Sometimes, I just want a bite for dessert.
Just one little perfect bite to complete a delicious meal.
So….I made bites!!
I have to warn you though…they’re frozen bites.
Listen, I know it’s really cold outside. I know ice and snow cover the trees right now. I know this because I will officially be cold all all all the time until May and I hate hate hate hate it.
(Word repetition for emphasis. I really mean it).
I know better than most that it is a really bad time to eat frozen things that will just complete your transformation into ice cube by chilling from the inside.
But…this is a banana, peanut butter, chocolate situation.
It’s warmth for your heart.
Sometimes, we make exceptions.
This is a banana. Chunked.
This is a banana and peanut butter.
That’s quite the stylish hairdo you’ve got there, banana.
A peanut butter hat AND a chocolatey plunge into dreamy silky chocolate drippy deliciousness?
Some guys have all the luck.
Now go have a bite.
The banana gets so creamy it might as well be ice cream. With crunchy peanut butter these remind me of those Snickers ice cream bars!
Recipe from pictures on pinterest. I found a recipe AFTER I did this here and it’s pretty much exactly what I did.
A banana or two
Some peanut butter
Some chocolate chips (about 1/2 cup)
some milk (about 1/4 cup)
1. Line a cookie sheet with wax paper…that’s where you’ll put your drippy bites so it’s good to be prepared
2. Slice bananas into little medallions..how thick depends on how much banana you want in each bite. Mine were about 1/2 inch to and inch
3. Spoon a bit of peanut butter on top of each banana slice. Again..how much is entirely up to you. Don’t go too crazy, though. It should still fit within the area of a banana slice =)
4. Put the chocolate chips and milk in the container you’re going to use for dipping. Deep-ish is good because you want to get the whole banana bit in there and completely covered. Microwave in 10-15 second increments until the chips easily combine with the milk. Mine was ready in 30 seconds
5. One by one, place each banana/peanut butter slice on a fork (so that the excess chocolate can run off) and somehow cover it with the chocolate/milk mixture. You can spoon chocolate over the banana, dip the fork in, or just drop the banana in there and fish it out with a fork. Not gonna lie…that’s what I did.
6. Arrange on the wax-lined cookie sheet and freeze overnight or until they’re little frozen bites of heaven. Remove from the sheet and store in the freezer in an airtight container.