Peanut Butter & Chocolate Covered Banana Bites





Introduction: Peanut Butter & Chocolate Covered Banana Bites

These are so Friggin' Good!!! And Super Simple to make as well.

Step 1: Things You Need


1 bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 gram cracker
1 tablespoon Ground coffee
Peanut butter


a baking sheet
wax paper
1 small pan & 1 large pan (or Double Boiler)
a spoon
a Freezer

Step 2: Prep Those Bananas!!!

1.cut  banana into thin slices and place on a baking tray covered with wax paper
2.spread peanut butter on the top of each slice

Step 3: Melting the Chocolate (Double Boiler Method) small pan place chocolate, ground coffee , and 1 fully Crushed gram  cracker lager pan, add small amount of water and place over stove on low heat
3. place the small pan over the large pan (make sure the water isn't high enough to touch the smaller pan) an wait for chocolate to       melt
4. Stir until completely melted. be careful not to let any water get in the chocolate or it will ruin the consistency 

Step 4: Spooning the Chocolate

1. Place a spoonful of chocolate of each slice of banana and spread it until completely covered.
2.If there is still chocolate left you can either use another banana to make a few more or just eat the chocolate out of the pan like a fatty.
3. When all bananas are covered, place in freezer until frozen.
4. eat them before everyone else does.



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I'm not sure if I have had peanut butter and banana before! Sounds good :)

Oh... you'd remember if you had a peanut butter-banana sandwich, for sure! ;-)

peanut butter, Honey, & banana sandwiches where a childhood fav of mine.
Until that fateful day.... no, just kidding, i still like them.

never tried with peanutbutter. but i will. sounds delicious

lol... hell yes! ;-P~

It's pretty tasty, but you might end up with chocolate in that sweet mustache your rockin!

I'm sure this is delicious!

Good job!!!