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Saturday 2 August 2014

Banana and PB Chocolate Covered Drops {Sugar-free} | Recipy

Halloooo there!

How have YOU been!? I have been goooood. I had some tough choices to make these last few days, BUT I survived it and I am hitting our new path hard and on the go. Lots and lots happening. 

BUT, today's blog is NOT about what'ss up in my life. Today's blog is all about healthy, yummy, sugar free treats! And who doesn't love that? 

We have all probably seen this on Pinterest, but I wanted to share my experience with you.

The best thing about this is, the fat is way lower than normal sugar free foods. So lets jump right into it!

First let me temped you with a picture!
Mmm, doesn't that look yum-my!

You will need the following:
+- 5 Bananas
Jar of peanut butter (It can be ANY, your favourite or your least favourite)
+-250-300g of chocolate (preferably plain with no added nuts or fruits. I used for my 10 a bar of Canderel 85g)
Wax paper to line the bowls

This makes about 40

Step 1:
Cut the bananas into slices, well after you have peeled them 

Step 2:
(I did not have wax paper so I used Spray and Cook. Works just as well) Place the bananas neatly next to each other. Take a knife and dip the tip into the PB (For those who don't know, this is PEANUT BUTTER, my FAVOURITE) and spread on top of the banana. 

Step 3:
Add the top banana to all your PB covered banana slices.

Step 4:
Put the banana's in the freezer for an hour

Step 4:
Melt your chocolate. 
Here you can use your own initiative. I saw this neat trick once (well I think it is neat) with melting chocolate. You take a bowl with water and heat it up. It SHOULD NOT boil. As soon as it boils turn off the heat and start again. You put a glass bowl into the water and add the chocolate. Keep the water warm and eventually the chocolate will melt without burning. As soon as everything is smooth remove it from the heat.

 Step 5:
Cover your banana and pb with the melted chocolate. 
Here you can add as much or as little chocolate as you like. I used a teaspoon and let it drip over until it covered the whole drop or just let it run of the sides.

Step 6:
Put the banana and PB chocolate covered drops back in the freezer for at least 3 hours. We did and then took it out and put it in the fridge, but it went all gooey. I would say put it in the freezer for at least 4-5 hours.

And whala, you are done. Enjoy as a dessert with a hot cup of coffee (or tea) or just eat it as a little sweat treat.

We made this in the winter which was probably not a good idea seeing that is freezing on your teeth, BUT it was a great hit with our friends and the whole taste of it is just...hmmm YUMMY!

AAAAAAND it is completely sugar free.

I hope you enjoyed this little recipe. Please share you pictures with me if you make it. You can tweet or Instagram me. The links is on the right side. Big, bright and PINK!

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