Frozen Banana Bites (Family Bites)


  • Welcome! I'm Jan, a Canadian food writer & party planner with a specialty in celebrations for kids. I'm the Food Editor for SavvyMom Media & a contributor to several other family-focused publications. I live in Toronto with my husband and our two tween sons.

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That look yummy... and easy, I love dark chocolate... with frozen banana... cool! I show my daughter how to make spring rolls for her school work when she is 12, and she do better them me... surprised! I am a cook for more then 20 years! :-( Mei


I like the fact that these are bite nice. Great looking and refreshing treat. Bet the boys gobbled them all up!

Jan Scott

I like that theyre bite-sized too!  No sticks to worry about and they really are just a pop-in-your-mouth kind of snack.  The kids loved them and to be honest, we did too.


I am not a huge fan of banana; but I love this idea. I am going to try these with peaches or something. Thanks for the idea!

Jan Scott

Bianca, I love the idea of using peaches! Yum.  Im not a big banana person either, but I really love these.


How creative. I love it!




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