Frozen Banana Pops – My Fussy Eater

A fun snack to make over the summer with kids. Chocolate covered frozen banana pops!

If you’re looking for a fun snack to make with the kids over the summer holidays then check out these Frozen Banana Pops.

A really simple idea but the kids will enjoy making them and eating them too.

Take a banana and chop it into slices.

There’s no exact measurement it needs to be but about the width of the top of your fingers is a good size.

Take a small plastic food skewer and insert into the banana slice.

I used my Pick Sticks as they are the perfect sized skewer to this.

Melt some chocolate. I used milk chocolate but dark or white chocolate will work just as well.

Dip the banana slices into the melted and chocolate to coat them completely.

Lay on a plate or small tray and top with sprinkles.

Pop them into the freezer for 30 minutes to firm up.

Then they’re ready to eat!

It’s best to eat these immediately after removing them from the freezer as the banana will start to deteriorate as it defrosts.

You can make them the night before and keep in the freezer overnight but again I wouldn’t keep them in the freezer for any longer than a day.

If you liked this recipe you may also enjoy my Banana Sushi


Frozen Banana Pops


A fun snack to make over the summer with kids. Chocolate covered frozen banana pops!


  • 1 banana
  • 80g chocolate
  • 1 tbsp sprinkles


  1. Chop the banana into slices roughly about the width of the top of your finger.
  2. Add a small food skewer to each banana.
  3. Melt the chocolate. I find it easiest to do this in a small glass as you get a good depth of chocolate in which to dip the banana.
  4. Dip the banana slices in the melted chocolate until they are full coated and then transfer to a plate.
  5. Add some sprinkles on top.
  6. Freeze for 30 minutes.


These Banana Pops are best eaten immediately after removing from the freezer.

If you want to make them ahead of time you can keep them in the freezer overnight and serve the next day, but I wouldn’t make them any further ahead as the banana will start to deteriorate.

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