Frozen Chocolate-Covered Bananas

January/February 2010

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Kids will love dipping bananas in melted chocolate and rolling them in coconut to make this tasty frozen treat.

"we made this for a simple friday night dessert. but instead of coconut, we rolled them in chopped peanuts. my 4 yr old loved them. you could also try candy sprinkles. "
Frozen Chocolate-Covered Bananas

9 Reviews for Frozen Chocolate-Covered Bananas

Frozen Chocolate Banana

I like to cut them into round slices then cover them in chocolate.


OMG! The other day I was begging my sister to make me chocolate dipped banana's..and she didn't have the time...and so I suprised her with these and we are now addicted to putting coconut on frozen banana's. Why didn't we ever think of this in the first place!! OMG! OMG!

coconut and chocolate
Easy and Indulgent

Such any easy dessert! When the bananas are frozen, they take on a creamy texture, almost like frozen yogourt. I didn't end up dipping mine, but spreading the chocolate on them with a butter knife. I will try rolling them in nuts or sprinkles next time. : )

Easy, Fast
So easy and delicious!

This is the perfect summer treat. They are super easy to make! I did end up "painting" the chocolate on the bananas with a spoon because the dipping wasn't working well. The finished product was better than I expected. It kinda made me realize that those Yonana machines (infomercial) might be good. When the banana froze, it had the consistency of frozen yogurt. So good! Will definitely make them again!

Yummy Treat

I really enjoyed these. I felt like I was getting away with eating something naughty :o)

I will try the prefrozen bananas next time. I found that when using the fresh bananas, the warm chocolate caused the banana's flesh to get slippery. Made for a difficult time.

I used chopped peanuts and walnuts to dip them in.

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myrvannwy wrote 1 year 36 weeks ago

have you tried with prefrozen

have you tried with prefrozen bananas? how did it go?

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