Chocolate Banana “Popsicles”

So…this is not a recipe. Not really.

It’s more of a snack idea — sort of a cross between a banana and a chocolate fudgsicle. But it was totally delectable and fun to make! I have seen this idea on Pinterest from several websites several times, and finally gave it a try.

The best part about this snack is that you can make it any way you want, with any coating you want. I think it’d be fabulous with crushed Oreos… ❤


1 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips
4 bananas
*1/4 c. granola (any kind works!)
*1/4 c. chopped almonds

*Optional, for rolling

Melt the chocolate in a saucepan, over another larger saucepan of boiling water. {Keeps the chocolate from burning, of which I am usually the queen.} Stir occasionally until totally melted.

Cut each banana in half and place a popsicle stick halfway into the center of each banana half. Using a rubber spatula {or any other utensil that can spread} spread chocolate over 3/4 of the banana half. If desired, roll the banana halves in the granola or chopped almonds for an extra flavor and texture boost!

My little prep station.


Place an inch apart on a cookie sheet covered in tin foil, and place in the fridge or freezer. I like freezing them — so you can eat them quicker — then storing them in plastic baggies in the fridge. The bananas stay fairly soft, but the chocolate remains hard.

Hubby loves the granola ones, I love the almond ones, and Bundle eats everything. 😀


I’m a sucker for dipped cones at McDonald’s, but these are totally doubling as a craving filler right now!

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Hope you enjoy! ❤

**Edit! On my second go around making these, I noticed the bananas turned a little mushy after being stored in the fridge for a day or two. I’m thinking as long as you use just-ripe bananas (and not overripe) you should be fine for storing them for a few more days in the fridge!


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