Frankenstein Chocolate Covered Frozen Banana Pops

Kids and adults alike will gobble up these delicious and friendly Frankenstein frozen banana pops. A yummy after school treat or a sweet addition to your Halloween party.   They are so simple to put together that the kids can help from start to finish making it not only a great snack but a super fun activity to do together (you can also convince yourself that they are healthy since its fresh fruit).  If you want to lighten up this snack you can probably use yogurt in place of  white chocolate to coat your bananas. This recipe makes 8 small pops but can easily be doubled or tripled.

{Healthier} Frankenstein Banana Pops

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Ingredients:

4 bananas

3/4 cup white chocolate chips

1/4 cup milk chocolate chips

8 additional chocolate chips for “bolts”

green food coloring

candy eyes

craft/popsicle sticks

toothpick

Directions:

Cut bananas in half, and cut of the ends so they are flat.

Slide wooden  stick into center of banana about 3/4 of the way in.

Place bananas on a waxed paper lined tray and into freezer for at least 30 minutes until solid.

Place white chocolate chips into a microwaveable bowl, heat in 20-30 second increments, stirring every time, until smooth and fully melted.

Stir in green food coloring until desired shade is reached.

Remove bananas from freezer and use a spatula to coat them completely in green chocolate, if needed place chocolate back in microwave and remelt 20 seconds at time.

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Immediately, while chocolate is still wet press eyes and bolts into it, set on waxed paper and allow to harden.

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Once your  green /white chocolate has hardened,  melt milk chocolate the same way-by heating it for 20 seconds at a time.

Dip top end of banana into chocolate and smooth for his hair.

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Use a toothpick to draw on a stitched mouth.

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Allow all chocolate to set and return to freezer until ready to serve.

A {healthier} Frankenstein Pop is sure to delight kids of all ages! Happy Halloween! 

Frankenstein Chocolate Covered Frozen Banana Pops
Recipe Type: Halloween Treats
Author: Brett
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Serves: 8
Bananas turned into Frankenstein!
Ingredients
  • Ingredients:
  • 4 bananas
  • 3/4 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup milk chocolate chips
  • 8 additional chocolate chips for “bolts”
  • green food coloring
  • candy eyes
  • craft/popsicle sticks
  • toothpick
Instructions
  1. Cut bananas in half, and cut of the ends so they are flat.
  2. Slide wooden stick into center of banana about 3/4 of the way in.
  3. Place bananas on a waxed paper lined tray and into freezer for at least 30 minutes until solid.
  4. Place white chocolate chips into a microwaveable bowl, heat in 20-30 second increments, stirring every time, until smooth and fully melted.
  5. Stir in green food coloring until desired shade is reached.
  6. Remove bananas from freezer and use a spatula to coat them completely in green chocolate, if needed place chocolate back in microwave and remelt 20 seconds at time.
  7. Immediately, while chocolate is still wet press eyes and bolts into it, set on waxed paper and allow to harden.
  8. Once your green /white chocolate has hardened, melt milk chocolate the same way-by heating it for 20 seconds at a time.
  9. Dip top end of banana into chocolate and smooth for his hair.
  10. frankenstein-halloween-banana- mouth
  11. Allow all chocolate to set and return to freezer until ready to serve.



About the author: I am a Work at home homeschooling mom of two- a fierce 4 year old princess who keeps me hopping, and my sweet, laid back, first born- a little boy who is 7. Underfoot are also two little Dachshunds, a Sun Conure, and my hard working hubby too. When i am not dodging Legos on the floor or playing princess tea party I am crafting, cooking , gardening, or junkin’. I get through these crazy days of life fueled by countless cups of coffee and a whole lotta’ Jesus.

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