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Dairy free ‘nana choc pops: 4 ingredients

Dairy Free Chocolate Banana - 4 Ingredient RecipeWith school holidays here, these dairy free chocolate banana pops are a fun and interactive treat for children to make. They are deliciously healthy and the perfect indulgent dessert!

With only 4 simple ingredients you’ll whip them up in no time, yummo! So get the kids in to the kitchen and start them making these delicious banana treats/

Ingredients

  • 4 ripe bananas
  • 2 tbsp cacao butter (or sub good quality dark chocolate)
  • 1 tbsp cacao powder
  • 1 tbsp rice malt syrup

Method:

Peel the bananas and chop each one in half. Place the halved bananas on a freezer-safe plate and place in the freezer;
In a microwave safe bowl melt the cacao butter in the microwave until melted (approximately 1-2 minutes);
Stir through the cacao powder and rice malt syrup and stir until smooth;
Remove the banana from the freezer and push a stick through the chopped end of the banana;
Dip the banana in the chocolate mixture and then quickly dip in chosen topping (optional). The chocolate should solidify immediately;
Continue until all bananas have been dipped in the chocolate mixture;
Store dairy free nana-choc pops in the freezer.
Note: Cacao powder is a source of caffeine. For a caffeine-free option replace cacao powder with carob powder.

Optional:

Toppings such as shredded coconut, chopped chocolate, chopped nuts

 

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Krissy

About the Author:

I’m Krissy, a once-was sugar addict turned healthy eater (80 percent of the time). Healthy living doesn’t stop at food, and living healthy doesn’t need to be bland and boring. Pretty Wee Things is a health and wellness blog dedicated to inspiring health in the prettiest way possible. When I’m not in the kitchen or drinking almond milk lattes, I’m spending time with my big and little loves, working part time and studying to be a certified nutrition and health coach. Follow me on my Blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest

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