Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 0 mins

Frozen banana pops are a snap to make, and taste a lot like ice cream. For extra pizzazz drizzle with chocolate sauce before serving. The recipe calls for using popsicle sticks. If unavailable, the end of each pop can be held in a folded piece of plastic wrap.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 6 small ripe bananas
  • 6 wooden popsicle sticks
  • 6 tablespoons chocolate syrup (optional)


  1. For each pop, insert posicle stick into bottom of one banana, burying 1/2 of stick.
  2. Wrap individually in plastic wrap.
  3. Freeze for minimum 6 hours.
  4. To serve, unwrap and eat like a popsicle.
  5. If desired, lay each banana on a plate and drizzle with a tablespoon of chocolate syrup before serving.
  6. To combat dripping chocolate, hold the pop over the plate while eating.
  7. Frozen banana pops will keep in the freezer tightly wrapped 2-3 weeks.


Most Helpful

My children loved these as small children. You also can roll the Chocolate Covered Banana in chopped nuts for an added treat. My family loves bananas and peanut butter. This also does the trick.

Audrey M August 22, 2005

Very Good and Easy to make. We covered the banana with a low sugar syrup. Next time I am making a chocolate sauce using splenda,then covering the frozen banana with the sauce & letting it freeze, wraping it in plastic as you suggested. Thank you Darrell, for a very tasty treat.

Barb Gertz August 21, 2005

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