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Valentine’s Banana Pops

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Valentine’s Day comes, and although I am not a victim of this great grand occasion, I adore delicious frozen bananas from time to time, so I decided to combine the two to share this banana recipe on Valentine’s Day. .

I mentioned it several times before making a lot of complicated sweets, because I prefer focusing my energy on cooking rather than baking. That’s why I liked this recipe because it is so easy for any child to help you. In fact, this makes the recipe even more special.

When I started writing this blog in 2011 (Wow, almost 8 years ago!), This is where I tried new recipes in the kitchen, so I was nine years old and could eat anything other than frozen chicken D. It was the boy, The 9-year-old drives his car, leaving only one year of high school before leaving. ?

This blog is also the place to record all my crazy recipes (you know I am my age and don’t remember what I did 5 minutes ago, not to mention how to prepare new recipes!) One day, girls, my family and friends can go somewhere to find something suitable for your family.

How has my time changed since then, but one thing remains the same: My girl still loves to help me in the kitchen. In fact, this year our eldest daughter made all of our Christmas cookies to help me, and although she was not actively involved in the high school cooking process, she learned to cook (actually!). Through penetration (I think I looked at me on the sidelines).

She provided some delicious meals for herself during her university stay off campus, and even provided some helpful advice on her in this article on budget friendly college meals. Our youngest child is currently in a high school cooking class and is very confident in his kitchen skills. So much so that some other kids rely on them to teach them the right skills when the teacher is uncomfortable; so I think my plan will eventually succeed.

This brings me back to Banana Pop for Valentine’s Day, which you’ll make with your kids and create your own memories. You need bananas, lollipop sticks, dark chocolate chips and sprinkles.

How do you make banana points for Valentine’s Day?
My family loves dark chocolate, so Ghirardelli used 60% cocoa dark chocolate, but you can use any kind of chocolate your family likes. I like this because if you want something sweet, some of these chips can really please my passions.

The first line is a small frying pan with parchment paper. Then cut the bananas in half so that you get two equal parts for each banana. Place the popsicle stick at the bottom (flat part) of each banana and put it in a skillet, then freeze for at least 6 hours or overnight to allow the banana to freeze.

Use a microwave dish or double bowl to melt the chocolate until it slides, then dip the banana soda into the chocolate, sprinkle a little, and then put it back in the bowl. Repeat for all banana launchers.

Return the pan to the fridge for another 30 to 60 minutes to replenish the banana stick. Then the clothes are cold. You can keep it in a closed container for up to one week. I must say that although I usually don’t eat Valentine’s snacks, my family definitely loves these banana pollutants on Valentine’s Day and is surprised with pleasure. Enjoy it ~!

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Valentine’s Banana Pops


  • Author: admin
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 20 minutes

Description

Valentine’s Day comes, and although I am not a victim of this great grand occasion, I adore delicious frozen bananas from time to time, so I decided to combine the two to share this banana recipe on Valentine’s Day. .


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Ingredients

  • Valentine’s Colored Sprinkles
  • 2 c. Dark Chocolate Chips
  • 2 Bananas, peeled
  • 4 Lollipop Sticks

Instructions

  • Start by lining a pan with parchment paper; then cut the bananas in half so you get two equal pieces per banana. Place a lollipop stick in the bottom of each banana, put on the pan; then freeze for at least 6 hours or overnight so the bananas freeze.
  • Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe dish or over a double boiler until smooth; then dip a banana pop into the chocolate, cover with your sprinkles and place back on the pan. Repeat for all banana pops.
  • Place the pan back in the freezer for another 30-60 minutes to refreeze the banana pops; then serve cold. You can store these in an airtight container for up to 1 week.

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