Who doesn’t love frozen treats? I know my family does and that’s why Diana’s Bananas are perfect for us! When the oldest kids were a bit younger, we would cut up their bananas and dip them in chocolate and they loved that for a small snack. When we saw Diana’s Bananas, we went bananas! Instead of buying all the sugary, unhealthy popsicles, my kids can have a healthy frozen snack. My family also loves ice cream so this is a seriously more healthy alternative to that.
We got three different types of bananas to try and I have to say, we loved them all! We got Banana Bites, Milk Chocolate Banana Babies, and Dark Chocolate Banana Babies. Banana Bites are slices of banana dipped in chocolate and frozen. These are the best for my littlest because she doesn’t really like holding the big popsicle stick when she eats it so being able to just put it all in her mouth makes her really happy. It’s also my oldest daughter’s favorite because she has pretty sensitive teeth and gums so she doesn’t have to bite into a whole frozen banana and pop it into her mouth. With the Banana Babies, they’re just a half of a banana on a stick dipped in chocolate and frozen. I really like these because I can easily grab it and I have a healthy snack. These are super delicious and super fun! I know my family loves them and yours will too.
About taken from website: Diana’s Bananas started in the mid-80s, as the delicious result of an inspired whim. There in our booth at The Taste of Chicago, the city’s yearly open-air food fest, we hit upon the idea of freezing a fresh, ripe banana and giving it a bath in delicious chocolatier-grade melted bar chocolate. We each took a bite and passed it around. Our taste buds leapt for joy… and we sprung into action.We sent our team to the local supermarkets and cleaned them out of bananas. Around the clock, we melted chocolate, peeled bananas, inserted sticks, froze the bananas and dunked them in chocolate… oh, and we also sold the living daylights out of them.
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