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Frozen Banana and Peanut Butter Recipe

3-Ingredient Healthier Alternative to Ice Cream Sandwiches

Are your bananas browning before you have a chance to eat them? If you're not feeling like turning on the oven for a batch of banana bread, here's a delicious way to use up ripe bananas so they don't go to waste. These frozen nibblers make a much healthier alternative to ice cream, and because they're bite-sized, you can nosh on a little something sweet whenever your sweet-tooth cravings strike.

This decadent-tasting treat is just over 100 calories per five-piece serving and offers 2.8 grams of fiber and 2.4 grams of protein, so you can feel good reaching for an extra nibbler or two. For an added bonus, they are a cinch to whip up, and since you can store them in the freezer, you'll have a go-to healthy dessert whenever your sweet cravings kick into high gear.

Frozen Nutty Banana Nibblers

From Jenny Sugar, POPSUGAR

Ingredients

  1. 5 medium ripe bananas
  2. 1 tbsp. all natural creamy peanut butter
  3. 2 oz. nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt

Directions

  1. Peel one banana and mash it with the peanut butter and yogurt. Set aside.

  1. Peel the other four bananas. Slice into half-inch thick slices. Smear the banana, peanut butter, and yogurt mixture on half the banana slices and top with the other halves, making banana sandwiches. Place on a wooden cutting board or a plate and freeze for at least two hours.

Nutrition

Calories per serving
111

Source: Calorie Count

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