Summer is here (supposedly) and that means yummy frozen treats like ice cream and popsicles are well on their way. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good ice cream cone on a hot summer night but it’s not realistic for me to eat that 2 times per week. These chocolate dipped frozen banana’s used to be a staple in my household growing up. My sisters and I would always be making these all year with or without the chocolate and we felt like we were getting a special treat when really we were just having a piece of fruit (jokes on us!) Store a bag of these in your freezer and you’ll be set the next time you have that sweet craving.

Prep Time – 10 minutes
Freeze Time – 30 minutes
Servings – 6
    • 3 ripe banana’s
    • 1/2 cup 70-80% dark chocolate (melted)


  • shredded coconut
  • chopped nuts
  1. In a double boiler bring an inch of water to a boil and put chocolate in the top insert. Stir constantly until chocolate has melted.
  2. Cut banana’s in half and skewer all of them with a popsicle stick half way through. Line a cooking sheet with wax paper and start dipping the banana’s in the chocolate. Shake off the excess and place on the wax paper to set.
  3. If desired, dip the bananas with toppings such as crushed peanuts and coconut. Place in the freezer for 30 minutes and then store in a sealed tight container and leave in the freezer.

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