Crafty Christmas Snack Frozen Banana Penguin

Banana PenguinsSo I’m obviously not the fanciest food artist on the planet but I dreamt up  this idea and thought it sounded fun. I’ve heard of chocolate covered frozen bananas so why not craft it up a bit. First grab some bananas and maybe 1/2 cup of chocolate chips in a microwavable bowl.

Bananas and Chocolate

Stir the chips after 30 seconds and microwave for another 30 seconds. Cut the bananas so they have a flat bottom and carefully dip in chocolate until the top and sides have been covered. 

Ok so they look a little like Elvis here but stick with me.


Attach Reeces pieces as eyes to the still melty chocolate and half of the orange ones as a beak. I also attached two orange ones as feet but they kept falling off because the chocolate got a little too hard and the picture started to look a little suggestive. 

Then put the penguins in the freezer for about 20 minutes. I sprayed tin foil with pan spray to make sure they came off easily.


The boys ready to chow down. Everyone got a little chocolaty but it was fun.
Boys Ready to Dig In




18 thoughts on “Crafty Christmas Snack Frozen Banana Penguin

    • try putting a popsicle stick into each one…they are sold in a summer resort area in upstate NY w/o the decorations and covered w/chocolate

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