Hello lovelies! Today I thought I’d share with you how to make one of my favorite desserts: chocolate-covered peanut butter banana bites! They’re sweet and salty as well as a much healthier alternative to other desserts such as ice cream or cake. So here’s how I make them!


– 2 ripe bananas

– Peanut butter

– 1/2 cup of chocolate chips

First, peel the bananas and cut the ends off. After that, cut them into medium slices for the perfect “bite-size” size.

After that, you can do one of two things: you can create peanut butter banana sandwiches with the slices or leave them open-faced. I decided to leave them open-faced so that there would be more of them. I spread a dollop of peanut butter over each slice and arranged them on a plate.


(I made 30 banana bites here.)

When you’re finished with all the banana slices, place the plate into the freezer until they’re all firm. This usually takes only a couple hours.

Now at this point, you could eat them as is and they’re delicious this way, but you can also add the chocolate. So melt however much chocolate you need and then proceed to either dip them in the chocolate or add some on top like I did.

When you’re finished with this, put the plate of banana bites back into the freezer to chill the chocolate. Once the chocolate hardens up, it’s ready to eat! This can last for a while in the freezer, although it never makes it more than a few days in my experience because I always eat all of them so quickly, haha.


And that’s literally all you have to do. It’s simple but delicious and I would highly recommend this to try out.

Let me know if you end up trying this recipe; I’d love to know what you think of it. I’m constantly making this recipe to satisfy my sweet tooth and I hope it satisfies yours as well. Thanks so much for reading and I’ll see you lovelies tomorrow!


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