Chocolate Covered FROZEN Bananas

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Frozen Bananas from Walking on Sunshine.

I'm sharing with you today a secret treat of mine.
This is a treat that I love to make when I'm trying not to eat anything high in sugar or calories but I need something sweet at the end of the day.  I love chocolate covered frozen bananas.  Freezing the bananas brings out a sweetness and taste where you can almost think you're enjoying ice cream. Well, at least I can! 

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I like to make a whole tray of these banana bites and keep them stored in the freezer all summer long. That way I can have one or two every night when the rest of my family might be enjoying ice cream. I have even made these for when friends come to visit.  They're that good!  I know the kids would love them; especially if you get them involved with helping you make them.  You can add chopped peanuts or shredded coconut too.  There really is no wrong way to enjoy them! 

Banana is sliced and ready to be dipped in the melted chocolate and peanut butter mixture.
Chocolate Covered Frozen Banana Bites from Walking on Sunshine Recipes on cutting board

Dip your banana slices into the melted chocolate and peanut butter mixture.
Dipping bananas into melted chocolate and peanut butter mixture from Walking on Sunshine

Place in the freezer for a few hours or until FROZEN.
Chocolate Covered Bananas on tray ready for the freezer from Walking on Sunshine

Take a bite and enjoy the DELICIOUSNESS.
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Okay, here you go...
Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Frozen Bananas from Walking on Sunshine.

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Chocolate Covered Frozen Bananas


  • 1 banana
  • 1/3 cup chocolate chips
  • 2 TBS. peanut butter


  1. In a microwave safe bowl, combine the chocolate chips and peanut butter together.
  2. Heat on medium high in the microwave for one minute. Remove from microwave and stir. Repeat as needed until the chocolate is completely melted and blended nicely with the peanut butter.
  3. Slice the banana.
  4. Using a fork, dip the banana slice into the melted chocolate and peanut butter mixture.
  5. Remove and place on a baking tray that has a sheet of waxed paper or parchment paper.
  6. Continue until all the banana slices have been dipped in chocolate and the tray is full.
  7. Place tray in the freezer until the banana slices are firm and frozen.
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This recipe took me all of 5 minutes to put together.You will ADORE this little bite of HUGE flavor!  You might also like my Chocolate Covered Heart Shaped Strawberries! 

Chocolate Covered Heart Shaped Strawberries from Walking on Sunshine.

Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Frozen Bananas from Walking on Sunshine.

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  1. great going to try it myself! thanks

  2. Those look very good. I eat a lot of bananas. I could melt my carob chips and cover them with that. YUM!!

  3. Looks great
    and probably very good for you
    with the bananas!!

    Even I could manage that (I think)!!!

    Thanks for sharing

    x Fiona

  4. Oooh~ this sounds wonderful! My hubby thinks I'm crazy because I love bananas and chocolate together, but I'll bet if he tried these he would understand! :)

  5. These look like great little snacks!
    Hubby would love them! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Sounds like a perfect snack for these hot days. I love chocolate covered bananas. The peanut butter sounds like an interesting addition.

  7. I would never have thought of chocolate and bananas together but I love both, so it just might work together. Jason doesn't care for bananas though. :(

    I like the idea of 5 minute preparation! :)

    Have a great day, Lois!


  8. I will try this as it looks so good. thank you!

  9. Wow, now that is what I am talking about! Out to get bananas!!!! Woo Hoo!

  10. I just stuck a tray of these in the freezer. Thank you for the recipe. If not for it my bananas were going to ruin!♥

  11. Those look REALLY good!!! How in the world do ya stay so trim with all the goodies you make?? LOL! I just might try these, bananas are healthy right;)

  12. I think I just saw this recipe too, but it had a bit of peanut butter on top of the banana then the chocolate....looks so yummy! :)

  13. Oh, no--I see another favorite recipe coming on! :) These look delicious!! Thank you again for sharing these wonderful recipes.

  14. How awesome! I love chocolate dipped frozen bananas. But I especially like these little bite size versions! Perfect summer treat! : )

  15. These look like something I'd definitely love!

  16. Wow what a nice blog and the heading picture alone makes me very hungry! Richard from the Amish settlement of Lebanon,Pa

  17. Easy enough for me! Have a very nice weekend.

  18. I love chocolate covered strawberries but I never thought of covering bananas! Looks good!

  19. Oh my gosh that looks perfect! Yum!!

  20. I made 2 bananas worth and can't keep my hand out of the freezer...I just keep grabbing one to eat...they are sooo addictive!!

  21. I would of never thought of this! What a great easy delicious recipe!! Thank you!

  22. Thanks for sharing, it is easy and delicious and will surprise my guests but I will place the chips over the boiling water as M'wave them is quite risky !! I was told if some butter added will make it shine !! So I may add in 1 spoon of butter to try. I wonder why have to freeze them ? or just to let the chocolate to harden !!

  23. Yum! We used to make these as kids but with 1/2 a banana. These would be easier to eat in one bite!

  24. G'day and YUM! Thanks for making me smile today Lois!
    Cheers! Joanne

  25. These look delicious. I would never have thought of adding peanut butter. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday.

  26. These sound yummy! And I love how simple they are to make. Thanks for sharing with Merry Monday!