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Frozen Banana Ghost Pop

Halloween is coming and you know what that means, it’s time for some spooky fun treats. These banana ghost pops are perfect for a fun and healthy Halloween treat that the whole family can enjoy. 

Most Halloween treat recipes are full of sugar, and not so healthy so it’s refreshing to find a recipe for one that you can feel good about giving to your kids. 

frozen yogurt banana pops with chocolate chips

Frozen Banana Pops

You will love these banana popsicles that are made to look just like ghosts. They make a perfect Halloween treat to share with family and friends and make a yummy treat for after lunch. 

Frozen bananas are the star ingredient of this ghostly snack. So you know it has some nutritional value unlike candy or other Halloween treats.

This recipe is easy to make, so you may enjoy having your kids get in the kitchen with you to help. Even preschoolers and toddlers could make these with a little bit of direction from an older child or adult. 

How To Make Banana Ghost Pops

Let’s talk about the equipment and ingredients that you will need to make some banana ghost pops at your house. You will need a prepared baking sheet, preferably one that has been lined with parchment paper. You will freeze bananas on your lined baking sheet in the freezer for two to four hours until they are completely frozen and set. 

Now that your baking sheet is ready it is time to cut your bananas. You will need four bananas cut in half. After cutting the bananas you will insert a popsicle stick into the cut end. Once your bananas are on the popsicle sticks you are ready to dip them into plain vanilla yogurt. 

This plain vanilla yogurt is the coating for your frozen banana pops, kind of like a chocolate-dipped frozen banana, but with yogurt instead. 

Once your sliced bananas are coated in the plain vanilla yogurt, put them on your prepared baking sheet, and take three chocolate chips to make the face of your ghost. 

You will need two chocolate chips for the eyes and one for the nose. Now your banana popsicles are ready for the freezer for at least two to four hours so that the yogurt can set. You could easily make these ghost pops in advance and just keep them in the freezer until you are ready to serve them. 

This recipe will make eight banana ghost pops, but you could easily double or triple the recipe if you need more to serve to a crowd. These would make a nice frozen treat for a Halloween get together for kids or adults! 

Not ready to make these Yogurt Ghost Pops? Pin it to your Halloween Snacks board so it’s easy to find when you need it.

Surprise your kids on Halloween morning with a banana for breakfast, a banana ghost pop that is! Your kids will love them and it’s a great way to get a day that will be filled with treats off to a healthy start. These frozen treats are a delicious and healthy way to celebrate the day. 

What do you think, are you going to whip up a batch of these frozen banana pops this Halloween season? 

If you like bananas, yogurt, and chocolate chips you should really give them a try because they are quite tasty, and they look like ghosts! 

Yield: 8 Pops

Frozen Banana Ghost Pop

Frozen Banana Ghost Pop

This healthy Halloween treat will be a hit with the whole family!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 bananas
  • 1 cup vanilla yogurt
  • 24 mini chocolate chips
  • 8 popsicle sticks

Instructions

  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Peel the bananas and remove any strings from the bananas.
  3. Cut each banana in half. 
  4. Insert popsicle stick into flat, cut side of banana.
  5. Dip or roll each banana in yogurt until it's covered.
  6. Lay the yogurt coated banana on parchment paper. 
  7. Place 3 mini chocolate chips point down and flat side out to make the eyes and mouth.
  8. Freeze for 2-4 hours until completely frozen. 
  9. Serve and enjoy!

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