frozen bananas dipped in dark chocolate

My dear friend over atHealthy Test Kitchens recently asked me to develop a simple and healthy recipe to feature on her weekly newsletter.¬† This week is all about the healthy benefits of dark chocolate.¬† I was happy to contribute and excited about being part of Healthy Test Kitchens’ newsletter.¬†¬†You should check it out sometime – it’s a great way to keep up with health trends, news, and pick up a few healthy and easy recipes along the way.

Being healthier or making better choices doesn’t have to be complicated.¬† So this recipe is all about keeping it simple.¬† It’s a¬†satifying treat that combines 2 good for you ingredients:¬† fresh bananas + dark chocolate (and optional sprinkles).¬† I love that these are bite size which make them look like little pieces¬†of decadent chocolate.¬† They’re the perfect size to eat when you’re craving¬†something sweet.¬† To be honest I’m not a huge fan of dark chocolate…but¬†this I love!¬† The natural sweetness of the banana balances out the dark chocolate.¬† It’s a fun treat that you don’t have to feel guilty about.

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5 Responses to Banana Bon Bons {bite sized frozen bananas + dark chocolate}

  1. Cynthia says:

    Wow this looks so tasty! I’ll have to try this when I’m craving something sweet! Great idea!

  2. Kirsty says:

    these are so cute! and would be perfect for a child’s lunchbox or tricking them into a healthy snack ;)
    i can’t wait to try them

  3. kitchenrunway says:

    Cynthia: Thank you – glad that you’re going to try it =)

    Kirsty: Thank you – it’s definitely kid friendly.

  4. … I almost just threw out bananas…

  5. kitchenrunway says:

    Hailey: Glad you got to put your bananas to use instead of throwing them out.

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