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Okay, I messed with this recipe a bit, but it is a terrific idea for bananas! I used a piece of Dove dark chocolate for each banana and wrapped with foil, then baked at 450 degrees for about 10-15 minutes. Unwrapped them, split open the peel, and there was that melted chocolate on a warm banana. Delicious!!! Ate it right out of the peel with a spoon. No whipped cream needed for me. Thank you Miller, for such an easy and goooooood recipe!

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yogi March 06, 2003

We made these in my preschool class. It was so easy! I split open the bananas and then the kids filled them with Chocolate chips and marshmallows. We then wrapped them in foil and cooked them for about 15 minutes. They were soooo good, kinda like banana smores. The other teacher in my class loved them so much she is going to make more tonight for dessert. Thank you so much for the great dessert Millie.

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The Giggle Box September 11, 2003

Did these in the oven. They turned out wonderful! I took mini semi sweet chocolate chips and mixed them w/ some peanut butter and stuck the mixture in the bananas. Turned out real fine and seved them w/ vanilla bean ice cream on the side.

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Shani Banani March 25, 2008

Hope you enjoyed these as I did Miller. I did them two ways. One as written and the other time I melted the chocolate with a tiny bit of cream then stuffed it into the banana in the morning and BBQ'd 'em in the evening. I think I prefer the second way.

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Tebo May 26, 2007
Barbecued Chocolate-Stuffed Bananas