Dark Chocolate and Toasted Coconut Banana Pops


dark chocolate coconut banana pops

I started loving chocolate covered bananas while I was living in Guatemala. People would sell them right from their freezers for 25 cents or less. Because they were so cheap it was hard not to buy three or four of them, they are SO good. A perfect frozen treat for a hot day. The best part they are easy to make.. Kids love them too, especially if you let them help you dip or sprinkle toppings on them. .Isaiah is a fan  of the banana pops. or should I say the chocolate,. he likes to  eat the chocolate off of the banana and hand whats left over of the banana back to me.

The best part about this recipe is the chocolate that you dip it in can be used for so many things  It can double as magic shell for ice cream. Do you remember the fast food place that would dip the cones for you in the magic chocolate that would harden instantly? Where was that by the way? I used to love those when I was a kid.  Or you can use it to dip anything you would like; strawberries, kiwi, oranges, pineapple-the skies the limit.  Honestly what isn’t better dipped in a little chocolate.

With out further ado here is the recipe….

Note this recipe make a lot of chocolate, so if you run out of frozen bananas to dip, store the rest of the chocolate in a glass container in the fridge to top yummy ice cream. When you want to use the magic shell chocolate heat it back up because it will go solid in the fridge. We have been making a lot of ice cream around here,triple berry ice cream, caramelized banana ice cream with coconut milk, almond milk, and agave….so yummy, I need to try them with this magic shell.

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2 Responses to Dark Chocolate and Toasted Coconut Banana Pops

  1. andrea says:

    I used to love these as a kid! thanks for posting ! i was wondering the other day how to make these!

    • desiree says:

      Andrea, I know what you mean I love them too. I ate these up when I lived in Guatemala, people sell them from their houses.

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