How to Make Frozen Banana Crunch Pops

Not only was this snack fun to make it is a healthy treat!
3 large bananas cut in half
6 wooden skewers with flat ends
wax paper
3 oz of white chocolate squares
1 cup of rice cereal
1/3 cup of chopped dried fruit
1/3 cup of coconut
Cut bananas in half. Skewer and put on wax paper. Put in freezer for 1 hour. While your bananas are in freezer mix up fruit and coconut.


After hour, melt chocolate according to package.  Make assembly line. Dip banana stick in chocolate, rice cereal, then fruit mix. ( Don’t let your bananas sit out too long, they will melt and be hard to work with) After Banana Pops are assembled return to freezer for another 2 hours.


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  1. I love chocolate bananas and this looks like an amazing variety! I am definitely printing this one out and will make this soon. :-) Thanks so much for linking up with “Try a New Recipe Tuesday!”

  2. What a great idea! I know what we’ll be doing today :)

  3. These look delicous!

  4. Yummy! These look and sound so good! And healthy. :)

    Thanks for linking up again on my blog!

  5. Oh this looks so fun!! We must try this soon since school is officially out tomorrow, and what a great snack for summer this would be!
    Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog :) I am following you now too!!!

  6. FUN! This has inspired me to do banana pops. I think my daughter will LOVE them! Maybe I might try the ones similar to what they do at Disneyland. YUM YUM! Want one now. ;)


  7. Sounds so yummy!! Will def try! Thanks for sharing!

  8. This is such a great and fun idea. I would for you to come and link this up at our Summer Fun Link Party

  9. This is so much more fun that plain ‘ole chocolate dipped bananas. We have LOADS of bananas to eat, as the tree produced 2 racimes this year, and I have the feeling dark chocolate is about to go on the grocery list to make these yummy treats. Thanks for sharing. Tweeting this now!

  10. Looks yummy!! Great and healthy treat!

  11. they are yummy!

  12. oh my delicious!!! totally trying these

  13. Julie- what a fun snack and a cutie pie little chef you have there! thanks for linking with kids in the kitchen!

  14. These look great! What a fun treat to make with kids. I’m visiting my nieces soon and will try these with them.

    P.s. thanks so much for stopping by my place and liking me on Facebook. I’m following you too. :)

  15. Ohhh yum! These look great ~ my son loves bananas, so I’m pinning to try!! And thanks for sharing at Happy lil ?’s are baking ~ hope to see you again :-)

  16. Oh yum!

  17. Yum! Healthy AND delicious!? I’m in!!

  18. Those look amazing! I can’t wait to try these with my kids. We’ll need lots of ideas to keep them busy this summer and no better place to do that than the kitchen! Consider yourself “pinned”! Visiting from the blog hop.

    Pls. check out our book giveaways if you get the chance! Cheers, Renee

  19. I call this good food gone bad…. just kidding, it is one of my favorites.

  20. This looks like so much fun! I will be doing this with my son soon. Thanks for sharing!

  21. I sure could use one of these today. Before I move to Alaska I used to get bananas all the time from fairs. Thanks so much for sharing at Whatcha Whipped Up.

  22. The Bananas look good!! And your daughter is so adorable!!

    Thanks for sharing this link at Romance on a dime!! I’m pinning this.

  23. WOW these look so yummy and delicious. My youngest/14 mos. is obsessed with bananas.. so he would really go wild for these. winks, jen

  24. interestiing recipe….thanks for sharing! stopping by from monday musings blog hop!
    Also fyi….I am starting a linky party this Friday called Faithfully Parenting. Here’s the info if you are interested!!

  25. That recipe sure does sound amazing. Would love it if you link it to Piquant Potluck!

  26. And you have a lovely daughter :)

  27. Your little one is adorable and looks SO proud:) They look yummy!! Thanks so much for sharing at Two Sasters!

  28. Yummy! This is my kind of treat. I like tasty food – but I don’t enjoy cooking very much. I’ll be trying this for sure. Thanks for visiting my little blog today … following back :)

  29. Yummy! This is my kind of treat. I like tasty food – but I don’t enjoy cooking very much. I’ll be trying this for sure. Thanks for visiting my little blog today … following back :)

  30. My kiddos would love making this treat.

    Mrs. Delightful

  31. I know what my girls are having tomorrow for snack!!!

  32. These banana crunch pops look simply amazing!! Thanks for sharing this at Romance on a dime!! I’m going to be featuring this post on Romance on a dime tomorrow.


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