Monday, April 18, 2011

Frozen Banana Pops

More banana fun!  I had intentions of making Christy's Bananas in Red Stuff but I seemed to have accidentally bought sugar free strawberry glaze.  Bleh.  I don't like splenda, and I thought it gave the glaze a fun taste.  So I went about making something else with the bananas.

Another great warm weather treat that doesn't require any cooking.  It's a great way to get the kids in the kitchen and they'll love chowing down on them.

You can use any toppings that tickle your fancy.  Her I used coconut, chopped walnuts, toffee pieces and easter sprinkles.  Go nuts with them!

Frozen Banana Pops

4-5 bananas sliced into 4 pieces each
Popsicle sticks
Chocolate Almond Bark, melted

Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil.  Place a Popsicle stick into each banana piece and lay on the baking sheet.  Freeze bananas until firm, about 1 hour.  Melt chocolate and set up your toppings.  Dip bananas into chocolate and then quickly into toppings (chocolate will harden fast)  Lay back on baking sheet until completely harden.  Enjoy or store in an air tight container in freezer.


Tracy said...

Oh, these remind me of the frozen banana pops we had at our county fair growing up. I would always beg my dad for one! They look great!

canvas art print said...

These look lovely, thank you for sharing and must get some for when it heats up!

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