What's Cooking? Wednesdays: Chocolate Banana Snacks

It's Wednesday again and that means another link up with Jenn over at Going the Distance Blog.  This week I am posting another chocolate-dipped recipe that my family just loves!  Chocolate-covered bananas, well chocolate covered anything, goes over so much in our house.  My boys just love anything with chocolate, and so do I.  These banana snacks were actually thought of when I had some over-rip bananas that I didn't want to throw out.  So I thought, why not drizzle some chocolate over them, freeze them.  They are a big hit here, so I hope you enjoy them as well.

Start with ripe, organic bananas.

Add chocolate syrup or fudge to the tops.

Cover the banana completely with the chocolate syrup.  You can even add whipped cream at this point, as well.

Pop in the freezer for about 2 hours.

Then serve.

Yep, that's it.  Each banana snack is about 20 calories and less if you use sugar-free syrup or fudge. 

They are a cool treat for anyone crazing a bit of chocolate.

These make a perfect after-school snack too!

They are a hit.  These are also really great with caramel and strawberry syrup on them too!


Eco-Tip:  Be sure and use organic when possible.  Make a list of the "Dirty Dozen" and keep it with you when you head to the grocery store, or click on the image below and print out.  For this and other tips on going green visit, The Earth and Me:  Go Green.

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