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Soooo Gooood my newest addiction!! Love frozen chocolate dipped bananas and love these bite sized treats even more with the addition of peanut butter and because they are bite sized. I used a bag of semisweet chocolate chips and did not add shortening once they were melted. I also sub'd the toffee chips out and used crushed peanuts instead. Peanut butter and banana chunks really need to be frozen well to make the next step of dipping in chocolate work well. I didn't measure the peanut butter either and just used my judgment when topping a banana slice. These little frozen bites of delight are rich satisfying and delicious!
These were so good, but so rich. You're gonna need a glass of milk!
They were easy to make, but time consuming. Definitely plan on making these the day before you want to serve them. The part I found most tedious was putting the peanut butter on. I might experiment next time with melting the P.B and freezing the banana slices first, then dipping them in P.B then freezing again, then dipping in chocolate. You could use P.B chips, but it wouldn't be quite the same.
All in all this was a hit with my daughter's softball team. The girls devoured a double batch and none were left over.
I thought it was ok taste-wise. Nothing spectacular. At first I didn't want to make them due to the prep time so I improvised. I sliced the bananas and put them in a dish put a dollop of peanut butter on top and added the toothpick. I melted the chocolate and drizzled it over all. They weren't completely covered as they would have been if I had dipped them but the taste was comparable and this way was much easier to prepare.
These were ok. I love peanut butter and chocolate but the frozen banana was a weird texture. I took another reviewers suggestion and warmed the peanut butter so that it was easy to dip the (frozen) bananas in it. I melted the chocolate in the microwave.
these were great my hubby n 5 year old loved them! couple tips freeze them over night or atleast a good 6 hrs on both freeze times. the chocolate made the banana mushy but they were still good. when i kept the left overs in the freezer all night they came solid n were better. on the second freeze after the chocolate coating i froze them 3 hrs and they weren't 2 bad mushy wise so if u cant do over night i would recommend at least 5 -6 hrs and test them out in the processes 2 see if they need longer every fridge is different!
I love these. Frozen bananas with peanut butter are one of my favorites. Instead of globing the peanut butter on the banana, I used a straw to poke a hole through the middle of the entire length of banana, then put the peanut butter in a plastic bag and snipped off the corner and filled the banana with peanut butter. Froze that over night and dipped it in chocolate and topped with toffee.