How to Make Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Bites

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How to Make Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Bites Recipe
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Slice banana into 1/2 inch coins

Slice banana into 1/2 inch coins

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Lay them out on a wax-paper covered cookie sheet

Lay them out on a wax-paper covered cookie sheet

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Put a little blob of peanut butter on top of each. I used the back of a spoon.

Put a little blob of peanut butter on top of each. I used the back of a spoon.

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Smooth down the PB so it lays evenly on top of the banana slices, and put in the freezer for 15 minutes to firm up

Smooth down the PB so it lays evenly on top of the banana slices, and put in the freezer for 15 minutes to firm up

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In a double boiler or reasonable facsimile melt your chocolate. You could use chocolate chips, but what you're looking at here is the shattered remains of 3 hollow Easter bunnies

In a double boiler or reasonable facsimile melt your chocolate. You could use chocolate chips, but what you're looking at here is the shattered remains of 3 hollow Easter bunnies

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Melt your chocolate, whisking in just enough milk to make it dip-able, not spreadable. When I first added some heavy cream, it got all grainy, but I just added more milk, whisked and it smoothed out.

Melt your chocolate, whisking in just enough milk to make it dip-able, not spreadable. When I first added some heavy cream, it got all grainy, but I just added more milk, whisked and it smoothed out.

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Dip your frozen PB & banana bits in your melted chocolate, and return to the freezer til frozen.

Dip your frozen PB & banana bits in your melted chocolate, and return to the freezer til frozen.

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Admire the smooth chocolatey goodness.

Admire the smooth chocolatey goodness.

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Once frozen, store in a ziplock bag or a Tupperware container (or any other nonproprietary storage device), and enjoy periodically. Must stay frozen.

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In the interests of credit where credit is due, got the idea off nomnomnomblog via pinterest. Her blog posting: nomnomnomblog.com/2011/05/11/…

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