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Frozen Banana Treats

Frozen Banana Treats recipe
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I didn't make this exact recipe, but I made something like it for our church's VBS this year. I took banana halves and dipped them in lemon juice, refrigerate, and the kids...read more
posted by
ChefJulieJules
on 6/9/2009
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings, one banana half each
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posted:
6/9/2009
I didn't make this exact recipe, but I made something like it for our church's VBS this year. I took banana halves and dipped them in lemon juice, refrigerate, and the kids used Whipped Chocolate Pillsbury icing and made spots on the bananas or some covered them completely! We had one complaint that the lemon juice made the bananas a little sour, but with the icing they were delicious! Next time maybe we'll try this recipe.
posted:
2/12/2008
I made this receipe many years ago and kept thinking that I was doing something wrong when making them again. I then realized that when I made them before I inserted the popcycle stick into the banana and then froze them prior to dipping them into what ever coating I had on hand. My favorite was always nuts. The warm chocolate stuck better to the banana likewise the coatings. Golightly234
posted:
12/14/2007
It wasn't what I was expecting. I have had frozen banana pops before, but these were nothing like them. I think I will keep looking for another recipe.
posted:
10/26/2006
We used Ice Cream toppings and candy sprinkles instead of the cereal!! I had no problems w/this recipe and everyone loved them -even the hubby!! Will make again - will probably try some different toppings!!
posted:
10/4/2006
we made these with a few of my sons' friends and it got pretty messy. As long as you freeze them as directed the mess should be less. I put out several topping options such as crushed nuts and sprinkles.
posted:
9/1/2006
It tasted ok but i melted the chocolate as i was supposed to and it kept getting to hard, i could not get it on the bannanas...it wouldnt stick! it was too messy for me.
posted:
8/22/2006
Super easy. I omitted the cereal, but you could also use chopped nuts.
posted:
7/24/2006
My kids love this (and my husband). This is the best summer treat. It is something that they are always asking for.
posted:
4/27/2006
Good!!
posted:
3/20/2006
My whole family loves this recipe great for snacks in the summer.
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