Amount Per Serving(one pop)
Calories from Fat 64
Total Fat 7.1g
Saturated Fat 2.7g
Trans Fat 0.0g
Total Carbohydrates 15.7g
Dietary Fiber 1.5g
Vitamin A 0%•Vitamin C 6%Calcium 3%•Iron 5%
For the Banana balls:
- 1 & 1/3 bananas
- 1/4 cup of walnuts
- 1 tbs honey
- pinch of salt
For the coating:
- 70g of dark chocolate
- chopped almonds
- chopped hazelnuts
- hundreds & thousands
- Pop sticks, or wooden skewers.
- Cling film
Roughly chop the walnuts into small bite sized pieces and add them to the banana.
Squeeze in honey and add a pinch of salt.
Mix well to combine everything.
Cut out 6 pieces of cling film.
Place about a teaspoon (bit more or bit less depending) of the mixture in the centre of each piece of cling film.
Take the four corners of the cling film and twist them together so that the mixture is secured in a little cling film ball.
Place in the freezer over night or for at least 3 hours.
Add the pop stick or skewer to the centre of the ball.
I think it is best to poke the stick through at the point where you gathered the cling film.
This way the rough side will be hidden.
Place in the freezer again for about 20 minutes just to harden back up.
Melt the dark chocolate in the microwave until smooth.
Add the toppings of your choice in to separate ramekins so that dipping is less messy.
Dip each banana pop in the dark chocolate and then evenly coat it in the sprinkles or chopped nuts.
Place on greaseproof paper to harden.
If the sticks come out of the banana while dipping, dip the tip of the stick in the melted chocolate and then insert into the already made hole in the banana pop. The chocolate should solidify in seconds and adhere the stick to the banana pop securely.
When ready take them out and display them in a colorful mug or glass. These are perfect for birthday parties, or to have along side classy cocktails with your friends.