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Frozen Bananas Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Kymberlynn Blackstone
Added: Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 cup chopped nuts (peanuts are best)
2 cups chocolate chips
1 tbs milk
4 bananas

Directions:
Directions:
Cover a cookie sheet with waxed paper. Finely chop nuts in food processor or by hand, place on paper plate. Put the chocolate chips in measuring cup and add the milk. Place in microwave for 40 seconds on high power. Remove and stir the chocolate chips. They should melt as you stir, but if not you can microwave them again for 10 seconds and stir again. Peel 1 banana and cut it in half crosswise. Using tongs, dip each half into the chocolate and hold it over the cup to let all of the extra chocolate drip off. Roll the banana halves in the nuts. Set each chocolate covered banana on the waxed paper and finish rest of bananas. When all are ready, cover with plastic wrap and freeze until firm. If you are not eating them immediately, store frozen bananas in a resealable plastic freezer bag.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
8 banana

 

 

 

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