These 4 Frozen Banana Recipes Will Keep You Cool All Summer Long
It’s here! It’s the warmer weather!That means it’s time to revel in all the frozen sweets you can. Summer is full of yummy desserts, but one classic you can never forget is the good ol’ frozen banana.We’ve given you four different ways to make this tasty banana treat, so grab a bushel of bananas and get started. And remember, there’s always money in the banana stand…
It’s a frozen banana, so all the chocolate on top doesn’t count, right?
3 cups dark chocolate
3 tablespoons coconut oil
Crushed almonds for rolling
PB and J
1 cup plain Greek yogurt
⅓ cup almond milk
1 cup peanut butter
6-10 graham crackers (crushed) for rolling
Warm jam for drizzling
2 ½ cups plain Greek yogurt
⅓ cup vanilla almond milk
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
Sprinkles for rolling
3 cups plain Greek yogurt
⅓ cup almond milk
Crushed pretzels for rolling
Let’s start with the basic frozen banana.
Peel your banana, cut it in half, and stick a popsicle stick in each end. Make sure to give yourself enough room on the stick to be able to dip and roll your banana.
Place your bananas on a tray, and stick them in the freezer.
Once the bananas are fully frozen, we’ll start experimentng with the different flavors. Get all your ingredients ready!
Recipe One: Chocolate Almond
Put your dark chocolate and coconut oil in a heat-safe bowl and melt them. Stir the mixture well, and put it into a glass for easy banana dipping.Dip your banana into the melted chocolate, fully covering the banana, and then roll it in crushed almonds.
Recipe 2: PB and J
Stir together your plain Greek yogurt, almond milk, and peanut butter, and then heat it up to melt the mixture. Using the glass trick again, dip you banana in and then roll the banana in the crushed graham crackers.
For the final touch, drizzle warm jam on top. Yum!
Recipe 3: Funfetti
For the base, combine your Greek yogurt, vanilla almond milk, and vanilla extract.No melting required here. Just put the mixture in the glass, dip the banana in, and go crazy with sprinkles!
Recipe 4: Yogurt Pretzel
You’ve got the hang of it by now! Mix together your Greek yogurt and almond milk, and let’s get on to the toppings.This time, you’re rolling the banana in delicious crushed pretzels for a salty touch.
And here they are, all four ways!
You could try making all four at once for a party or barbecue, or you could always keep a few frozen bananas on hand for whenever you want to try a new flavor.