Banana choco popsicle

Popsicles are prepared generally with fruits. They attract by their natural colours. kids may not like to have some fruits. To make them have , these popsicles are very good idea. You can use any fruit in hand . I had some over ripe green bananas (moris) . Usually when banana skin become black nobody turns towards it . I wanted to use them without wasting it. Bananas are fully loaded with nutrients which kids need them in their growing age. These popsicles are so yummy , kids favourite and healthy as well. I don’t need to say..picture says it all . If you have such over ripe bananas , you definitely have to try and enjoy it !

⏲PREP TIME : 10 minutes

⏲FREEZE TIME : 12 hours

🍨COURSE : dessert

🍦CUISINE : International

🍌YIELD : 7 popsicles

INGREDIENTS REQUIRED :

Green large bananas – 5 no.

Condensed milk – 100 gm

Hershey’s cocoa powder – 2 tbsp

METHOD :

In a mixer jar add bananas, condensed milk, cocoa powder.

Blend it to a smooth mixture.

Transfer it to popsicle mould.

Refrigerate the popsicles for 12 hours.

Demould the popsicle by inserting a knife along the sides of the mould if required .

Enjoy the yummy banana popsicles !

NOTE :

You can use any banana of your choice.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Arun says:

    Hi Sindhu,
    I have been following your recipes in home baker’s guild. Thanks for sharing such delicacies. I wish I could make them for my son. I will try doing your recipes one by one. Please keep sharing them. I will share with my wife on the recipes too. Amidst all the colourful and fancy cakes in home baker’s guild I truly respect your recipes because it is very natural and easy to prepare.
    Thanks again for sharing home made healthy recipes. I will make them and share the result.
    All the best!!!

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    1. Thank you so much for following my posts. Glad to hear from you .

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