Sunday, August 7, 2011

Banana Split Bites


I love these adorable desserts. 
Does it get any cuter than these chocolate dipped banana bites?  

They are a perfect dessert especially
for kids. They can be made in about 10 minutes and do not require baking! Depending on the color sprinkles that you choose, you can make them patriotic in red, white, and blue or to match any theme.
( Check that your sprinkles are gluten free)

Follow my simple recipe, which just calls for dipping in chocolate, rolling in sprinkles, and topping with whipped cream. ( see recipe for vegan coconut whipped cream below)  Or you can try scooping out a little of the banana and filling it with ice cream.

Make These Simple Dessert With Kids

Making these banana split bites is a fun project to make with kids. Kids love to make desserts like brownies, cookies, and cupcakes. This is a fun addition that you can add to your repertoire. The best part is you won't even have to turn on your oven.

Author: Judee Algazi
Prep Time: 10 minutes


3 firm bananas, each cut into thirds
1 cup dark chocolate chips, melted in a small bowl
1 can whipped cream ( or make you own) or use whipped coconut cream for vegan altertnaive ( recipe below)
Sprinkles ( or chopped nuts)  for decoration in a small bowl
Also assemble:
cookie sheet covered with waxed paper


Wash the bananas.Leaving on the peel, cut bananas into thirds.  Wait to remove peel just before you dip the bottom of the banana in melted chocolate chips and then sprinkles and place on waxed paper on cookie sheet. Place in the freezer for about 5-10 minutes so the chocolate can become firm. Remove from freezer,  Top with whipped cream ( or whipped coconut cream (see link below) for a non dairy version) and add a blueberry to the top.
Pictured Step by Step

Ripe bananas

That's it .. make them, eat them ,  love them! 

 Vegan ? 
Use this whipped coconut cream Recipe- Junior GF Chefs.

My notes: 
Cat Davis at Dessert for Nine  posted these Banana Split Bites and filled them with ice cream.
I have to admit, her photo and recipe looked amazing; mine looks well like... "homemade fun."
I have to give you Cat's link so you can see how fabulous her recipe looked.
Use firm bananas for best results.

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  1. Looks like something everyone would love:@)

    1. I agree. It's so festive yet simple and fairly healthy

  2. I am going to buy a bunch of bananas tomorrow to make these. I am your newest follower, I want to eat less gluten! Visiting from Yvonne's On the Menu Monday. xo

    1. Hope it worked out for you Barbara! They taste delicious too.

  3. Hi Judee, thanks for visiting me and for your nice comments. I LOVE Bucks County, and Lancaster County, actually the entire state. I love to go to Peddlers' Village in Lahaska. xo,

  4. These look yummy. I wish I had bananas as I'd make some now.

  5. This looks like a great recipe to try for the next toddler playdate I am hosting. Yummy!

  6. this is a keeper of a recipe! I love this idea. What a fun dessert! I am having some of my girlfriends over for lunch and would love to make this!
    Thanks for all the fun and sweetness you bring to ON THE MENU MONDAY!

  7. Who wouldn't love these? They are cute as can be, and I am sure they are delicious. With banana, chocolate, and sprinkles they are a sure winner. I saw your link up on Delightfully Dowling!. Thanks.

  8. Yum! What a quick and delicious recipe!

  9. What a great idea. Great to have your post being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  10. These are adorable and sound delicious! I've made a frozen version similar to this that are tasty in the summer. I've been a follower of yours for a while now.

  11. Oh I will have to try and make these for my kids.. they love bananas! Thanks for sharing. Here to follow you back. Have a wonderful weekend!


  12. These look so good, and really cute too! I love desserts that are kind of healthy too! Thank you for sharing the recipe with the Hearth and Soul blog hop.

  13. These are adorable! And how much fun to make and eat!!! I feel a craving coming on ... :)

  14. Hi Judee,
    These are really great little Banana Split Bites. It is a great idea and a delicious treat. Hope you are having a great week end and thanks for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    See you soon!
    Miz Helen

  15. Looks like an easy and fun treat!

  16. I love chocolate covered bananas! Thank you for the recipe!

  17. Awesome idea for kids party!
    Thank you, for linking up with Merry Mondays.

  18. These are so fun! What a great idea for a snack with some patriotic flair. Thanks for sharing at Celebrate the USA Party. Pinning.

  19. These look tasty and easy, two of my fav things lol ;)
    Dropped by from #FridayFrivolity but before I 'split', off to share. :)


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