Every night, after dinner, I get the same question from my five year old, “what’s for dessert mom?”. Occasionally I get by with handing out an apple…but it’s clearly a second or third place choice. First place is always ice cream. I make a lot of banana ice cream. But I wanted to change it up and offer something new and different. Enter these awesome little sandwiches I found on fitsugar.
These are perfect little snacks for kids. My daughter help me make these, but she continually had “accidents” with the batter getting on her finger. So she’d have to lick it off. Amazingly, after I told her she could lick the bowl in the end the “accidents” stopped happening.
This dessert can be made in literally 5 minutes, however, you do have to wait a while for them to freeze! It’s worth it though.
2 ripe bananas
2 heaping tbsp of all natural peanut butter, crunchy or smooth
8 graham crackers rectangles, make sure they are vegan
Peel and slice the bananas and place them in a medium sized bowl.
Add the two tablespoons of peanut butter to the bananas and mash the two together with a fork until smooth and creamy.
Spread out a big sheet of foil and place the graham crackers on it.
Half each graham cracker so the form two pieces.
Take a spoon and spoon out the banana peanut butter mixture onto half of the graham crackers.
Then using the other (empty) half of the graham cracker, place it on top of the banana peanut butter topped cracker to form a sandwich.
Stack them up and wrap them super tightly in foil and freeze for at least 8 hours.
Adapted from Fitsugar
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