This recipe was a healthy alternative to typical dessert. It satisfied my chocolate craving and sugar craving, and i got one serving of fruit! My husband thought it was kind of boring.
good idea, you get your chocolate and fruit in one. Every womans dream. I liked it, but would probably have more fun with it if I had children.
We tried these over the summer and thought they were fun. My husband and kids didn’t really enjoy the taste but they did enjoy the *thought* of the recipe. I thought they were yummy but we probably won’t make them again.
WOW!!! NO WORDS CAN DESCRIBE HOW DELICIOUS THESE ARE!! I WISH I COULD GIVE THEM MORE THEN 5 STARS!!
What a trip down memory lane. We used to make these at Girl Scout camp only we tossed them into the fire for a minute or so. Fun (great for kids while camping!) and yummy.
I found that if you’re doing these in the oven 5 min isn’t enough, it should be closer to 10 probably, but these are fun and yummy no matter what your age!
1 Tbsp of Marshmallow Fluff
1 tsp of Graham Crumbs
5 g of Dark Chocolate
1. Peel and slice your banana open
2. Place 1 heaping Tbsp. of marshmallow fluff in a small microwave-safe bowl and heat for 20 seconds. The fluff will rise, but don’t stir it. Just very quickly spread it on your banana halves with a knife.
3. Top with about 1 tsp in total of graham crumbs (I crush down some graham cracker and keep a bag for when I make this treat)
4. Then I take ½ square (5g) of Lindt 70% dark chocolate and melt in a small microwave safe bowl, heat for 30 seconds. Then turn chocolate piece over and repeat until it is melted, usually 3-4 intervals. Yes, the chocolate is a very small piece but I promise it is enough, I learned that a little goes a long way!
5. Use a small spoon and drizzle the melted chocolate over your banana, voila there you have it!