli (author)  Appirition2 years ago
Haha...glad to lead you into temptation (any time of day)!
anke-art2 years ago
Uh oh, goodbye waistline... this sounds soooo yummy!
kcli (author)  anke-art2 years ago
Unless you eat two at a time...that way they'll get evenly distributed to the hips :-D
Wheatridge2 years ago
What a terrific and extremely simple treat. Thank you very much!
kcli (author)  Wheatridge2 years ago
You bet...enjoy!
nanaplati2 years ago
I want some of that right now!
kcli (author)  nanaplati2 years ago
The good thing is you can't eat 'em all in one sitting because they're so satisfying - or because you didn't make enuf of 'em :-)
imfasa2 years ago
Peanut butter: check.
Bananas: check.
Chocolate: check.

Probably the best snack for when you need some quick energy :)
kcli (author)  imfasa2 years ago
Check-mate!
mlandon22 years ago
amazingly delicious!!
kcli (author)  mlandon22 years ago
Thanks for the kind words!
Yum!!!!
What a fun snack! Easy to make and delicious :)