Chocolate Bananas


Growing up in Guatemala, I used to eat frozen chocolate bananas called “chocobananos.” These frozen bananas were covered in a hard shell of chocolate. I thought to myself, “I bet those aren’t that hard to make, and they are healthy, too.” Plus, I want my own children to experience the joy of eating a chocolate banana.


My friend that I grew up with in Guatemala told me to buy chocolate almond bark. You find it in the baking section of the grocery store. Don’t forget to buy the bananas, and make sure you have some popsicle sticks.


Peel the banachocobananonas and cut them in half. Stab them each with a popsicle stick. Place them on wax paper on a cookie sheet in the freezer. Let them freeze overnight.

The next day, melt the almond bark over medium heat in a pot on the stove. Stir constantly with a wooden spoon. Dip the bananas into it. The chocolate instantly hardens, and you can eat the chocolate bananas on the spot. Yum. Oh, put the leftovers in the freezer for a treat tomorrow, unless you’ve already eaten them all.


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4 Responses to “Chocolate Bananas”

  1. Jennifer says:

    That sounds simply delicious!

  2. DONNA MILLER says:

    I freeze bananas to put into my smoothies, but never covered them with chocolate like this. They look really yummy! Thanks for sharing this! ❤

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