Frozen Chocolate Covered Bananas



These are incredibly easy to make and SO delicious, especially if you make them with a good bar of chocolate.   I like milk chocolate, but these would also be great with semi-sweet chocolate as well.   If you’re not a big fan of sprinkles, try rolling the bananas in nuts.  Yum!  They’re a great, fun warm-weather dessert.

Ok, so you know that my boys are picky eaters, but I figured I’d have all four of them with this recipe.  Guess what — no such luck.   Only two out of the four tried them.   One of my sons refuses to eat any fruit or vegetable with one exception.   He immediately turned his nose up at these.   I was actually quite surprised by the second rejection – he wouldn’t even taste them.   Go figure.   Well, two out of four ain’t bad.

Again, I’ll be eternally grateful if you can share any tips that will get my picky eaters to eat.

Frozen Chocolate Covered Bananas

3 firm bananas
1 bar (3.5 – 4 oz.) of good milk chocolate (I used a bar of Lindt milk chocolate)
6 wooden skewers or popsicle sticks

Melt chocolate in the microwave (if you have a setting for melting chocolate), or in small saucepan on low heat, stirring constantly until smooth. Pour chocolate mixture into a shallow bowl and set aside.  Peel bananas and cut in half.   Put a skewer into the flat end of each banana half and dip the bananas into the melted chocolate.   Use a spoon to make sure the chocolate coats the bananas evenly.   Dust with sprinkles.   Place on a wax paper lined tray.   Put them in the freezer for at least 30 minutes, or until you’re ready to eat them.  Once the chocolate has hardened, you can wrap each banana individually in plastic wrap so they stay fresh until you’re ready to eat them.

Yield:  6 pops

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5 comments to Frozen Chocolate Covered Bananas

  • Jennifer

    Where do you get those banana pop plastic sticks. they look so cute and practical for frozen bananas.

  • Hi,

    I bought the popsicle sticks at my local supermarket a couple of years ago. If you search for “popsicle molds” on Amazon, you’ll find lots of them.


  • I’d like to add a couple of tips to this recipe that I’ve learned from experience. First, it’s really important to let your… bananas ripen until they are covered with *small* brown spots. That ensures that their sugar level is optimal. Next, when you freeze them, do not place them in a freezer bag. Moisture that evaporates from the bananas as they freeze will result in ice crystals on the bananas if it is trapped within a plastic bag. This ice will melt into the chocolate when you dip the bananas and cause the chocolate clump. If you do see ice crystals on the frozen bananas, brush it off prior to dipping them. In addition to being a great tasting treat, frozen bananas are also a good food source. For a good description of nutritional benefits, see:

  • jessica

    when i try to dip bananas (or strawberries) it seems like the chocolate slides right off. it does not coat smoothly. help!

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